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2015-08-02 Jannis Maus Tubekite World Champion


After finally 20 Races, MUFin teamrider Jannis Maus from Germany won the Tubekite competition at the World Championships of Kiteracing in Gizzeria, South Italy.

In steady wind conditions all over the week, varying between 10 and 15 knots, Maus was able to dominate all other tubekiters. He was also able to make it into the Gold Fleet, which was the domain of the faster Foil-Kites.

Riding the thruster-fin-setup of 40/38/40 Slalom Race (G-10), Maus said satisfied: "This competition showed me how good I can do! I received a lot of positive feedback and I will love to fight for the German Championship as well".

The final tourstop of the Kitesurf Masters, the German Championship in Kiteracing, will take place on the island of Norderney this August


Photos: © Icarus Sailing Media


2015-08-01 Maui Ultra Fins again dominate German Championship

20150801-1 kAt the second tourstop of the Kitesurf Masters, the German Championship in kiteboarding, Maui Ultra Fins teamriders Annett Bremer and Jannis Maus again were able to win the Formula-Racing competition.

This time only a slight breeze with minimum wind speeds of 4-6 knots were challenging Germany ́s best riders at the South Beach of the Baltic island Fehmarn. In Carribbean conditions of 28°C under a wonderful blue and sunny sky Bremer took and held the lead in the lady’s division, defending the first place of the recent tourstop at Wulfener Hals, Fehmarn.

Jannis Maus showed his dominance by winning 5 of 6 races in total, using his beloved 40/38/40 Slalom Race setup: "I feel very happy about this success, but now my full concentration and effort will be put in the World Championship in Italy next week", said Maus.

The victory of the two MUF-riders has now put them in a very comfortable position to finally win the German Championship at the third and last tourstop of the Kitesurf Masters on Norderney in August.

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Photos: Moritz Beck


2015-07-30 POZO Wind and Waves Festival 2015


Great start into the season for the Maui Ultra Fins wave team!

The Pozo Wind and Waves festival saw the kickoff to the competitive season for the PWA wave fleet. Men, women and the youth were fighting for the podiums in the howling winds of Pozo Izquierdo on the island of Gran Canaria. The Maui Ultra Fins teamriders showed an outstanding performance during this event and scored the first points for the 2015 PWA waveriding season.


After quite some bad luck in the 2014 season, Philip Köster is back on track and showed his dominance by winning the single elimination and completing his victory unbeaten in the double. He also showed an almost completed triple loop rotation during the single elimination final, definitley the closest try, ever witnessed in a PWA contest. After winning the contest Philip Köster underlined his dominance by also winning the super session, which was held on the last day, as the wind and waves continued to deliver at Pozo.

Teamrider Robby Swift had a great event as well, despite loosing his heat against an on form Jaeger Stone in the double elimination, Robby was really happy about his performance during the competition which included his first ever stalled double, right away with a clean landing! He finished the event in 9th place after the double elimination.

Teamrider Florian Jung finished in 17th place.


In the women’s fleet the Maui Ultra Fins team clearly dominated the whole competition. The Moreno twins showed another breathtaking performance at their homespot and were rewarded with first and second place. This time it was Daida coming up on top and also claiming the supersession victory.

Finishing in third place, freestyle queen Sarah-Quita Offringa showed that she is definitely a force to be reckoned with in waveriding.

Caterina Stenta from Italy, up and coming talent in the waves, finished in a formidable 6th place.

Lena Erpenstein, a young talent from Germany, who received the talent of the year 2014 award on the Boot tradeshow in January, showed a great performance which guaranteed her the 9th place.

Caro Weber from Germany finished in 13th place.


Our young teamriders Noah Vocker Roche and Marc Paré showed great talent during the youth competition, finishing in 2nd and 3rd plce. Marc Paré fought back and won the supersession.

All in all a very successful event for the whole Maui Ultra Fins team and we wish good luck to all of them for the upcoming wave event on Tenerife in August.


Photos: PWA/Carter

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