Sylvain Moussilmani takes the 2010 IFCA Slalom world title

December 10, 2010 | Windsurfing
Sylvain Moussilmani: another French wind express

Sylvain Moussilmani has confirmed the 2010 IFCA Slalom World title in Flecheiras, East Ceara, Brazil.

The French windsurfer was the strongest sailor of the last day of races.

"I am extremely proud about my first IFCA World Title, especially since Tomas Persson and I have been working together on these sails for many years now and this year they are beating all the other sails out there. The performance is the best ever", said the 29-year-old windsurfer.

Moussilmani was clearly better than Steve Allen, Julien Quentel, Antoine Questel and Gabriel Browne in the five days of competition.

The second place was secured by Julien Quentel and the last place of the podium went to Steve Allen. In the Women's division, congratulations to Alice Arutkin, the winner, Mônica Veras (2nd) and Juliana Shelef (3rd).

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