🏆 2019 IFCA SLALOM WORLDS | 3 – 10 JUNE | WESTERLAND, SYLT
To be a great champion you must believe you are the best. If you’re not, pretend you are.
This year the IFCA Slalom World Championships will be the sportive highlight of the Multivan Summer Opening on Sylt. The most important slalom event of 2019 will take place in Westerland/Sylt (Germany) from June 3rd to 10th. For the first time ever the Mens Slalom Worlds are combined with the Masters Championships. So the event will be specifically attractive for all those slalom legends who dominated the competitions already 10 or 15 years ago. The IFCA Slalom Worlds offer a prize money of € 10.000,00 but most important the official Slalom World Championship title.
After seven action-packed event days, the Whit Monday “10th of June” on Sylt marked the end of the 2019 IFCA SLALOM WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP at the Multivan Summer Opening. After five completed slalom eliminations in challenging conditions, Frenchman Basile Jacquin (FRA-498) secured the world title in front of Gunnar Asmussen (GER-2) and Vincent Langer (GER-1)….MORE
In the preliminary overall standings, the TOP-5 are extremely close after today’s decision. Only Basile Jacquin has a relatively comfortable lead (4.4 points). He is followed by Damien Cervera in second place ahead of Ingmar Daldorf and Martin Moller Hovda.
Tomorrow is the last day of the 2019 IFCA Slalom Worlds at the Multivan Summer Opening…MORE
Extreme conditions with wind peaks of up to 35 Knots, resulted in the completion of the third slalom elimination on the fifth day of the event. There was a change at the top of the preliminary overall standings, which are now lead by Frenchman Basile Jacquin (FRA-498) who could wind today’s elimination…MORE
The fourth day of the IFCA Slalom World Championships as part of the Multivan Summer Opening initially brought a well-deserved break for the participants. Tomorrow’s Saturday promises perfect conditions for the windsurfing elite with wind up to 35 Knots. Then it will become clear which rider of the current Slalom lead trio, Gunnar Asmussen, Vincent Langer and Damien Cervera (FRA-422) from France, can gain further important points on the way to the IFCA World Slalom Championship.
The third day of the IFCA Slalom World Championships 2019 finally brought the long-awaited wind. With optimal side-shore conditions and wind speeds of up to 20 Knots, two slalom eliminations were completed. At the end of the day, both Gunnar Asmussen..MORE
With hope to get the first races in, the second day of the IFCA Slalom World Championships on Sylt started quite promising with wind speeds of up to 8 to 15 Knots. However, the wind dropped quickly, so unfortunately no official competitions were possible. Time to take a closer look at the two top favorites of the event, Enrico Marotti (CRO-401) from Croatia and Vincent Langer (GER-1) from Kiel:..MORE
Summer, sun and a relaxed atmosphere marked the first day of the IFCA Slalom World Championships, which are held in Westerland on Sylt as part of the Multivan Summer Openings from 3rd to 10th of June. 65 participants from 12 nations have made their way to the German island to fight for the 2019 Slalom World Champion title and a total prize money of 10,000 euros. Only the wind was ..MORE