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Competition/2011/Masters Europeans

2011 Raceboard Masters European Championships

22-28 October 2011 - Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy


Fernando Lamadrid is European Masters Champion

After 5 days of racing, and 12 races competed in wide range of conditions, Fernando Lamadrid (ESP 951) emerged as European Masters Champion. It was a very close battle between Fernando and second placed Franck Luop (FRA58) with only one point separating them at the close of racing. Races won went in favour of the Spaniard - 6 to 5. Bronze medal winner Frank Spoettel (GER 114) took the other race win, and sailed a consistent series to make the final podium place.

Challenging conditions faced the masters fleet - not only were the conditions difficult, with strong winds and big swell on two days, but a new course posed fresh challenges.

Sharing course B with the RS:X youth also meant mastering the slalom finish favoured by the olympic class!

Claudio Alessandrello, Race Officer, masterminded the efficient race committee; and Windsurfing Club Cagliari played perfect host for the week long windfest.

The race area for the Windsurfing Cagliari 2011 Techno 293 and Raceboard Championships will be 0.5 miles E-SE from the Marina Piccola harbour and just 0.2 miles off Poetto beach.

Equipment Form  / Notice of Race
Club Website  Event Website  /  Accommodation & Travel

Cagliari, capital of the island of Sardinia, will be the venue for the Junior Youth and Masters European Championships taking place from 22nd to 28th October.

Windsurfing Club Cagliari has hosted many windsurfing championships, a friendly and well organised club that has a great beach front with access to a wide bay offering superb racing conditions.

The club base is on the Poetto, the main beach of Cagliari, which stretches for about eight kilometers, from Sella del Diavolo (the Devil's Saddle) up to the coastline of Quartu Sant'Elena.

Not only is Cagliari a world renowned windsurfing location, the city is an important regional cultural and artistic centre, known for its diverse Art Nouveau architecture and several monuments

Cagliari is well served for travellers with a main port and ferry terminal and an international airport.

Organized by: 

Windsurfing Club Cagliari
in co-operation with
Techno293 Italy
& F.I.V. - Federazione Italiana Vela

Sardegne.com is the exclusive travel and logistics partner of the event. They have selected the best accommodation and will be glad to help you find the best solution according to your needs at a very favourable price. They also offer a wide range of other services including -airline and ferry travel, car rental, tours, and transfers.

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