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Quinta giornata di gara ad Alacati e altri due tabelloni completati. Giornata strepitosa per Malte Reuscher (RRD, Challenger Sails) che entra per la prima volta in finale vincenti e balza in 18° posizione generale. Matteo Iachino (Fanatic, North Sails, LSD Fins) mantiene la 10° posizione in classifica generale. Domani ultimo giorno di gare.

DCIM102GOPROMalte Reuscher felice del suo giorno perfetto

Malte Reuscher ci racconta come è andata oggi:
Ciao! Quinto giorno di gare qui ad Alacati! Per me è stata una giornata memorabile, per la prima volta in vita mia sono entrato in finale vincenti e per ben due volte!!! Ho concluso in entrambe quarto e per me va più che bene! Domani è l’ultimo giorno e vedremo come andrà a finire! Nella finale numero 7 ero insieme a Matteo Iachino, peccato per la sua partenza non al top perché aveva Cyril Moussulmani davanti che ha cambiato di colpo traiettoria in partenza e quindi lo ha costretto a rallentare e finire con un buon settimo posto! Rosati ha concluso il settimo tabellone in 26 esima posizione, non malissimo e comunque sempre risultati buoni in tutte le gare! Nell’ottavo tabellone Matteo Iachino causa partenza anticipata è uscito al secondo turno… Andrea Rosati è uscito al primo turno, penso per una partenza non al top! Il vento variava dai 10 ai 22 nodi circa! Io ho sempre usato l’ Rrd X-fire 129lt con la Challenger Aero+ 8.5mt a presto!! Stay tuned Malte Reuscher Ita7777

 

Results After Elimination Eight Pegasus Airlines Alicati PWA World Cup – Men’s Slalom
1st Julien Quentel (RRD / NeilPryde)
2nd Antoine Albeau (RRD / NeilPryde)
3rd Pascal Toselli (Starboard / Point-7)
4th Ben Van Der Steen (Tabou / GA Sails / Mystic)
5th Arnon Dagan (RRD / NeilPryde)
6th Pierre Mortefon (Fanatic / North)
7th Tristan Algret (Patrik / Loft Sails / Mystic)
8th Josh Angulo (Angulo / Gun Sails)
9th Cyril Moussilmani (Starboard / Severne)
10th Matte Iachino (Fanatic / North)

Results After Elimination Eight Pegasus Airlines Alicati PWA World Cup – Women’s Slalom
1st Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / Mystic)
2nd Delphine Cousin (Starboard / Loft Sails)
3rd Lena Erdil (Patrik / Loft Sails / Mystic / AL360)
4th Valerie Ghibaudo (Tabou / GA Sails)
5th Fulya Ünlü (Starboard / Severne)
6th Fujiko Onishi (Starboard / Loft Sails)

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PEGASUS AIRLINES ALACATI PWA WORLD CUP

Day 5: Alacati heads towards a grandstand finale tomorrow

Alacati produced another brilliant day of racing for the fifth consecutive day as winds of 10-22 knots arrived by just before 1pm – allowing a further two winners’ finals to be completed in both the men’s and women’s divisions. Pascal Toselli (Starboard / Point-7) claimed his second bullet of the week, before Antoine Albeau (RRD / NeilPryde) kept his event title hopes alive with victory in race eight – meaning we a due to see a grandstand finish between him and Julien Quentel (RRD / NeilPryde) – with just two points currently separating them. In the women’s Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / Mystic) added yet another bullet before Lena Erdil (Patrik / Loft Sails / Mystic / AL360) delighted the Turkish crowds by claiming her first elimination triumph since Aruba in 2011.

Men’s
Elimination Seven
Winners’ Final
Ben Van Der Steen (Tabou / GA Sails / Mystic) made the perfect start to heat 16 as he crossed the line in first place, however the Dutchman’s lead didn’t last for long as Pascal Toselli rounded the first buoy in top spot. Behind the Frenchman at this point was Cyril Moussilmani (Starboard / Severne) followed by Julien Quentel (RRD / NeilPryde) and Malte Reuscher (RRD / Challenger / AL360). From this point on Toselli continued to lead and was soon claiming his second victory of the week, whilst the top four remained unchanged.
There was major drama in the opening semifinal as Antoine Albeau suffered a broken mast as he attempted to pump out of the second gybe, whilst holding a place in the top four. With the reining world champion out of contention this presented Julien Quentel with the opportunity to bring the event title within touching distance. However, it wasn’t plain sailing for Quentel as he had to battle his way back from sixth or seventh place at the opening mark to qualify for the winners’ final. The Frenchman remained calm and soon secured his place in the top four, before taking home third in heat sixteen to cement his place at the top of the rankings.

Elimination Eight
Winners’ Final
The second final of the week was finally completed at the third attempt of asking. Pascal Toselli was extremely unlucky again as he saw another winners’ final cancelled whilst in the lead due to poor wind. The Frenchman’s misery was then further compounded as he crossed the start line early, together with Ludovic Jossin (Patrik / Loft Sails), to be disqualified. The third time around saw Malte Reuscher make the best start, but Israel’s Arnon Dagan (RRD / NeilPryde) held the lead by the time the fleet approached the opening mark, followed by Antoine Albeau, Reuscher and Pierre Mortefon (Fanatic / North). Albeau soon stamped on the gas to blitz down the second straight where he overtook Dagan to move into the lead, and he didn’t look back from here as the big Frenchman claimed victory number two to keep himself in the event title hunt.
Elsewhere, Arnon Dagan produced a brilliant gybe to dive down to the inside of Maciek Rutkowski (Patrik / Point-7) at the third to pinch the final qualifying place from heat twelve. Meanwhile, in Rutkowski’s previous heat – 8 – the Pole benefitted from a slice of luck as Ertugrul Icingir (Patrik / Point-7) inadvertently hooked in mid rig flip to go down at the final mark, allowing Rutkowski to claim fourth place. Heat 13 saw Pierre Mortefon, Ludovic Jossin, Julien Quentel and Antoine Questel (Starboard / Loft Sails) all qualify without having to sail after Matteo Iachino (Fanatic / North), Ross Williams (Tabou / GA Sails / Mystic), Taty Frans (Starboard / MauiSails / Mystic / Maui Ultra Fins) and Amado Vrieswijk (Starboard / Severne) all jumped the gun to be disqualified.

Women’s
Elimination Seven
Winners’ Final
In the opening winners’ final Sarah-Quita Offringa made the best start and held her lead into the first mark. As so often this week, she was simply unbeatable and this is how it played out again today as she claimed victory number six out of seven. Reigning world champion – Delphine Cousin (Starboard / Loft Sails) – in the meantime had to settle for second place, closely followed by Lena Erdil, Cagla Kubat (Starboard / Loft Sails) and Valerie Ghibaudo (Tabou / GA Sails / Mystic).

Elimination Eight
Winners’ Final
The final winners’ final of the day saw a turn up for the books as the usually impeccable Sarah-Quita Offringa arrived extremely late for the start. In fact SQO was so late that she rounded the opening buoy in ninth place. However, at the front of the pack Ghibaudo led ahead of Lena Erdil, Fulya Unlu (Starboard / Severne) and Cagla Kubat. The 2012 world champion looked to have things sowed up, however Erdil was able to claw her French rival back in to move into the lead by the exit of the penultimate gybe. Soon Erdil was celebrating her first elimination victory since Aruba in 2011. This resulted in Ghibaudo finishing second, ahead of Unlu, third, Delphine Cousin, fourth and Offringa, who battled her way back fifth place.
The skippers’ meeting for tomorrow morning has been called for 11am – with the action commencing from 11:30am. Don’t miss any of the exhilarating racing by tuning into www.pwaworldtour.com where you’ll be able to follow the amazing action as it happens via the PWA live stream and live ticker.

 

 

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Ciao a tutti, sono Fabio Calò (ITA-720), ho iniziato a fare windsurf all’età di 13 anni e da quel momento è diventata la mia più grande passione, la mia vita. Finiti gli studi universitari ho iniziato a lavorare in un negozio di windsurf a Torino, poi agente di commercio e nel 2006 è iniziata la mia grande avventura con la redazione di 4Windsurf e poi anche di 4Sup. Sono stato campione italiano Wave di windsurf nel 2013 e 2015, altri ottimi risultati agonistici gli ho ottenuti anche nel freestyle sia in Italia che in Europa. Dal 2017 sono il direttore di una delle scuole più importanti del Lago di Garda, il PierWindsurf. Trasmetto la mia passione con progetti dedicati ai giovani come il Progetto Serenity di Malcesine, e organizzo Wave Clinics nel periodo invernale. Vivo a Torbole sul Garda e respiro l’aria del windsurf 365 giorni all’anno.
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