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Albeau holds on to first but his grasp slips as Pritchard closes gap with consistent performance.

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Albeau continues to dominate despite strong challenges from Pritchard

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Albeau consolidates lead to move clear ahead of the opposition, despite a less consistent performance

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Albeau and Baker dominate the competition as strong winds blast across La Franqui

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Strong winds greeted the arriving competitors here in Leucate today as the locally infamous tramontana blew up to speeds of 40knots, taking the edge off the otherwise warm and sunny weather and providing excellent conditions for the competitors to warm up...

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Vintage Polakow performance wins at Hookipa!

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It has been another day of epic action here at Hookipa Beach Park. Conditions have been very good, windy and sunny all day. The sailors making the most of waves of 6 feet high with 10 – 15 foot faces.

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The sailors are half way through the second round of the men's double elimination. The wind is too light and on-shore for the competition to

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Double elimination battle commences in epic Hookipa conditions!

 

The men’s double elimination stormed into action here at the PWA Hawaii Pro, presented by Severne sails with more classic mast high down the line conditions the order of the day. Despite...

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Epic Hookipa conditions here at the PWA Hawaii Pro!

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In the finals Josh Angulon beat Keith Teboul in pretty light conditions with head high waves. Josh was pulling off high aerials and good aggressive turns.

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Reigning PWA world wave champion, Josh Angulo of Hawaii, has won the opening single elimination here at the PWA Hawaii Pro presented by Severne sails. With Hookipa continuing to deliver the goods, with 20-20 knot trades and 2-4 feet clean peeling waves,...

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The wind has shut down competition at Hookipa Beach Park. It was a great day with some surprising results. The top eight men for today’s competition are:-

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Following an intense day of action packed drama here at Hookipa, eight men and eight women remain in contention in the opening single elimination of the PWA Hawaii Pro, presented by Severne Sails. With a 10-15 feet wave faces pounding the

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It’s all systems go here on the opening day of the 2004 PWA Hawaii Pro, presented by Severne Sails. With trades blowing 15-25 knots and 3-5 feet wind blown swell, 64 trialists battled it out for the remaining 32 slots in the means contest which is due to...

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