In the women's single series the 17-year old Daniela Moroz (USA) stole the show for another time - the defending Formula Kite double world champion is on the best way to claim her third world title in two weeks time in Aarhus at the World Sailing World Championships. With bullets in all but one race there simply seems to be no competition for her at the moment and she is looking forward to the battle with her male colleagues during the KiteFoil GoldCup events later in the season, when men and women compete together for the open KiteFoil titles.
The battle for the remaining podium places was fierce though between the former world champions Elena Kalinina (RUS) and Steph Bridge (GBR), as well as Alexia Fancelli (FRA). After 14 races, Kalinina claimed the European Champion title with a second place overall and Fancelli in third. But it is clear to see that a new generation of female racers is challenging the established sailors, with 5 out of the top 10 girls being under 19 years old.
The Youth (U19) in the women's fleet went to Anais Mai Desjardin (FRA), Breiana Whitehead (AUS) and Magdalena Woyciechowska (POL)
The fleet is now heading to Aarhus for the long awaited 2018 World Championships from 5 to 11 August.