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Kai rips to a top 8 finish

Cape Verde Secret Spot Delivers 200 Meter Peelers.

Kai Katchadourian lucks out, gauging mammoth down the line right handers at a Cape Verde secret spot.

The 2008 Cape Verde World Cup saw American Kai Katchadourian (Simmer Style, Quatro), become a part in one of the stories of the event, as he showed his mettle and advanced all the way from the trials to claim a top 8 finish at the first stop on the wave tour.

However, Kai had other reasons to be stoked. Amidst the competition pressure, while the final waited on hold at Ponta Preta, Kai sensed that one of the local secret spots might be working.

On a whim, he took the gamble and was greeted with deserted 200 meter plus right handers. Obviously knowledge does rein supreme, and Kai scored an all time epic freesailing session, far and away from the tense competition atmosphere.

You can check out Kai ripping in competition and the secret spot session by clicking here.

PWA / Andrew Buchanan

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