Sport also 2021 No Windsurf World Cup before Sylt

16:14  28 july  2021
16:14  28 july  2021 Source:   kicker.de

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The Windsurf World Cup in front of Sylt falls out because of the Corona Pandemic as in the previous year. The next event is to take place exactly a year later, from September 23 to 3 October 2022. This was announced by the Sylt Tourism Service and Organizer Act Agency on Wednesday.

Windsurfer Marcilio Brown aus Brasilien während eines Wettkampfs in Aktion. © Frank Molter / DPA / Stock Image Windsurfer Marcilio Brown from Brazil during a competition in action.

because of the pandemic, the organizers complain of missing sponsor revenue, which provided a deficit in the originally seventh-digit budget. "So sadly this decision is, she had to fall now to give all parties a planning security for the next few months," said Peter Douven, Managing Director of Sylt Tourism Service.

The Windsurf World Cup is, according to the organizer, "one of the most important and most successful international water sports events worldwide". Usually take part in more than 20 countries.

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