Six talented windsurfers have joined Phantom to sail (and win) with IRIS Sails and Windfoils


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Alexandre Cousin

Alex is from South Brittany. He finished 4th in the 2018 PWA Windfoil this year (with a 3rd place in Korea and Germany). He also finished 2nd in the 2018 Formula Windsurfing World Championship (after a champion title in 2016 and a 3rd place in 2017). He joined Phantom for the 2019 season.

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Nicolas Goyard

Nicolas Goyard, from New Caledonia, is one of the most promising Windfoiler. He has finished 2nd of the PWA in Sylt last year and is amongst the favourites with Alex Cousin to win the 2019 World Title. He will compete with IRIS R Windfoil.

Photo : Fabrice Robert

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Thomas Goyard

Thomas has already won several international titles, including Formula Foil World Championships in Portugal in the under 75kg category. In 2019, he will be preparing for RSX qualifications to the 2020 Olympic Games, whilst testing and developing Phantom windsurfing products.

Lilou Granier

Lilou Granier joined Phantom in April 2019 to compete with IRIS Sails. Lilou comes from New Caledonia and won the World Championship in 2017. She’s one of the biggest windsurfing talent of her generation

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Tuesday-Lou Judd

Tuesday won the 2018 Youth French Championships in RRD120. She is a very talented young Windsurfer from New Caledonia. She became a Phantom rider during the Dakhla trip (Morocco) in January 2019.

 

Benjamin Tillier

Also from New Caledonia, Benjamin is a Windsurfing coach and Windfoil specialist. He has been testing phantom IRIS sails and Windfalls since their launch in 2018.