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  • November 14, 2022 2 min read

    The Seville - Betis Regatta that was held this past weekend on the Guadalquivir River fulfilled the predictions and the green and white team once again won the victory in the great derby, both in the men's and women's categories.

    Betis asserted its status as favorite and gave no option to the Sevilla team, which was captained by debutant Ignacio Muñoz.

    The Beticos, captained by Antonio Guzmán, knew the importance of the start and from the first moment they put themselves ahead of the white and red boat.

    They attempted several attacks, which the Betics overcame perfectly, maintaining the distance between them of half a boat.

    Already at the curve of the dock, the Nervion wear and tear was noticeable and that was when the green and white team went ahead. But it was not until the Triana Bridge when the Betis gave its final blow and the distance began to become increasingly wider between the boats.

    At the San Telmo Bridge, the significant wear and tear of the Sevillistas and the predominance of the Betic rowers who reached the finish line at the Muelle de las Delicias were already evident, knowing how to read the race very well at all times and proclaiming themselves champions of the Guadalquivir derby. twelve consecutive victories.

    With this new edition, the Beticos are getting closer and closer to the historical record, 30-26, where the Sevillistas continue to be ahead in number of victories.

    And the fifth for the female Betic boat

    If the Betic dominance was palpable in the men's category, the women's Betic boat has not been far behind, winning its fifth consecutive victory in the regatta derby.

    Although the Sevillistas made a good start, initially taking the lead, the green and white team withstood the onslaught, setting their pace which led them to take the lead at the Puente del Cachorro.

    As they crossed the Triana Bridge, the Betica boats had quite an advantage and no matter how much the Sevillistas pushed to reduce the distance, it was of no use since the Betica boat, captained by Paola Alonso de Caso, crossed the finish line with a clear advantage. and winning their fifth consecutive trophy.

    Betis remains ahead in the history with 15-18.

    Aspirants and veterans

    As for the categories of candidates and veterans, both male and female, they generated a lot of expectation among the public due to how close it was at all times.

    So much so that there was a tie in victories for both teams. So the Betic men's boats won their respective events, while the Sevillistas achieved victory in both categories.

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