IMPROVE YOUR CORE SKILLS WITH ONE OF THE BEST IN THE BUSINESS
Severne rider and freestyle World Champion Dieter Van der Eyken is hosting a masterclass in 2023 in collaboration with René Égli Fuerteventura.
From the 28th of May till the 2nd of June, the 2015 Freestyle world champion Dieter van der Eyken and René Egli are joining forces to offer a one-of-a-kind Windsurfer Improver Masterclass.
The goal of this masterclass is to improve your core windsurfing skills. This goes from the stance on the board and improving early planning to nailing better gybes, tacks, and jumping control. The masterclass also offers the option to get into your first freestyle moves or more high level jumps such as forward loops. This six-day coaching camp could very well change your windsurfing for good.
Minimum entry level– Beach start, water start– Planing in footstraps and harness– Going upwind/downwind without problems– Basic gybing (they don’t need to be consistent yet)– Motivation to improve your sailing.– Min. age 16 years if accompanied by an adult otherwise min. age 18Max. group size is 8 person, so register fast!
6 days of coaching + 6 days of premium rental at René Egli = 750,- euros.
This includes material insurance, special event lycra, and a special event T-shirt.
*For camp participants there will be a special 5% discount when booking accommodation at the iNNSiDE by Melia Fuerteventura.
Where to sign up
Sign up here; https://forms.gle/Lvb1yWpcfJqZMNKx9
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