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Registration for Leucate Now Open!

Pre-registration ends April 6th!

Get ready to be part of the GWA WINGFOIL WORLD TOUR 2021. 

We are running several events in different countries around the world in the two professional disciplines: Surf-Freestyle and Surf-Race and also Amateur divisions where available. Preregister for one or more events in the disciplines that you want to compete in. Preregistration for our first event in Leucate, France ends on April 6th. 

Due to a limited number of starters in a Pro division, the final confirmation for your participation in the Pro division will be sent to you via email as soon as approved, at the latest 3 weeks prior to the first day of the event. 

 

The 2021 GWA Wingfoil disciplines are:

Surf-Freestyle

The Surf-Freestyle discipline includes the expression format where competitors surf waves or swells and perform air and surface tricks using the given water conditions. It is a mix of both wave riding and air tricks.

 

Registration for Leucate Now Open!

Surf-Race 

In the Surf-Race discipline, multiple competitors ride around a course with a start and finish line that combines jibes, tacks and parts of pumping or surfing without wing assistance. The Race Director sets the course according to the given conditions in the competition area. It is called Surf-Race because it includes upwind racing with surfing/pumping downwind.

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