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Image gallery from the 2013 JP Aloha Classic and the PWA World Tour By Vivienne Masters, 4:04 PM Wed 6 Nov 2013
Image gallery from the 2013 JP Aloha Classic. For the first time in seven years, the PWA World Tour came back to Maui putting the world’s best windsurfers against some of the world’s best conditions. ...[more]

JP Aloha Classic - Electric action at Ho'okipa + Video By American Windsurfing Tour, 5:46 AM Sun 3 Nov 2013
What an amazing few days at the JP Aloha Classic! With the resumption of the PWA Double Elimination and the World Title decider set to sail the action was electric from the outset. The wind did not seem to want to cooperate and this only helped to add further suspense as fans tuned in from all over the world. The passing showers kept shutting the wind off leaving riders stranded out to sea. ...[more]

JP Aloha Classic - The hunt for redemption at Ho'okipa + Video By American Windsurfing Tour, 5:19 AM Fri 1 Nov 2013
At the JP Aloha Classic, the decision was made early to release all PWA, Women and Youth and focus on the Amateur and Masters brackets once more. We continue to score with the conditions and Thursday and Friday are setting up to be amazing Ho’okipa days for the PWA Double Elimination. ...[more]

JP Aloha Classic - Local boys rule at Ho’okipa + Video By American Windsurfing Tour, 6:56 AM Wed 30 Oct 2013
At the JP Aloha Classic, the biggest names in windsurfing came head to head at Ho’okipa today for the Single Elimination in what has been dubbed the ‘Clash of the Titans’ with the top PWA and AWT riders pitted against each other in the mast high surf. As the NW swell continued to build through the morning so did the action. ...[more]

PWA World Cup JP Aloha Classic Day 3 – A lay day in Ho’okipa By Vivienne Masters, , 5:29 AM Mon 28 Oct 2013
On the PWA World Cup JP Aloha Classic third day extremely light winds meant that no competition was completed today. With a deteriorating forecast for the afternoon and a distinct lack of wind in the morning the sailors were released at 11am. However, it was still another beautiful day in Maui with wall-to-wall sunshine and a small swell still running ...[more]

JP Aloha Classic PWA World Cup - Roediger clinches title By PWA Information, , 9:06 PM Sat 26 Oct 2013
Ho’okipa Beach Park delivered the goods for the second successive day of the JP Aloha Classic. The wind started to build very early on again and with the waves still kicking around the AWT Pros Fleet resumed just after 10:30am. The conditions today were slightly more challenging - especially to begin with - due to lighter winds and more time between the sets - meaning that patience and wave select ...[more]

JP Aloha Classic PWA World Cup - Brilliant waves and glorious sunshine By Vivienne Masters, , 5:26 AM Sat 26 Oct 2013
Following a brief wind drought prior to the JP Aloha Classic beginning, there was a slight concern as to whether the wind would arrive, thankfully though the wind Gods had clearly read the script as the wind kicked in early at Ho’okipa Beach Park on the inaugural day of the JP Aloha Classic PWA World Cup. ...[more]

JP Aloha Classic - Ho'okipa delivers on day 1 + Video By American Windsurfing Tour, 1:36 AM Sat 26 Oct 2013
The first day of the JP Aloha Classic started early with the opening ceremony at 9am which streamed live to the world via the AWT and PWA sites. The thought provoking Hawaiian blessing asked for wind and waves and almost immediately the breeze started to build ruffling the head high surf. ...[more]

JP Aloha Classic PWA World Cup - Battle royale set for Ho’okipa By Vivienne Masters, , 5:59 AM Thu 24 Oct 2013
The time has finally come for the Professional Windsurfers Association (PWA) to return to the windsurfing Mecca of Maui - in association with the American Windsurfing Tour (AWT). From the 24th October to the 6th November the elite of the wave sailing world shall be once again be descending upon the wonderful shores of Maui - for the first time in seven years - as the JP Aloha Classic takes place. ...[more]

PWA Sylt World Cup - Action packed final day expected By Chris Yates, , 5:16 AM Sun 6 Oct 2013
At the PWA Sylt World Cup, with an outside chance of some wind and waves on the horizon for this morning, the wave fleet met at 7am. Unfortunately though, the early start didn’t pay off as the competitors and crew were greeted with light cross-onshore wind and very little in the way of waves. ...[more]

PWA Sylt World Cup - On the verge of world titles By Chris Yates, , 5:47 AM Sat 5 Oct 2013
The seventh day of the GP Joule PWA Sylt World Cup proved to be the busiest day of competition thus far as both the freestyle and slalom fleets took to the water. The freezing cold continued today as both the men’s freestyle double elimination - dedicated to André Paskowski - and the fifth elimination of the men’s slalom were completed before the end of a very long day. ...[more]

PWA Sylt World Cup - Angulo storms to the top on day 5 By Chris Yates, , 5:11 AM Thu 3 Oct 2013
Day five of the GP Joule PWA Sylt World Cup saw the wind return as a further two slalom eliminations were completed in chilly, but beautiful weather. The offshore winds made for tricky racing in 7-15 knots of breeze, but there were still some exhilarating battles over the course of the day. ...[more]

PWA Sylt World Cup - Teasing winds on day 4 By Chris Yates, , 3:59 AM Wed 2 Oct 2013
Day four of the GP Joule PWA Sylt World Cup began with overcast skies, but by the afternoon the glorious sunshine returned as the fantastic weather continued. Unfortunately though the wind never quite materialized today, despite teasing the competitors for much of the afternoon. ...[more]

PWA Sylt World Cup - Victory on day 3 for Moussilmani and Angulo By Chris Yates, , 6:28 AM Tue 1 Oct 2013
Day three of the GP Joule PWA Sylt World Cup saw the offshore winds continue as the first two eliminations of the week were completed in the men’s slalom. Today saw slightly choppier water conditions as the wind turned slightly more cross-shore than yesterday, in the region of 9-22 knots. ...[more]

PWA AWT Aloha Classic heads for Hookipa By Vivienne Masters, , 6:15 AM Tue 1 Oct 2013
The Professional Windsurfers Association (PWA) is happy to announce the confirmation of its involvement in the 2013 JP Aloha Classic. For the first time in seven years, the PWA World Tour will be back on Maui to pit the world best windsurfers against some of the world’s best wave sailing conditions. ...[more]

PWA Sylt World Cup - An evening dedicated to André Paskowski By Chris Yates, , 3:44 AM Sun 29 Sep 2013
The first day of competition at the GP Joule PWA Sylt World Cup saw summer return as warm temperatures, light winds and beautiful sunny skies graced Sylt with its presence. Whilst no windsurfing took place today, the event site was still buzzing as the crowds basked in the late summer sunshine. ...[more]

PWA Sylt World Cup - Sailors prepare for epic battle By Chris Yates, , 4:00 AM Sat 28 Sep 2013
The opening day of the GP Joule PWA Sylt World Cup saw the crowds begin to build as thousands of people took the opportunity to kick-start their weekend early, either by rubbing shoulders with their idols or simply enjoying a glass of champagne whilst absorbing the bustling atmosphere in glorious sunshine. ...[more]

PWA Sylt World Cup - Biggest windsurfing event of the year By Vivienne Masters, , 12:41 PM Thu 26 Sep 2013
This September marks the 30th anniversary of the biggest windsurfing event on the calendar, as the finest wave, freestyle and slalom sailors on the planet prepare to flock to the famous shores of Westerland, Sylt, Germany ...[more]

PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup overall By Chris Yates, , 6:07 AM Wed 25 Sep 2013
The fourth edition of the PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup saw Cold Hawaii show almost every dimension it has to offer - from cross off down the line wave riding, in perfect peeling waves to cross onshore jumping, as well as a couple of days with amazing surf with light winds, which was mixed with a como of sunshine, rain and rainbows - to demonstrate just how dynamic and amazing this place really is. ...[more]

Cold Hawaii World Cup - Alex Mussolini desafía al número uno del mundo By Matthew Pryor, , 12:13 AM Wed 25 Sep 2013
Tras la genial actuación de los españoles en el campeonato, dos de ellos entre los cuatro primeros, el juez principal de los Campeonatos del Mundo de Windsurf PWA, Duncan Coombs, comentó ayer la actuación de estos jóvenes españoles que salen de una cantera española que ha dado a luz a algunos de los mejores windsurfistas del mundo. ...[more]

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