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Aruba’s Ethan Westera: is The New IFCA Slalom World Champion

The final day of the 2017 IFCA Slalom World Championships held at Paal 17 in Texel The Netherlands was the day that anything could still effect the final results of the Championships.

Some competitors had been looking forward to some racing in different conditions to improve results and rankings after the rough long races from the previous day. Unfortunately a weak forecast was predicted and the wind strength been dropping way below the minimum, after the last skippers meeting of the event was held which allowed the Race Committee to call of the event earlier then expected.

Race committee Stats:
Nr of Countries 14
Nr of Competitors 55
Redress: 1
Hearings / Arbitrations: 5
Nr Heats sailed : 72
OCS request : 0

This Championship had it all, from medium to flat conditions to waves and windy conditions. Texel provided great action and competitors had a great event experienced at Paal 17 in Holland.

IFCA Thanks the Dorian Foundation, Paal 17, the Dutch Racing Crew, all the volunteers and the Round Texel Organization for setting up this Championship event.
Congratulations to all participants and to Ethan Westera the 2017 IFCA Slalom World Champion.

The 2017 IFCA Slalom Worlds Podium
1. Ethan Westera ARU 4 | 2017 IFCA Slalom World Champion
2. Cyril Moussilmani FRA 71
3. Jordy Vonk NED 69

Top Youths :
1. Basile Jacquin FRA 498
2. Francesco Scagliola ITA 353
3. Damien Arnoux FRA 848

Top Masters :
1. Cyril Moussilmani FRA 71
2. Andrea Rosati ITA 0
3. Nicolas Warembourg FRA 531

Final Championship Results

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