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Tenerife PWA-Wave-Winners 2017

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Congrats to our successful team riders:

1st       Iballa Moreno and Philip Köster

2nd     Sarah-Quita Offringa

3rd     Daida Moreno

9th     Arrianne Aukes and Caterina Stenta

13th   Caroline Weber

 

15-18 Year Old Girl’s

1st     Nicole Bandini

2nd   Alexa Escherich

16-18 Year Old Boy’s

1st     Noah Vocker

 

 

Tamara successful again

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Team rider Tamara Bockius from Maui won the 2017 State Hawai’i Championship, Slalom, Women again.

Further, she won also the 2017 US Windsurf Championship, Slalom, Women, in Berkeley, California.

Congrats to Tamara!

MUF-Team on top at PWA World Cup Fuerteventura

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Congrats to our successful team sailing the Style-Pro-02 freestyle fin:

Women’s Freestyle

1st and ten times world championship Sarah Quitta-Offringa

2nd Maaike Huvermann

3rd Oda Johanne

4th Arianne Aukes

7th Claire Elliot

8th Alexa Escherich

Alexa also became PWA Rookie of the year.

Men’s Freestyle

6th Adrien Bosson

17th Adrian Beholz

Giovanni Passini

Marco Lufen

Nicolas Akgazciyan

25th Yegor Popretinskiy

Yarden Meir

 

 

 

 

New U.S. National Team Rider Tamara Bockius

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Tamara is well known on Maui, Hawai'i where she is also living.
She is the current and six times Hawai'i State Open Women's Champion and also
three times U.S. National Champion on Slalom Races.
We welcome Tamara to join our team and we wish her more successful competitions
with the new Maui Ultra Fins slalom gear.

The new Slalom-Pro-Carbon now available

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The Slalom-Pro-Carbon (SPC) was developed over the last 2 years by MUF founder and fin designer Rick Hanke and a slalom test team lead by Kurosh Kiani.

The SPC was designed especially for high speed. It features a narrower outline compared to the Slalom Race fin and a new thin low drag profile, making it extremely fast on all courses. The SPC is especially suited for racing in rough and overpowered conditions and accelerates great from jibes.

The extremely precise high-end RTM-production in Germany allows for the lightest weight possible (e.g. 230 gram for a 30 cm TT SPC) and all fins are absolutely identical in layup and performance.

Kurosh Kiani: “The new Slalom-Pro-Carbon is designed with maximum speed in mind. The foil has been thinned out, and the new combination of stiffness and rake has been fine tuned for optimum performance!“

PB*, TT, DTT**

* 20-42 cm, ** 34-56 cm