🏆 2019 IFCA JUNIOR, YOUTH & MASTERS SLALOM EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS | 1 – 6 SEP | ALACATI, CESME, TURKEY
“I tell the kids, somebody’s gotta win, somebody’s gotta lose. Just don’t fight about it. Just try to get better.
Alacati is located on the Cesme Peninsula, the westernmost point of Turkey in the Aegean Sea. It is 12 kilometers away from Cesme, a well-known holiday town that is famous for its thermal waters, clean white beaches and its vast holiday options. Alacati, overshadowed by Cesme until recent years, is quickly becoming one of the most popular holiday places for windsurfers who visit Alacati Bay to enjoy its constant wind, nice waves and surf schools.
Cagla Kubat: Windsurfing has been a huge part of Cagla’s life. Her love for the sport has been an inspiration to all aspects of her life. She has been known as a television personality, an actress, a model, a beauty queen, an engineer, and as a champion windsurfer. In her heart and soul she is simply a windsurfer. It is now her desire to help bring more people into the sport of windsurfing and share in the joy and adventure she has experienced. The Cagla Kubat Windsurf Academy has been founded to share her love for the sport, to inspire healthy living, and enjoy the beautiful conditions that the nature of Turkey has to offer.
EVENT LIVES SCORE AND RESULT PAGES
ANNOUNCEMENT: RACING WITH THE NEW STARTING SCHEDULE TODAY
The light winds caused for lots of cancellations of heats, and some difficult racing situations in winds from 10 to 12, and at sometimes 11 to 14 knots. The Juniors, Youths and Girls managed to accomplished yet a few more rounds of racing while it was the masters who suffered with multiple cancellations of the A final throughout the entire afternoon… ...MORE
Day 3 yet another day with light racing conditions enough to get some action going as top ranks shuffle across the Junior, Youth and Masters divisions. It was high tension today with several OCS, Protest hearings and General recalls making the light conditions exciting for spectators, the race officials and in some occasions time consuming for the jury members.. ...MORE
Fabienne Hoogendam from Holland and Italy’s Francesco Scagliola dominate Youth divisions after 2 racing days. The light to medium wind conditions spices up the Masters and Juniors divisions, causing for close battles action and crowded first mark rounding on the second competition day. ...MORE
The local medium wind specialist Bora Kozanoglu takes the first victory in the Masters division.
Aruba’s Carmen Geelkens (Youth Girls Division) and Turkey’s Aylin Ozay (Junior Girls Division) take on the lead after 1 accomplished race in today’s tricky conditions...MORE