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  1. One last blast in the Best Trick competition on Day Five in Fuerteventura Wednesday 24th July, 2019 Words: Matt Pearce / Photos: Svetlana Romantsova 1). Arthur Guillebert makes the pass in today's Best Trick comp. It was the last day of the event today in Sotavento at the GKA Freestyle World Cup Fuerteventura. After four days of relentless wind (it’s been blowing non-stop since the event began), some of the riders were still keen for more so it was time for the Best Trick competition. There would be three heats - strapless freestyle, men’s twintip and women’s twintip - and riders would have five trick attempts each. Scores were awarded for 50% height and 50% technical ability and, with the wind pushing past 30 knots and into big air territory, that meant the competitors would be able to ride to the conditions and send it! 2). Pippa pulls the trigger Pippa van Iersel won the women’s heat against Alexandra Torres with some sizeable kiteloops, and it was a strong showing from the young Dutch rider whose winters in Cape Town and summers in Tarifa have helped her develop her boosting ability. 3). Kiko Roig Torres takes the win. In the strapless freestyle heat, Kiko Roig Torres built on his already standalone performances in yesterday’s team Big Air event with a convincing win. Big rotations and cleanly executed landings set him apart, but some close scores from Pedro Matos and Anderson Reboucas kept him on his toes. 4). Lewis Crathern had the upper hand when it came to height! The third and final heat was a seven man clash in which the male twintip riders showed a really diverse range of styles. Some opted for old school moves like board-offs and deadmans, while others went for freestyle-influenced tricks or kiteloop / megaloop variations. 5). Arthur Guillebert will be happy with his result today after sustaining a heavy crash in the Main Event. Arthur Guillebert won the heat with a massive backside 317, but he was pushed all the way by Lewis Crathern who scored three tricks over 7 points while also sticking the best loop of the heat. Lewis might well have beaten Arthur on his last trick attempt, but a lull in the wind thwarted him as he lined up for a boogie loop resulting in a low score with no more chances available to him. 6). Nelson Gomez booting it into the great beyond. Lewis had to settle for second while Nelson Gomez from Colombia took third with a trick far older than he is himself - a massive deadman board-off! It was a fitting end to an awesome event where the conditions have delivered day after day. The action on the water has been stellar, with Adeuri Corniel and Paula Novotna surging to victory ahead of the usual suspects in their divisions. The overall rankings have now shifted with Maxime Chabloz moving into first place ahead of Carlos Mario as Pippa van Iersel closes in on Mikaili Sol at the top of the women’s table. See full results and tour rankings below. GKA Freestyle World Cup Fuerteventura results 7). Adeuri Corniel, Maxime Chabloz, Gianmaria Coccoluto, Carlos Mario GKA FREESTYLE WORLD CUP FUERTEVENTURA - MEN 1: Adeuri Corniel (DOM) 2: Maxime Chabloz (CHE) 3: Gianmaria Coccoluto (ITA) 4: Carlos Mario (BRA) 8). Paula Novotna, Pippa van Iersel, Mikaili Sol, Bruna Kajiya GKA FREESTYLE WORLD CUP FUERTEVENTURA - WOMEN 1: Paula Novotna (CZE) 2: Pippa van Iersel (NLD) 3: Mikaili Sol (BRA) 4: Bruna Kajiya (BRA) 9). GKA Kite World Tour - Freestyle World Fuerteventura 2019 BEST TRICK COMPETITION TWINTIP MEN 1: Arthur Guillebert (FRA) 2: Lewis Crathern (GBR) 3: Nelson Gomez (COL) TWINTIP WOMEN 1: Pippa van Iersel (NLD) 2: Alexandra Torres (ESP) STRAPLESS FREESTYLE MEN 1: Kiko Roig Torres (ESP) 2: Pedro Matos (BRA) 3: Anderson Reboucas (DEU) 10). Adeuri Corniel, Paula Novotna GKA KITE WORLD TOUR 2019 FREESTYLE RANKINGS MEN'S TOP FIVE 1: Maxime Chabloz (CHE) 2: Carlos Mario (BRA) 3: Gianmaria Coccoluto (ITA) 4: Liam Whaley (ESP) 5: Adeuri Corniel (DOM) WOMEN'S TOP FIVE 1: Mikaili Sol (BRA) 2: Pippa van Iersel (NLD) 3: Bruna Kajiya (BRA) 4: Therese Taabbel (DNK) 5: Rita Arnaus (ESP) GKA Freestyle World Cup | Fuerteventura 2019 | Big Air Invitational Event page.
  2. CORNIEL CROWNED GKA FREESTYLE WORLD CUP FUERTEVENTURA CHAMPION! Monday 22nd July 2019 Report: Matt Pearce / All photos: Svetlana Romantsova Yesterday Paula Novotna won the women’s division here at the GKA Freestyle World Cup Fuerteventura 2019, and today Adeuri Corniel won the men’s with the most powerful performance of the entire event! Here’s how it happened round by round... 1). Corniel the Conqueror! Semi-Finals The action kicked off at 11:35 this morning with the first semi-finals heat. Adeuri opened with a double heart attack for 8.6 but Maxime bested that with a BIG BS 317 for 8.73 and the duel was on! Corniel then took the lead with a slim 7 for 9.17 points and a hefty 317 but, as the end of the heat neared, Chabloz was closing in with an even bigger slim 7 for 9.33 points. Corniel was still in the lead though and, while that would have perhaps changed if Maxime had landed his backmobe 7 attempt, he retained his position. Corniel and Chabloz went through with Nico Delmas and Valentin Rodriguez exiting the event. 2). Gianmaria Coccoluto stood on his first GKA Kite World Tour podium today. In the second semis heat the riders went blow-for-blow, trick-for-trick. None of them were opting for ‘bankers’ (easy tricks for safe points) and the lead was changing every time one of them touched down. At the halfway point though, it was Louka Pitot and Gianmaria Coccoluto in the top two positions while former World Champs Carlos Mario and Liam Whaley were down in third and fourth. 3). Carlos climbed back from the brink in the semi-finals. Liam and Carlos needed to make their move, but Liam was getting unlucky with his timing and lining up for tricks, edging and releasing to find that he’d missed the gusts and didn’t have enough power to land the trick he was aiming for. Carlos was having similar difficulty, but when he finally stuck a heart attack five for 9.07 points he was able to move into first. Gianmaria then seized the top spot from him with a 319, the first of the event, to go through to the final with Carlos while Louka Pitot and Liam Whaley were knocked out of the running. 4). Whaley the warrior - Liam was unlucky today, but his relentless focus shone through. The Finals So now it was down to the wire with Gianmaria Coccoluto, Carlos Mario, Adeuri Corniel and Maxime Chabloz about to face off. The wind was picking up to 30 knots in the gusts and the event title was on the line. Carlos surged into first place early with a clean front blind mobe but Adeuri still had the momentum after his semi-finals win and he hammered home a MASSIVE double heart attack to move ahead of Mario. The riders were sizing down to eight metre kites as Chabloz took the top spot with a backside 315 and he managed to hold it for all of a couple of minutes before Carlos Mario nailed a 317 to take it from him. 5). A last ditch effort, but it didn't pay off. It looked like Carlos might pull away with the heat from here on (as he often does) but Adeuri had other ideas and a huge 319 earned him 9.49 and knocked Mario off the first place spot. It was so big and powered that, had he not scrubbed the landing a little, it would probably have scored him a 10! The final was now Adeuri’s to lose with Carlos down in fourth due to the efforts of Gianmaria and Maxime who were battling for second. Corniel slotted a KGB just to make sure he had a decent points buffer and Maxime Chabloz was now the only person who could potentially take first from him – and he was going to need a 9.29 to do it! 6). Adeuri was holding down insane amounts of power today! Maxime had one option. He had to do a backmobe 7 - a trick that had earned him the only perfect 10 of the event when he'd landed it on day one. He headed out the back, went for it and made it, but he'd butt-checked his landing so it wasn't perfect... but would it do? No it wouldn't! The judges only awarded him a 7.6 for it and it wouldn’t be enough. He’d secured second, but Adeuri Corniel from the Dominican Republic had won with a gargantuan combined score of 36.03! 7). Maxime Chabloz goes for broke. Adeuri is a prodigious talent no doubt, but at the start of this event many people would have had their money on Carlos Mario or Maxime Chabloz. To have overcome such a stacked field is not only a huge achievement for him, but may also signal a potential changing of the guard at the top of the division so it's doubly impressive! Check the final standings after that beast of a heat below. 8). Adeuri Corniel, Maxime Chabloz, Gianmaria Coccoluto, Carlos Mario MEN'S FINAL RESULTS 1: Adeuri Corniel (DOM) 2: Maxime Chabloz (CHE) 3: Gianmaria Coccoluto (ITA) 4: Carlos Mario (BRA) UP NEXT... That's the Main Event completed, but the GKA Freestyle World Cup Fuerteventura is not over yet. This afternoon, the riders were out warming up for tomorrow's Big Air event which will see mixed teams of kiteboarders and strapless freestylers going head-to-head in a battle for the skies. GKA Freestyle World Cup | Fuerteventura 2019 | Men's Finals Day Highights Event page.
  3. WKC Akyaka Podium

    WKC Turkey is a wrap! An exceptional event, with all athletes performing to an extremely high level. We are witnessing a new generation of rising freestyle talent, and these are exciting times. The final standings for the event are as follows: Men: 1st Carlos Mario 2nd Adeuri Corniel 3rd Maxime Chabloz 4th Valentin Rodriguez 5th Youri Zoon 6th Set Teixeria 7th Stefan Spiesberger 8th Alex Pastor 1). 2018 World Kiteboarding Championship in Akyaka, Turkey. Women: 1st Mikaili Sol 2nd Paula Novotna 3rd Francesca Bagnoli 4th Claudia Leon 2). 2018 World Kiteboarding Championship in Akyaka, Turkey. The full rankings can be viewed here. 3). 2018 World Kiteboarding Championship in Akyaka, Turkey. All of the week's action from the LIVE stream can be re-watched on our YouTube Channel. Thanks to everyone for tuning in, and to the organizers and athletes for this incredible first stop of the WKC. View all results and ladders for the competition here. The next event for the WKC with be in Dakhla, Morocco, next November. WKC Media
  4. Adeuri Corniel

    Professional kiteboarder-Cabarete,Dominican Repúblic 1°European and runner-up world champion
  5. Day Five in Fehmarn, Germany, started with a bang. After another early 7am skipper's meeting, the much anticipated Men's Freestyle Main Event finally got underway. The conditions were a slight improvement on yesterday, blowing around 15 knots, and not as off-shore as we have seen previously. For Round 1, Heat 1, we saw Adeuri Corniel from the Dominican Republic put on a strong display, landing a nice Backside 317 scoring 7.87 points. Former World Champion Youri Zoon from the Netherlands put on an outstanding performance, hoping to make up for his errors in the previous event in Cabarete where he got knocked out in Round 1. His efforts were well rewarded with several high scores including the highest scoring trick of the day, a nice Frontside 317 which gave him 8.37 points. It was Zoon and Corniel who gained 1st and 2nd position and will be passing directly through to Round 3. Passing through to the second round will be Set Teixera from Brasil and Paul Serin from France, who both battled hard to remain in the top 4 and therefore gain a second chance in the next round. 1). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Five The second heat of Round 1 for the men unfortunately was cancelled due to the deteriorating conditions. With the winds being below the required amount needed to run the freestyle competition, the freestyle riders were released for the day. 2). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Five The final day of foil racing saw the riders fighting to gain headway with the light wind conditions. Four races took place over a two hour period, with some mixed results compared to previous days. The first race was won by German rider Benni Boelli, the second by the consistent rider Florian Gruber, the third once again by Boelli, and the fourth race was won by young Russian racer Dennis Taradin. After an anxious wait, and a total of 8 races, the final results were posted, and Florian Gruber once again reigned victorious at this event in Fehmarn, Germany. 3). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Five The final Foil results stand as follows: 1st: Florian Gruber 2nd: Adriaan Geislinger 3rd: Benni Boelli 4th: Oliver Hansen 5th: Jannis Maus 6th: Peter Mueller 7th: James Johnson 8th: Reinhold Gehrer 9th: Denis Taradin 10th: Elias Oauhmid 4). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Five 5). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Five Skipper's meeting has been called for 8am tomorrow, with a first possible start at 8.30am. The focus will be to complete the Freestyle Main Event. WKL Media
  6. Day Four at the Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Day Four commenced with an early start for the riders and crew, with a 7am skipper's meeting in order to not miss out on the suitable conditions. Fehmarn finally provided some stronger winds, so the freestyle trials could get underway! The first heats of the day were the Men's trials, with side-offshore winds of approximately 20 to 25 knots. The competition area was moved further out to try and improve the conditions for the riders, but they were still challenging. 1). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Four There was high pressure throughout the trials as the men battled it out to gain one of the 6 spots available in the main event. Sadly, Spanish rider Maxi Gomez injured himself in the first heat, going for a big KGB, and had to be assisted out of the water. Young rider Lars de Groof from Belgium performed solidly and locked himself a position in the Main event. Italian rider Gianmaria Coccoluto put on a impressive display, and did a powerful Back Mobe 5 which scored him 7.07 points, but the consistency of Luis Alberto Cruz, our previous event winner from the Dominican Republic, put him in first position, and guaranteed him a place in the main event. 2). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Four Austrian rider Mike Schitzhofer also pulled out some solid tricks and was extremely happy to secure his way through to the next round. Adeuri Corniel continued on from his good performance in the last event in Cabarete, scoring 7 points for a nice Front Blind Mobe, also placing him first in his heat and securing his spot in the main event. In Heat 5 we saw the young Dominican rider Joselito del Rosario claim a deserved win over his other competitors. The last man to win his heat and pass through was the young 16 year old rider Anthar Racca from Mexico. He performed a good variety of tricks including an S-Mobe 5 with gave him the advantage over his competitors. The Women also struggled with the tough conditions, but Laura Jaubert performed a solid display of tricks to earn her position in the main event. Joining her was Annabel Van Westerop, giving a strong and confident performance, her S-bend to Blind scoring a nice 6.9, the highest Women's score of the day. The last heat of the trials was a tight call between Francesca Bagnoli from Italy and Isabeau Galiart from the Netherlands, but is was Isabeau who nailed a nice S-bend to Blind in the last moment that gave her the advantage and the final spot in the main event. 3). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Four The challenging and gusty winds continued to blow, so at 6.30 pm the main freestyle event got underway. The girls continued to struggle with the wind conditions, but it was UK rider Hannah Whiteley and Czech rider Paula Novotna who earned their 1st and 2nd places in their heat, passing them both directly to round 3. In Heat number 2, Isabeau Galiart managed to continue with her powerful riding and won her heat landing a nice Hinterberger Mobe, followed by Pauline Valesa who finished with a nice S-Bend to Blind, and will be joining her in Round Three. 4). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Four At 8 pm the event was called off for the day. It was a successful day with over 10 hours of competition and live streaming. 5). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Four Skipper's meeting has again been called for 7.30 am with first possible start at 8.30 am. The aim will be to continue with the Freestyle Main Event. Many thanks to everyone who tuned into our live stream and we look forward to bringing you plenty more action tomorrow. WKL Media
  7. Adeuri Corniel and Forest Bakker Joined RRD

    Adeuri Corniel (16) is a very promising rider from the Dominican Republic. Forest Bakker is an experienced rider also known for his amazing kiteboarding videos. Here are the official press releases from RRD: 1). Adeuri Corniel 2). Forest Bakker More at: robertoriccidesigns.com
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