WingFoil – Final wrap-up of the Mondial du Vent

The Mondial du Vent kicked off with a bang as strong Tramontana winds swept across the competition venue, allowing us to run the competition from sunrise to sunset on the first day. We completed the women’s Surf-Freestyle division, and made it to the men’s finals, but the wind dropped and we were unable to finish the men’s division. As a result, the final results for the men’s Surf-Freestyle saw a joint first place for our two finalists, Alan Fedit and Xavi Corr, and a joint third place for Balz Muller and Axel Gerard.

The rest of the week was met with light winds, which allowed us focus on the Freefly-Slalom discipline. Despite the challenging conditions, we managed to complete two full eliminations for the men and three for the women. It was a true showcase of talent, skill, and perseverance from all the participants, and we couldn’t have been more thrilled with the results.

SURF-FREESTYLE RESULTS

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Men’s Surf-Freestyle:

1st Alan Fedit 🇩🇪 and Xavi Corr 🇪🇸

3rd Balz Muller 🇨🇭 and Axel Gerard 🇫🇷

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Women’s Surf-Freestyle:

1st Bowien van der Linden 🇳🇱

2nd Nia Suardiaz 🇪🇸

3rd Paula Novotna 🇨🇿

FREEFLY-SLALOM RESULTS

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Men’s FreeFly-Slalom:

1st Mathis Ghio 🇫🇷

2nd Bastien Escofet 🇫🇷

3rd Titouan Galea 🇫🇷

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Women’s FreeFly-Slalom:

1st Nia Suardiaz 🇪🇸

2nd Paula Novotna 🇨🇿

3rd Orane Ceris 🇫🇷

COMING UP NEXT – BREST, FRANCE

We are thrilled to announce the next event on our calendar: the GWA Wingfoil European Championship in Brest, France, which will take place from May 3rd to May 8th. The event will feature an open division in two disciplines: Surf-Freestyle and FreeFly-Slalom, and the winners will be crowned the European Champions.

It’s important to note that anyone who is at least 14 years old (birthday on or before December 31st, 2009) can compete and win in this event, regardless of their nationality. However, only athletes with a European passport will be eligible for the European Champion title. The European Championship in Brest is a one-stop championship for the continental titles and will not count towards the World Cup Ranking.

The event offers a prize pool of €12,000, and the top three finishers will receive wildcards for the World Cup. Furthermore, the event will give every competitor points for the Qualifier Series Ranking. To learn more about this exciting event, click the link below.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE EVENT

Words: Gemma Hamaini

Photos: Lukas K Stiller

Video: Mintautas Grigas

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