2015 Davidoff Cool Water Sylt PWA World Cup

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  • Davidoff Cool Water Sylt PWA World Cup


    Event Preview: Prepare for 10 pulsating days as one of the biggest events of the year kicks off — featuring all 3 disciples and the world’s best sailors
    It’s time for one of the biggest events of the year again, which sees all three disciplines involved — slalom, freestyle and wave — as the world’s best sailors prepare to descend upon Sylt’s sandy shores once again for the 2015 Davidoff Sylt PWA Grand Slam, which runs between the 25th September until the 4th October.


    The next 10 day ahead promise to be action packed with the men’s freestyle world title being decided right here and the pressure will be higher than ever with no discard for 2015 — meaning any mistake will be punished to the maximum. Meanwhile, the men’s slalom world title race will continue to gather pace, as will both the men’s and women’s waves.


    Westerland is Germany’s northernmost town, located 186km northwest of Hamburg, and is situated on the beautiful North Sea Island of Sylt. Thanks to its affluent, glamorous lifestyle and thriving tourism industry, Westerland, has earned the reputation of being the ‘Beverly Hills’ of Germany.


    Some say that variety is the spice of life and in this sense Sylt never disappoints as you never quite know what to expect — thanks to the huge variation of conditions that this wonderful island can produce. In strong onshore winds a colossal shore break develops — ready to crush the hopes of any unsuspecting competitors — along with powerful waves of up to three or four meters in size, which provide amazing wave sailing conditions, whilst producing a real challenge for the slalom and freestyle fleets. On the other hand Sylt can also produce great racing and freestyle conditions, when offshore winds grace the island with their presence, although it can then be bitterly cold. One thing is for sure, to win here you need to be the complete all rounder who is willing to have their mettle tested to breaking point.


    Freestyle




    Men’s


    The men’s world title race comes to a boil here in Sylt and it looks as though it will be a straight fight between Dieter Van der Eyken (Starboard / Severne) and Kiri Thode (Starboard / GA Sails). The Belgian is hunting for a maiden world crown, whilst Thode is looking to add to his 2013 world title.


    As things stand the duo are level on points, but Van der Eyken leads having beaten Thode more times this year. The pressure will be higher than ever with both sailors knowing whoever finishes higher come the end of the event will win the 2015 PWA Freestyle World Tour — as long as they finish fifth or higher — which would seem like a formality given the way they have both been sailing so far this season.


    However, if for whatever reason, both Van der Eyken and Thode were to finish outside the top five there is still the outside possibility that Amado Vrieswijk (JP / Severne) could walk away with this year’s title, but to have any chance of doing that the Bonairean would have to beat both of his rivals by at least five places. So for example if Van der Eyken or Thode finished sixth or worse then Vrieswijk would need to win the event — seventh or worse would require a second place finish or better, etc.


    Elsewhere Antony Ruenes (Tabou / GA Sails) has made a rapid recovery from the injury he suffered in Fuerteventura and makes the entry list for the final freestyle event of the year. The Frenchman currently occupies joint fourth in the rankings alongside fellow countryman — Nicolas Akgazciyan (99NoveNove / Point-7 / AL360 / Maui Ultra Fins) — and both still have a shot of pipping Vrieswijk to the final place on the podium. It’s sure to be an intriguing battle between Ruenes and Akgazciyan as they fight to be the top ranked Frenchman.


    As always the remainder of the Bonaire crew — Tonky Frans (Tabou / GA Sails), Taty Frans (Starboard / GA Sails / Mystic) and Youp Schmit (99NoveNove / Avanti) — will be major threats. Plus the likes of Davy Scheffers (Tabou / GA Sails), Yentel Caers (JP / NeilPryde) and Phil Soltysiak (Starboard / Sailworks), whilst three-time world champion Ricardo Campello (Patrik / Point-7 / MFC) and reigning wave world champion — Thomas Traversa (Tabou / GA Sails) — could easily cause some major upsets.


    They’ll be no world title No.7 this time around for Jose ‘Gollito’ Estredo (Fanatic / North / MFC) after the King of Freestyle finished fifteenth in Fuerte due to illness, but the multiple-time world champion will be desperate to end the year with a bang and could yet play a major role in deciding the eventual winner of this year’s title.


    Like Gollito there will also be no world title for Steven Van Broeckhoven this year. The Belgian was leading the tour before a foot injury ruled him out of Fuerteventura — ending his hopes — but he’ll also be wanting to end the year with a flourish.


    Slalom




    Men’s


    Antoine Albeau (RRD / NeilPryde) still leads the way in this year’s title race having discarded his seventh place finish in Turkey, but the reigning world champion doesn’t have any room for error with Matteo Iachino (Fanatic / North) and Pierre Mortefon (Fanatic / North) firmly breathing down his neck. However, he is still the man everyone else has to beat — especially when you consider that he was won two out of the last three events in Sylt. Expect to see Albeau return to his best after a minor blip as he looks to stay in control of the title race.


    Matteo Iachino has established himself as one of the top title contenders for 2015 — showing a level of experience and consistency beyond his young years. The twenty-five year old comes into Sylt on the back of three consecutive podium finishes and you can be sure he’ll be there or there abouts come the end of the event again as he looks to maintain the pressure on Albeau.


    Pierre Mortefon had been threatening to win an event on several occasions over the last couple of years and in Turkey last time out everything clicked into place as he earned his maiden victory on the PWA Slalom World tour with a devastating display, which saw the Frenchman win three out of four eliminations. Confidence will be sky high off the back of that victory and Mortefon has already proven how versatile he is when it comes to the conditions, so he is perfectly equipped to attack the top again.


    Just behind the front three is Ross Williams (Tabou / GA Sails / Mystic), who continues to enjoy a fine season having finished in the top six or better at the opening four events. Williams will be hoping for another big performance as he looks to re-establish himself in the prestigious top three.


    The Brit currently holds a substantial advantage over his next closest rivals — and teammates — Ben Van der Steen (Tabou / GA Sails) and Cedric Bordes (Tabou / GA Sails) — who occupy fifth and sixth respectively.


    Meanwhile, the top ten is currently completed by vice-world champion — Cyril Moussilmani (Starboard / Severne) — Steve Allen (Starboard / Severne), Pascal Toselli (99NoveNove / Point-7) and Gonzalo Costa Hoevel (Starboard / Point-7).


    However, the battle for the overall top ten is still extremely close and the usual suspects of Julien Quentel (RRD / NeilPryde), Antoine Questel (Starboard / GA Sails), Alexandre Cousin (Patrik / Loft Sails / Mystic) — together with Malte Reuscher (JP / NeilPryde) and Tristan Algret — both of whom enter Sylt on the back of their best performances ever, should all be involved again.


    Wave




    Men’s


    Philip Köster (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) and Victor Fernandez (Fanatic / North / MFC) have been almost inseparable so far this season and as a result they head into the fourth event of the year tied on points. Köster technically holds the lead having beaten Fernandez more times this season, but you can be sure of another pulsating battle between the top two in the world. Expect to see more gravity defying stunts and explosive wave moves as they continue to go toe-to-toe with each other.


    Jaeger Stone (Starboard / Severne) cemented his place in the overall top three with another excellent performance in Denmark, which saw Stone take home fourth place. The Australian has established himself as one of the leading contenders on the tour and you can be sure that he’ll be challenging for the top again with more signature wave riding.


    Alex Mussolini (RRD / RRD) currently holds fourth place, just ahead of Ricardo Campello and the Spaniard will be looking to bust out more of his trademark frontside 3s as he looks to discard his ninth place finish from Denmark and cement his place in the top four and beyond. Campello will be a huge threat again with is explosive jumping repertoire and will be desperate to better his seventh place finish from Cold Hawaii.


    Reigning world champion — Thomas Traversa (Tabou / GA Sails) — finds himself in sixth place at the moment, but with only half the season complete that could all change very easily. Meanwhile, Marcilio Browne (Goya Windsurfing / MFC) comes into Sylt on the back of his best result this year, which saw the Brazilian return to the prestigious podium and you can expect to see another big performance as Browne looks to gather momentum heading into the second half of the year.


    Britain’s Robby Swift (JP / NeilPryde / Mystic / Maui Ultra Fins / SWOX) together with German’s Dany Bruch (Starboard / Challenger Sails / AL360) and Klaas Voget (Fanatic / Simmer / MFC) complete the top ten at this stage of the season.


    With the level remaining so incredibly high at the moment almost anyone in the wave fleet has the potential to mount a challenge for the top ten and beyond, so also keep an eye out for Adam Lewis (Fanatic / North / SWOX), Jules Denel (JP / NeilPryde), Florian Jung (RRD / Gun Sails) and Alessio Stillrich (Fanatic / North) — who looks to have taken his sailing to another level.


    Women’s


    Daida Moreno (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) leads the title race, just as she did at this stage last year, having won the opening two events of the year in comprehensive fashion. Daida has been on her A-game throughout and you can expect to see another immaculate performance from her as she looks to further cement her place at the top of the rankings. Brace yourself for massive stalled forwards and trademark one-handed backloops as she looks to do just that.


    Iballa Moreno (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) has been bravely sailing through the pain barrier so far this year, and in spite of that, still remains right on the tail of her sister with two, second place finishes thus far. Expect to see more silky wave rides together with a full arsenal of jumps as she looks to sustain the pressure on Daida at the top.


    Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Mystic / Maui Ultra Fins) currently completes the prestigious top three having finished third and fourth in Pozo, Gran Canaria, and El Medano, Tenerife, respectively, but she’ll face major competition from Amanda Beenen (99NoveNove / Point-7) if she wants to keep third place. Both women have been pushing themselves to the limits and you can expect to see them going even bigger here as they continue their fascinating battle.


    Just behind them is Steffi Wahl (Patrik / Sailloft Hamburg), who is always in contention for the top five and beyond. Wahl excels in the wave riding department and should feature heavily again.


    Alice Arutkin (Fanatic / North) — who finished third overall last year — is currently tied in joint sixth with Poland’s Justyna Sniady (Simmer / Mystic), whilst Italian Caterina Stenta (RRD / Maui Ultra Fins) isn’t far behind and has been improving with every event this season.


    The forecast keeps changing at the moment, but to begin the event it looks as though either the freestyle or slalom fleets will be taking centre stage first with moderate northwesterly winds being predicted for the opening weekend. As always you’ll be able to follow all of the incredible action live via the PWA live stream and live ticker @ www.pwaworldtour.com.

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  • Pünktlich zum Start ist der Wind auch weg:


    Davidoff Cool Water Sylt PWA World Cup


    Day 1: Registered, rigged and ready
    Registration was held for all three fleets — slalom, freestyle and wave — on the opening day of the 2015 Davidoff Cool Water Sylt PWA World Cup between 11:30am until 1:30pm. On a beautiful sunny day several sailors from each of fleet ventured out on to the water to tune up ahead of the start of the event.


    The official opening ceremony was held at 4pm, before which we caught up with the two sailors involved in the freestyle world title race:


    Dieter Van der Eyken (Starboard / Severne), who currently leads the PWA Freestyle World Tour: “I had a freestyle session on my way to here from Denmark, which was nice. I was sailing with Amado [Vrieswijk] and that forced me to go for my first shifties as he was landing them all over the place — that went alright and I sailed away from a couple of wet ones. The rotation is pretty mental, I didn’t know where I was in the rotation, so had some pretty painful crashes as well.”


    On the title race Van der Eyken added: “I feel fine, it looks as though we are going to have a bit of a wait with the off-shores not looking certain, but I feel like a learnt a lot in Fuerte when it comes to dealing with pressure… I just need to win every heat haha! I’d have possibly preferred the wind to be onshore and the sea messy, rather than the offshore direction again — which isn’t my favourite — but Jaeger [Stone] has said he will caddy for me, which will make things a bit easier at least.”


    Kiri Thode (Starboard / GA Sails): “I’m feeling really comfortable at the moment, I’m ready to sail and just hoping we get some wind, so then we can get it done. I’m excited.”


    PWA: How’s your preparation been before the event?


    Kiri Thode: “Actually Bonaire hasn’t been quite windy enough so I’ve only sailed a couple of times, but mentally I’m feeling calm and ready, which is good.”


    The forecast for tomorrow predicts moderate northwesterly winds, which should strengthen slightly as the day progresses. The skippers’ meetings for tomorrow have been scheduled as so:


    — Slalom 10am — 1st possible start 11am


    — Freestyle 10:30am — 1st possible start 11am


    — Wave 12pm — 1st possible start 12:30pm


    As always you’ll be able to stay up to date with all of the action by tuning into www.pwaworldtour.com — here you’ll find the PWA live stream and live ticker.

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  • Eine Slalom Elimination wurde gestern gefahren:


    Davidoff Cool Water PWA Sylt World Cup


    Day 3: Iachino strikes first to claim opening bullet of the week
    The wind arrived on day three of the 2015 Davidoff Cool Water Sylt PWA World Cup and it was the slalom fleet who took centre stage in front of a packed out crowd as the opening elimination was completed in 7-15 knots.


    In the light and tricky conditions Matteo Iachino (Fanatic / North) came out on top and the Italian was visibly delighted with his efforts — knowing the significance of this elimination, which could potentially be the only race to be completed this week. As things stand this would take Iachino to the top of the overall rankings, but there is obviously a long way to go before that is a reality, however, it is the perfect start.


    Slalom


    Elimination One


    Winners’ Final


    Cedric Bordes (Tabou / GA Sails) screamed down the opening reach to lead into the first buoy, but the Frenchman’s advantage didn’t last long as Matteo Iachino (Fanatic / North) executed a splendid gybe to overtake Bordes on the exit. The Italian has been on the top of his game for the entire season and there was no chance he was going to let this golden opportunity to draw first blood through his fingers. Iachino continued to show excellent speed and solid gybes over the remainder of the course to take the first bullet of the week. Bordes defended off the challenge of Antoine Albeau (RRD / NeilPryde) to claim second, whilst the top four was completed by Andrea Cucchi (Starboard / Point-7).


    Kurosh Kiani (Starboard / Point-7 / Maui Ultra Fins) recorded his best result this season as the Dane qualified for the winners’ final to finish the elimination in eighth place.


    Ben Van der Steen (Tabou / GA Sails) missed out on a place in the winners’ final after hitting a piece of chop mid gybe, which stopped him dead in his tracks, At the time the flying Dutchman held a qualifying place, but couldn’t recover as Antoine Questel (Starboard / GA Sails), Andrea Cucchi, Antoine Albeau and Steve Allen (Starboard / Severne) all booked their place in the final, whilst Ross Williams (Tabou / GA Sails / Mystic) narrowly missed out in fifth.


    Malte Reuscher (JP / NeilPryde) made the best recovery possible after a dropped gybe cost him a place in the final when leading the second semifinal. The Italian dominated Heat 15 to finish the first race in ninth place.


    A number of big names fell in the opening couple of rounds, but the biggest shock of them all saw Pierre Mortefon (Fanatic / North) eliminated in the quarterfinals. The Frenchman didn’t put a foot wrong in the last event in Turkey, but today couldn’t recover from a slow start in Heat 9 as he missed out in fifth place.


    The forecast for the next few days doesn’t look too promising with almost no wind being predicted at the moment. However, the end of the week should see the return of the wind on the latest forecast model. The skippers’ meeting for all three fleets will be held at 10am tomorrow morning. Make sure you tune into www.pwaworldtour.com to stay up to date with all of the latest news from the event.

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  • Gestern:


    Day 5: Adam Sims wins tow-in expression session ahead of Van Broeckhoven and Bosson
    The freestyle fleet took centre stage in Sylt today and although there was no wind they provided an explosive display with a fantastic tow-in expression session, which kept the crowds that had gathered thoroughly entertained.


    In the morning a trials session was held to whittle down the 18 entrants into a top 12 before the final was held at 3pm. The following 12 sailors qualified:


    Julien Mas (JP / Avanti)


    Steven van Broeckhoven (JP / NeilPryde)


    Adam Sims (Patrik / Sailloft Hamburg / Flymount)


    Tonky Frans (Tabou / GA Sails / AL360)


    Amado Vrieswijk (Starboard / Severne)


    Adrien Bosson (Fanatic / North / Maui Ultra Fins)


    Gollito Estredo (Fanatic / North / MFC)


    Yentel Caers (JP / NeilPryde)


    Ricardo Campello (Patrik / Point-7 / MFC)


    Youp Schmit (99NoveNove / Avanti)


    Marco Lufen (JP / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins)


    Max Matissek (Fanatic / North)


    Expression Session Tow-in Final


    Each sailor was given three attempts to show their most explosive stunt and in the end it was Adam Sims, who took top honours with an amazing spock into culo, which earned the Brit 29.8 points out of a possible 30. Steven Van Broeckhoven wasn’t far behind with an immaculate air funnel into burner, but his 28.5 points weren’t quite enough to stop Sims. Meanwhile, the podium was completed by Adrien Bosson, who rotated through an impressive pasko after finding a rare ramp on the inside.


    The forecast for tomorrow is almost identical to today, so with this in mind a SUP race has been planned to provide the entertainment. The sailors will meet at 10am again tomorrow morning for the skippers’ meeting and you will be able to follow the action live via the PWA live stream and live ticker @ www.pwaworldtour.com.

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  • Nichts an Tag 6:


    Day 6: Cabeibusha the curly gem premiering this Friday and Saturday in Sylt
    The wind may have been absent on day six of the Davidoff Cool Water Sylt PWA World Cup, but the glorious weather continued with wall-to-wall sunshine and a fun SUP Race was held to provide the entertainment.


    8 teams battled it out for the €2,000 prize purse and after a tough battle Team 2, consisting of Amanda Beenen (99NoveNove / Point-7), Sebastian Kornum (NeilPryde), Nicklas Borgen (JP / NeilPryde), Rasmus Oegelund (Patrik / Sailloft Hamburg), Steve Allen (Starboard / Severne) and Enrico Marotti (RRD / NeilPryde), came out on top as they defeated Team 5 — Caterina Stenta (RRD / RRD / Maui Ultra Fins), Malte Reuscher (JP / NeilPryde), Andrea Ferin (RRD / Challenger Sails / AL360), Mateus Isaac (Starboard / NeilPryde), Jordy Vonk (Starboard / Point-7), Nick van den Eerenbeemt (JP / NeilPryde).


    Earlier in the day we also caught up with Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Mystic / Maui Ultra Fins), to find out more about her new movie ‘Cabeibusha the curly gem’ which premiers on the 2nd and 3rd of October at Kinowelt, Westerland, Strandstr 9 at 9pm.


    Sarah-Quita: “Cabeibusha is SQ’s nickname and literally translated from Papiamento it means ‘ wild hair’ We've been working on Cabeibusha for the past eight months. In the past, windsurfing movies focused mostly on action. With this movie we hope to give the viewer a taste of the lifestyle of a windsurfer.”




    “We're taking you with us to explore Australia and Iceland and you'll see what life on tour is like. Through it all, Aruba will play the main role. Hope you guys like this trailer by Broken Bloke Productions!”


    Make sure you don’t miss out on the world premier by visiting the German Surf Magazine Stand where tickets are available for both viewings. For now though be sure to check out the trailer @ https://vimeo.com/137460155.


    The forecast for tomorrow looks more promising with 10-14 knots being predicted, so there will be a chance of further racing or possibly freestyle. The skippers’ meetings have been called for 10am with the first possible start at 10:30am. Don’t miss any of the action by tuning into www.pwaworldtour.com — here you’ll find the PWA live stream and live ticker.


    There will also be another tow in session open to all freestylers and wave sailors — Please come and sign up for this tomorrow at 11:00am to 12pm, The first trials will take place tomorrow at 15:00. The second trials will take place on Saturday at 11:30, with a final on Saturday at 15:00.

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  • Bericht in den Husumer Nachrichten. Ein Außenstehender nimmt wie ein Insektenforscher "unseren" Event unter die Lupe. Alles richtig was er sagt. Aber durch die stocknüchterne, lakonische Art, wie der Autor es ausdrückt, bekommt man das Gefühl ein Idiot zu sein, soviel Herzblut und Leidenschaft da reinzustecken. Die SURF ist doch die SURF - also quasi die Institution schlechthin und nicht wie der Autor es ausdrückt "...die Zeitschrift "Surf"..." Oder zu Robby Naish: "...der Mann der Windsurfen zum Geschäft gemacht hat...." Häh ? Ich kotz gleich :bonk:
    Wer ist dieser "arb" - wo wohnt der ?! :mad:


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  • Wenn eine Zeitung schon jemand dahin schickt um einen Bericht zu schreiben, sollten die sich wenigstens die Namen richtig notieren. Ein Sinnbild für Desinteresse, gibt es aber auch so in "Fach-" Zeitschriften.
    Ein Armutszeugnis...

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  • geil - hier kann man direkt sehen, wie schnell die Fahrer waren, bei welchem Wind und welchem Winkel zum Wind. Genial: http://worldcupsylt2015.sapsai…61-4113-8263-1667cd37ac76



    einfach auf das "Segelboot" klicken, daß einen interessiert


    mich würde mal interessieren, wie genau da die Speedmessungen sind im Vergleich zum GT31. Wenn man so die Deutsche Meisterschaft im Speedsurfen live übertragen könnte (+ Livecameras) wäre das absolut sensationell und definitiv der Durchbruch !

  • Wen interessiert denn die DM? :) Sind das nicht die, die lieber unter sich bleiben...?...

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  • Also, mal im Ernst: In jedem europäischen Land trommeln die Veranstalter wie viel Starter zusammen für die nationalen Wettkämpfe?


    WSW auf jeden Fall wie jedes Jahr überbucht. Holland? Man betrachte die holländische Seite...

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  • @ worldcup - windpech gibts überall, das ist halt die crux bei unserer sportart. vielleicht gibts ja heute was zu sehen im livestream


    @ artikel - der ist doch aus der sicht einer regionalzeitung durchaus ok. was erwartet ihr euch an einem, langweiligen verregneten starnd, kalt, grau, greislich, nur gefrustete sportler...


    @ tracking system - also so besonders oder neu ist das wirklich nicht, seit jahren im olympischen format standard, ebenso kieler woche, segel bundesliga, defiwind, etc. grösste anwendung mMn bei den BIC T293 events wo bis zu 300 tracker am wasser sind. wobei mir aktuell das SAP System am besten gefällt

    Manche Menschen haben einen Stock im Arsch, und andere einen ganzen Grenzpfosten! c miss_paran0ia