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04/12/2012 - created by Ed Sinclair

Point-7 welcomes F400

Point-7 and incredible freestyle sailor Nicolas Akgazciyan have joined forces for 2012.

Less than a month after announcing Josh Angulo joining the Black Team, Point-7 is now opening their arms once again to welcome Nicolas Akgazciyan (Starboard / Point-7). The Point-7 team continues to grow from strength to strength and they will certainly be tough contenders on this seasons sail constructor rankings.

Nicolas Akgazciyan: ”Making the decision to join Point-7′s Black Team just one month before the 1st PWA event was a bit cheeky… but I like challenges! I talked to both Pascal Toselli and Andrea Cucchi and we really had a good feeling form the onset. They are a dynamic group and do a lot for the team and for the brand. Cohesion and solidarity are the key ideas! I feel at ease and I really like the spirit of being part of this united family! It’s a real force!'

Andrea Cucchi: “We are very excited to welcome Nicolas to our team. 
It's not only the fact, that he is a great freestyler but also how we will start a whole new freestyle project with him. It's a new challenge for Point-7 and we love this! Through development we are planning a very dedicated and innovative sail model to be made as well as we will add a Freestyle section to the Accademy  on our team site. These are just the first steps that will be taken. We are now working to present the new sail model at the first PWA event in Austria. Not much time left, so let's see if we can push for it”

For more information on the Point-7 team head over to www.point-7.com

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