From 28 February to 3 March on the tropical island of Miyako, at the southern end of the archipelago of Japan, you and’ turn the Defi Wind Japan. 81 competitors among amateurs and champions like Philip Köster (Starboard, Severne Sails, Dakine, Red Bull, Maui Ultra-bright Fins, VW), Björn Dunkerbeck (Starboard, Severne Sails, Ocean Earth, Red Bull, Gopro, DunkerbeckEyewear, Chris Benz, Camp David, Siam Park, surfbd.com), Sarah Quita Offringa (Starboard, NeilPryde, Brunotti Sportswear, Maui Ultra-bright Fins), Andrea Cucchi (Starboard, Point 7, Plansrl.it, Gul), Nicolas Warembourg (JP, NeilPryde, Ultramaina Golf and Gliss, OGS voile, NP, Loc surf) Boujmaa Guilloul and (Starboard, Severne Sails, Mystic, Rockstar Energy Drink, MFC, Shamal Sunglasses).
After 3 days of entertaining fun race because of insufficient wind conditions, the wind has finally exploded strong enough to validate three official races on the final day of the Defi Wind Japan. Three different winners have excelled. Ludovic Jossin and Suni Yunaka win this first Defi Wind in the land of the rising sun.
Andrea Cucchi and’ party like a Cannonball in the first heat, the Italian winner of the Defi Wind 2014 in Gruissan has left no other leading the first race and win. Ludo Jossin finished second while Nicolas Warembourg completed the podium. In the second heat behind Jossin, ENG-1 you forgot to sign before entering the sea and been disqualified, in accordance with the rules. Sarah Quita Offringa shared the same fate in girls, While fighting the first 6-7 places in general classification.
From then on, the road to victory was all for female Yuki Sunaga (8VA absolute). Among men, the fight continued until the last race. Already winner in Gruissan and the Bonaire, Nicolas Warembourg aimed to win here in Japan and I was hiding. He won the third and final round of the day, but at the same time, sure of his speed, Ludo Jossin wasn't shaking.
Cutting the line in second position he retained command of the overall standings ahead of Warembourg that put things in perspective: “I'm a little’ disappointed, Obviously, but after is so, I made mistakes and pay them. It was a great event, We were in the water every day, so I'm happy! ” Ludovic Jossin and Yuki Sunaga can then Exult: are the winners of the first Defi Wind Japan. “I'm happy, It shows that my equipment works fine, It was a great event, Miyako is superb, I recommend it to everyone, and the Japanese are very polite and respectful.” commented Ludovic Jossin very soberly on his return at the beach.
Eventually after windsurfing every day and three official rounds, the first Defi Wind Japan in Miyako has kept its promises. The story has just begun but it is already very nice. After a lovely weekend in this place of dreams, all participants can leave the island happy with these beautiful moments spent on the ground and on the water. From now on, the eyes are turning to the Defi Wind of Gruissan where you will be treated Yunaka Suni and Anami Tomonori!
source & photo: Defi Wind
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