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After five days the Volvo Surf Cup on Sylt (Germany) came to an End. A total of over 120.000 spectators experienced spectacular races at the IFCA Slalom World Championship 2015. With over 90 competitors from 17 different nations a new participation record was set.

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.

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