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GWA Wingfoil World Cup Gran Canaria 2023

Check out what went down as we completed the FreeFly-Slalom discipline with Nia Suardiaz and Titouan Galea taking the wins! You can find out more details about this event right here: https://www.wingfoilworldtour.com/events/gwa-wingfoil-world-cup-gran-canaria-2023/ Edit by Julien Leleu #wingfoilworldtour #gwawingfoil #gwa #wingfoil #gwagrancanaria #GranCanariaWingfoilWorldCup #GranCanaria #GranDestino #GreatDestination #GCIslaEuropeaDelDeporte #GCEuropeanSportIsland #SoMuchToLiveFor #MuchoPorVivir #LatitudDeVida #ElHogardelWindsurf #TheHOMEofWindsurfing Source: Wingfoil World…

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GWA Wingfoil European Championships

For day four in Brest we continued with the FreeFly-Slalom discipline, where Bastien Escofet and Flora Artzner are still leading the rankings. Find out more about this event here: https://www.wingfoilworldtour.com/events/gwa-wingfoil-european-championships-brest-2023/ Footage credits Stefvidéo www.stefvideo.com & Fred Jezequel Westdrone Edit Maxime Poriel www.maximeporiel.fr Source: GWA Wingfoil World Tour

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Final day at the VKWC St. Peter Ording

St. Peter Ording delivered outstanding conditions over the entire 10 days of the Pringles Kitesurf World Cup. The global kitesurfing elite gathered together, completing the full Trials, Freestyle Elimination, and 5 full Slalom Eliminations. With the freestyle already completed by Thursday, the final two days of the VKWC St. Peter Ording were dedicated purely to the slalom racers. The fastest men and women hit the water prepared to show us their pace and power in a fight to cement their positions at the top of the rankings. We saw variable wind conditions for the continuation of the Slalom Discipline. Men’s Elimination 4 began under partly cloudy skies with onshore wind. This was a big contrast to the off shore wind conditions during the previous eliminations, challenging racers with a course full of chop and some moderate waves at the finish. Julien Kerneur (FR/Airush) and Marvin Baumeister (AU/Flysurfer) battled it out and crusied into the final taking 1st and 2nd in Heats 3 and 8! But in the final their rivalry ended in a climactic kite collision that took both riders out of the race! It was Florian Gruber (DE/Ozone), Olly Bridge (GB/North), and Jannis Maus (DE/North) who advanced to the …

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Day Three at the Pringles Kitesurf World Cup 2015

As the third day of Pringles Kitesurf World Cup got underway, the riders prepared their larger kites and got ready for the start of the slalom discipline. The wind was blowing an estimated 14 knots and the sun was shining over the vast beach of St. Peter Ording. The fastest racers entered the water for this first VKWC slalom event of the season. The racing conditions were optimal, and two full eliminations were completed for both the men and women. An outstanding performace was given by many riders, and currently for the overall ranking we have Rolf Van der Vlugt (NED/Airush), Marvin Baumeister (AUS/Flysurfer), Florian Gruber (DE/Ozone) and Elias Ouahmid (MOR/North) in the lead. The women were also on fire, and the current top rankings are Katja Roose (NED/Airush), Annelous Lammerts (NED/Slingshot), Bibiana Magaji (SVK/Core) and Marie Lou Fourre (VEN/Crazyfly). Stef Bridge (GB/North) won the first elimination but unfortunately could not participate in the second elimination as she had to assist one of her sons who had a minor hand cut. Let’s see if she will be able to gain the lost ground on the upcoming eliminations. After a short break, the competition resumed with the start of the Freestyle …

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Day Three at the Pringles Kitesurf World Cup 2015

As the third day of Pringles Kitesurf World Cup got underway, the riders prepared their larger kites and got ready for the start of the slalom discipline. The wind was blowing an estimated 14 knots and the sun was shining over the vast beach of St. Peter Ording. The fastest racers entered the water for this first VKWC slalom event of the season. The racing conditions were optimal, and two full eliminations were completed for both the men and women. An outstanding performace was given by many riders, and currently for the overall ranking we have Rolf Van der Vlugt (NED/Airush), Marvin Baumeister (AUS/Flysurfer), Florian Gruber (DE/Ozone) and Elias Ouahmid (MOR/North) in the lead. The women were also on fire, and the current top rankings are Katja Roose (NED/Airush), Annelous Lammerts (NED/Slingshot), Bibiana Magaji (SVK/Core) and Marie Lou Fourre (VEN/Crazyfly). Stef Bridge (GB/North) won the first elimination but unfortunately could not participate in the second elimination as she had to assist one of her sons who had a minor hand cut. Let’s see if she will be able to gain the lost ground on the upcoming eliminations. After a short break, the competition resumed with the start of the Freestyle …

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