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PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup - Shock lingers for Marcilio Browne + Video By Matthew Pryor, , 1:42 AM Tue 24 Sep 2013
The 2013 PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup windsurfing champion, Marcilio 'Brawzinho' Browne, was still shock on Monday after his surprise victory over the double world champion, Philip Köster, on Sunday. Browne was the fourth different winner in the four years of competition in Klitmøller, underlining the status of Cold Hawaii as the most open and exciting stop on the world cup tour. ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup - ‘Brawzinho’ tames ferocious North Sea By Chris Yates, , 9:34 AM Mon 23 Sep 2013
The last day of the KIA Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup saw an enthralling day of competition as Cold Hawaii returned to life with a vengeance, as howling winds and big, powerful waves arrived just in the nick of time to allow a result to be gained for the fourth successive year. ...[more]

Mussolini se hace tercer puesto del Campeonato del Mundo de Windsurf By Matthew Pryor, , 8:56 AM Mon 23 Sep 2013
En un último día lleno de sorpresas, el español Alex Mussolini, número tres mundial, ha terminado en una sorprendente tercera posición en el Campeonato del Mundo de Windsurf 2013 KIA Cold Hawaii ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup - Shocking upset on Klitmøller super Sunday By Matthew Pryor, , 6:12 AM Mon 23 Sep 2013
In the biggest upset in windsurfing since Philip Köster was beaten in the Cold Hawaii final last year, Marcilio 'Brawzinho' Browne, from Brazil, beat Köster in the final of the 2013 PWA Cold Hawaii world cup in Klitmøller on Sunday. ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup - Final day to be action packed By Chris Yates, , 7:55 AM Sun 22 Sep 2013
The penultimate day of the PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup saw the wind return, which saw the majority of the fleet head out onto the water at some point, but unfortunately the waves didn’t arrive in time for the single elimination to be resumed. ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup: El 'Soulsurfer' Traversa defiende su título By Matthew Pryor, , 7:19 AM Sun 22 Sep 2013
Este domingo la final de la copa mundial 2013 KIA Cold Hawaii PWA estará marcada por las condiciones típicas de Klitmøller con ráfagas de viento de unos 40 nudos y los windsurfistas saltando como palomitas en el Mar del Norte. ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup - Super Sunday in Klitmøller + Video By Matthew Pryor, , 5:31 AM Sun 22 Sep 2013
Sunday’s final of the 2013 PWA Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup will see classic Klitmøller conditions with winds gusting towards 40 knots and the riders jumping like popcorn on the North Sea. There will be the perfect conditions to showcase the keen rivalry of Philip Köster and Victor Fernandez Lopez. ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup - Day 5 a relaxed affair By Chris Yates, , 4:58 AM Sat 21 Sep 2013
The fifth day of the PWA Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup proved to be a very relaxed affair as light winds and glorious sunshine graced Klitmøller for the entire day. In the afternoon Dany Bruch (Starboard / Severne / AL360), Alex Mussolini (Tabou / Gaastra), Flo Jung (RRD / Gun Sails / Maui Ultra Fins) and Adam Lewis took the opportunity to take part in the fishing challenge, which Lewis won. ...[more]

Víctor Fernández confía en su victoria frente a Köster By Matthew Pryor, , 4:12 AM Sat 21 Sep 2013
La previsión del tiempo para estos próximos días, con rachas de hasta 40 nudos el domingo, anuncia un posible comienzo de las pruebas mañana sábado. Por fin se dará a conocer al campeón del Mundial de Windsurf KIA Cold Hawaii 2013. ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup - How to depose the king By Matthew Pryor, , 3:07 AM Sat 21 Sep 2013
At the PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup, with the forecast for cross-onshore on shore winds gusting up to 40-knots on Sunday and a possible start on Saturday meaning there will be a 2013 KIA Cold Hawaii PWA world cup champion – 'Sunday is looking good, Cold Hawaii is going to light up,' Duncan Coombs, the PWA head judge said - thoughts have turned to how to depose the king. ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup - Waiting game continues on day 4 By Chris Yates, , 11:51 AM Fri 20 Sep 2013
At the PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup, the waiting game continued on day four as light winds and small waves kept the competition on hold for another day. The Cold Hawaii wave machine also took a slight break today after two days of brilliant waves, hopefully recharging for the weekend, which now holds a lot of promise. ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup - Closing in on windsurfing's sound barrier By Matthew Pryor, , 4:39 AM Fri 20 Sep 2013
At a time when some of his peers are starting back at university, Philip Köster, the 19-year-old prodigy says he is 85% of the way towards completing what has become windsurfing’s latest holy grail – the triple forward. For the uninitiated that’s a triple forward loop, rotating end-over-end three times in the air and landing so that you can sail away and live to tell the tale. ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup - Mauch relives greatest day + Video By Matthew Pryor, , 4:05 AM Thu 19 Sep 2013
At the PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup, with a lack of wind leaving the windsurfers in a state of suspended animation on Wednesday, Moritz Mauch, the 17-year-old star of Tuesday and latest off the Pozo production line was basking in sun and reflecting on how he managed to beat the world number 5, Danny Bruch. ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup - Intriguing battle ensues on day 3 By Chris Yates, , 3:51 AM Thu 19 Sep 2013
At the PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup, wall-to-wall sunshine replaced yesterday’s cloudy skies on day three as Cold Hawaii once again demonstrated its world class potential, with brilliant waves. With no wind unfortunately predicted, the decision was made to hold a Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) contest, which saw the pros take on the locals from two o’clock. ...[more]

Albert Pijoan competirá con los mejores windsurfistas del mundo By Matthew Pryor, , 7:38 AM Wed 18 Sep 2013
Después de una primera jornada sin viento, el segundo día del Campeonato del Mundo de windsurf KIA Cold Hawaii ha sufrido también los caprichos del viento de Klitmoller lo cual provocó la frustración de muchos, pero no del joven de Barcelona, Albert Pijoan, que se ha clasificado para la competición principal. ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup - Tears of joy and a shocked fleet on day 2 By Matthew Pryor, , 6:51 AM Wed 18 Sep 2013
Capricious winds in Klitmøller on day two of the 2013 KIA Cold Hawaii PWA world cup saw tears of joy on the beach, a Kiel spine surgeon enjoy a golden retirement, disconsolate trialists trudging back to Munich and an early big surprise as 17-year-old Moritz Mauch shocked the fleet. ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup - Sun, rain, hail and rainbows on day 1 By Chris Yates, , 5:44 AM Tue 17 Sep 2013
The opening day of the 2013 KIA Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup saw a complete mixture of weather as sun, rain, hail and rainbows all made an appearance at some point during the day. However, the one crucially missing ingredient throughout the day was consistent wind, which fluctuated considerably as the squalls passed through Cold Hawaii. ...[more]

El príncipe Frederick de Dinamarca y windsurfista Víctor Fernández By Matthew Pryor, 3:35 AM Tue 17 Sep 2013
El príncipe heredero Frederick de Dinamarca conoció ayer en Klitmoller (Dinamarca) al español Víctor Fernández, número dos del mundo de windsurf, y a las otras estrellas de este deporte que se han reunido esta semana en el frío 'Hawaii' danés para celebrar el Campeonato del Mundo de Windsurf. ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup - Of princes and champions By Matthew Pryor, , 5:15 AM Mon 16 Sep 2013
HRH Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark met the PWA windsurfing stars on Sunday evening in Klitmøller, Denmark on the eve of the 2013 KIA Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup which commences on Monday, September 16. ...[more]

PWA World Cup - Kiri Thode finally ends Gollito’s unbeaten run By PWA, 9:32 PM Sun 15 Sep 2013
For the first time in fifteen years, the return of the PWA to the Netherlands proved to be a huge success as Brouwersdam produced a superb blend of conditions for the elite of the freestyle world. Anything from storm force winds combined with heavy rain, to glorious evening light with 20 knots and perfect flat water greeted the competitors over the course of the week ...[more]

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