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    ich rechne eher mit der Billigvariante wie bei F2

    Wie meinst du das?

    F2 wurde seitens Boards and More m.W. ohne wenn und aber gänzlich ordentlich verkauft und bei North geht es offenbar "nur" um Namens-Lizenzen, die als Last erkannt wurden.

    Was Bernd Flügel letztlich daraus gemacht, ist halt das, was man jetzt bei F2 hat.

    Unter B+M wäre das nicht so gekommen (nach aussen).

    Unberücksichtigt lasse ich mal die Rentabilität von F2 zu B+M Zeiten, dazu weiss man nichts (analog zum Kaufpreis. Da wäre Herr Zwettkoff der Ansprechpartner, der wird aber sicherlich auch nichts sagen, wozu auch? F2 interessiert kaum mehr jemanden und das ist Jahre her).

    Das war der gestrige Tag 5:


    The wind eased slightly on Day 5 of the 2018 Viana PWA World Cup, but that still saw the Women’s Freestyle fleet reaching for 4.0-4.4, while the slalom fleets were generally on 5.6-7m between the Men and Women. Delphine Cousin Questel (Starboard / S2Maui) and Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) have cemented their place at the top of rankings in Slalom and Freestyle respectively, while Antoine Albeau (RRD / NeilPryde) is firmly back in contention for the Slalom event title after winning his 4th race in 7 eliminations.


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    Women's Finalists Lineup


    Freestyle


    Women’s


    Sarah-Quita Offringa successfully defended her Single Elimination crown for the second time this week to remain undefeated so far and it looks as though she will make the perfect start to the season in her quest to win an incredible 11th PWA Freestyle World Championship.


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    Sarah-Quita Offringa


    In the semifinals, Offringa will have seen Oda Johanne’s (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) almost faultless performance, which saw the Norwegian only register one failed attempt when initiating a move to post a heat score of 115.7 points to defeat Maaike Huvermann (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins).


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    Oda Johanne


    Offringa came flying out of the blocks though as she opened with a super stylish one-handed double spock before adding a planing forward loop, massive one-handed burner off of a ramp, regular kono and an explosive culo to defend her top spot, while Johanne didn’t quite reach the same heights in the final.


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    Oda Johanne


    Maaike Huvermann (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) regained her composure as she put together her usual stylish and flowing performance to earn 3rd place,


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    Maaike Huvermann


    While Arrianne Aukes (Fanatic / NorthSails / Maui Ultra Fins) remains in 4th place after bringing Johanna Rümenapp (I-99 / GunSails / Maui Ultra Fins) comeback to an end with an assured display in Heat 48.


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    Arrianne Aukes


    Meanwhile, despite going down to Aukes, Rümenapp can still be happy with her day's work after fighting back to 5th place in the second Double Elimination.


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    Johanna Rümenapp


    Slalom


    Women’s


    Delphine Cousin (Starboard / S2Maui) took another massive step towards world title No.3 today as she led from start to finish in Elimination 7 to claim her 4th bullet of the event to cement her name at the top of the event rankings. Cousin Questel ends day 5 with a 4.4 point advantage over Sarah-Quita Offringa, while she holds a huge 11.2 point cushion over Lena Erdil (Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins, so it would take a series of unbelievably bad luck or a catastrophic loss in form from herself and Offringa to be denied her 3rd world crown as a top 2 finish or better guarantees her the title.


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    Delphine Cousin Questel moves ever closer to Slalom World title No.3


    Offringa sailed solidly again to take home second place, while Marion Mortefon’s (Fanatic / NorthSails) second 3rd place of the event sees the 26-year-old rise one place to 4th. That result puts Mortefon firmly in contention for the event podium as she now trails Lena Erdil by just 0.7 of a point, but more crucially Mortefon climbs above Maëlle Guilbaud (FRA - Patrik / Loftsails) - who is 5th - and is now firmly on course to earn her place on the overall podium for the second consecutive season.


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    Marion Mortefon


    Erdil remains 3rd, but her podium position is a risk after a mini slump in form - finishing 6th and 7th in the last two races, which is quite unusual for her.


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    Lena Erdil


    At the start of the day - Lilou Granier (Starboard / Severne) - had the opportunity to bring herself into contention to challenge for the podium if she could maintain her excellent run of form, which had seen her record two 2nd places and a 4th from the previous 3 races, but unfortunately the 17-year-old fell at the first hurdle today as she was eliminated in the semifinals. Granier then won the b-final but remains in 6th place.


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    Lilou Granier


    Men’s


    With the second discard coming into play after the completion of Elimination 7 - Matteo Iachino (Starboard / Severne / Shamal Sunglasses) - has seen his lead at the top of the event rankings eroded to from 8.7 points, at the start of the day, to just 0.4 of a point at the close of play after Antoine Albeau (RRD / NeilPryde), who opted for 7.8m and medium board - recorded back-to-back bullets by claiming a decisive victory in Elimination 7, which was his 4th victory in 7 races. The race for the event title is now poised on a knife-edge.


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    Antoine Albeau celebrates bullet No.4


    Iachino hadn’t put a foot wrong up to now and another Winners’ Final certainly can’t go down as a bad result, but the Italian said that today was his first real mistake of the event after taking too smaller sail for the final. Iachino still looked to be in contention at the first mark, but then struggled to get away with the wind becoming flukey during the early evening and then dropped his gybe at the second to finish 7th - a result which he instantly discards.


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    Matteo Iachino


    With the conditions becoming a little bit tricky during the evening Pierre Mortefon (Fanatic / NorthSails / Chopper Fins) opted to come back to the beach during the countdown sequence of the Winners’ Final after fellow countryman - Alexandre Cousin (Patrik / GA Sails / Chopper Fins) - was disqualified for a premature start. At one point it looked as though Mortefon may then be late for the green flag, but he timed it perfectly and his decision to change fin paid off handsomely as he earned his second best result of the week - 3rd - which cements his place in the top 3.


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    Pierre Mortefon


    Mortefon now holds a 13 point advantage over Julien Quentel (Patrik / Avanti), who rises two places to 4th. The man from Saint Maarten made a slightly sluggish start to the event but has been in top form for the last 3 races - finishing 2nd, 3rd and 5th.


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    Julien Quentel leads the way


    Ben van der Steen (I-99 / Gun Sails) had fallen to 7th place this time yesterday, but reestablishes himself in the top 5 after claiming 4th place today, while Cedric Bordes (Tabou / GA Sails) falls a further two places to 6th after being eliminated in the quarterfinals as Cousin flew down the final reach to snatch the last qualifying position into the semis.


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    Ben van der Steen


    Meanwhile, Pascal Toselli (JP / Loftsails / Chopper Fins) also drops a couple of positions to 7th. The Frenchman was second in the second semifinal as the pack approached the opening buoy, but dropped his gybe to miss out on the Winners’ Final and eventually finished 16th for the elimination.


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    Pascal Toselli


    The top 10 is completed by Antoine Questel (Starboard / S2Maui), who climbs to 8th from 10th after his best result of the event in Elimination 7 - 2nd. Jordy Vonk (Fanatic / NorthSails) remains in 9th place after finishing 6th today and Ross Williams (Tabou / GA Sails / Shamal Sunglasses) in 10th after an 11th in Elimination 7.


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    Antoine Questel


    The forecast for tomorrow looks much lighter with ‘just’ 12-16 knots predicted at 4pm compared to just 15-21 knots today. However, with clear skies and the gradient wind still coming from the north-northwest that can easily equate into a sixth consecutive windy day. The skippers’ meeting for the Freestyle and Slalom has been called for 11am with the action commencing from 11:30am (GMT+1) onwards.


    You can stay up to date with all the latest developments from Portugal - including the live stream, elimination ladders, entry list, images and live ticker simply by clicking HERE and scrolling to the bottom of the page.


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    Current Ranking 2018 Viana PWA World Cup - Women’s Slalom
    *After Seven Eliminations


    1st Delphine Cousin Questel (FRA - Starboard / S2Maui)

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

    3rd Lena Erdil (TUR - Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins)

    4th Marion Mortefon (FRA - Fanatic / NorthSails)

    5th Maëlle Guilbaud (FRA - Patrik / Loftsails)


    Current Ranking 2018 Viana PWA World Cup - Men’s Slalom
    *After Seven Eliminations


    1st Matteo Iachino (ITA - Starboard / Severne / Shamal Sunglasses)

    2nd Antoine Albeau (FRA - RRD / NeilPryde)

    3rd Pierre Mortefon (FRA - Fanatic / NorthSails / Chopper Fins)

    4th Julien Quentel (SXM - Patrik / Avanti)

    5th Ben van der Steen (NED - I-99 / Gun Sails)

    6th Cedric Bordes (FRA - Tabou / GA Sails)

    7th Pascal Toselli (FRA - JP / Loftsails / Chopper Fins)

    8th Antoine Questel (FRA - Starboard / S2Maui)

    9th Jordy Vonk (NED - Fanatic / NorthSails)

    10th Ross Williams (GBR - Tabou / GA Sails / Shamal Sunglasses)


    Result Double Elimination I - 2018 Viana PWA World Cup - Women’s Freestyle


    1st Sarah-Quita Offringa (ARU - Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins)

    2nd Maaike Huvermann (NED - Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins)

    3rd Oda Johanne (NOR - Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins)

    4th Arrianne Aukes (NED - Fanatic / NorthSails / Maui Ultra Fins)

    5th Lena Erdil (TUR - Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins)


    Result Double Elimination II - 2018 Viana PWA World Cup - Women’s Freestyle


    1st Sarah-Quita Offringa (ARU - Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins)

    2nd Oda Johanne (NOR - Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins)

    3rd Maaike Huvermann (NED - Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins)

    4th Arrianne Aukes (NED - Fanatic / NorthSails / Maui Ultra Fins)

    5th Johanna Rümenapp (GER - I-99 / GunSails / Maui Ultra Fins)

    Hi,


    zuerst ist der Mast da, um den herum schneidert der Segelmacher das Segel. Also ist immer der Mast der beste Mast, auf dem das Segel entwickelt wurde.

    Ich glaube, dass es ein Rotationsproblemchen der Camber geben wird. Die Severne Masten sind "schlanker" geworden, praktisch dropshape-mässig.

    Probiert habe ich es nicht.


    Gruß


    Totti

    Das Kernproblem ist, wenn entschieden, überhaupt das passende Foil bekommen zu können. Die Lagersituation ist eher bescheiden.

    Für mich ist derzeit der Starboard GT Foil der Favorit. Tiesda hat seit Jahren eine extrem aufwändige Entwicklungsarbeit betrieben und das Ergebnis ist echt topp.


    Grüße


    Totti

    ein österreicher hat daraus ein boot fürs micro- transat gebaut


    Das ist mir bekannt und durch einen Bericht darüber bin ich auf das Thema gestossen und finde es durchaus interessant...

    Ist vielleicht umweltverträglicher? Oder ist da eher das Harz der Spielverderber?

    Logo, darum geht es, Plastik/Kunststoffe zu reduzieren und möglichst irgendwann ganz darauf zu verzichten, auch wenn es heute schon zu spät ist.

    Es gibt ja auch lösungsmittelfreie Harze und damit einen voll recycelbaren Artikel.


    Für den Board- und Finnenbau vielleicht? Wenn die Vulkanfaser zwischen Glas und Carbon einzuordnen ist, ist das doch mal mehr als ein Versuch wert.

    Zumal Vulkanfaser annähernd so leicht sein soll wie Carbon.


    Wie sind die Kosten und wo kann man Vulkanfaser beziehen?

    Moin,

    hat jemand schon mal mit Vulkanfaser experimentiert?

    Ist halt ein völlig natürlicher Werkstoff, welcher aus erkalteter und gemahlener und wieder erhitzter Magma zu Fasern extrahiert wird.

    Sehr leicht, jedoch offenbar weniger zugfest.


    Grüße


    Totti

    Tag 4:


    It’s difficult to know quite where to begin at the end of Day 4 as the 2018 Viana PWA World Cup continues to provide incredible conditions - for not just one but two disciplines. For the third successive day, the wind machine in Viana do Castelo absolutely cranked with winds gusting above 40 knots creating a competition environment you simply couldn’t keep your eyes off… firstly with the second installment of freestyle and then more frantic slalom.


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    Sarah-Quita Offringa explodes into action


    Freestyle


    Single Elimination II - Women’s


    Today witnessed the highest level of Women’s Freestyle ever seen on PWA World Tour as the top female sailors on the globe took full advantage of the idyllic conditions - small kickers on the inside and flat water in between the ramps - to deliver a powerful and dynamic display - consisting of an impressive repertoire of jumps, sliding manoeuvres and the latest power moves as the women truly showed what they are capable of…


    Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) faced Oda Johanne (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) in a repeat of the first Single Elimination final after the Norwegian defeated Maaike Huvermann (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) in the semifinals with a strong display and she continued that form into the final.


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    Oda Johanne


    Johanne pushed Offringa all the way as she excelled in the Jeri-esque conditions to land a backloop and a sick skopu to challenge the Aruban for the top spot on the podium… however, Offringa was at her formidable best, despite the wind dropping slightly in the final, as the 10-time Freestyle World Champion continued to impress… landing a powerful burner, regular kono and a textbook one-handed double spock to keep Johanne at bay. Offringa remains in control for the event title, while Johanne has given herself a great chance of moving into 2nd place in the opening event of the season.


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    Offringa lays down the moves


    Vice-world champion - Maaike Huvermann - looked to be in great form in her opening heat of the day against Mio Anayama (Starboard / S2Maui) as she posted a heat total of 116 points. However, at the start of the semifinal against Johanne, the 20-year-old let a boat, which was clearing kitesurfers out of the contest area badly affect her mental state and as a result lost her style, focus and flow. Huvermann still finished 3rd after defeating Arrianne Aukes (Fanatic / NorthSails / Maui Ultra Fins) in the battle for 3rd and 4th, but must now find a way to mentally reset heading into tomorrow.


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    Maaike Huvermann


    Slalom


    After the completion of the Women’s Single Elimination II the world’s fastest sailors returned to action during the afternoon, just in time for the wind to go nuclear as gusts over 45 knots and an increase in swell rattled through the bay to send everyone reaching for their smallest gear. In some heats, things became something of a battle of survival before the wind dropped slightly and became gustier during the early evening.


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    Wavy Slalom


    Women’s


    Delphine Cousin Questel (Starboard / S2Maui) saw her lead slightly reduced yesterday, but the 26-year-old has increased her advantage again - to 4.3 points - at the end of day 4 after recording her 3rd bullet of the week in Elimination 5, which means she remains firmly on course to collect world title No.3.


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    Delphine Cousin Questel


    Sarah-Quita Offringa remains Cousin Questel’s closest rival and is still just about in touch after recovering from an 8th place in Elimination 5 - when crashing on the opening reach - by winning a hard-fought final in Elimination 6 as she just held off the searing challenge of Lilou Granier (Starboard / Severne).


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    Sarah-Quita Offringa


    The women’s top 5 remain unchanged from the start of the day with Lena Erdil (Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins) - 3rd - Maëlle Guilbaud (Patrik / Loftsails) - 4th - and Marion Mortefon (Fanatic / NorthSails) - 5th). Erdil could’ve been in contention for a 2nd place, but crashed her opening gybe when leading the last race of the day and had to settle for 7th.


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    Lena Erdil


    Meanwhile, Lilou Granier rises into 6th place after a superb day which saw the 17-year-old earn two brilliant second places and if she can continue that red-hot form then she has a legitimate chance of earning a maiden podium with the second discard to come.


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    Lilou Granier


    Fellow New Caledonian - Océane Lescadieu (NeilPryde) - also deserves a mention for somehow hanging onto a 6.4m for the entire afternoon, while the majority of the guys were on smaller. The 22-year-old was prominently placed in several races, but then understandably became overpowered at gybe marks to miss out on the Winners’ Finals.


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    Océane Lescadieu


    The PWA would also like to wish Sarah Jackson (RRD / Maui Ultra Fins) all the best after the 20-year-old was taken to hospital during the afternoon - the extent/seriousness of her injuries are not yet known, but we wish her a speedy and successful recovery.


    Men’s


    After 6 eliminations the big top 3 - Matteo Iachino (Starboard / Severne / Shamal Sunglasses), Antoine Albeau (RRD / NeilPryde) and Pierre Mortefon (Fanatic / NorthSails / Chopper Fins) - have once again established themselves in the top positions.


    However, it is Iachino who is now in total control of the event after another sensational day. The 2016 world champion produced a superb overtaking manoeuvre in the Winners’ Final of Elimination 5 to overtake then leader - Arnon Dagan (RRD / NeilPryde) - as the Italian struck for his second bullet in 3 races, before claiming 2nd in Elimination 6 to open up an 8.7 point lead. Iachino’s performance up to now has been nothing short of exceptional - qualifying for every Winners’ Final and only finishing outside the top 3 once in that time. That means after 6 eliminations Iachino holds counting results of 1st, 1st, 2nd, 2nd and a 3rd.


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    Matteo Iachino


    Antoine Albeau remains in second place. AA was eliminated from Elimination 5 in the quarterfinals after a very uncharacteristic set of blunders in Heat 12, which saw the 24-time world champion drop an unheard of 3 out of the 4 gybes. Albeau then rode his luck to make the Winners’ Final of Elimination 6, but took full advantage of that luck by sealing his 3rd bullet of the event.


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    Antoine Albeau


    Pierre Mortefon moves into the top 3 for the first time this event after enjoying his best day of the week so far as the Frenchman claimed two 4th place finishes. The French continue to dominate the slalom scene at the moment with 5 of the top 10 sailors being from France - Albeau (2nd), Mortefon (3rd), Cedric Bordes (Tabou / GA Sails), who falls once place to 4th, Pascal Toselli (JP / Loftsails/ Chopper Fins), who climbs a further place to 5th and Antoine Questel (Starboard / S2Maui) - who completes the top 10.


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    Pierre Mortefon


    Elsewhere, Julien Quentel (Patrik / Avanti) revelled in the sometimes wavy slalom conditions as he too enjoyed by far his best day of the event. The 32-year-old chased home Matteo Iachino in Elimination 5 to finish 2nd before claiming an excellent 3rd in Elimination 6, which sees Quentel rise to 6th, which means Ben van der Steen (I-99 / Gun Sails) falls a couple of places to 7th.


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    Julien Quentel


    Having failed to make it past the quarterfinal stage in any of the first 3 races here - Ross Williams (Tabou / GA Sails / Shamals Sunglasses) - has produced a miraculous recovery since then. The Brit qualified for his first Winners’ Final of the week yesterday where he finished 6th, while he was bang on the money again today as he qualified for both WInners’ Finals. At the end of Day 2 Williams was ranked 24th, but after digging deep, when it could’ve been easy to throw in the towel, and finding a renewal in confidence and seemingly rediscovering his speed the 38-year-old has broken back into the top 10 - 8th at the close of day 4.


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    Ross Williams


    Jordy Vonk (Fanatic / NorthSails) remains in the top 10 - 9th - but had a day to forget after two quarterfinal exits. The second of which came in Heat 9 of Elimination 6, which saw 6 out of the sailors disqualified for premature starts.


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    Jordy Vonk


    Elsewhere, Malte Reuscher (Fanatic / NorthSails) moves into 11th place from 20th after performing brilliantly in the howling winds - finishing 10th and 5th today,


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    Malte Reuscher in the mix


    While Bruno Martini (RRD / Point-7 / AL360) enjoyed his best day of the season after securing 5th place in Elimination 5, and 14th in Elimination 6. However, things could’ve been a lot better as the Italian was leading the semifinal of race 6 before dropping his gybe and then was extremely unlucky to suffer a broken mast just minutes before the b-final. There are plenty of positives for the 24-year-old to take out of today.


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    Bruno Martini


    Diony Guadagnino (AHD / Loftsails) qualified for his first Winners’ Final of the event today after knocking on the door in the prior days. The Venezuelan claimed 6th in Elimination 5, while Sebastian Koerdel (Starboard / GA Sails) also booked his place in Heat 16 for the first time in Portugal.


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    Diony Guadagnino


    The wind and waves look set to continue tomorrow and based on the current WindGuru forecast the wind could easily each in excess of 40 knots again in the gusts, while the swell period and size is expected to increase as well. If tomorrow proves to be anything like today then it promises to be an absolute corker and you’ll be able to see it all live by tuning into www.pwaworldtour.com.


    You can stay up to date with all the latest developments from Portugal - including the live stream, elimination ladders, entry list, images and live ticker simply by clicking HERE and scrolling to the bottom of the page.


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

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    Current Ranking 2018 Viana PWA World Cup - Women’s Slalom
    *After Six Eliminations


    1st Delphine Cousin Questel (FRA - Starboard / S2Maui)

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

    3rd Lena Erdil (TUR - Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins)

    4th Maëlle Guilbaud (FRA - Patrik / Loftsails)

    5th Marion Mortefon (FRA - Fanatic / NorthSails)


    Current Ranking 2018 Viana PWA World Cup - Men’s Slalom
    *After Six Eliminations


    1st Matteo Iachino (ITA - Starboard / Severne / Shamal Sunglasses)

    2nd Antoine Albeau (FRA - RRD / NeilPryde)

    3rd Pierre Mortefon (FRA - Fanatic / NorthSails / Chopper Fins)

    4th Cedric Bordes (FRA - Tabou / GA Sails)

    5th Pascal Toselli (FRA - JP / Loftsails / Chopper Fins)

    6th Julien Quentel (SXM - Patrik / Avanti)

    7th Ben van der Steen (NED - I-99 / Gun Sails)

    8th Ross Williams (GBR - Tabou / GA Sails / Shamal Sunglasses)

    9th Jordy Vonk (NED - Fanatic / NorthSails)

    10th Antoine Questel (FRA - Starboard / S2Maui)


    Result Double Elimination I - 2018 Viana PWA World Cup - Women’s Freestyle


    1st Sarah-Quita Offringa (ARU - Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins)

    2nd Maaike Huvermann (NED - Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins)

    3rd Oda Johanne (NOR - Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins)

    4th Arrianne Aukes (NED - Fanatic / NorthSails / Maui Ultra Fins)

    5th Lena Erdil (TUR - Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins)


    Result Single Elimination II - 2018 Viana PWA World Cup - Women’s Freestyle


    1st Sarah-Quita Offringa (ARU - Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins)

    2nd Oda Johanne (NOR - Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins)

    3rd Maaike Huvermann (NED - Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins)

    4th Arrianne Aukes (NED - Fanatic / NorthSails / Maui Ultra Fins)

    5th Lena Erdil (TUR - Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins)


    Vom 22. bis 24. Juni 2018 wird es in Zinnowitz sportlich hoch hergehen. Nach zwei erfolgreichen Veranstaltungen auf Sylt und in Grömitz, wird der dritte Tourstopp des Multivan Windsurf Cups nun in Zinnowitz auf Usedom ausgetragen. Die höchste nationale Serie lockt die besten deutschen Windsurfer nach Usedom, wo sie um wichtige Punkte für die Rangliste kämpfen werden.



    "Wir freuen uns sehr mit dem Ostseebad Zinnowitz auf Usedom einen neuen Tourstopp für den Multivan Windsurf Cup gefunden zu haben. Die Wettfahrten der deutschen Windsurf-Elite sind bereits an vielen Stränden von Nord- und Ostsee ein fester Programmpunkt in der Sommersaison geworden. Mit diesem Event wollen wir nun auch den Zuschauern an der Küste von Zinnowitz das Windsurfen näher bringen. Direkt von der Seebrücke aus können die Zuschauer spannende Wettfahrten auf dem Wasser beobachten", so Matthias Regber (Choppy Water GmbH).



    Bei den bisherigen Tourstopps haben sich stets drei Fahrer an der Spitze ein Kopf an Kopf Rennen geliefert. Momentan führend in der Disziplin Slalom ist der amtierende Europameister Vincent Langer (GER-1), gefolgt von Gunnar Asmussen (GER-2) und Nico Prien (GER-7). In der Disziplin Racing ist die Reihenfolge genau umgekehrt. Hier führt Prien, der Jüngste der drei Favoriten das Feld an. Der zweite Platz wird abermals von dem Flensburger Asmussen besetzt und der amtierende Weltmeister Langer belegt einen für ihn eher ungewöhnlichen dritten Platz.



    Aktuell hat der Schönberger Prien im Racing die Nase vorn. Man merkt ihm an, dass er sich die letzten Monate intensiv auf die Foilwettkämpfe des Multivan Windsurf Cups vorbereitet und jede freie Minute auf dem Wasser verbracht hat. Auch Gunnar Asmussen hat hart trainiert und will am Ende der Saison als klarer Sieger auf dem Podium stehen. Langer wird seine Titel aber sicher nicht unverteidigt lassen und so weiterhin alles geben, um an seinen Kontrahenten vorbeizuziehen. Es wird spannend auf den Gewässern vor Usedom!



    Der Multivan Windsurf Cup bietet seinen Besuchern neben der sportlichen Action auf dem Wasser zusätzlich ein abwechslungsreiches Rahmenprogramm an Land. Hier ist für jeden etwas dabei. An den verschiedensten Ständen kann geschlemmt und geshoppt werden. Die Canon Academy hat einen eigenen Stand, an der die Besucher kostenlos hochwertige Kameras ausleihen und jede Menge Know-How im Bereich Sportfotografie sammeln können. Die Abende auf der Promenade werden durch ein abwechslungsreiches Bandprogramm abgerundet und laden sowohl zum Entspannen und Zusehen als auch zum Feiern und Tanzen ein.

    wenn alte Strukturen und Abhängigkeiten verändert werden und damit auch der Kunde von neuen Ideen langfristig profitieren.

    Ohne dass Interview zu kennen: Aber genau das Gegenteil wurde immer als Vorteil dargestellt. Man könne in vielen Dingen auf das Knowhow von North-Sails Yachting zurück greifen und hat das auch getan. Siehe 3D Segel damals, kürzlich erneut das Engagement usw. Da gibt es viele Dinge, die sich finden liessen.

    Ja, für 2019 ist die Registrierung möglich. Für 2018 nicht mehr. Die Meldefristen der Marken für PWA sind im Forum mehrfach zu finden, das Thema ist ja nicht neu.