For Links to Class websites and video features scroll to the bottom of this home page

. . . Raceboard World Championships Under Way in Salou . . . and . . . IFCA Women's World & Men's European Slalom Championships in La Tranche 

Home
Organisation
Competition
Women
Connect to Windsurfing
Links
Archive News
Contact

YouTube  facebook  email


Subscribe to IWA News
 

GET RULES

GET INSURANCE
(EU CITIZENS ONLY)

GET SAIL NUMBERS

RSC

WOW

R300
D2
Home

FORMULA WORLDS 2017 youth&masters - DAY 5

King is dead, god bless the king ? Well not really. King is still the king after 15 hard races of another championship.

Posted by Int Formula Windsurfing Class on Saturday, 1 July 2017
Thailand and Philippines lead the Worlds!
Posted On:  15/06/2017 11:56:56

Thailand female sailor Siripon Kaewduangngam has been crowned 2017 RS:One World Champion ahead of Peiling Chen from China and Blanca Manchon (2010 Rolex Sailor of the year) from Spain.

In the Men's fleet, the 2012 (and first) RS:One World Champion, Geylord Coveta from Philippines, stamped his authority with an outrageous dominancy and claimed the 2017 RS:One World Champion title. Thailand Team impressed with the organisation and consistent performances bringing back home the second and third position with its sailors Navin Singsart and Nathaphong Phonoppharat.
 
This Championship was, without any doubt, one of the best the Class had the chance to co-organise. Vietnam's energy, dedication and incredible welcome seduced all competitors which came from all around the globe including new windsurfing nation such Cambodia. The RS:One Class has always been dedicated to promote and develop the sport globally and to support new emerging nation programs. Mr Duong, from the Canoeing, Rowing & Sailing Federation orchestrated, with all his team, a brilliant and inspiring first official sailing event ever in Vietnam. The Federation is now bidding to host the 2019 RS:X Youth Worlds and 2020 RS:X Convertible foiling World Championships.
 
It has also been confirmed by Mr Neil Pryde, the RS:One Class President, that the 2018 Asian Championships will be held in Goa while Penghu will organise the 2018 World Championship. Goa is certainly very excited by this opportunity to grow the windsurfing One design in India. Goa will also host the 2019 RS:One World Championships and China has been chosen for the 2019 Asian Championships.
 
Final ranking after 13 races:

Women
1- Siripon Kaewduangngam - THA
2- Peiling Chen - CHN
3- Blanca Manchon - ESP
 
Men

1- Geylord Coveta - PHI
2- Navin Singsart - THA
3- Natthaphong Phonoppharat - THA
 
Full results:

UPCOMING EVENTS

NOTICES OF RACE

ENTER ON-LINE

ENTRY LISTS

FAQ


RECENT EVENTS

Formula Experience Formula WindsurfingIFCA   IMCO ISWCRaceboard  Division II  RsOne  Techno  Phantom 295
website content © International Windsurfing Association, design by AWNet Limited © Christopher Gibson