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Windsurfing Euro Cup Göztepe, Urla, Izmir (Turkey)
date: August 25th to  29th 2015
discipline: Slalom
prize money: 15.000 €

Entry fee: 100,- €
deadline: August 9th

Notice of Race:http://euro-cup.org/uploads/images/2015_Fotos/EUROCUP/NoR_EC-Turkey2015.pdf

Registration:http://euro-cup.org/registration-eurocup/


Volvo Surf Cup_2015 IFCA Slalom Worlds Day 3 from Ifca Slalom on Vimeo.

No wind on Day 3, So we took time to catch up with a few competitors to discuss about their event experience.

Volvo Surf Cup_2015 IFCA Slalom Worlds Day 3 from Ifca Slalom on Vimeo.

No wind on Day 3, So we took time to catch up with a few competitors to discuss about their event experience.

Day 2:
A bright sunny day with the skippers meeting held at 09:30. The competitors were on standby Once again due a smooth light breeze during the morning hours until conditions became suitable for racing and just like yesterdays predicted forecast the races could finally start somewhat around 14:00.

Elimination 2 Highlights :
The following competitors GER-88 Gunnar Asmussen, ARU-4 Ethan Westera, FRA-531 Nicolas Warembourg, ITA-1111 Andrea Ferin and GER-7 Nicolas Prien all perfomed strong today. The Final round of elimination 2 was an exciting one where we all saw the 2015 Youth World Champion Nicolas Goyard FRA-465 showing off his jibing skills at the first mark while battling with yesterdays elimination winner Vincent Langer GER-1 with the other competitors right behind them until the last mark where things got a bit tricky for the young French rider who dropped his sail at mark 3 allowing  GER-88 Gunnar Asmussen. The show ended with amazing action, with a very Loud Crowd and Vincent Langer GER-1 took the win followed by GER-88 Gunnar Asmussen and NED-191 Ingmar Daldorf who once again had a consistent performance.

The IFCA Slalom World Championships are currently hosted at the Volvo Surf Cup on Sylt. Almost 90 competitors from 17 different nations travelled to Germanys most famous island for the most important slalom regatta of the year. Among them is also a great fleet of 10 woman.

On the first day it was possible to run two races for the women. Lena Erdil (TUR-33) from Turkey proved why she is known as one of the best ladies in the discipline slalom. She dominated both races straight from the start and secured bullets. With this success Erdil is leading the womens fleet with the ideal score of 1,4 points.

A summerish day welcomed the competitors and visitors on the first racing day with Wind Readings of 8 to 13knots, Weather Partly Cloudy with Temperatures around the 16-18 C°.

The first skippers meeting took place at 9am and competitors were put on standby until the conditions would be suitable enough for racing. Short after mid day the wind conditions slowly started to improve and some competitors went out to give it a try with expectations of racing as the conditions positively continue to improve.

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