As a young company, we are happy to have already gained the trust of few of the most exciting riders in windsurfing today.

Our team members are chosen carefully, we are externally proud of each and every one of our riders and support them with the best of our abilities.

FutureFly will continue to help young and adult sailors to achieve their dreams from national to high end international level, but most of all to celebrate the unmatchable life style of windsurfing.

Arnon Dagan


Amado is the best overall windsurfer in the world today.

He can do it all from Freestyle to Foiling, Wave or Slalom, all at an extremely high level.

Amado won several PWA Freestyle and foiling events, it seems like at only 24 years old, this kid’s talent is unlimited! 

Most importantly Amado is the most down to earth, cool and approachable person, which is what we at FF are looking for in a team rider.

FutureFly is honoured to be supporting Amado, build him the boards of his dream and back him up on his amazing road of breaking the laws of gravity and fulfilling his goals as a champion.


The Frans brothers are the perfect example of what windsurfing is to us. They bring the beauty of our sport to life with their cool calm relaxed and always positive vibes, yet you put them on a board and they’ll get powerful, mega fast, crazy and super stylish!

Having Taty on the team trusting us is Future Fly’s first real achievement We welcome him with open arms and shell support and help him be the best he can be!


Israel’s pride, wave sailor Tomer Shamgar is definitely one to watch for. 

His passion for windsurfing is second to none, Tomer is quiet and humble on the beach but once on his board, the fireworks start!

Already clinched 1st place in the prestigious Storm Rider event and the Windsurfing.TV big balls award with a massive double and other crazy moves, the sky’s the limit for Tomer.

FutureFly involves Tomer with wave boards R&D recognizing his great ability to translate his feelings in the water into constructive feedback.


Rytis is a Slalom and Course racing machine

Superfast, probably one of the tallest sailors on PWA he is equally dangerous on both fin and foil.

Rytis also runs a successful YouTube channel -Rytis Jas. where he gives insights into the life of a professional windsurf and also has a very useful freeride and wind foiling tips series


Brian Rogild is a legend Danish racer.

He has many titles under his belt and his experience of tuning and going fast is second to none.

His latest achievement is breaking the 50knots of speed barrier just before he turned 50 years old.

True friend, amazing sailor, Brian represents the face and lifestyle of the beautiful windsurfing sport.


John is a Professional physical trainer, Z-fins And Z-Foils pro tester.

He has a great feeling for equipment and helps us testing our foil and slalom boards.

Best Results:
Multiple times Estonian FW and Slalom Champion
Current Estonian speed record holder
5th FW worlds 2018
2nd FW EuroCup overall 2014

’When I first tried FF boards, I immediately felt that the quality of the boards is something new- stiff and light. The feeling was just awesome – easy to get flying, stable and powerful on air- no compromise racing machine! Already after first try I was sold! I can’t wait to get on the racing course!’


Fujiko loves windsurfing!

Her goal is to stand on the podium of PWA slalom and help to develop windsurfing in Japan!!
Fujiko is the nicest person you’ll ever meet and here is what she has to say about FutureFly: “When I saw the future Fly boards for the first time I really liked the design. I was riding the boards and couldn’t describe how amazing was the feeling!! The boards are super easy to control but at the same time super fast. All I needed to do is focus on starting and jibing when I’m racing. No effort was needed to go faster. I am sure I will fly with FutureFly boards in 2020!!

Pwa slalom2016 all over ranking 4th
Jwa slalom2016-17 all over ranking 1st
Jwa slalom2017-18 all over ranking 2nd


Mario is one of a few windsurfing influencers.
On his YouTube Channel, he takes his viewers with him on all of his great journeys, showing the beauty of not just our sport, but everything that is connected with it.

Mario says: “As soon as I got aware of the FutureFly project, I got in contact with Arnon and we found us having the same mission: not just making our own dream work, but to make windsurfing a better sport.
Im proud to be part of the 2020 FF-Team!

Check Mario out on YouTube  SURFERZYZZ


Akinori Goshi has been windsurfing since he was 18 years old.

His home spot is near the amazing  Mount Fuji. Goshi is currently ranked 3rd in Japan and he was a Japanese champion in Formula Windsurfing before.

He is the owner of a windsurfing pro shop, a lecturer in universities spreading the windsurfing word around Japan.
Goshi says: “I will become 46 years old this year, but feel that I can still push a lot more!! my goal is to help keep up the spirit of my team as a windsurfing team leader in Japan.


Max Beaman sails for the UK. He is a 16 years old young talent who is competing in the disciplines of Foil course racing and foil slalom. His home spot is St Mawes, Cornwall UK.
Favourite gear:  Future Fly – Flying Camel Pro 175.
Favourite spots: Portland Harbour UK, Lake Garda ITA
Max loves Windsurfing, Skiing, and Rugby
Why FutureFly?:  ”I love sailing the Flying Camel Pro as it has a great design and the feel of the board is just so comfortable. It flies early, points high and is amazingly stable particularly downwind

Foil Racing:
2019 3rd Under 19 Division & 24th Overall Formula Foil Worlds, Puck, Poland
2019 4th Under 21 Division & 24th Overall IFCA Foil Worlds, Silvaplana, Switzerland
2019 3rd Overall, UKWA Foil Series

RSX Racing:
2019 3rd Overall UK National Championships, Grafham Water UK


24 years old and live in the North of the Netherlands.
Marc is an allround ‘watersporter’ but his biggest love is Freestyle & wave windsurfing, he started windsurfing when he was 5 years old at his home spot ‘Workum’.

For 3 years he is the proud owner of his own windsurf centre @Surfcentersudwest and also starting to grow his own business at designing and shaping sails by himself.

The Surfcentre is specialized in teaching beginner to advanced, Foiling and introducing the local youngsters and upcoming talents to (freestyle) windsurfing.

Marc says:
I feel ready for this season I have been training hard the last couple of years to get to the level I’m at and still improving day by day! 🙂

Sail number: H316
Other sponsors: Severne, IRIE Bonaire, SurfcenterSudwest