Friday, 26 August 2011


Super light wind in Germany, only one race fnished and Julien Kerneur strikes another victory, the third for Julien during this event!

At 3pm the wind was fairly light but higher than 6 knots confirming the new rule to start the course racing discipline. The three leaders of the ranking were on the exact same kite, a 17 meters, and kept on crossing each other throughout the course. Kerneur (FRA, RRD Custom boards) remembered pumping with his legs by pushing on the board to gain some speed and managed to go faster than the others on the last reaching tack, he went on to win the race.

Results Race 11:
1. Julien Kerneur (FRA, RRD Custom Boards)

2. John Heineken (USA)

3. Adam Koch (USA)

Overall ranking after 11 races:
1. Adam Koch (USA)

2. John Heineken (USA)

3. Julien Kerneur (FRA, RRD Custom Boards)

7. Tomek Janiek (POL, RRD K-Race 65)

Today in the afternoon the conditions should be good enough to start the Freestyle discipline again. So maybe we'll see again Sebastien Garat in action... we'll keep you posted...

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