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Sardinia Grand Slam Day 3

At last, the wind has arrived and the kiters’ sails can finally be unfolded. Today is the official start of the Sardinia Grand Slam, the World Kite League finals (organised by the GLEsport with the technical-sports support of the Sporting Club Sardi…

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Sardinia Grand Slam Day 1

The first day of the Sardinia Grand Slam, the World Kite League finals (organised by the GLEsport with the technical-sports support of the Sporting Club Sardinia of Porto Pollo under the aegis of IKA and the support of the Regione Autonoma (Autonomous Region) of Sardinia together with the Department of Tourism and the Municipality of Palau), has unfortunately been compromised by the total absence of the necessary wind to allow the riders to open up their kites and start the heats. While the top international riders and the strongest national athletes took advantage of this to visit Capo d’Orso, Punta Sardegna and the Fortress of Monte Altura, the main draw with the heats was made official. The Freestyle will kick off with an entirely Italian double challenge between the new Italian champion Gabriele Garofalo and the juniors champion Francesco Contini. In heat 21 another Italian challenge between the other Italian champion Gianmaria Coccoluto and Andrea Vicari. On the other hand Milazzo will face the German Hoppe in heat 19 while Klausing will compete against the Slovenian Komocar. Round 1 for the Freestyle of the Sardinia Grand Slam will end with the heats between Corniel and Bridge, Del Rosario and Marcesini, …

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Mario and Winkowska win Freestyle in El Gouna

An early start once again saw riders in the water at 7am, with the forecast dropping around midday this was the best possible chance to complete a full Freestyle draw. Luckily the Forecast was right and riders had a great a great three hours of solid wind on the water. Conditions were almost as good as it gets at the Element Watersports spot with a steady twenty knots and a small wind chop through the event area. The day started slow with a single man heat with only Tonijuan on the water. Martinez suffered an ankle injury the day previous and couldn’t compete. We wish Martinez all the best and hopefully see him on the water again soon! The slow start wasn’t a sign of things to come though as competition in both the Men’s and Women’s Draw was fierce! Round 4 was the losers round and the last chance for all the riders to land themselves a place in the final rounds. Both Tonijuan and Neto joined Val Garat and Cloetens advancing through to round five. In the Women’s draw it was both Taabbel and Novotna both showing a more consistent heat taking out Soloveykina and Whitely respectively. Round …

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