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    Edith: Ich muss die Anhänge noch mal korrigieren, falsche Fehler, falscher Dateiupload.

    Hallo Leute,


    habe durch fleißiges lesen hier mitbekommen, dass die Neil Pryde Masten unterschiedliche Biegekurven aufweisen. Aktuelle sollen CC sein.


    Hallo,


    da stimmt was nicht.

    Neil Pryde hat keine unterschiedlichen Masten-Biegekurven, sondern schon immer Flextop gehabt und das auch weiterhin.


    Gruß


    Totti

    Ich habe die Umfrage editiert (es gab nur eine Abstimmungs-Möglichkeit).

    Wer sich jetzt mit seiner Bewertung in der falschen Benotung findet, kann sie ändern.

    Ein großer Teil lebt nicht gut in Deutschland? Selbst diejenigen, die faule Säcke waren, nie gearbeitet haben oder sonstwie nichts auf die Kette gebracht haben (ein Großteil der AFD-Wähler :tongue: ) werden dennoch immer vom deutschen Sozialstaat aufgefangen und durchgefüttert (ich schliesse mal echte Kranke aus, natürlich wird auch für die gesorgt) bis an ihr Lebensende. Niemand muss in Deutschland Hunger leiden, auf der Strasse wohnen oder wird ärztlich nicht behandelt. Und komm mir jetzt nicht mit dem Schwachsinn der leergutsammelnden Rentner daher, damit die nicht verhungern müssen.

    Es passt in die heutige Zeit, die Politik für das eigene Versagen verantwortlich zu machen. Niemand ist mehr schuld an dem Verlauf deines Lebens als du selbst. Selbst Gropius Bewohner haben es zu was gebracht, wenn sie es nur wollen.

    Wie Gestrandete in anderen Ländern enden, sogar in Europa, kann jeder sehen, der nicht verblendet durch die Welt geht.


    Wir verlieren uns weg vom eigentlichen Thema...

    Moin,

    Gummikork ist einfach zu verarbeiten, sehr abriebfest und haltbar. Nass iwird der Belag so richtig giftig griffig.

    in 2 mm ist er nicht leiferbar, nur in 2,5 mm. Und dann ist erhalt etwas dicker. Wenn du den verwendest, schildere bitte mal dein Erfahrung.Vieleicht ist das für uns genau die richtige Stärke


    Dann hast du +5mm Holmdurchmesser, wo man vielleicht maximal noch mal 1mm abschleift...

    Genauso ist es und die Mehrheit der Deutschen ist nun mal mit Frau Dr. Merkel zufrieden, denn uns geht es hier verdammt gut. Ein Blick über den Tellerrand in die Nachbarländer spricht Bände, passt aber nicht in einseitig, dumme Denke.

    Erdogan lässt sich nicht abwählen, nur stürzen.


    Da war Gaastra klar HT und F2 CC, passt nicht. Bei einem 40% Gummimast ist es wohl aber eh egal...

    Zur Info (musste ich wegen der Größe splitten):


    Zitat

    Dear Friends

    Please find attached information regarding the future structure of foiling within the PWA in 2019.

    Should you have any questions, then please do not hesitate to contact us.

    Kind regards

    The PWA

    Und wenn die Sachen umsonst wären, never ever in dieses Land mit diesem Diktator.


    Ich glaube kaum, dass die Shops Geschenke machen können. Die haben ihren EK genauso wie hier und bekommen wegen des Kurses keine Rabatte.


    Die mm Angaben beziehen sich bei allen Marken auf den Holmdurchmesser. Da kommen dann insgesamt noch mal 2-3mm bei. Aber durch das leichte V fühlen die sich dünner an.


    Sinnvoll: Ich bin 186cm bei 94kg, fahre meist die normale 28er, also die normale Carbon. Aber nur, weil ich zu geizig bin. :D Ich habe natürlich schon mehrfach die Slim genommen, aber man ist dann damit auch gleich wieder versaut. Ist eine Budgetsache für mich, bei deinen Eckdaten flippst du wahrscheinlich mit einer Slim eh aus.


    Der Belag ist nicht mehr oder weniger empfindlich als bei anderen Marken. War früher vielleicht mal anders, mir selbst ist das nie aufgefallen. Man hat es ja selbst in der Hand. Riggen auf Asphalt ist nie so gut oder hinter sich herziehen über den Boden auch nicht. Die sind aber extrem griffig.


    Auch wenn das jetzt vielleicht wie ein Widerspruch zum vorherigen Absatz daher kommt: Ich habe eine 150er Slim hier mit 2 kleinen Macken im Grip. Liegt daran, dass in einem Karton immer gleich 15 Stück sind. :-(

    Wenn du die haben möchtest, ist die für 650€ bei dir inkl. RDM Adapter.


    Grüße


    Totti

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    Die Zusammenfassung:


    El Médano, Tenerife, continues to prove itself as one of the best and most consistent wave sailing spots in Europe as results were gained in all categories for the 2018 Tenerife PWA World Cup - sponsored by Bruch Boards - which means Tenerife maintains its 100% record since 2011. Over the course of the week El Cabezo showed numerous sides to itself to give the best wave sailors in the world the biggest challenge it could and at the end of an intense week it is Iballa Moreno (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) and Victor Fernandez (Fanatic / Duotone / Shamal Sunglasses) that walk away with those all important victories and both now head up the overall rankings in the Women’s and Men’s, respectively.


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    All the winners


    Women’s


    Iballa Moreno (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) continued her fine record in Tenerife as the reigning world champion claimed victory in the single elimination to complete a superb hat-trick of event victories here. Iballa impressed by landing big backloops, while her wave riding was back on point and she now has destiny in her own hands as she aims for her 5th consecutive world crown.


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    Iballa Moreno


    Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) has proven that she has taken her wave sailing to a new level this year by recording her 3rd straight second place of the season, which keeps Offringa on course to break into the overall top 2 for the first time in her wave career. Offringa consistently landed tweaked pushloops, while impressing with her powerful approach to wave riding.


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    Sarah-Quita Offringa


    Despite Offringa being ultra consistent this year a maiden wave world title is out of the Aruban’s reach for 2018 with Iballa’s two victories making her uncatchable. The only person who can now stop Iballa is her sister Daida Moreno (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) and in order for Daida to deny Iballa she would need to win the final event of the year in Sylt, while also requiring Iballa to finish 3rd or worse. Third place here for Daida definitely wouldn’t have been what the multiple-time world champion was looking for, but she is still in the hunt for her first title since 2013.


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    Daida Moreno


    Elsewhere, Justyna Sniady (Simmer / Simmer Sails / AL360) successfully defender her 4th place from the Single Elimination to record her best result of the season after she reversed the tables from Pozo against Lina Erpenstein (Severne / Severne Sails). Sniady landed some of her biggest backloops in a competition to date, while looking consistent on the wave and she will now be looking forward to Sylt as she aims to better or equal last year’s overall performance - 5th.


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    Justyna Sniady


    Lina Erpenstein finishes outside the top 4 for the first time this season - 5th - which keeps the German 4th in the overall rankings with one event to go. The 21-year-old couldn’t always find the jumps she needed this time around, but she really caught the eye with her wave riding as she continues to progress.


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    Lina Erpenstein


    Steffi Wahl may be a little disappointed to have finished 6th in the end. The German was just seconds away from defeating Erpenstein in the battle for 5th and 6th, but her good friend produced a buzzer beater to end her chances for another year. However, as usual, Wahl impressed with her wave riding as she consistently produced several vert, late hits.


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    Steffi Wahl


    Meanwhile, Arrianne Aukes (Fanatic / Duotone / Maui Ultra Fins) remains 5th in the overall rankings after finishing join 7th here Tenerife alongside Ulrike Hölzl (Goya Windsurfing. Aukes produced some of her best heats to date but will have a tough battle on her hands to keep 5th place with Justyna Sniady being her biggest threat.


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    Arrianne Aukes


    Elsewhere, Maaike Huvermann (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) showed again that with a little bit more training she could soon become a real threat on the PWA Wave World Tour. The Women’s Freestyle Vice-World Champion is already landing stalled forwards and clean backloops while showing she has bags of potential when it comes to wave riding.


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    Maaike Huvemann


    Men’s


    At the start of the week if you’d have told Victor Fernandez (Fanatic / Duotone / Shamal Sunglasses) that he would lead the title race heading into Sylt, then the Spaniard probably wouldn’t have believed you having finished 4th Pozo Izquierdo.


    However, with all 3 of the then top 3 coming into Tenerife - Philip Köster (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) - 5th - Marcilio Browne (Goya Windsurfing) - 6th - and Ricardo Campello (Brunotti Boards / Point-7) - 4th - all faltering slightly, Fernandez seizes initiative of the title race after bouncing back in the best way possible by claiming his first victory of the season - which is also the two-time world champions 3rd victory here in the last 4 years.


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    Victor Fernandez


    Title Race


    In terms of the title race, it now looks like a two-horse race between Victor Fernandez and reigning world champion Philip Köster - with whoever beating who in Sylt likely to walk away from 2018 as the world champion.


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    Philip Köster


    However, Ricardo Campello does still have an outside chance of winning a first wave world title, but in order to do so, Campello would need to win the event while both Fernandez and Köster would have to finish 3rd or worse.


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    Ricardo Campello


    Jaeger Stone (Starboard / Severne / SWOX / Shamal Sunglasses) fought his way back in the Double Elimination to claim his first podium finish since Sylt in 2016. On his way to 2nd place Stone first brought Philip Köster’s come back to an end before also seeing off Ricardo Campello and Adam Lewis (Fanatic /Duotone / SWOX) with one-hand, one-foot backloops and Stone’s explosive style inflicting the damage. Stone’s 2nd place here sees the Australian rise to joint 4th in the overall standings alongside Marcilio Browne - who finished 6th here.


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    Jaeger Stone


    Meanwhile, Adam Lewis walks away from his first podium on the PWA Wave World Tour after producing a brilliant performance with his wave riding, in particular, setting him apart. In the Single Elimination semifinal against Ricardo Campello, Lewis earned the only 10 of the contest, while almost earning a perfect wave score heat after landing sick frontside 3s and demonstrating some of the biggest turns of the competition. 3rd place in Tenerife sees Lewis sitting in 6th place in the overall rankings.


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    Adam Lewis


    Jules Denel (JP / NeilPryde) will be very happy with his week's work after recording his first top 10 finish since 2016 - joint 7th. The Frenchman’s most impressive victory came against local legend Alex Mussolini (RRD / RRD Sails) - who surprisingly only managed a 13th place here, which is the first time Mussolini has finished outside the top 10 here.


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    Jules Denel


    Sharing 7th place is Omar Sanchez (Carbon Art / KA Sail) after the Spaniard produced the comeback of the Double Elimination, which saw Sanchez win 5 heats on the spin against Antoine Albert (Goya Windsurfing), Dario Ojeda (Flikka / Challenger Sails), Josep Pons (Simmer / Simmer Sails) - who retired from the contest through injury, before completing two impressive victories against Alex Mussolini and Marc Paré (Simmer / Simmer Sails) to earn his best result to date on the world tour.


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    Omar Sanchez


    Elsewhere, both Robby Swift (JP / NeilPryde) and Dieter van der Eyken (Severne / Severne Sails) were able to win 4 consecutive heats in the Double Elimination as they fought back into joint 9th for the second contest in a row, which sees them ranked in joint 8th overall alongside Marc Paré. Meanwhile, Leon Jamaer (JP / NeilPryde) secured the final place in the top 10 - also in joint 9th.


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    Robby Swift


    Also a mention for 15-year-old Marino Gil (Goya Windsurfing), who after the first two events is ranked 20th overall having claimed an excellent joint 17th in both Pozo and Tenerife.


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    Marino Gil


    Youth’s


    On Day 2 and 3, the Youth’s also took to the water again and you can find full reports of the action here and here. Congratulations to Alexia Kiefer Quintana (Fanatic / Duotone) - U13 Girl’s Champion - Julia Pasquale (Fanatic / Duotone) - U13 & U20s Champion - Tobias Bjørnaa (Fanatic / Duotone) - U13 Boy’s Champion - Takuma Sugi (Tabou / GA Sails) - U17 Boy’s Champion and Noah Vocker (Fanatic / Duotone / Maui Ultra Fins), who won the U20 Boy’s Division.


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    All the Youth's


    That concludes the Canaries leg of the tour, so the PWA would like to once again thank Dany Bruch (Bruch Boards / Flight Sails / AL360) and his team for all their hard work - we hope to be back again in 2019.


    Where’s Next on the PWA World Tour?


    After a busy month in the Canaries, the PWA World Tour now takes a short break until the end of September when we’ll be coming to you live from Sylt, Germany (28th September - 8th October) for the final event of the season and there’s plenty at stake. The 2018 Mercedes-Benz PWA Super Grand Slam will see the Men’s and Women’s Wave World titles decided as well as the Men’s Freestyle and Slalom World Championships too.


    You can revisit everything that happened in Tenerife — including the live stream, elimination ladders, entry list, images and live ticker simply click HERE and scroll to the bottom of the page.


    Also if you don’t already, follow us on our Social Media Channels:

    - Facebook:@PWAWorldTourWindsurfing

    - Instagram: @pwaworldtour

    - Twitter: @pwaworldtour


    Result 2018 Tenerife PWA World Cup - Women’s Wave


    1st Iballa Moreno (ESP - Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins)

    2nd Sarah-Quita Offringa (ARU - Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins)

    3rd Daida Moreno (ESP - Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins)

    4th Justyna Sniady (POL - Simmer / Simmer Sails / AL360)

    5th Lina Erpenstein (GER - Severne / Severne Sails)

    6th Steffi Wahl (GER - Sailloft Hamburg)

    7th Ulrike Hölzl (AUT - Goya Windsurfing)

    7th Arrianne Aukes (NED - Fanatic / Duotone / Maui Ultra Fins)


    Result 2018 Tenerife PWA World Cup - Men’s Wave


    1st Victor Fernandez (ESP - Fanatic / Duotone / Shamal Sunglasses)

    2nd Jaeger Stone (AUS - Starboard / Severne Sails / SWOX / Shamal Sunglasses)

    3rd Adam Lewis (GBR - Fanatic / Duotone / SWOX)

    4th Ricardo Campello (VEN - Brunotti Boards / Point-7)

    5th Philip Köster (GER - Starboard / Severne Sails / Maui Ultra Fins)

    6th Marcilio Browne (BRA - Goya Windsurfing)

    7th Jules Denel (FRA - JP / NeilPryde)

    7th Omar Sanchez (ESP - Carbon Art / KA Sail)

    9th Robby Swift (GBR - JP / NeilPryde / SWOX)

    9th Dieter van der Eyken (BEL - Severne / Severne Sails)

    9th Marc Paré (ESP - Simmer / Simmer Sails)

    9th Leon Jamaer (GER - JP / NeilPryde)


    Result Girl’s U13+15 - 2018 Tenerife PWA World Cup


    1st Alexia Kiefer Quintana (GER - Fanatic / Duotone)

    2nd Maria Morales (ESP - Goya Windsurfing)


    Result Girl’s U17 - 2018 Tenerife PWA World Cup


    1st Julia Pasquale (ESP - Fanatic / Duotone)

    2nd Alexia Kiefer Quintana (GER - Fanatic / Duotone)

    3rd Mar de Arce (ESP - Loftsails)


    Result Girl’s U20 - 2018 Tenerife PWA World Cup


    1st Julia Pasquale (ESP - Fanatic / Duotone)

    2nd Tessa van der Meer (NED)

    3rd Coraline Foveau (FRA)

    4th Nikki van der Meer (NED)


    Result Boy's U13 - 2018 Tenerife PWA World Cup


    1st Tobias Bjørnaa (DEN - Fanatic / Duotone)

    2nd Carlos Kiefer Quintana (GER - Fanatic / Duotone)

    Result Boy’s U17 - 2018 Tenerife PWA World Cup

    1st Takuma Sugi (JPN - Tabou / GA Sails)

    2nd Marino Gil (ESP - Goya Windsurfing)

    3rd José Casanova (ESP - Fanatic / Duotone)

    4th Adrian Artiles (ESP - Goya Windsurfing / Simmer Sails)


    Result Boy’s U20 - 2018 Tenerife PWA World Cup


    1st Noah Vocker (FRA - Fanatic / Duotone / Maui Ultra Fins)

    2nd Valentino Pasquale (ESP - Fanatic / Duotone)

    3rd Baptiste Cloarec (FRA - Severne / Severne Sails)

    4th Adam Warchol (POL - Quatro / Goya Windsurfing)

    Es wurden ja nicht mal die Maße von Larry Tuttle seinerzeit übernommen, lediglich der Name.

    Dass sich die Industrie auf einen Standard einigen wird, werden wir nicht mehr erleben.

    Da kommt eher noch viel mehr Unsinn zusammen...


    Hi,


    derzeit nur fabrikneu und nur Whiteline und Blueline, Redline kommen erst Anfang September wieder rein.

    Zu den neuen Blueline sei gesagt, dass die einen kleinen falschen Fehler haben. Der Aufdruck lautet auf 75% Blueline.

    De facto haben die aber 80%, das betrifft nur die ganz neuen Masten aus der 2018er Produktion von IMAC.


    Grüße


    Totti


    Preis: Klar, da geht immer gerne was mehr für produktive User. :-)