8 maggio 2013 fino a 12 maggio 2013
Per coloro interessati al Mondiale Slalom che si terrà a Sylt (Germania) dal 8 Maggio al 12 Maggio 2013 inoltriamo comunicato ufficiale.
The IFCA Slalom Worlds 2013 will take place in Westerland on the island of Sylt (Germany) from May 8th to 12th – one of the highlights of the Rollei Summer Opening.
In addition to the discipline of slalom the event features also the disciplines Racing (Formula Windsurfing) and Wave as a tour stop of the German national series “Rollei Windsurf Cup”. All disciplines are open to all competitors. The World Championship is offering a prize money of 15.000 Euro.
Oliver-Tom Schliemann shows us around the island of Sylt, famous for its long sandy beach and amazing windsurfing conditions in the fourth episode of the Starboard “Around” series by Sean O’Brien.
Slalom is the fastest IFCA discipline in Windsurfing and the IFCA Slalom World Championships will attract many of the best slalom riders of the World – already the entry list is filling up with some top names. The German slalom champion Flessner will be sided by the complete German Windsurfing elite. The numerous fans are looking forward to welcome the reigning German overall champion Sebastian Kordel (GER-220, Lorch, NeilPryde) from Konstanz, the vice- and racing champion Vincent Langer (GER-122, Starboard, Severne) from Kiel and Gunnar Asmussen (GER-88, Patrik, North Sails) from Flensburg besides many others. The level in the German series is high so that several of the national riders hope to score top results at the Slalom Worlds.
The Women’s World Slalom Champion title is at stake. Reigning Champion Karrin Jaggi is certain to face stiff competition for the title.
Besides the sportive activities the Rollei Summer Opening is offering an exciting program for everybody. Various activities, catering and shopping opportunities will call thousands of spectators to the promenade on Sylt. From 6pm the After-Race-Parties will kick-off with chilling lounge music. Interviews, autograph sessions and moderation will entertain the masses. Some 80,000 spectators are expected for the event.