The Club Náutico Sevilla this new year has an important novelty in its sailing section. And it is that the Manchón Domínguez family once again defend their flag in the different competitions in which this Spanish saga of windsurfing world champions takes part, which with the two-time Olympian Blanca Manchón at the helm is completed by his brother Curro and his parents, the veterans Paco Manchón and María Antonia Domínguez.
After the Tokyo Olympic cycle, in which they decided to settle competitively in El Puerto de Santa María, the usual venue for their training sessions, the Sevillian sailors have decided to once again defend the interests of their home club, of which they are even Members of Honor both Paco as Blanca.
Under the necklace of Náutico Sevilla they accumulated most of their successes since they started in the world of windsurfing, which is why the Manchón Domínguez family received the Medal of the city of Seville in 2013 in recognition of their unique career.
To date, it included 17 world crowns since the 1980s, as well as an Olympic diploma and silver medal, in the latter case as a coach.
On the way to the Paris Games, the main reference of the Seville saga is Blanca Manchón, who, after obtaining a diploma in Athens 2004 with only 17 years in the Mistral class and at 34 being eleventh in Tokyo in the RS: X class, He is looking for his third Olympic ticket in a new form of tables, the iQFoil. In which his brother Curro also competes, Olympic silver in London 2012 as a coach, a function with which he also went to Tokyo last summer.