In a thrilling spectacle of windsurfing mastery, the 43rd Singapore Open Windsurfing & Foiling Championships 2024 reached its zenith as Techno293 champions emerged triumphant, navigating the waters of Singapore through a full schedule of 15 races.

Jhairo Gabriel A. Presto from the Philippines demonstrated unparalleled skill and strategic prowess, claiming the title of Asian Techno293 Plus Men Champion. Meanwhile, Faizah of Indonesia showcased her exceptional expertise, securing the coveted crown of Asian Techno293 Plus Women Champion.

The local windsurfing community had reason to cheer as Trevor Ng, a homegrown sailor from Singapore, clinched the title of Techno293 Junior Boy Asian Champion. Ng’s familiarity with the local waters played a crucial role in his success, solidifying his status as a rising star in the windsurfing arena. In the Junior Girls it was Kelsy Loryn Moreno from the Philippines, who will be taking the title home.

Malaysia also left a lasting impression on the championship, with Marcella Wilson Villaceran and Al Jazmin Afif Bin Zulkifeli emerging as Youth Girl and Youth Boys Asian Champions, respectively. Their outstanding performances showcased the depth of talent in the region and set a high standard for aspiring young windsurfers.

The Internatioanal Classes extend their gratitude to the Windsurfing Association Singapore and the Singapore Sailing Federation for their steadfast support, creating an environment where the windsurfing community could flourish. Special thanks go to the event sponsors, Aloha Sea Sports Centre, and Constant Wind Sea Sports Centre, for their invaluable contributions, including providing charter equipment, to the success of the championship.

As the curtains fall on the 43rd Singapore Open Windsurfing & Foiling Championships, the Techno293 Asian Champions stand tall, their accomplishments echoing across the waters of Singapore. The event not only celebrated the crowning of champions but also showcased the vibrant and competitive spirit of windsurfing in Asia, setting the stage for future triumphs and hopefully many Asian teams at the World Championships scheduled for July in Hungary.

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