The Copa del Rey witnessed one of the toughest battles fought in recent events yesterday with the King of Spain and his Bribon crew trying to fight off a spirited challenge from the Italian Brava Q8, which last night was the new leader of the regatta with the last day's racing being held today. Since the start of the regatta on Wednesday, King Juan Carlos and the Bribon crew dominated the race, but the stage is set for two excellent and exciting final stages today and tomorrow. Yesterday's 20 to 24 knot winds whisked the 100 yachts through the courses and two yachts Codorniú and Terra Mítica were forced to withdraw from the race with damaged sails.


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