The Formula Windsurfing Foil Grand Prix kicked off in style in Puck, Poland, on a day that was nothing short of spectacular. With 32 competitors from 2 countries, including past and present Masters World Champions, the competition was bound to be fierce, and it did not disappoint.
The event, which will span over four days, started with six races on the first day. The competitors were greeted with ideal weather conditions, with the sun shining bright and a steady wind blowing at around 15 knots. The conditions were perfect for the athletes to showcase their skills, and they did not disappoint the spectators who had come out to watch.
The races were filled with action, and the competitors pushed themselves to the limits as they battled for the top spot. Reigning Masters World Champion Paweł Dittrich from Poland was the star of the day, as he took the lead after the first six races. His experience and skill were evident as he maneuvered his way through the course with ease, leaving his competitors trailing behind.
But it was not just Dittrich who put up an impressive show. The other competitors also gave their all and displayed their expertise in the sport.
As the first day came to an end, the competitors retired to their accommodation, exhausted but happy after a day well spent. They knew that the next three days would be just as challenging, but they were determined to give it their best shot.
The second day of the competition is set to start at 11:00 am, and the athletes will be back on the water, battling it out for the top spot. With 24 more races scheduled, the competition is far from over, and anything can happen. The athletes are aware of this, and they know that they will have to stay focused and give their all if they want to win.