le 14 décembre 2021
The 2021 Engadinwind ended with iQ Foil World Championship. With a record field of participants the IQ Foil World championship is the most important and largest foil competition in 2021 with 250 participants from 37 nations. IQ Foil is the new Olympic windsurfing class for 2024 in Paris. Hélène Noesmoen (FRA) is the first ever and 2021 iQ FoiL Women World Champion! The French has been leading the event for the whole week showing her strength in all different conditions and disciplines.
Vanora ENGADINWIND by Dakine 2021 - iQ Foil World Championship Day 6 | Daily Highlight
le 26 août 2022
The third day of the iQFOiL Youth & Junior World Championship was a total success, due to the wind blowing more than the day before, the race committee decided to launch Course Races. There was a total of 18 races that day!
IQFOiL Youth & Junior World Championships provides action on Day 3 of Vanora Engadinwind 2022 by Dakine
le 29 août 2022
Results in the U17 boys, the French Noé Garandeau (FRA 38) remains on first place. Tom Nicolle (FRA 55), who dropped to third after a protest yesterday, had a very good performance winning today’s race and accomplished to climb up to second place overall. The Polish boy, Igor Lewinsky (POL 30), who yesterday was second after the protest, today took the third place overall after a tie break with the French Nicolle.
In the girls fleet, the Hungarian Simon Hanna (HUN 70) climbed to the firs...
Vanora Engadinwind by Dakine 2022 - IQFOiL Youth & Junior World Championships - Day 4 Highlights
le 29 août 2022
On the fifth day of the Youth and Junior World Championships in Silvaplana, it was cloudy and cold. The plan was to start all the finals that could not be done so far, but the wind was not sufficient. Instead, a night Tow-In Freestyle show was started in the evening.