IQFOIL International Games 2022 (Campione del Garda, May 3-8)

Korea & Mexico win the overall at the IQFOIL INTERNATIONAL GAMES 2022.

The iQFOiL International Games 2022 in Campione del Garda have clear winners: Taehoon Lee, KOR 71, wins in front of Alessandro Tomasi, ITA 101, and Hyeongjung Kang, KOR 248. In the women fleet Mariana Aguilar, MEX 28, wins in front of Katerina Svikova, CZE 89, and Niijima Rina, JPN 4. In the Under 21 Category Alessandro Tomasi and Barbora Svikova.

Caffè Pascucci is proud to still be the main sponsor of the prestigious iQFOiL championship.

There were 6 days of great sport in the enchanting scenery of Lake Garda with the race organized by Univela Sailing and Canottieri Garda Salò, sponsored by the Lombardy Region.

The protagonist is the new Windsurf Foiling designated by World Sailing as the next Olympic discipline for Paris 2024. A small, agile and light board, equipped with a foil drift: a thin carbon fiber sheet that literally allows it to fly on the surface of the water. . Foil is now one of the hottest trends in contemporary sailing and has seen its definitive consecration in the last spectacular edition of the America’s Cup, won by Team New Zealand against the Italian Luna Rossa.

Univela was born in Campione del Garda on 2 August 2012. The particular position of the structure allows those who use Univela Sailing to take full advantage of the optimal wind conditions that characterize Lake Garda for moments of intensive training and organization of regattas. as an ideal venue for hosting activities dedicated to the sport of sailing at the highest levels. It is therefore chosen by the Italian Sailing Federation as the headquarters in Italy of the Federal Sailing Center: Olympic Preparation Center (CPO) for the athletes of the Italian team in preparation for the Olympics and of the FIV youth teams. It is also home to the Federal Sailing Center of the Republic of San Marino Univela Sailing. For two years it has been the Italian base of the Andrew Simpson Foundation Water Sport Center, a sailing school recognized by the Royal Yachting Association (the English Sailing Federation). Since the opening of Univela, it has been the organizer and seat of the National Championship and the Moth World Championship; and then continue with numerous other Championships of other sailing classes. The center covers an area of ​​about 10,000 square meters and is equipped with all the necessary equipment for training and practicing competitive sailing for Olympic classes and parasports.