SEBASTIAN KÖRDEL

THE LOWDOWN 

I started windsurfing when I was 7 years old and got absolutely hooked. Being a competitive person it was only natural to start racing at some point and after winning multiple national titles in Germany and Swiss I concentrated on the PWA. After finishing my studies in Corporate Management and Economics at the Zeppelin University in Friedrichshafen I was lucky enough to find good sponsors and turned pro in 2015. Since then I’m hunting that PWA World title and also compete in the new Olympic IQFOiL class.

RECENT RESULTS

  • Winner of the 2020 international IQ-Foil games (unofficial
    World championships)
  • 2020 Vice European champion IQ-Foil
  • 2018 PWA Vice World champion in Foiling
  • Winner of the Azores Foil Challenge 2018 (highest doted windsurf
    race of the year)
  • 5th place 2019 annual PWA World ranking Foil
  • 10th place 2017 annual PWA World ranking Slalom
  • German Windsurfing champion 2012
  • German Windsurfing course race Champion 2013
  • International Swiss Champion 2011
  • 3 times winner of the Engadin Windsurf Marathon (oldest windsurf
    race in history) 2009/2010/2011
  • 2 times vice World champion Slalom Youth (U20) 2008/2009

Facebook: @sebastiankoerdel 

Instagram: @sebastian.koerdel

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