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06/26/2006 - created by PWA/McDowell

The 2006 PWA Costa Teguise Super-X World Cup Registration Day

The worlds best Men and Women Super-X racers have arrived in Costa Teguise, Lanzarote, to pay their dues and compete for the 2006 world titles. Super-X, the PWA’s exclusive race format, throws high-speed downwind slalom racing together with inflatable jump obstacles. Added mandatory freestyle tricks, ensure the lead changes constantly, and guarantees gnarly crashes for spectators.

Two times world champion Matt Pritchard (US-10 Tabou / Gaastra), his brother and current tour leader, Kevin Pritchard (US-3 Starboard / MauiSails), and world number 2 Antoine Albeau (F-192 Starboard / NeilPryde Sails), are joined by a strong fleet of competitors, for whom the game is still wide open. Any number of players could still step in and take the 2006 crown. With a Euro 45,000 purse on offer, there’ll be no prisoners taken as the action kicks off from June 27th through July 2nd.

Women’s world champion Karin Jaggi (Z-14, F2 / North Sails), 2005 runner-up Junko Nagoshi (J-11 F2 / Simmer Sails), and the outrageously talented, wave-destroying twin sisters Daida Moreno (E-64, Mistral/ North Sails) and Iballa Moreno (E-63, Mistral/ North Sails) will also tough it out in the physically demanding and hectic world that is Super-X racing.

In previous seasons, conditions at Costa Teguise have ranged from big surf and nuclear winds, to traditional Canarian breezes and flatter seas. But in PWA Super-X, thrills and spills are standard regardless of conditions.

With grandstand seats available, the Las Cucharas point allows tourist sailors plenty of space to sail alongside the dedicated PWA arena and, if the surf kicks in, there’re many flat sections and waves alike. If you’re already regretting not booking that flight to Arrecife to watch and sail, then follow every race at www.pwaworldtour.com Here there’ll be up to the minute results, daily write ups, news, action clips and more.

For more information, please contact the PWA office at info@pwaworldtour.com.

PWA/McDowell The 2006 PWA Costa Teguise Super-X World Cup Registration Day The worlds best Men and Women Super-X racers have arrived in Costa Teguise, Lanzarote, to pay their dues and compete for the 2006 world titles.

Super-X, the PWA’s exclusive race format, throws high-speed downwind slalom racing together with inflatable jump obstacles. Added mandatory freestyle tricks, ensure the lead changes constantly, and guarantees gnarly crashes for spectators.

Two times world champion Matt Pritchard (US-10 Tabou / Gaastra), his brother and current tour leader, Kevin Pritchard (US-3 Starboard / MauiSails), and world number 2 Antoine Albeau (F-192 Starboard / NeilPryde Sails), are joined by a strong fleet of competitors, for whom the game is still wide open. Any number of players could still step in and take the 2006 crown. With a Euro 45,000 purse on offer, there’ll be no prisoners taken as the action kicks off from June 27th through July 2nd.

Women’s world champion Karin Jaggi (Z-14, F2 / North Sails), 2005 runner-up Junko Nagoshi (J-11 F2 / Simmer Sails), and the outrageously talented, wave-destroying twin sisters Daida Moreno (E-64, Mistral/ North Sails) and Iballa Moreno (E-63, Mistral/ North Sails) will also tough it out in the physically demanding and hectic world that is Super-X racing.

In previous seasons, conditions at Costa Teguise have ranged from big surf and nuclear winds, to traditional Canarian breezes and flatter seas. But in PWA Super-X, thrills and spills are standard regardless of conditions.

With grandstand seats available, the Las Cucharas point allows tourist sailors plenty of space to sail alongside the dedicated PWA arena and, if the surf kicks in, there’re many flat sections and waves alike. If you’re already regretting not booking that flight to Arrecife to watch and sail, then follow every race at www.pwaworldtour.com Here there’ll be up to the minute results, daily write ups, news, action clips and more.

For more information, please contact the PWA office at info@pwaworldtour.com.

PWA/McDowell

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