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Nocher and Kalinina claim first European Championship Titles on foiling Kiteboards

Medal races conclude the 2016 IKA KiteRacing European Championships - for a first time on foiling kiteboards in both the regulated Formula Kite class and the open development…
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Nocher and Kalinina clear ahead before the medal races at the 2016 Kiteracing Europeans

It has been a very intense competition day, with nine rounds for the entire Fleet. Tomorrow in the medal series, the top 10 men will race in the platinum fleet, then the remaining…

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IKA takes on Foilboarding

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During the recently held IKA class Annual General Meeting, the class rules for a new foilboarding class have been approved. This new class will be administered by the IKA, and class business is to be conducted through an independent sub-committee chaired by Olivier Mouragues (FRA).

All national associations and fleets are encouraged to get in touch with the IKA office if they wish to become part of the foilboarding sub-committee. The task of this sub-committee is to develop class rules and decide on the class policies, which then will be administered by IKA.

The first ever foilboarding world championship is to be held next spring in France. The Notive of Race will be published shortly.

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ISAF conference finall decisions

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Day 2 of the ISAF council meeting here in San Juan, Puerto Rico, came to an end with a couple of more inportant decisions regarding kiteboarding.

First of all, Kiteboarding will have an own rules appendix for the course racing discipline in the printed 2013-2016 edition of the racing rules of sailing. The rules for our other disciplines will be kept evolving.

Out plan is to use the new rulebook, which is an updated version of appendix BB, already from 2012 for all competitions.

The other important decision today was with regard to the selection of kiteboarding as Olympic discipline. Trials will be held beginning of next year, together with the trials for the womens skiff and the mixed multihull. Word is that this will be done in Santander, Spain, in April, but as council has also urged ISAF to decide on all equipment already in the midyear May meeting, this might change.

Things are definately moving forward for us, and kiteboarding again received strong support from all around the world of sailing, however it is still a long to go and we will have to discuss during the next days and weeks what the best strategy is. Fingers crossed !

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