Windsurfing World Championship: Five Israelis to take part in prize races

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 Windsurfing World Championship: five Israelis to take part in prize races< /p>

The Israeli team continues to perform successfully at the IQ Foil Windsurfing World Championship held in Brest, France. This Friday evening, five of its members managed to enter the prize races.

The spectators had to wait on the beach for several hours, because the competition was hit by a storm and the weather conditions did not allow the athletes to enter the water.After that When the wind calmed down a bit, the competition was still held.

Shahar Tibi used this to her advantage when she overcame the distance in the opening race and crossed the finish line first. She rose to the top thanks to the fact that her her main rival in the championship, Dutch veteran Lilian de Gaus, former Nile Pride world champion, who has been leading so far, was far behind.

another first place would guarantee her gold. But in the end, Tibi ended the race in only 26th place, dropping to fourth overall, earning her a spot in the quarter-finals.

In addition to Tibi, three other Israelis claimed the prize top places. Daniela Peleg, who took seventh place in the overall standings, Maya Morid (9th place) and Katie Spichkov, who rounded out the top ten.

In the men's category, Tom Reuveni will take part in the race for a medal, finishing fifth in the overall standings.Tomorrow he will try to do everything to secure one of the three places on the podium.

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