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Pritchard clings on as Albeau fails to achieve sufficiently consolidated performance and Skye begins comeback of a lifetime.
Matt Pritchard lays down solid challenge to Albeau in race for Super X title as competition begins, following long wait for wind.
Tension builds as sailors remain on standby through lack of wind.
Campello seemingly unstoppable as he takes second event win in a row. Moreno also firm at the top despite a major dent in her armor from Jaggi.
Campello and Moreno remain tough at the top as Tonky Frans loses his grip and Jaggi pulls up short despite an impressive performance.
The Campello freight train accelerates to top speed crushing all in it’s path as Moreno holds firm at the top in the women’s fleet.
Frans brothers dominate men’s division as Campello and Seadi crash out. Moreno proves she still has control as she clinches victory over Jaggi.
The 2004 Fuerteventura Freestyle and Super X Grand Slam
17th July – 25th July
PRIZE FUND €90,000
Matt Pritchard sneaks past Swift to claim victory in Lanzarote
No change at the top as wind fails to hold long enough for final heats. Swift continues to hold on to number 1 despite solid challenges from Albeau and Pritchards.
Swift falls at the final hurdle, but just clings on at the top as Pritchard pulls up just behind him.
Swift stands proud ahead of the competition as Albeau’s grip on the Super X tour is weakened.
After 4 days of intense competition the sailors would be required to contest the rankings one more time. After a quiet night relaxing in the Sand Beach Resort Apartments the sailors were at the beach early preparing to do battle for the final...
The heat is on as the freetyle discipline draws to an exciting climax. Although Ricardo Campello is looking safe in 1st position, Kauli Seadi could still tie for first place.
I must down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky,
And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by,
And the wheel's kick and the wind's song and the white sail's shaking,
And a grey mist on the sea's face, and a grey...
Round 3 of Freestyle discipline has gone off in fine style here in Lanzarote. Think of a move and it has probably been pulled off during the competition today.