The mayor of Benidorm receives the local athlete Mariano Cebrián after his participation in the World Cup held in Canada

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The mayor of Benidorm receives the local athlete Mariano Cebrián after his participation in the World Cup held in Canada.
The mayor of Benidorm receives the local athlete Mariano Cebrián after his participation in the World Cup held in Canada.

The mayor of Benidorm, Toni Pérez has received this morning the current champion of Spain Under-16 Laser 4.7 Mariano Cebrián. The athlete, a native of Benidorm, only 14 years old has already a wide list of winners and has received the congratulations of the mayor on behalf of the people of Benidorm for his recent participation in the World Cup in Sailing in the Laser class 4.7 in which he set an excellent performance ranking fourth in the under-16 category, imposing even in some manga.

In Kingston (Canada) Mariano Cebrián has confirmed the best forecasts and has concluded the 2019 World Cup in the Top10 of the U-16 category, becoming the first Spanish athlete to attend this world event after winning the Spain Laser Cup 4.7 held in the Bay of Cádiz last March.

After entering the Gold Group, the male representative of the Benidorm Yacht Club has managed to stand firm and finish fourth in Canada. All this after finally the final test was not held on Friday, due to a total lack of wind in Kingston.

Cebrián has transferred to the mayor that his goal in sport is to participate in the Olympic Games and in the educational field his goal is to study some engineering. Benidorm is a city with a great seafaring tradition that already has a Spanish champion in the Under-16 sailing modality and has been among the best.