The Trofeo S.A.R. Princesa Sofia - MAPFRE is the starting point of the European sailing season every year. The ten Olympic sailing events are joined by the Dragon fleet as invited class. The Dragon was the first class to participate in the most important and international sailing event held in Spain.
Born in honour of the princess of Spain at the time, HM Queen Sofia at present, the first edition was held in 1968. During the first years it was an event reserved for the Dragon class in which Prince Don Juan Carlos participated and was the winner of the 1973 edition. Thanks to the support of the Royal Family, the competition soon began to grow and in 1974 new classes were included by express wish of HM Queen Sofia. Over the past years the event has been placed among the best Olympic classes events of the world and is part of the ISAF Sailing World Cup. The organization, both ashore and at sea, and the welcoming attitude of the 500-plus regatta team and the people of Majorca, make of this event a very special competition for all those competitors that, year after year, visit the island, as well as for the around 150 accredited journalists.
The Majorcan event gathers together every year around one thousand boats and 1,500 competitors, with the top ten of each class, World, European and Olympic champions among them. It is a very competitive regatta at international level and many nations, with Spain among them, select the regatta as trial event for their Olympic teams.
As the third regatta of the ISAF Sailing World Cup, the Trofeo S.A.R. Princesa Sofia - MAPFRE will already begin to see the favourite teams to achieve the final victory of this exciting, innovating world sailing circuit. Winning the regatta is also very appealing: around one thousand teams fight every year to engrave their name on the absolute trophy that is awarded to the best sailor of all classes during the majestic prizegiving ceremony normally presided over the King and Queen of Spain.
With the sponsorship of insurance company MAPFRE for fourth consecutive year, the Trofeo S.A.R. Princesa Sofia - MAPFRE is organised by the Real Federación Española de Vela, Federación Balear de Vela, Real Club Náutico de Palma, Club Nàutic S'Arenal, Club Marítimo San Antonio de la Playa and Escuela de Vela Calanova, with the collaboration of the Govern de les Illes Balears, Palma City Council, Llucmajor City Council, Consell de Mallorca, Port de Balears, Trasmediterránea Acciona, Toyota and Ultramar.
|Fleet racing||2.4 Metre||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Disabled||2.4 Metre||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Men||470||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Women||470||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Open||49er||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Open||Dragon||Overall Results|
|Match racing||Women||Elliott 6m||1||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Open||Finn||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Men||Laser||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Women||Laser Radial||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Men||Star||Overall Results|
|Trofeo SAR Princess Sofia MAPFRE||02 Apr 2011 - 09 Apr 2011|
|Position||Nation||Sail Number||Net Points||Total Points||Crew|
|2||BEL||n/a||Evi Van Acker|
|5||CZE||n/a||Veronika Kozelska Fenclova|
|20||ARG||n/a||Cecilia Carranza Saroli|
|21||MEX||n/a||Tania Elias Calles|
|24||DEN||n/a||Maiken Foght Schütt|
|35||DEN||n/a||Sarah Gunni Toftedal|
|38||FRA||n/a||Mathilde de Kerangat|
|44||ESP||n/a||Patricia Coro Leveque|
|47||NOR||n/a||Ina K. Berentsen Kullmann|
|50||PER||n/a||Paloma Schmidt Gutiérrez|
|59||ESP||n/a||PAULA ESCUDER ZUIL|
|60||ITA||n/a||Laura Marimon Giovannetti|
|62||ESP||n/a||Yolanda Luque González|
|63||ESP||n/a||Sara Diaz Peña|
|65||BRA||n/a||Maria Cristina Knudsen Boabaid|
|70||BEL||n/a||Marie Van Laer|
|72||ESP||n/a||Aina Bauza Roig|
|73||ESP||n/a||Paula Yagüe Isla|
|74||ESP||n/a||Julia Rita Roman|