Windfoil has lived for the last 3 years here, and the last year it has grown, especially the young guys 14-18 are EXTREMELY good at this now, but all ages are represented.
Race are of course almost all going windfoil, but a quite small group here compared to the 90s where there could be 200 contestants at the windsurf slalom and formula events.
Freeride windfoil, lately also bigger low aspect wings for waves and fun are here now, not much experience but we will see how it goes.
Kitefoil is big, and growing extremely now, as everybody can see how much we ride, OR, that we can ride at all spots whenever we got time, meaning after work or when the family allows - in fact you can PLAN a day you want to go out, long time ahead, not possible earlier when we needed lots of wind, or it was boring just going back and fourth on lightwind gear.
So a lot of new foilers here and coming, from TT also, which for some odd reason have been very low represented in foiling, earlier
SUP and surf foil are also growing, not right here as not much swell, but for those of us going to the westcoast, and those living there, SUP and Surf foil is a hit now, eventhough not thaaat many yet.
Wakefoil does not exist - of course a few try to pull their kitefoil behind a boat, but just for fun trying it when no wind.
Mostly because wakeboarding does not really exist here, no history or culture, we are all surfers or sailors it seems, in Denmark.
Wings are very different, as SUP foilers use higher span wings quite big.
Surf foils are more like our kite wave/surf wings.
Windfoils are different as the trim is not as good for kite or surf or SUP foils, because it is tweaked towards a rear box usually.
So here we have 4 of the 5 foil types, it is only wakefoils that dont exist as such as a seperate type.
Kitefoil still by far the biggest, lots of racers and now even more freeriders, but windfoil is coming up, and SUP/Surf still relatively small but it is there.