🏆 2019 IFCA SLALOM YOUTH & WOMEN WORLDS | 24 – 29 JUNE | LA TRANCHE SUR MER, FRANCE
INCL JUNIOR SLALOM CHAMPIONSHIPS
If you want to be the best, you have to do things that other people aren’t willing to do.
La Tranch Sur Mer to host The 2019 IFCA Youth and Women World Championships including the IFCA Slalom Junior Championships from the 24th till the 29th of June. This Championship offers a prize purse of 5.000 Euros for the Women division who will compete beside the Youth Men for the 2019 Slalom World Champion Title.
Jean Pierre Guitton:
The Cercle Nautique Tranchais organizes the world championships in order to promote the practice of Windsurfing in La Tranche Sur Mer and to motivate people to learn this activity in the slalom or wave disciplines. Through these events our objective is to encourage the practice of windsurfing by setting up an international event, gathering some of the best windsurfers in the world.
AUTOMATED LIVE SCORE – ELIMINATION LADDERS – RESULTS
THIS CHAMPIONSHIP IS NON-VALID
With only 1 heat sailed, several others canceled due to the lag of suitable wind, this Championship event came to an end after 5 wonderful days and yet sadly receives the non-valid championship status. No Slalom Youth nor Women World Champion has been crowned…MORE
Morning fog, wind measurements dropping to zero 0.0, Foil race canceled because of too light winds. The tension is high, still all smiles with only one day, one chance and yet another questionable forecast. It will be all or nothing on the final competition day.
Tomorrows skippers meeting is set for 10:00
A long waiting day in La Tranche sur Mer, but a fun and active SUP challenge took place. Some late afternoon breeze showed up with weak winds from 7 to 10 knots. The race committee was prepared but conditions remained unsuitable. A few competitors went out sailing to cool off after a long hot waiting day. Tomorrows skippers meeting is set for 10:00 (everyone fingers crossed)
The Youth Men division managed to sail and complete 1 heat while others were announced canceled due to unsuitable conditions. Turkey’s Ali Maga wins the first heat of the Championship followed by Joel Loties (FRA), Justus Schott (GER),…MORE