A look into the future
The Israeli team just held their first iQFOiL race to launch their Paris 2024 campaign… and the future looks bright. 8 races were completed over two days with excited riders battling it out in a variety of wind conditions.
This year will also see the first ever iQFOiL World Championships along with other events around the world. You can find information about this year’s events on the official iQFOiL class website. For more information about all of the iQFOiL equipment, you can visit the iQFOiL equipment website.
Until then, check out the video of the Israeli team battling racing each other on their brand new gear.
Photos by Uri Magnus/Moshe Menagen Photography
More Severne news
Severne team rider Dieter Van der Eyken has been scoring great conditions throughout 2021. Check out his end of year video filled with action from Tenerife and Fuerteventura.
Windwise coach and Severne Team Rider, Simon Bornhoft, continues his ‘Hang In There’ harness line series looking at different disciplines and sailing styles. For this issue, we shift the focus and harness line positions for the Freewave, Wave & Freestyle playgrounds. So whether you’re a weekend wave warrior or looking to fine tune like a pro, wise up and read on.
The 2021 South American championship was held in Puerto Madryn in the south of Argentina.
20 races were completed over the course of four days with winds of various strengths, and from a variety of directions. Over 50 racers took part.
Severne rider Lina Erpenstein has been a Nano user from the very beginning. With the introduction of the 022 Nano, there are upgrades to the larger sizes (Nano87 and above), as well as, a fresh new colour combo. Check out Lina’s insights into the 022 Nano, as well as, her personal settings.
Severne rider and 2015 PWA Freestyle World Champion Dieter Van der Eyken just received his new Predator freestyle foil board, and has already been spending hours on it. Here is his first impression.
OBX-WIND 2021 went off on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, (Cape Hatteras) USA. Windsurfers traveled from near and far for the famous OBX-WIND long distance race, the US Nationals for Freestyle and the US Nationals for Slalom
The 2021 Luderitz Speed Challenge has come to an end. Using the new Mach5 Luderitz Speed Special, Bjorn Dunkerbeck hit a top speed of 103,68km/h (55,98 knots). Many other 51+ knots runs over 500 meters were recorded by the team throughout this years’ event.
The 2021 PWA world tour season has come to an end, and Amado Vrieswijk can call himself the 2021 freestyle World Champion. Maaike Huvermannn is vice world champion. But that’s not all.
The 2021 Luderitz Speed Challenge is already producing top speeds. After a few weeks of action, Gunnar Asmussen leads the rankings and Bjorn Dunkerbeck is moving closer to the top. Both are riding 022 Mach5 speed edition.