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Mauritius - the Place to be in September
Posted On:  17/03/2017 14:00:55

The Mauritius Attitude Challenge returns with its 6th edition and is proud to announce Official IFCA Slalom Championship Titles for the African and Asian Continents. Organised in cooperation with the International Windsurfing Association (IWA) and the World Sailing approved International Funboard Class Association (IFCA), the event is also part of the newly created IFCA Grand Prix Series. The MAC will be organized from 2nd to 9th of September with some amazing races around the island of Mauritius.

The competition days are stretched over a period of 8 days on several locations, each with its unique conditions to guarantee exciting slalom and long distance racing in superb turquoise flat waters of Mauritius.
 
SPOTS / RACES

1 LE MORNE (South)
This race is also known as being THE CLASSIC. Held at le Morne in an epic downwind slalom race, this race is unique in the world as it is held only few metres away from the beach where hundreds of spectators can enjoy the show. This is a fast and intense race!
 
2 Pte DESNY (South-East)
This race is the biggest Challenge as it is not only the longest race of the event but most probably of the world; 20 km to Ile Aux Cerf and 20 km back to the Preskil Beach Resort. 40km of pure pleasure while discovering the East coast by the sea.
 
3 ANSE LA RAIE (North-East)
Anse la Raie is the windiest spot in Mauritius with a huge lagoon where we will be doing some long distance downwind slalom.
 
All races are designed to make you have a maximum of fun... No need to be a champion.
 
Stay tuned for the Notice of Race and some travel and accommodation deals.
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