Danny Bruch

Maui Fin Company has recently welcomed its latest edition, Spaniard Danny Bruch to their international team. Danny started competing as a teenager, and was crowned Spanish junior Champion in 1997, going on to win the Junior World Wave Championship title in 1998.

In 1999, Danny began competing on the PWA World Tour, finishing up ranked 33rd overall for his first season.

Since then, the 27 year old Spaniard has climbed the ranks where he only recently finished 3rd in the waves at Pozo, Gran Canaria, and is currently ranked 8th overall.

MFC have commented, “MFC Hawaii is excited to have Danny on the team and we’re looking forward to designing and developing products with such a talented sailor. Watch out for great things to come from Daniel Bruch and MFC Hawaii!”

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