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07-07-2016 02:58

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IKA KiteFoil GoldCup

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Кубок мира. Италия, Турция, Корея и Катар!
Начинается все в Калабрии 13-го июля.

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07-07-2016 23:52

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Re: IKA KiteFoil GoldCup

На сайте мероприятияя: http://kitefoilgoldcup.com/ ничего полезного не обнаружил.

Когда выдвигаетесь и кто планирует принять участие?

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08-07-2016 23:58

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А мы уже тут! Сегодня две тренировки под фирменную местную погоду.
На воде встретили Ваню Доронина.
Предварительно зарегистрировались более шестидесяти участников. Девушек примерно десять.
Еще тут молодежное первенство Италии по кайтрейсу. 25 юных итальянцев каждый день начинают в 8-30 со шкипер митинга на полтора часа. Флаги, правила. Потом гонки и разбор полетов. К юношеской олимпиаде готовятся.


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09-07-2016 01:23

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на каких снарядах готовятся-то?


дилер Flysurfer, Underwave, Red-Paddle

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09-07-2016 03:52

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Re: IKA KiteFoil GoldCup

AlexHunter пишет:

на каких снарядах готовятся-то?

По-армейски они готовятся. В упоре лежа )))

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09-07-2016 10:42

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Вероятный снаряд IOG - твинтип. На нем и готовятся. Но и гидрофойлами не брезгают. Главное - они по тактике и правилам конкретно заходят.

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14-07-2016 20:59

elf
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http://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2 … GqO6DQ&s=1

Не знаю, читается ли ссылка на результаты?
Короче, тренирвались мы тренировались на 15-18 м кайтах и тут как задуло в первый гоночный день. Привыкаем к новой реальности smile В дело пошли шестерки и девятки. Это нестандартная погода.

А так все круто - больше 60-и участников. Молодежи 16-18 лет как-то совсем много. Французы приехали массово.

Завтра обещают еще больший дульник и серьезную волну. Сегодня тоже была немаленькая.

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15-07-2016 18:52

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Фотки
https://www.facebook.com/kitefoilgoldcu … 6792877996

Ветер 7-40 (сорок!!!) узлов. Волна до трех метров местами.
Мы в серебряном флоте. Вся борьба впереди.

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15-07-2016 20:29

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Re: IKA KiteFoil GoldCup

Для   простых  смертных:

MEN
1 Riccardo Leccese (ITA, Ozone/MikesLab) - 4 pts
1 Florian Trittel (ESP, Elf/KFA) - 4 pts
3 Maxime Nocher (MON, F-One/Taaroa) - 4 pts
4 Oliver Bridge (GBR, Elf/Levitaz) - 8 pts
5. Mario Calbucci (ITA, Elf/Banga) - 8 pts

WOMEN
1 Jade O'Connor (IRL, Elf/Banga) - 9 pts
2 Alexia Fancelli (FRA, Airush/Flysurfer/Taaroa) - 51 pts
3 Elena Kalinina (RUS, Elf/Moses) - 52 pts
4 Gina Hewson (NZL, Ozone/Spotz) - 55 pts

Full results:
http://kitefoilgoldcup.com/images/docum ... esults.pdf







KiteFoil GoldCup Italy Day One

Gusty Winds and Tough Conditions Test Racers’ Mettle at KiteFoil World Championships


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Hang Loose Beach, Gizzeria—Margins separating the world’s leading kitefoilers are extremely fine. Reigning European and KiteFoil GoldCup champion, Maxime Nocher (MON), almost had a perfect day but was literally pipped at the post.

Florian Trittel (ESP) just overhauled Nocher on a searing reach to the finish on their last
race of the day, but in doing so the Spaniard caught a mark line with his foil and was catapulted off his board. Still, it was enough to secure a win and deprive Nocher of five bullets from five races.

French rider Axel Mazella and Italian Riccardo Leccese, competing in the other two of three race fleets on day one of the International Kiteboarding Association (IKA) KiteFoil GoldCup at Gizzeria, southern Italy, suffered no similar misfortunes. Each racked up five wins in their respective fleets to leave them equal top in the standings.

By dint of Nocher's second place finish, which was dispensed with when discards kicked-in after five races, he found himself in third position but remained equal in the day’s overall points’ standings. On the track off Hang Loose Beach, in the shadow of dramatic Calabrian hills, races were similarly tight with leaders invariably finishing within seconds of one-another.

The 63 racers from 26 countries were divided into three fleets for the first of the two-day
qualifying series, with eight women competing with the men. On completion of the qualifiers, the riders will be seeded in three fleets for the final two days in the medals series.


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The Italy stop of the KiteFoil GoldCup world championship is the first of four planned legs. Events are set for Turkey, followed by South Korea, with the overall winner crowned in Qatar towards year’s end. But first will come tougher and tougher racing as both riders and equipment in the “open” kitefoil class continue their headlong development, improving speeds and angles on the race track at frantic pace.
There are few better illustrations of the speed of change than the dramatically improving
performances of Mario Calbucci (ITA), 19. On his handmade Italian Banga hydrofoil, a new-comer to the kitefoil scene, he scored four second places from five in his fleet.

In the testing conditions, with the shifty winds averaging 14kts but gusting to an
uncharacteristic 20kts, Calbucci deployed a 9m Elf Joker6 foil kite to good effect on the two laps of the windward-leeward track that the leaders completed in around 11 blistering minutes despite the one-metre swells.

“My Banga foil is working really well,” said a clearly delighted Calbucci. “We tested it out
just before competition started. The carbon’s strong and stiff, so it’s ideal for the strong winds we’re getting.”
Calbucci was only bested slightly in the standings by the young Briton Olly Bridge,
competing in an alternate fleet where he notched up five second places from five. On his Levitaz Aspect Bionic hydrofoil and Elf Joker foil kites he again showed great consistency and devastating speed.

But perhaps one of the day’s biggest surprises was the emergence of a new face, a French rider from New Caledonia, Titouan Galea, 19. He burst onto the scene with four seconds and a third to end in seventh place overall, putting down his marker for the coming days. “I’ve been training in France with the French team for the past three months,” he said by way of explanation for his stellar performance. “But it’s the kind of conditions I’m used to in New Caledonia. I think I’m better in the strong winds with my 9m kite, than in lighter winds.”

Another unexpected result was Jade O’Connor (IRL) topping the women’s standings,
ahead of Alexia Fancelli (FRA) and European champion, Elena Kalinina (RUS). But with even tougher conditions and higher winds forecast for day two, the likelihood of the whole pack being reshuffled seems strong.

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16-07-2016 10:32

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Еще раскачало. Не очень понятно как заходить в воду. В море волна крупная, но ровная.

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16-07-2016 10:43

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elf пишет:

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Еще раскачало. Не очень понятно как заходить в воду. В море волна крупная, но ровная.

Давайте..   давайте..   -   болеем  за  вас  и   следим   за   ходом   соревнований...  smile


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16-07-2016 22:47

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KiteFoil GoldCup Italy Day Two

Former Title Holder Gruber Revels in Tricky Conditions at KiteFoil World Championships Opener


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Hang Loose Beach, Gizzeria—Germany’s Florian Gruber shrugged off the mixed bag of weather that played havoc with the racing schedule at the KiteFoil GoldCup in Italy to snatch a flawless two victories from two races.

In a break-neck dash for the line in his day’s final race the former Formula kite world champion crashed spectacularly just as he crossed to see off rival, reigning International Kiteboarding Association (IKA) KiteFoil GoldCup title holder, Maxime Nocher (MON).
It was the second time of the day the invariably imperious Nocher had just lost out to Gruber, who feels he is finding his a winning grove on his prototype Flysurfer Sonic foil kites and Levitaz Aspect Bionic hydrofoil in the shifty and gusty conditions that mirror his home training spot.

Day two of the four-day competition, the first of a four-stop world tour, began with light on-shore breezes that built quickly to allow the three fleets out on the track off Gizzeria’s Hang Loose Beach on their biggest 15m and 18m kites.
But after three races, one for each fleet, racing was suspended with the approach of squalls that swirled around the Calabrian hills overlooking the venue. Racing recommenced when the showers cleared, with the on-off wind steading to between 20kts and 25kts.
It was not to last and the flukey winds forced organisers to call a halt to racing after just another three races. With a total of seven races for each fleet, the riders will now be seeded into “gold”, “silver” and “bronze” flights for the medals races of the concluding two days.
Stellar performances again were put in by Riccardo Leccese (ITA) and Axel Mazella (FRA). Each scored bullets in two races in their respective fleets, adding to their perfect tally from day one and leaving them joint top in the standings.

Despite Nocher coming of second best to Gruber, the Monegasque rider lies in third place overall and is well positioned to find a new gear on his clearly fast F-One Diablo foil kites and Taaroa Sword2 hydrofoil.
Gruber’s sheer pace and tactical nous around the two laps of the windward-leeward, in winds that varied during the day from 8kts to 25kts, propelled him up the leaderboard to sixth spot.
“Up until the end of last year I was still on both the course board and the foil,” said Gruber. “Now it’s just foil and I really love it. The equipment is really important. I’m lucky that both Flysurfer and Levitaz are just a couple of hours’ drive from home, so I can easily discuss technical changes with them.”

Gruber’s strong showing left him just adrift of Mario Calbucci (ITA) and Olly Bridge (GBR) who again both had good days in their fleets, leaving them fourth and fifth respectively overall. Like all riders they will start the medals races with a points deficit of two times their position from the qualifying series.
Poland’s Balzej Ozog also put in a good shift on his Moses Vorace foil and Flysurfer Sonic kites after a shaky start to the day, eventually taking a second in his day’s final race that pushed him up the standings to tenth spot.
“In the first race I made a mistake at the downwind gate,” he said. “I was trying to catch to many guys and crashed. My fault. But I like these difficult conditions. The harder it gets with wind shifts and big waves, the better I get. Then it’s more about the rider than the equipment.”


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Among the women, who are racing among the men, one of the surprises in that multiple world champion Steph Bridge (GBR) failed to make it to the “silver” fleet, where Jade O’Connor (IRL), Alexia Fancelli (FRA) and reigning Formula kite world champion Elena Kalinina (RUS) will occupy slots as they sit neck-and-neck in the standings.

Writer: Ian MacKinnon

Overall standings after seven qualifying series races (one discard).

MEN
1 Riccardo Leccese (ITA, Ozone/MikesLab) - 6 pts
1 Axel Mazella (ESP, Elf/KFA) - 6 pts
3 Maxime Nocher (MON, F-One/Taaroa) - 8 pts
4 Mario Calbucci (ITA, Elf/Banga) - 13 pts
5 Oliver Bridge (GBR, Elf/Levitaz) - 13 pts

WOMEN
1 Jade O'Connor (IRL, Elf/Banga) - 76 pts
2 Alexia Fancelli (FRA, Airush/Taaroa) - 76 pts
3 Elena Kalinina (RUS, Elf/Moses) - 78 pts
4 Steph Bridge (GBR, North/Levitaz/Volvo) 83pts

Full results:
http://kitefoilgoldcup.com/images/docum ... esults.pdf

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17-07-2016 01:31

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Re: IKA KiteFoil GoldCup

Тарандин единственный  из наших кто пробился в зоолотой флот,
Доронин  первый в серебрянном флоте ( и если с буковками ничего не напутано, то  ваня  на втором месте среди мастеров !!)
Лена первая  в женском зачете, но прямо за ней итальянка Alexia Fancelli.
третья Джейд О Конор.

http://kitefoilgoldcup.com/images/docum … esults.pdf

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17-07-2016 11:31

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Сложные условия. Позавчера в нашем флоте было две гонки. Первая на 18, а вторая на 6-ке. Траву штормом подняло. Компот из свела, ветровой волны и травы. Сюр какой-то. Вчера ездил как в первый раз.
У девушек очень все плотно. Сегодня решающий день.

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17-07-2016 18:40

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Ленка   сегодня -  молодец...

KiteFoil GoldCup Italy Day Three

French Teenager Almost Flawless KiteFoil World Championships Opener


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Hang Loose Beach, Gizzeria—The young French rider Axel Mazella showed his class and growing pace at the KiteFoil GoldCup with a string of bullets on a day when all the top racers found themselves competing in the same fleet for the first time.
Mazella used his Taaroa Sword2 foil and F-one Diablo2 kite to clinical effect taking three wins from the “gold” fleet’s four races, with even a misstep in the day’s final race when he posted fifth, failing to prevent him topping the leaderboard.
For the most part in the difficult gusty and shifty conditions with large waves on the track off Hang Loose Beach, Gizzeria, in southern Italy, he seemed to have the measure of his old foe Maxime Nocher (MON), the reigning International Kiteboarding Association (IKA) KiteFoil GoldCup champion.

The Italian-Colombian kite racing veteran Riccardo Leccese also seemed to have few answers to the French teenager’s scorching pace, though the four third places he snatched from four races earned him a solid second place in the standings just ahead of Nocher.
Racers, who were divided into three fleets for the medals series on day three of the IKA kitefoil world championships’ opening leg, were forced to wait until mid-afternoon for their first “go” signal because of a vicious shore-break organisers deemed posed a safety risk.
But when the wind steadied to around 14kts to 16kts and racing commenced the quality of the talent on display asserted itself with a clutch of stellar performances on the three lapse of the windward-leeward track completed in about 15 minutes.
It was not without incident. Briton’s Olly Bridge dropped his Elf Joker foil kite in the unpredictable winds ahead of the “gold” fleet’s second race of the day, could not relaunch and was brought ashore.
Luckily his mother, multiple world champion Steph Bridge was waiting with a kite in the air that she handed off to him. He made the start in time, but promptly crashed just afterwards and could not recover sufficiently and posted a disappointing 15th place, in stark contrast to the bullet he scored in the day’s final race.
But with the prospect of discards kicking after five races on the competition’s final day on Sunday, Bridge could yet climb the standings from his current fifth place on the leaderboard provided he suffers no further misfortunes.

Not that he was alone in suffering ill-luck. Germany’s Florian Gruber posted a series of solid results culminating in a second place finish in the day’s final race that carried him to fourth on the leaderboard. But like others his Levitaz foil caught plastic bags washed on to the track by the stormy, which he had to clear.
Mazella suffered the same fate but was philosophical about it. “In one race when I caught a plastic bag Maxime Nocher was just behind me,” he said. “I jumped to try to get it from my wing. But I had to stop to clear it. Then Maxime caught one on another lap, and Florian on another.”

The lighter conditions than riders had faced on the regatta’s opening two days also suited Adrian Geislinger (AUT) who moved up the standings to 13th spot with several good performances at the start of racing.
“My performances improved because in the lighter winds I was able to use my 15m and 13m kites,” said Geislinger. “I really like the new Flysurfer Sonic2 kites, but we had only tuned the bigger sizes last week in expectation of the lighter winds we normally get in Gizzeria.”
Among the women, racing with the men in the “silver” fleet, the old order was partially re-established. Reigning Formula kite world champion Elena Kalinina got her nose just in front of Alexia Fancelli (FRA) on the leaderboard, with Jade O’Connor just a few points adrift of them.

Writer: Ian MacKinnon


Overall standings after four “gold” fleet series races (no discards), two “silver” and two “bronze”.

MEN
1 Axel Mazella (FRA, F-one/Taaroa) — 10pts
2 Riccardo Leccese (ITA, Ozone/MikesLab) — 14pts
3 Maxime Nocher (MON, F-One/Taaroa) — 18pts
4 Florian Gruber (GER, Flysurfer/Levitaz) — 31pts
5 Oliver Bridge (GBR, Elf/Levitaz) — 35pts

WOMEN
1 Elena Kalinina (RUS, Elf/Moses) — 65pts
2 Alexia Fancelli (FRA, Airush/Flysurfer/Taaroa) — 65pts
3 Jade O'Connor (IRL, Elf/Banga) — 69pts

Full results:
http://kitefoilgoldcup.com/images/docum ... esults.pdf

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18-07-2016 17:40

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Результаты: http://kitefoilgoldcup.com/images/docum … esults.pdf

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18-07-2016 19:39

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High Drama at Thrilling Climax of KiteFoil World Championships’ First Act


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Hang Loose Beach, Gizzeria — French teenager Axel Mazella snatched victory at the KiteFoil GoldCup by the finest of margins after a series misfortunes and mistakes on the contest’s final day that saw his overnight lead evaporate in the tightest races of the world championships’ opening tour stop in Italy.

But the 18-year-old’s performances in the “gold” fleet’s six races were just enough to pip his great rival and training partner, reigning Formula kite world champion Maxime Nocher, by a single point.

Mazella’s victory was assured only at the death. A tangle with Olly Bridge (GBR) in the “gold” fleet’s penultimate race cost both riders dearly. Bridge’s kite inverted as he pushed hard on an upwind leg and Mazella was unable to avoid it, forcing Bridge to retire while Mazella finished last after disentangling himself.

Both were able to dispense with the poor result when discards kicked-in after five races. But for 18-year-old Bridge — who scored four bullets and a second on the day with sizzling pace on his Levitaz foil and Elf Joker kites — the slip may have cost him at least one podium spot, though ultimately he was content with his third overall.

The Italian-Colombian rider Riccardo Leccese, who sat in second spot overnight, was also in with a shout of a podium finish at the International Kiteboarding Association (IKA) GoldCup in Italy. But he mistakenly believed the day’s final race had been reduced to two laps and put himself out of contention, slipping to fourth overall.

If anything, the drama and mounting tension of the four-day contest’s finale off Gizzeria’s Hang Loose Beach appeared initially to leave Mazella more relieved than pleased by his triumph. “I’m delighted to win,” he said, slightly unconvincingly. “I train together with Maxime Nocher, so I know him well and he goes very, very fast. I try to be more consistent, like him. But I made so many mistakes. In the day’s first race I had many crashes, then I tangled with Olly Bridge and had lots of poor starts.”

Uncertainty over the final outcome until the very last moment merely added to the spectacle for a crowded weekend beach. Perfect conditions, with the onshore breeze varying from 8kts to around 16kts, saw the 62 riders for 26 nationalities deploy their 15m and 18m kites.

On the three laps of the windward-leeward course, with a blasting reach to the finish just off the beach, spectators were treated to the world’s fastest foilers pushing to the limit and beyond, with sometimes spectacular wipeouts.

The conditions and the desire to win pushed the riders on, with the leaders continually trading places on the course and the leaderboard. But Mazella’s ability to post solid results under intense pressure was enough to clinch the title for him.

Even Olly Bridge was wistful about his slice of ill-luck on an otherwise stellar day. “In the end it was all right,” he said. “I’m pretty pleased. I broke a bridle [yesterday] and my kite inverted. That was my two discards. I’d have been pretty close to top with a bit more luck.”

Germany’s Florian Gruber, who placed fifth, was also able view the positives of his improving performances on his Flysurfer Sonic2 kite and Levitaz hydrofoil.

“Realistically my goal was to get in the top five, so I’m pleased with the result,” said Gruber. “I’m getting closer to the top guys. I made some little mistakes for sure, but so did everyone else. Without those we’d be machines, and that’s not possible.”

For the women competing with the men in the “silver” fleet, Formula Kitefoil European Champion Elena Kalinina showed she is a force to be reckoned with, seeing off challenges from Alexia Fancelli (FRA) and Jade O’Connor (IRL), who was thrilled with her podium finish.

Overall standings after ten “gold” fleet series races (two discards) and eight “silver” races (one discard).

MEN
1 Axel Mazella (FRA, F-one/Taaroa) — 22pts
2 Maxime Nocher (MON, F-One/Taaroa) — 23pts
3 Oliver Bridge (GBR, Elf/Levitaz) — 26pts
4 Riccardo Leccese (ITA, Ozone/MikesLab) — 36pts
5 Florian Gruber (GER, Flysurfer/Levitaz) — 44pts

WOMEN
1 Elena Kalinina (RUS, Elf/Moses) — 103pts
2 Alexia Fancelli (FRA, Airush/Flysurfer/Taaroa) — 125pts
3 Jade O'Connor (IRL, Elf/Banga) — 141pts



Я   что  то   не   вижу   поздравлений  " Для   РОМЫ   И  ЛЕНЫ"?  smile


Поздравляем    с   первым   местом!  Это    о-го-го....  -  фойл   однако..    big_smile

Изменено бугор (19-07-2016 10:20)


Нет предела совершенству - есть предел фантазиям...

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19-07-2016 12:09

Grinne
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Re: IKA KiteFoil GoldCup

Ого!
Принимайте поздравления! cool

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19-07-2016 17:13

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Re: IKA KiteFoil GoldCup

Молодцы! Поздравляю!

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20-07-2016 21:17

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Re: IKA KiteFoil GoldCup

Лена, Роман! Очень рад за вас!! Так держать!!!

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20-07-2016 22:05

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Re: IKA KiteFoil GoldCup

Лена, Роман - поздравляю.


Фонд Помощи Новороссии

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21-07-2016 14:13

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Re: IKA KiteFoil GoldCup

Рома и Лена ай да молодцы, поздравляю!
З.Ы. А ведь мне как-то раз в Лахте удалось чемпионку за жопоручку придержать, будет что внукам рассказать big_smile


С нами происходит ровно то, что мы хотим.

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22-07-2016 21:35

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Re: IKA KiteFoil GoldCup

Спасибо за поздравления!

Немного о соревнованиях.
Сильно вырос средний уровень. Все, включая бронзовый флот, выполняют повороты и очень прилично едут по дистанции. Если в прошлые годы, еще на рейсбордах, флот был очень неровный и многие совсем никуда не ехали, то теперь это не так.
В золотой флот стало очень сложно пробиться. 
Французы удивили всех массовостью и подготовкой. Только юниоров 16-18 лет было больше десяти со своим тренером. А я точно знаю, что у них дома есть и более молодая команда. Видно, что тренируются они много и вместе.

Девушки тоже прибавили. Лидер прошлого сезона - Стэф даже не попала в серебряный флот.
Опять же очень радует, что все восемь девушек не просто заявились в гонки, а выступают на хорошем уровне.

Следующий этап должен был состояться в Турции, но либо его не будет совсем, либо будет в конце сентября.

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22-07-2016 22:09

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Re: IKA KiteFoil GoldCup

elf пишет:

Все, включая бронзовый флот, выполняют повороты

Выполнение поворотов конечно нужно, но умение стабильно держать курс с правильной скоростью и углом на курсах более важный аспект. А умение ходить бакштаг по волнам на скорости за 50 уже очень круто!!!
Французы конечно молодцы походу знают к чему готовятся
Все наши тоже молодцы, мои поздравления!!!
А мы продолжим в болоте тренить матч-ресы)))

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11-10-2016 21:45

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Re: IKA KiteFoil GoldCup

c 16:50

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