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 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
Sarah-Quita Offringa won five heats one after the other in the double elimination of the Nove Nove Aloha Classic event on Maui to get the event title. It was a dramatic and fascinating competition with awesome actions.It was Sarah’s first wave victory in the PWA World Cup competition. Congrats and we are looking forward to see much more victories of her in 2017.
Iballa Moreno (1), Daida Moreno (2) and Sarah-Quita Offringa (3), all on Maui Ultra Fins.
Because no wave competition was possible and because Iballa and Daida are not attending the final event in Maui the final ranking was determined.
Congrats to all our team riders.
Congrats to Adrien for his excellent 3rd place in Freestyle double elimination against Gollito Estredo (1st) and Amado Vrieswijk (2nd). Adrien is sailing the X-Style 18.
This year a wave competition took place on the PWA Sylt event where our wave team rider women were very successful.
Iballa Moreno 1st place
Daida Moreno 2nd place
Sahra-Quita Offringa 3rd place
Lina Erpenstein 5th place
Maaike Huvermann 9th place
Arianne Aukes 9th place
Caterina Stenta 9th place
Caro Weber 9th place
Congrats team rider Fabi Grundmann for 1st in the International German Championships in Raceboard Class.
‘First place in changing conditions from 5 to 25 kts with my Slalom Race Carbon 52 on Lake Dümmer’
After five very eventful days on Sylt at Brandenburger Strand the German SUP Challenge ended with the German Championship in Technical Race.
Noelani is the new German Champion in Technical Race and German SUP Champion overall for 2016!
Congratulations. Noelani paddles our SUP Race 02 fin.
Sarah with the new Style Pro 02 fin.
Here the results of an outstanding competition of the PWA freestyle event at Sotavento, Fuerteventura. Congrats to all of them.
Teamrider Adrien Bosson got a 2nd place on the EFTP freestyle event after Steven van Broeckhoven.
Adrien sailed MUF X-Style fin. Also, Sam Esteve reached a good 10th place.
Our team riders got excellent results at the first PWA-Wave event this year at Pozo, Gran Canaria.
Congratulations to all of them.
Daida Moreno, 1st,
Sahra-Quita Offringa, 2nd,
Iballa Moreno, 3rd,
Lina Erpenstein, 5th,
Arianne Aukes, 9th and
Caterina Stenta, 9th.
Philip Köster 2nd,
Florian Jung, 9th,
Marc Paré, 17th and
Dario Ojeda, 25th
Dario is a well known wave rider started windsurfing in the Canary Islands. Living near Pozo Izquierdo, he had the best training spot to get the skills to became a professional wave rider getting some places in the top ten in the PWA competitions.
We are happy to have Dario with us and wish him all the best in the coming competitions.
Noelani secured 6th place at “Fastest Paddler on Earth” on Lost Mills international SUP race event, Brombachsee, Germany! Noelani paddled a Naish board with a Maui Ultra Fins SUP Race Delta 20 fin.
The Maui Ultra Fins team riders Jan-Niklas Paasch, Jannis Maus Annet and
Jan Bremer showed a great performance in the challenging conditions during
the Sylt Summer Opening 2016.
Annet Bremer was the one and only girl, competing in the men’s racing fleet.
She achieved a stunning 10th place. In the Formula Raceboard juniors
division Jan Bremer scored a second place, followed by Jan-Niklas Paasch in
third. Jan-Niklas also achieved a second place in the juniors Slalom Race
Rider: Jan-Niklas Paasch Photo: Frank Sterenberg
The most successful Maui Ultra Fins rider was the reigning German Champion
Jannis Maus with a first place finish in the Formula Raceboard discipline
and a third place in the big air contest. Jannis reports:
“Starting of on Wednesday, riders first had challenging Eastern offshore
conditions on the island of Sylt. Although the weather was beautiful, we
were fighting hard out there with gusts blowing up to 25 knots. After 8
races, we were done for the day and finally fell into bed. Next day, the
Skippers’ Meeting was set for 10:00am with a first possible start for the
youth Slalom at 10:45, so there was a little more time to rest in the sun.
When racing started in the afternoon, we were able to complete 3 more races
and I was able to dominate all three of them.
Rider: Jannis Maus Photo: Anja Kiebler
With shifting winds ranging from moderate to strong north-western winds on
Friday, Freestyle was on schedule and continued until the end of
competition. Even there I could score a third place in the Big Air
discipline. So, I’m looking forward now to the next part of the German
championship on Fehmarn in the beginning of June.”
Good luck to our kite team for the summer tour!
Picture 1: Rider: Jan-Niklas Paasch and Jan Bremer Photo: Edgar Paasch
Congratulations to our team rider Adrien Bosson who had a fantastic start to the season in earning a maiden podium place.
His 3rd place after Amado Vrieswijk and Gollito Estredo gives him an excellent position to the coming events.
Due to his superior performance in the previous season by winning his third world title in wave riding Philip was selected for Surfer of the Year 2015 in Germany. The award ceremony was held at the biggest trade fair, the Boot at Düsseldorf, January 23, 2016.
However, Philip was absent he is currently at a surf contest and a photo shooting in Australia, but he sent a video message greetings to the numerous visitors in the exhibition hall.
Congratulations to our team rider Philip