Halfway between windsurfing and kitesurfing, wingfoil is now booming on beaches around the world. In competition, here's how the judges score the athletes.
It was in Leucate that the first Wingfoil World Cup was launched last May. This first edition, composed of a race part and a freestyle part, was won by Titouan Galea, a great French hope, from New Caledonia. In the video below, We Rock Sport takes a look at the scoring system of the freestyle competition of the world cup. Mallory de la Villemarqué, head judge of this 2021 edition of the wingfoil World Cup explains how the scores are given in international competitions.