14th of February 2017, Germany, 2017 Multivan Formula Windsurfing World Championship

Formula Windsurfing World Championships in Germany. Enter online now!

We would like to invite you to the Formula Windsurfing World Championships in Germany. The event will take place from May 29th to June 05th in Westerland on Sylt. The enter-online, notice of race and traveling & accomodation info are available now!

Registration:
https://registration.internationalwindsurfing.com/en/events/register/id/83

Notice of Race:
http://www.formulawindsurfing.org/nor/233

Traveling and accomodation info:
http://windsurfcup.de/uploads/images/NoR2017/reiseinfo_sos_indesign_online.pdf

Parental Permission:
http://www.internationalwindsurfing.com/userfiles/documents/Parental_Permission_Form_FW_Worlds_2017_Germany.pdf

Schedule

May 27th to 28th: Arrival & Training

May 29th:
Registration (10:00am-04:00pm)
pening ceremony (06:00pm)

May 30th to June 5th:
skippers meeting (10:00 am)
first possible start (11:00am)

June 5th:
last possible warning (03:00pm)
prize giving ceremony (05:00pm)
departure

Entry Fee (Men/Women)

- early-bird: 160,- € (April 30th 2017)
- required entry fee: 190,- € (May 22nd 2017)
- late entry fee: 210,- € (May 29th 2017)

Entry Fee (Youth)

- early-bird: 130,- € (April 30th 2017)
- required entry fee: 160,- € (May 22nd 2017)
- late entry fee: 180,- € (May 29th 2017)

Prizes

- Prizes may be awarded to the first three of each division
- there shall be a prize fund of 10.000€ (net of taxes) which shall be distributed according the IFWC Rules.

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