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The 2006 Colgate PWA World Cup Sylt, Day Four

Micah Buzianis (US-34 JP / NeilPryde) stays top dog for another day in the Slalom 42 as the wind fails to materialise.

Light breezes tantalized the PWA's finest racers throughout day four, nearing contestable strength on several occasions, including a scramble to start the fourth heat of race 2.

Sadly large patches of light wind on the course area forced the race director to raise the postponement flag once more, and the competitors were sent back to the beach to wait even further.

The outlook for the rest of the week looks a lot better with some promise for the wave and freestyle fleets. In the meantime Buzianis, Arnon Dagan (ISR-1, Fanatic / NeilPryde) in second position, and Ross Williams (GBR-83 Tabou / Gaastra) in third are forced to wait and watch for a chance to consolidate their positions.

Be sure to check www.pwaworldtour.com throughout tomorrow and each day for live updates, results, daily summaries and more. There‘s a German language event site at www.worldcupsylt.de and video podcasts available at www.worldcupsyltlive.de 

Or, for more information, please contact the PWA office at info@no-spam-pleasepwaworldtour.com



© PWA / Brian McDowell

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