PWA News

Croatia Set For Action As PWA Freestyle Tour Prepares To Kick Off.

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Q: Where are you right now?



PB: I'm in Portugal/ Guincho. We are mainly working on the Formula boards for 2005, super location. Workshop and everything we need is here.

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Nestea confirmed as Title Sponsor for the 2004

PWA Racing World Tour

 

 

 


In a major step for windsurfing, global drinks brand Nestea have confirmed their

status as Title Sponsor of the PWA Racing World Tour. Following sponsorship by the

blue chip...

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Fox Sports Net, North America will be airing coverage from the PWA Hawaii Pro - Presented by Severne Sails from May 26th. Check for your listing below, or go to

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Due to a venue change at Lake Balaton in Hungary the event has been rescheduled for later in the year. The event will now take place in Balatonkanese which is on the Eastern edge of Lake Balaton, about an hour from Budapest, from the 31st August to 5th...

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PWA Freestyle Qualifier - HT mobile Soul & Style

Zoo Station, Bol

CROATIA

1st – 5th June, 2004.

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Q: How does it feel to be competing after that year out due to your foot injury?

 

NB: It feels great; I was a bit rusty at the Maui and Leucate events. I need to find my competition attitude but it’s coming.

 

Q: Is your foot back to 100% now?

 

NB:...

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The PWA Super X tour will shortly be arriving in the Bay of Roses on the Costa Brava coast of Spain to compete for a €25,000 prize purse. The event will kick off on June 8th with registration day, followed by action on the 9th through ‘til the 13th June....

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Winner of the 2004 PWA Hawaii Pro


 


Q: How did it feel to win what people are calling the most radical final in windsurfing history?

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Winner of the 2004 PWA Hawaii Pro

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Q: How did it feel to win what people are calling the most radical final in windsurfing history?

 


JP: It felt great. I have always managed to come back after major surgery and win a couple of events, but I...

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Albeau wins the first PWA Super X World Cup in 2004 after wind fails to materialise during tense final 2 days.

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After 4 days of intense action, sailors are forced to play the waiting game as competition goes into a holding pattern due to light winds.

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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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