- Spain’s Nia Suardiaz lands first world title after Surf-Freestyle triumph in Hvide Sande
- Malo Guénolé keeps himself in the hunt to retain championship crown with big victory
The Spanish teenager Nia Suardiaz clinched her first Surf-Freestyle world championship crown with a victory at the GWA Wingfoil World Cup Denmark, fought out amid the stunning backdrop of Hvide Sande’s dunes.
Highlights: Wingfoil World Cup Hvide Sande 2023 Freestyle
The 16-year-old wingfoil prodigy has swept all before her this year and closed out the title even as two Surf-Freestyle stops still remain on the GWA Wingfoil World Tour.
France’s reigning Surf-Freestyle world champion, Malo Guénolé, 18, kept himself in the race to retain his world title after his win in Hvide Sande. It was his first Surf-Freestyle victory since he clinched the crown, though he secured a Wave win in Rio de Janeiro last month.
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