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Parlier Claims the 2017 IKA KiteFoil World Title and Mazella the GoldCup World Series Crown

Conditions were tricky and the mood was tense at the final stop of the 2017 Kite Foil Gold Cup in Cagliari, Italy. In the end, Nico Parlier won the IKA KiteFoil World Championship and Axel Mazella won the IKA KiteFoil Gold Cup series. On the women’s side, Steph Bridge won the IKA KiteFoil World Championship and 16-year-old French racer Anaïs Mai Desjardins won the IKA KiteFoil GoldCup Women’s series.

Final Results:

IKA KiteFoil World Championship (Men)
1 Nico Parlier (FRA)
2 Axel Mazella (FRA)
3 Maxime Nocher (MON)

IKA KiteFoil World Championship (Women)
1 Steph Bridge (GBR)
2 Anaïs Mai Desjardins (FRA)
3 Sabrina Schlossnikel (GER)

IKA KiteFoil World Championship (U21)
1 Axel Mazella (FRA)
2 Guy Bridge (GBR)
3 Theo de Ramecourt (FRA)

IKA KiteFoil World Championship Masters
1 Ivan Doronin (RUS)
2 Benjamin Petit (FRA)
3 Pier Luigi Capozzi (ITA)

IKA KiteFoil GoldCup Men
1 Axel Mazella (FRA)
2 Theo de Ramecourt (FRA)
3 Theo Lhostis (FRA)

IKA KiteFoil GoldCup Women
1 Anaïs Mai Desjardins (FRA)
2 Alexia Fancelli (FRA)
3 Elena Kalinina (RUS)

IKA KiteFoil GoldCup Masters
1 Benjamin Petit (FRA)
2 Ivan Doronin (RUS)
3 Amil Kabil (USA)

IKA KiteFoil GoldCup (U18)
1 Martin Dolenc (CRO)
2 Anaïs Mai Desjardins (FRA)
3 Toni Vodisek (SLO)