Hvide Sande PWA World Cup 2019

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  • For the first time since 2017, the PWA World Tour is delighted to return to Hvide Sande, Denmark, for the 2019 Waterz Festival, which takes place between 9th-14th September. Over the next 6 days the world’s fastest women and men will be battling it out in their 3rd and 4th fights of the season for those all important world tour points as the tour heads into the second half of the year.


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    An aerial view of the racing in 2017


    Hvide Sande is a small town in the middle of the Holmsland Dunes and placed around the artificial canal which connects Ringkøbing Fjord to the North Sea, in the western part of Central Denmark, formerly Ringkjøbing County. This small town is only home to around 3,500 inhabitants for much of the year, but duringtJuly and August this can rise by as much to 20 times more with the area proving extremely popular with tourists looking for a quieter break away from city life and of course with watersport enthusiasts with the fjord creating a perfect playground for a vast array of sports.


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    Event HQ


    Slalom


    Women’s


    In both 2016 and ’17 - Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) - came out on top here in Hvide Sande, but the Aruban, who last competed on the racecourse in June 2018 will face a tough task to defend those event titles with reigning world champion - Delphine Cousin Questel (Starboard / S2Maui) - currently dominating the women’s racing circuit. Cousin Questel is currently on an 8 event winning run (6 Slalom & 2 Foil), which stretches back to November 2017 and she’ll be extremely difficult to stop again. However, with 4 Slalom world title herself, Offringa can never be ruled out!


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    Delphine Cousin Questel


    Up to this point, Marion Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone) has been Cousin Questel’s closest rival with the 27-year-old finishing as the runner up on both occasions in Japan and South Korea earlier this season. Mortefon has continually increased her level over the last few seasons and has developed into one of the top names in women’s racing and you can expect to see another strong showing from her this time out. In 2017 Mortefon also completed the podium here.


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    Marion Mortefon


    Maëlle Guilbaud (Patrik / Loftsails) currently completes the overall top 3 coming into Denmark after backing up an excellent 4th place in Japan with a superb podium in South Korea. The 22-year-old finished 5th here in 2017, but has a lot more experience under her belt since then and you can expect to see her pushing for the podium again together with Lilou Granier (Starboard / Phantom Sails), whom she pipped to the podium in South Korea.


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    Maëlle Guilbaud


    Lena Erdil (Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins) is still battling to return to full fitness more than a year after suffering a Lisfranc Fracture. The 30-year-old is still ranked 4th overall in the world after two events and will have aspirations of challenging for the podium, but just how much that injury affects her performance, particularly if there is a lot of racing remains to be seen.


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    Lena Erdil


    Elsewhere watch out for Oda Brødholt (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins), who earned her first Slalom podium in France in April and returns to the racecourse here having missed the Asian leg of the tour.


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    Oda Brødholt


    Other names to keep an eye out for include Fulya Ünlü (Starboard / Point-7), who has undoubted potential, but tends to be very inconsistent of late, Océane Lescadieu (S2Maui), currently ranked 6th, Nimet Tulumen (KA Sails), Esther de Geus (Fanatic / Duotone), who also returns for the first time since France and Jenna Gibson (Fanatic / Duotone), who has previously won eliminations.


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    Océane Lescadieu


    Men’s


    The last two event titles here went to two very familiar faces - Matteo Iachino (Starboard / Severne) in 2016 and Antoine Albeau (JP / NeilPryde) in 2017 and you wouldn’t bet against either one of them, or the final member of the big top 3 - Pierre Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins) - from claiming the top spot on the podium come to the end of the event. The big top 3 were in a league of their own in Fuerteventura and if they are in the same kind of mood they could dominate again over the next 6 days.


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    Antoine Albeau


    Albeau holds a healthy 600 point lead at the top of the rankings coming into Denmark, but with a discard coming into play at the end of the event he could see that lead completely erased depending on how results play out with Mortefon - currently ranked 3rd - and Iachino - currently 5th - looking to discard a 12th and 25th place respectively.


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    Pierre Mortefon


    Jordy Vonk (Fanatic / Duotone) is currently Albeau’s closest rival, but the flying Dutchman lost ground in Fuerteventura after finishing 7th there. The 26-year-old was ill prior to Fuerte and also lost a significant amount of weight, but if he’s now back to full fitness and strength you can expect to see him in and around the podium positions once more - Vonk started the season with a 4th and a second.


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    Jordy Vonk


    Mateus Isaac (JP / NeilPryde) and Tristan Algret (Starboard / Severne / Chopper Fins) are currently both enjoying their best season to date on the world tour - 4th and 6th respectively - and both men will be looking to continue that momentum heading into the second half of the season.


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    Mateus Isaac


    Ross Williams (Tabou / GA Sails) has been one of the most impressive sailors behind the big top 3 in recent years and the Brit is usually a sure fire safe bet for the top 10 - with the potential to challenge for the podium if in the right form, while Julien Quentel (Patrik / Gun Sails) showed why he’s also one of the best in Fuerteventura - 4th. The duo are currently ranked 7th and 8th respectively and could both feature heavily.


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    Ross Williams


    At this stage of the season the overall top 10 is completed by Finian Mayard (FMX Racing) and Ethan Westera (Tabou / GA Sails), but it’s still very tight behind them with Antoine Questel (I-99 / S2Maui), Marco Lang (Fanatic / Duotone), Cedric Bordes (Tabou / GA Sails), Enrico Marotti (JP / NeilPryde), Basile Jacquin (I-99 / Point-7) and Ingmar Daldorf (Tabou / GA Sails) all in that chasing pack looking to move from the overall top 16 into the top 10.


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    Finian Maynard & Enrico Marotti


    Elsewhere, Maciek Rutkowski (FMX Racing / Challenger Sails) is currently tied on 25,250 points with Ingmar Daldorf, but the Pole comes into Denmark on the back of his best result on the world tour - 6th in Fuerteventura - where the 27-year-old sailed superbly, never finishing out of the top 14, while without some incredibly bad luck he could have finished even higher. Rutkowski looks to have found a new level of maturity and if he comes to Denmark with that same level of consistency he could well be attacking the top 5 and beyond.


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    Maciek Rutkowski


    Also keep a lookout for Sebastian Kördel (Starboard / GA Sails), who was unable to race in Fuerteventura after suffering a nasty cut to his foot just before the racing was due to the start. The German finished on the podium here in 2016, while he also earned a podium finish in France earlier this year and could be a threat again.


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    Sebastian Kördel


    As normal there are a plethora of other sailors who are more than capable of battling it out for the top 16 and beyond such as; Pascal Toselli (JP / Loftsails / Chopper Fins), Bruno Martini (I-99 / Challenger Sails), Alexandre Cousin (Patrik / Phantom Sails / Chopper Fins), who sailed impressively in Fuerte, Sebastian Kornum (JP / NeilPryde), who will be hoping for a strong performance on home waters, plus the likes of Cyril Moussilmani (RRD / RRD Sails), teammates Arnon Dagan (Future Fly / NeilPryde) and Taty Frans (Future Fly / Point-7), while fellow Bonairean - Amado Vrieswijk (JP / Severne) also returns to the lineup having opted not to compete in Fuerte.


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    Amado Vrieswijk


    One other name to mention is Vincent Langer (Fanatic / Duotone), who while may not compete on every stop of the tour more than has the ability to mix it with the best in the world. The German finished 4th here in 2016, which also included a bullet and previously earned an event podium - Sylt 2017.


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    Vincent Langer


    With a promising forecast to come the 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup promises to be a wild, windy and at times wet affair with hopefully plenty of exciting racing to come. Make sure you don’t miss any of the action by tuning into www.pwaworldtour.combetween the 9th-14th September - here you’ll be able to see everything as it happens via the PWA live stream.


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    The promising forecast for the event


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    Schedule Day 1 | (All Times GMT+2)


    Registration: 10:00-11:00

    Skippers’ Meeting: 13:00

    First Possible Start: 14:00


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    Current Ranking 2019 PWA Slalom World Tour - Women’s
    *After two events


    1st Delphine Cousin Questel (FRA | Starboard / S2Maui)

    2nd Marion Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone)

    3rd Maëlle Guilbaud (FRA | Patrik / Loftsails)

    4th Lena Erdil (TUR | Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins)

    5th Lilou Granier (NC | Starboard / Phantom Sails)


    Current Ranking 2019 PWA Slalom World Tour - Men’s

    *After three events


    1st Antoine Albeau (FRA | JP / NeilPryde)

    2nd Jordy Vonk (NED | Fanatic / Duotone)

    3rd Pierre Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins)

    4th Mateus Isaac (BRA | JP / NeilPryde)

    5th Matteo Iachino (ITA | Starboard / Severne)

    6th Tristan Algret (GPE | Starboard / Severne / Chopper Fins)

    7th Ross Williams (GBR | Tabou / GA Sails)

    8th Julien Quentel (SXM | Patrik / Gun Sails)

    9th Finian Maynard (KV | FMX Racing)

    10th Ethan Westera (ARU | Tabou / GA Sails

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  • Das war Tag 1:


    As the forecast suggested the opening day of the 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup proved to be a relaxed affair with the wind remaining light throughout, so after registration in the morning the sailors took the opportunity to make sure all their gear is fully prepared, while enjoying the warm sunshine which is set to be replaced tomorrow by wind and rain.


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    Beautiful weather before the cold front hits


    In total 80 sailors have signed up for the next 5 days of competition with 57 men and 23 women registering during the morning. With no action on the water today we caught up with Matteo Iachino (Starboard / Severne), who will be looking to climb up the overall rankings by the end of the week with the Italian looking to discard a 25th place from France:


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    Matteo Iachino


    PWA: Hey Matteo, after a one year break we are back in Denmark, you have a really good record here from 2016 and ’17 with one win and a second place how are you feeling being back in Denmark?


    MI: “Yeah, I feel happy. I've been here already for a few days to prepare for the event and I feel confident, the forecast looks good, so just can't wait to compete.”


    PWA: What are you gonna be rigging up looking at the forecast?


    MI: “Well, I rigged up all the way from 9.4m down to 6.2m. The forecast looks windy, so I guess it's going to be between 7.8-7.0 mostly, but hopefully even something windier in a day or two. It depends on the clouds here. But, yeah, it looks promising.”


    PWA: In terms of the title race, this is potentially quite a big event with yourself and Pierre obviously looking for a discard to close the gap at the top to Antoine Albeau. How are you feeling about that?


    MI: “Yeah, I feel good. As I say, I just hope to do many races as if we complete many race races I feel confident to do good. And probably I can quite easily discard my result from France and after that its all open heading into Nouméa, so yeah, obviously this is pretty important event, Just waiting to get some wind.”


    PWA: And after Fuerte what have you been up to?


    MI: “I just kept training and went to Tarifa for some testing with Starboard and Severne. We work on the Olympic project for a while. And obviously on the new sails and boards next year and then just gym, and water training as usual. Nothing, nothing different than usual.”


    PWA: Thanks, Matteo. Good luck for the contest.


    With a solid forecast to come tomorrow, and the rest of the week, there looks set to be plenty of racing to come over the next 5 days. The sailors will meet again tomorrow morning at 9am (GMT+2) for the skippers’ meeting with the racing commencing from 10am.


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    The forecast for the next five days


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  • Das war Tag 2:


    After a calm opening day to the 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup, there was a full day of racing on offer for day two with two men’s and three women’s eliminations being completed in 10 to 20 knots of wind. There was plenty of drama with several of the top seeds suffering less than ideal starts, while some sailors made a resurgence to leave the event excitingly poised heading into day three, which promises to be a cracker.


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    Sarah-Quita Offringa goes over the handlebars


    Women’s


    Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) may be competing in her first Slalom event since Portugal last year, but that hasn’t stopped the Aruban from hitting the water running. A catapult on the opening reach in the first winners’ final effectively cost Offringa a chance of winning Elimination 1 - eventually having to settle for 6th - but the 28-year-old was then untouchable as she claimed back-to-back bullets to lead the event rankings at the end of the first day.


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    Sarah-Quita Offringa


    Marion Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone) is currently Offringa’s closest challenger in second place after enjoying a very consistent day. The current world No.2 started the day with two fourth places before signing off with a second after managing to avoid the carnage at the first mark.


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    Marion Mortefon


    Reigning world champion and current world tour leader - Delphine Cousin Questel (Starboard / S2Maui) - hasn’t had things all her own way on the first day of racing and finds ranked 3rd at the close of play. The 28-year-old started solidly with a 3rd and then a second, but then got caught up in the melee at the first mark in Elimination 3 and with the wind on the light side of the spectrum had to settle for 6th. Cousin Questel can, of course, look to discard that result in the next race, but will be wary of the fact that she’ll need to register a bullet sooner rather than later as to not allow Offringa to steal too much of a march on her.


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    Delphine Cousin Questel


    The day started brilliantly for Jenna Gibson (Fanatic / Duotone) with the Brit claiming her second bullet on the world tour after showing tremendous pace to leave her rivals in her wake. However, the wheels then slightly fell off with an 8th and a 5th, but the 22-year-old remains very much in the hunt for the podium!


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    Jenna Gibson


    Meanwhile, Maëlle Guilbaud (Patrik / Loftsails) bounced back brilliantly from a disappointing 10th place in the opener by steadying the ship with an excellent 3rd and 4th, which sees the current world No.3 recover into 5th place ahead of Oda Brødholt (Starboard / Severne), Océane Lescadieu (S2Maui) and Fulya Ünlü.


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    Maëlle Guilbaud


    Lena Erdil (Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins) currently finds herself in 9th place after seeing a bright start - second in the opening race - derailed by a 9th and a 12th after being caught up at the first mark in both Elimination 3 and 4. The Turk was prominently placed on both occasions and was less than happy, but will now have to regroup and try to fight her way back up the rankings.


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    Lene Erdil and Jenna Gibson come together


    Men’s


    Much has been made of the importance of this event in terms of the title race with the discard coming into play and you could see just how much claiming the opening bullet meant to Pierre Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins) as he began the event in perfect fashion with an impressive victory, before finishing 4th in the second elimination.


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    Pierre Mortefon


    The Frenchman heads up the event rankings at the end of the first day of racing, but only has a slender one point advantage over fellow world title hopeful - Matteo Iachino (Starboard / Severne) - who secured a crucial bullet in the second race to keep himself firmly in contention heading into day three having finished 5th in the opener.


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    Matteo Iachino


    While two out of the big 3 are tussling it out at the top of the rankings the remaining member - world tour leader Antoine Albeau (JP / NeilPryde) - finds himself sat just outside the overall top 10 at the close of play after a rare quarterfinal exit in Elimination 2. AA found himself squeezed out on the approach into the first mark and then got covered on the exit, which left him with too much of a deficit to recover from. AA had started the day with a solid second place, but will now need to not put a foot wrong over the next couple of races in order to be able to discard that 22.5.


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    Antoine Albert


    Ben van der Steen (Goya Windsurfing) rekindled his racing flame today as the Flying Dutchman enjoyed his best day in quite some time on the world tour. Van der Steen won every qualifying heat he sailed today to deservedly book his place in both winners’ finals and is currently ranked third after a 4th and 7th place.


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    Ben van der Steen


    The current top 4, which is completed by Ross Williams (Tabou / GA Sails) are the only sailors to have a 100% winners’ final record remaining after the first two races. The Brit did well to pip teammate - Ethan Westera (Tabou / GA Sails) - to the final place into the semifinals of Elimination 2 before going on to finish 5th - one place better than his result in the first.


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    Ross Williams


    Two-time youth world champion - Basile Jacquin (I-99 / Point-7) - has made a bright start to proceedings and the 21-year-old currently finds himself in 5th place after qualifying for one losers’ final and a winners’ final. Jacquin is currently level on 18 points with Taty Frans (Future Fly / Point-7), who also qualified for one losers’ final and a winners’ final.


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    Basile Jacquin


    Local boy Sebastian Kornum (JP / NeilPryde) continues to break the stereotypical slalom model by holding his own with the world’s best on home waters. The Dane is currently ranked 7th after a 7th and 12th.


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    Sebastian Kornum


    Meanwhile, the top 10 is currently completed by Enrico Marotti (JP / NeilPryde), who bounced back brilliantly from a quarterfinal exit by recording a superb 3rd place in Elimination 2, which sees the Croat rise to 8th. Then we have Maciek Rutkowski (FMX / Challenger Sails) - 9th - and Antoine Questel (I-99 / S2Maui) - 10th.


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    Enrico Marotti


    It’s also back to the drawing board for current world No.2 - Jordy Vonk (Fanatic / Duotone) - who suffered a disastrous start to the event. Things went from bad to worse for Vonk, who after being eliminated in the quarterfinals of Elimination 1 was then eliminated in round 2 of the next. Whether Vonk is still recovering from the illness that affected him prior to Fuerteventura, only he will know, but he will still want to try to bounce back strongly over the coming days - starting from tomorrow.


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    Jordy Vonk


    21-year-old Damien Arnoux (Simmer / Simmer Sails) also deserves a mention after the young Frenchman booked his place in the top 16 of an elimination not just once, but twice, for the first time. He is currently ranked 15th. Arnoux had looked extremely quick in Fuerte, but was found wanting in the gybes, but here with the flatter water, he looks much more adept.


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    Damien Arnoux


    Elsewhere, Arnon Dagan (Future Fly / NeilPryde) and Alexandre Cousin (Patrik / Phantom Sails) mixed the good with the bad with each sailor suffering a disappointing quarterfinal exit, but also recording an excellent second (Dagan) and third (Cousin) respectively.


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    Arnon Dagan nails a start


    The forecast looks like we are in store for a wet, wild, and most importantly windy Wednesday with WindGuru currently predicting winds in excess of 30 knots. The sailors will meet again at 9:30am (GMT+2) for the skippers’ meeting with the action commencing from 10:30am onwards.


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    The forecast heading into Wednesday


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    Current Ranking 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup - Women’s Slalom
    *After 3 Eliminations


    1st Sarah-Quita Offringa (ARU | Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins)

    2nd Marion Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone)

    3rd Delphine Cousin Questel (FRA | Starboard / S2Maui)

    4th Jenna Gibson (GBR | Fanatic / Duotone)

    5th Maëlle Guilbaud (FRA | Patrik / Loftsails)

    6th Oda Brødholt (NOR | Starboard / Severne)

    7th Océane Lescadieu (NC | S2Maui)

    8th Fulya Ünlü (TUR | Starboard / Severne) Sarah Jackson (GBR | Tabou / GA Sails)

    9th Lena Erdil (TUR | Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins)

    10th Marianne Rautelin (FIN | Patrik / Loftsails)


    Current Ranking 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup - Men’s Slalom
    *After 2 Eliminations


    1st Pierre Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins)

    2nd Matteo Iachino (ITA | Starboard / Severne)

    3rd Ben van der Steen (NED | Goya Windsurfing)

    4th Ross Williams (GBR | Tabou / GA Sails)

    5th Basile Jacquin (FRA | I-99 / Point-7)

    6th Taty Frans (NB | Future Fly / Point-7)

    7th Sebastian Kornum (DEN | JP / NeilPryde)

    8th Enrico Marotti (CRO | JP / NeilPryde)

    9th Maciek Rutkowski (POL | FMX Racing / Challenger Sails)

    10th Antoine Questel (FRA | I-99 / S2Maui)

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  • es reicht der sound - wetterbedingt sind die biler eher sinnlos ;)


    aber der kommentar ist - wie meistens - super

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  • Das war der heutige, dritte Tag:


    Day 3 of the 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup more than lived up to its billing of wet, wild and windy Wednesday as winds in excess of 35-40 knots battered Hvide Sande while driving rain made visibility precarious at times to provide a stern test of the sailors' mettle. By the end of the afternoon even the majority of the biggest guys were left reaching for their smallest gear, but unfortunately the ferociousness of the conditions claimed no fewer than 5 victims along the way with Cedric Bordes (Tabou / GA Sails) - suspected broken rib - Tuesday-Lou Judd (I-99 / Phantom Sails) - suspected broken foot - Nimet Tulumen (Tabou / GA Sails) - injured foot - Fulya Ünlü (Starboard / Severne) - broken nose - and Luis Boronat (Loftsails) all ending up on the casualties list after an intense day of racing.


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    Fulya Ünlü - one of the many sailors in the wars today


    Women’s


    Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) continues to set the pace in Denmark with the Aruban holding a 3.6 point advantage at the top of the event rankings over Delphine Cousin Questel (Starboard / S2Maui) to end day 3. After the completion of Elimination 4 Offringa held a perfect record - 0.7, 0.7, 0.7 - after completing a brilliant hat-trick and then discarded her 6th place from the opening race with a 3rd in the last.


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    Sarah-Quita Offringa


    As already mentioned Delphine Cousin Questel is now Offringa’s closest rival with the reigning world champion climbing one place to second after claiming her first bullet of the week in the last race of the day. That victory brings Cousin Questel to within 3.6 points of Offringa with 3 more days to go, so the current world tour leader is well placed to attack the top as she looks to maintain her winning run.


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    Delphine Cousin Questel celebrates an important bullet


    Jenna Gibson (Fanatic / Duotone) climbs one place from the overnight rankings into third, at the expense of Marion Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone) who drops to fourth, after enjoying an excellent day with a 2nd and a 4th.


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    Jenna Gibson


    Elsewhere, Maëlle Guilbaud (Patrik / Loftsails), Oda Brødholt (Starboard / Severne) and Océane Lescadieu (S2Maui) remain 5th-7th, while Lena Erdil (Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins) climbs one place to 8th despite a below-par day, by her standards, after only recording a 6th and an 11th in the extreme conditions.


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    Maëlle Guilbaud


    Men’s


    Pierre Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins) and Matteo Iachino (Starboard / Severne) started the day first and second in the event rankings, but both men would miss out on the winners’ final of Elimination 3. However, with the way the other results went, and with Iachino securing the win in the losers’ final - 9th overall - that was still enough to send the Italian to the top of the event rankings, albeit with not much breathing room, with Ross Williams (Tabou / GA Sails) just 0.3 of a point behind at that stage.


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    Pierre Mortefon catapults


    However, after earning his first bullet of the week in Elimination 3 it looked as though - Antoine Albeau (JP / NeilPryde) - was primed to take control of the event having finished second in the first elimination and the discard to come - particularly with the extreme conditions that he excels in on offer. But that’s not how things played out as the reigning world champion suffered a heavy catapult during quarterfinals of the 4th elimination, which leaves him in 9th place at the halfway stage.


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    Antoine Albeau


    In the end, it is Iachino who ends the day as the clear event leader after the 29-year-old secured his second bullet in four races to sign off the day in style, whilst more importantly opening up a 3.3 point advantage at the top of the rankings.


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    Matteo Iachino celebrates


    Mortefon, meanwhile, falls one place to second after a 16th and a 5th but is still well within striking distance heading into the second half of the event.


    Maciek Rutkowski (FMX Racing / Challenger Sails) enjoyed arguably his best day to date on the world tour with the Pole finishing 3rd and second in the two races completed today. Rutkowski showed this kind of form in Fuerteventura and has picked up exactly where he left off and he deservedly climbs 6 places from 9th to 3rd in the overnight ranking, which keeps him firmly in the hunt for a maiden Slalom podium.


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    Maciek Rutkowski in fine form


    Behind him, Ross Williams remains in 4th place after a 4th in elimination 3, while the Brit discards a 16th from race 4 after just being edged out in the semifinals for a place in the top 8. Williams was the last sailor standing with a perfect record of winners' final appearances this week, which perhaps highlights just how difficult and challenging conditions have been.


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    Ross Williams


    Like Rutkowski, Julien Quentel (Patrik / Gun Sails) and Antoine Questel (Starboard / S2Maui) were the two other standout sailors of the day in the hardcore conditions. Quentel recorded a second and a third, and Questel a 4th and a 5th, which sees both of them gain plenty of ground. Questel rises 5 places from 10th to 5th, while Quentel comes from outside the top 10 into 6th after recovering brilliantly from a disappointing day yesterday.


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    Julien Quentel


    Elsewhere, Ben van der Steen (Goya Windsurfing) still hasn’t finished outside the top 16, but couldn’t quite replicate his two top 7 finishes from day two, so the flying Dutchman loses a few places, falling from 3rd to 7th, while Basile Jacquin (I-99 / Point-7) and Taty Frans (Future Fly / Point-7) both drop out of the current top 10 - 12th and 13th respectively.


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    Taty Frans


    As this stage, Sebastian Kornum (JP / NeilPryde) and Enrico Marotti (JP / NeilPryde) complete the top 10, while Tristan Algret (Starboard / Severne / Chopper Fins) is another sailor to have recovered well from a disappointing day of racing yesterday with the 25-year-old qualifying for both winners’ finals today.


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    Tristan Algret


    Unfortunately for Jordy Vonk (Fanatic / Duotone), his woes continue with the Flying Dutchman, who came into the event ranked second in the world, failing to get past the quarterfinal stage in any of the opening 4 eliminations. That leaves Vonk in a lowly 28th - almost guaranteeing that this event will be his discard barring a miraculous recovery. It seems that Vonk’s illness from before Fuerteventura is still taking its toll as before this event the 26-year-old had not outside the top 11 in the last 9 events, so something certainly seems amiss.


    The forecast for Thursday still looks solid with 18-20 knots of wind from the west-south-west currently being predicted, while the weather is also expected to improve, which should hopefully provide another full day of racing. We’ll be back from 9:30am (GMT+2) for the skippers’ meeting with the racing commencing from 10:30am onwards.


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    Forecast heading into the second half of the event


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    Current Ranking 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup - Women’s Slalom
    *After 5 Eliminations


    1st Sarah-Quita Offringa (ARU | Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins)

    2nd Delphine Cousin Questel (FRA | Starboard / S2Maui)

    3rd Jenna Gibson (GBR | Fanatic / Duotone)

    4th Marion Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone)

    5th Maëlle Guilbaud (FRA | Patrik / Loftsails)

    6th Oda Brødholt (NOR | Starboard / Severne)

    7th Océane Lescadieu (NC | S2Maui)

    8th Lena Erdil (TUR | Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins)

    9th Fulya Ünlü (TUR | Starboard / Severne) Sarah Jackson (GBR | Tabou / GA Sails)

    10th Sarah Jackson (GBR | Tabou / GA Sails)


    Current Ranking 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup - Men’s Slalom
    *After 4 Eliminations


    1st Matteo Iachino (ITA | Starboard / Severne)

    2nd Pierre Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins)

    3rd Maciek Rutkowski (POL | FMX Racing / Challenger Sails)

    4th Ross Williams (GBR | Tabou / GA Sails)

    5th Antoine Questel (FRA | I-99 / S2Maui)

    6th Julien Quentel (SXM | Patrik / Gun Sails)

    7th Ben van der Steen (NED | Goya Windsurfing)

    8th Sebastian Kornum (DEN | JP / NeilPryde)

    9th Antoine Albeau (FRA | JP / NeilPryde)

    10th Enrico Marotti (CRO | JP / NeilPryde)

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  • Kein guter Tag für Albeau heute, ist im Ranking ordentlich abgerutscht.

    Im Gegensatz zu Gunnar Asmussen, der hatte heute einen Top Tag! Platz 13 im Ranking.


    Der Stream war heute eine Katastrophe. Immer wieder Verbindungsabbrüche, chaotische Interviews, von denen man teilweise nichts verstand, weil das Mikro zu weit von der akustischen Quelle entfernt war, u.v.m.


    Dann überwiegend mit einer schlecht auflösenden Strandkamera gefilmt, wo immer wieder irgendwelche Surfschüler, Kiter, Materialtester durchs Bild gefahren sind.


    Nur EINE Drohne im Einsatz (man hatte wohl zu wenig Batterien), die dann auch nur gelegentlich Bilder geliefert hat.


    Ben Profitt konnte einem leid tun, er musste auf die weite Entfernung hin die Rennen kommentieren. Er hat trotzdem in gewohnter Qualität geliefert, obwohl man eigentlich nur raten konnte, wer, weit draussen auf dem Fjord, gerade in welcher Position fährt.


    Also da ist auf jeden Fall noch Luft nach oben.

  • Das war Tag 4:


    With the conditions being a stark contrast to yesterday with lighter winds - 10-18 knots - and extremely flat water that meant that the sailors were really pushing the starts on - Day 4 of the 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup - with the start being so critical in these conditions. However, that led to a lot of disqualifications with an exceptionally fine line between success and failure when looking for a perfectly timed start - which resulted in just over quarter of the men’s field being disqualified through premature starts - 14/53 - 26.41% - in Elimination 5. Another fine day of racing in Denmark saw day four conclude with a further two eliminations in both the men’s and women’s fleets.


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    Racing on day four


    Women’s


    After winning the first race today (Elimination 6) - Delphine Cousin Questel (Starboard / S2Maui) - closed to within just 1.3 points of event leader - Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins). However, by the end of the day, it is Offringa who has extended her event lead to 3.6 points after winning her 4th race in 7 eliminations. Cousin Questel did well to fight back into 3rd place after a poor start in Elimination 7, but now has plenty of work to do heading into the final two days of the event.


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    Sarah-Quita Offringa


    Realistically speaking it looks as though the event title race is now a straight fight between Offringa and Cousin Questel with the two rivals winning every race, except the first, between them. (4x Offringa, 2x Cousin Questel).


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    Delphine Cousin Questel


    Jenna Gibson (Fanatic / Duotone) is still in the race to earn her first podium on the world tour after another consistent day, which saw the Brit finish 4th and 5th, but she will still have a real battle on her hands with Marion Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone) just 0.3 points behind her. A shot at the top two is probably beyond her at this stage as she trails Cousin Questel by 6.3 points.


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    Jenna Gibson


    Having endured a couple of tough days on the racecourse - Lena Erdil (Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins) - will be happier with how things went today. The Turk finished second in Elimination 6 before finishing 5th in Elimination 7, which sees Erdil gain 3 places from the overnight rankings - 8th to 5th after discarding an 11th place.


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    Lena Erdil


    Elsewhere, Oda Brødholt (Starboard / Severne) remains in 6th place, but the Norwegian will be very happy to have signed off the day with her best result in a sole elimination - having finished second behind Offringa in Elimination 7.


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    Oda Brødholt


    Men’s


    Pierre Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins) enjoyed a perfect day on day four with the Frenchman winning both races completed today to regain the event lead having relinquished it to Matteo Iachino (Starboard / Severne) yesterday. Mortefon was untouchable today and now holds a narrow 2.3 point advantage at the top of the rankings and tomorrow’s opening race - Elimination 7 - could play a significant role in deciding not only the event title, but also the new world tour leader with the second discard at this event to come, while with this being the fourth Slalom event of the year the sailors will be able to drop their worst result thus far. Mortefon will be looking to discard a 16th, while Iachino is looking to discard a 9th place here.


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    A top day for Pierre Mortefon


    Iachino enjoyed another solid day with a third and a fourth, but will now be looking to land a blow against Mortefon heading into tomorrow as the two heavyweights battle for the event title.


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    Matteo Iachino


    With Antoine Albeau (JP / NeilPryde) experiencing a rare day to forget, which saw the reigning world champion eliminated at the quarterfinal stage of both races completed today it looks as though whoever wins the event out of Mortefon and Iachino will take the world tour lead. It may seem too early to suggest that the event will come down to a straight fight between just Mortefon and Iachino, but barring a disaster it should be with Iachino 28.6 points clear of the next closest challenger Ross Williams (Tabou / GA Sails) in third, while between them, Mortefon and Iachino have won 83.33% of the races so far - Mortefon x3 and Iachino x2, while the only other sailor to have won a race is Albeau, who is out of the event title picture.


    For Albeau, it looks as though Denmark will be his discard with AA plummeting to from 9th to 18th in the current event rankings. The 24-time world champion has now suffered a quarterfinal exit in 4 out of the 6 races completed, which is almost unheard of, but he will remain firmly in the hunt for this year’s world title as he already has a 1st, a second and a fourth from the opening three events, so the aim now for Albeau will be to fight his way back as high as possible, so that he has a strong discard heading Into the final event of the year in New Caledonia.


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    Antoine Albeau goes out early


    While Ross Williams returns to third in the current event rankings, after climbing one place today, there are a whole host of sailors waiting in the wings to take their shot at the podium with just 5.5 points covering 3rd-8th. Of course the second discard tomorrow will make a massive difference to that battle too, but as things stand Ben van der Steen (Goya Windsurfing / GUNSAILS), Julien Quentel (Patrik / GUNSAILS), Maciek Rutkowski (FMX Racing / Challenger Sails), Antoine Questel (I-99 / S2Maui) and Marco Lang (Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins) are all currently in with a shout.


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    Williams back into the top 3


    However, after experiencing a great day yesterday, Rutkowski will need to bounce back from a disappointing day today with the Pole being eliminated in both quarterfinals.


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    Maciek Rutkowski


    Meanwhile, Lang, enjoyed arguably his best day on the world tour since returning from a mystery virus which affected him so badly last year - eventually forcing him to retire from the season early. The Austrian finished second and 5th today which sees the Austrian rise from 16th to 8th in the current event rankings and he is now firmly on track to record his best result since winning in Sylt 2017 and finishing 4th in New Caledonia in the same year.


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    Marco Lang back in the mix


    Besides Mortefon, Gunnar Asmussen (Starboard / Severne) was the other sailor of the day with the German just eclipsing Lang’s performance with a quite brilliant second and third, which sees Asmussen jump into the top 16 - 13th.


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    Gunnar Asmussen


    Elsewhere, Tristan Algret (Starboard / Severne / Chopper Fins) continues to recover from a fairly disastrous first day with 25-year-old breaking into the top 10 for the first time this event - 9th - while Birthday Boy Ingmar Daldorf (Tabou / GA Sails) also breaks into the top 10 - 10th - after qualifying for one winners’ final and the losers’ final today.


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    Ingmar Daldorf


    Ethan Westera (Tabou / GA Sails) also enjoyed a fine day with the Aruban qualifying for both winners’ finals as he too continues his comeback. Westera is now ranked 14th after qualifying for the last three winners’ finals in a row - having previously been eliminated in the quarterfinals in each of the opening 3 races.


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    Ethan Westera


    On day two, Damien Arnoux (Simmer / Simmer Sails) broke into the top 16 in a sole elimination for the first time, but today the 21-year-old far surpassed that as he won both losers’ finals to record his first top 10 results on the world tour. The talented young Frenchman’s fine performance today sees him rise to 12th in the overnight rankings.


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    Damien Arnoux


    The next generation really made their mark against their more experienced peers today and 20-year-old Martin Møller Hovda (Starboard / Severne) was one of the emerging talents to also reach a significant milestone in his short career as the young Norwegian qualified for his first winners’ final in Elimination 5 before claiming 12th in the next race to cap an excellent day.


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    Martin Møller Hovda


    The forecast looks as though the wind will continue with 20-25 knots from the northwest currently being predicted on the latest model run, which should ensure more brilliant racing as Hvide Sande continues to deliver the goods with a real mix of conditions to prove a solid test for the world’s best racers. The sailors will meet once again at 9:30am (GMT+2) for the skippers’ meeting with the racing commencing from 10:30am onwards.


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    Forecast for the final two days


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    Current Ranking 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup - Women’s Slalom
    *After 7 Eliminations


    1st Sarah-Quita Offringa (ARU | Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins)

    2nd Delphine Cousin Questel (FRA | Starboard / S2Maui)

    3rd Jenna Gibson (GBR | Fanatic / Duotone)

    4th Marion Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone)

    5th Lena Erdil (TUR | Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins)

    6th Oda Brødholt (NOR | Starboard / Severne)

    7th Maëlle Guilbaud (FRA | Patrik / Loftsails)

    8th Océane Lescadieu (NC | S2Maui)

    9th Fulya Ünlü (TUR | Starboard / Severne) Sarah Jackson (GBR | Tabou / GA Sails)

    10th Marianne Rautelin (FIN | Patrik / Loftsails)


    Current Ranking 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup - Men’s Slalom
    *After 6 Eliminations


    1st Pierre Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins)

    2nd Matteo Iachino (ITA | Starboard / Severne)

    3rd Ross Williams (GBR | Tabou / GA Sails)

    4th Ben van der Steen (NED | Goya Windsurfing / GUNSAILS)

    5th Julien Quentel (SXM | Patrik / GUNSAILS)

    6th Maciek Rutkowski (POL | FMX Racing / Challenger Sails)

    7th Antoine Questel (FRA | I-99 / S2Maui)

    8th Marco Lang (AUT | Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins)

    9th Tristan Algret (GPE | Starboard / Severne / Chopper Fins)

    10th Ingmar Daldorf (NED | Tabou / GA Sails)

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  • Tag 5 ist um:


    Day 5 of the 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup provided some of the most exciting racing of the week thus far as winds of 20-30 knots and slightly choppy waters creating a great racing playground. Most of the women reached for their 6.0-6.4s and the men 7.0’s and small boards. Throughout the day there were several thrilling comebacks with the broad course giving plenty of opportunity for overtaking and by the end of the day another two races for the men, and 3 for the women were completed.


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    Bumpy Slalom

    Women’s


    Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) all but has the event title wrapped up with a day to spare after producing a truly dominant performance today, which saw the Aruban not only complete her second hat-trick of the week, but also go on to claim a four-timer after winning all three eliminations today.


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    Sarah-Quita Offringa & Oda Brødholt


    Elimination 9 was perhaps Offringa’s most impressive victory with the 28-year-old pulling off an outstanding comeback after recovering from an early coming together with Cousin Questel as they approached the first buoy. Offringa rounded the second mark in fourth place and then continued to eat up the water in front of her to deny Lena Erdil (Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins) a first bullet of the week.


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    Offringa gets squeezed out but still comes back to win


    Having not competed on the racecourse for over a year there may have been a few question marks about how Offringa would cope returning to the competitive scene during the middle of the season, but she has destroyed the field here thus far, winning 70% of the races completed up to now (7 out of 10), which gives Offringa an almost unassailable 9.5 point lead heading into the final day.


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    Sarah-Quita Offringa leaves the rest of the pack in her wake


    Delphine Cousin Questel (Starboard / S2Maui) cemented her second place after a second and two third places, but the reigning world champion and current world tour leader may be slightly disappointed not to have landed a blow against Offringa today having closed to within just 1.3 points at one stage yesterday. In terms of the world title race, Cousin Questel remains firmly in the driving seat with her closest rival Marion Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone) currently ranked 4th here.


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    Delphine Cousin Questel


    While the event title is seemingly already decided, there is still an intriguing battle between Jenna Gibson (Fanatic / Duotone) and Mortefon for the final place on the podium. Before the completion of Elimination 10 there was just 0.3 of a point separating the two women, but Gibson ends the day with a 3.3 point cushion after securing a brilliant second place - her best result since Elimination 4 - and that looks to be the battle to watch tomorrow.


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    Jenna Gibson


    Elsewhere, Lena Erdil remains in 5th place, but enjoyed a decent day on the water with a second, a 6th and a 4th. In fact, there were no changes to the top 7 positions in the women’s fleet after today’s racing.


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    Lena Erdil


    Men’s


    Pierre Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins) started the penultimate day of racing with a 2.3 point advantage over Matteo Iachino (Starboard / Severne) after winning both races yesterday, but at the close of play today the Frenchman has seen that lead erode and turn into a 4 point deficit after only managing a 10th and a 7th place.


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    Pierre Mortefon


    With Mortefon missing out on the opening winners’ final, Iachino then rubbed salt into the wound by winning Elimination 7 - the Italian’s third bullet of the week - and the 29-year-old is now in a dominant position heading into the final day, not only in terms of the event title race, but also the world title race too, as whoever wins this event will take the overall lead with an event to go.


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    A defiant Matteo Iachino


    After a disappointing day yesterday - Maciek Rutkowski (FMX Racing / Challenger Sails) - bounced back well today as the Pole qualified for both winners’ finals and with the way the other results unfolded that sees Rutkowski move back into the podium positions - 3rd - having been ranked 6th at the start of the day.


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    Maciek Rutkowski back in contention for the podium


    However, Rutkowski’s quest for a maiden podium on the world tour is not done quite yet with Julien Quentel (Patrik / GUNSAILS) and Ross Williams (Tabou / GA Sails) still firmly in the hunt for third place - both men currently trail Rutkowski by just 3 points, so there is still all to play for heading into the final day.


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    Ross Williams


    Elsewhere, Gunnar Asmussen (Starboard / Severne) climbs a further 3 places to 6th in the current event rankings after qualifying for both winners’ finals again today. The German has now qualified for the top 8 in each of the last 4 races. Without jumping the gun in Elimination 7 Asmussen could realistically have been in with a shot at the podium, but that now seems out of his reach.


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    Gunnar Asmussen


    Marco Lang (Fanatic / Duotone) remains 7th after two top 16 finishes, while after a poor day yesterday Antoine Albeau (JP / NeilPryde) bounced back with a second and a 6th to rise from 18th to 8th, which could yet prove important in the world title race if it were to come down to discards as his two main rivals - Mortefon and Iachino hold a 12th and 25th as their discards.


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    Antoine Albeau


    The top 10 is currently completed by Antoine Questel (I-99 / S2Maui), who falls 3 places to 9th, and Damien Arnoux (Simmer / Simmer Sails), who continues to go from strength-to-strength this week. The young Frenchman qualified for his first losers’ finals at the start of the week and today he booked his place in his first winners’ final - eventually finishing 5th.


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    Damien Arnoux


    After such a bright start to the week, Ben van der Steen (Goya Windsurfing / GUNSAILS) drops outside of the top 10 for the first time - 11th - after a second round and quarterfinal exit today, while Tristan Algret (Starboard / Severne / Chopper Fins) and Ingmar Daldorf (Tabou / GA Sails) also lose their place in the top 10 - dropping to 12th and 15th respectively.


    Up to now, Enrico Marotti (JP / NeilPryde) has had a very inconsistent week, but today in Elimination 8 everything clicked into place as the Croat clinched his first bullet on the world tour with a commanding display. That victory sees Marotti climb to 16th in the overall rankings, while in the same elimination Amado Vrieswijk (JP / Severne) earned his best finish in a slalom elimination - second!


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    A jubilant Enrico Marotti


    The forecast for the final day of the 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup looks lighter than the previous four days with 13-15 knots during the morning, but it is expected to increase during the afternoon which should hopefully allow for at least one more elimination in the men’s and women’s fleets to be completed. The skippers’ meeting has been called for 10am (GMT+2) tomorrow morning with the racing commencing from 11am onwards.


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    The forecast heading into Saturday


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    Current Ranking 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup - Women’s Slalom
    *After 10 Eliminations


    1st Sarah-Quita Offringa (ARU | Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins)

    2nd Delphine Cousin Questel (FRA | Starboard / S2Maui)

    3rd Jenna Gibson (GBR | Fanatic / Duotone)

    4th Marion Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone)

    5th Lena Erdil (TUR | Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins)

    6th Oda Brødholt (NOR | Starboard / Severne)

    7th Maëlle Guilbaud (FRA | Patrik / Loftsails)

    8th Fulya Ünlü (TUR | Starboard / Severne)

    9th Océane Lescadieu (NC | S2Maui)

    10th Marianne Rautelin (FIN | Patrik / Loftsails)


    Current Ranking 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup - Men’s Slalom
    *After 8 Eliminations


    1st Matteo Iachino (ITA | Starboard / Severne)

    2nd Pierre Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins)

    3rd Maciek Rutkowski (POL | FMX Racing / Challenger Sails)

    4th Julien Quentel (SXM | Patrik / GUNSAILS)

    5th Ross Williams (GBR | Tabou / GA Sails)

    6th Gunnar Asmussen (GER | Starboard / Severne)

    7th Marco Lang (AUT | Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins)

    8th Antoine Albeau (FRA | JP / NeilPryde)

    9th Antoine Questel (FRA | I-99 / S2Maui)

    10th Damien Arnoux (FRA | Simmer / Simmer Sails)

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  • Und das war Tag 6.:


    The final day of the 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup saw a final elimination completed in the men’s and women’s fleets in light winds - 10-20 knots. The battle for the men’s and women’s event titles proved to be slightly anticlimactic with Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) already having the event wrapped up, while with Pierre Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins) being disqualified from the semifinals, Matteo Iachino (Starboard / Severne) was left sitting pretty no matter what happened, but there were a couple of exciting battles for the podium!


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    Matteo Iachino & Sarah-Quita Offringa


    Women’s


    With Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) already having the event title wrapped up, the main battle in the women’s fleet on the final day was between Jenna Gibson (Fanatic / Duotone) and Marion Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone) for the final place on the podium.


    Gibson, who was hoping to earn her first podium on the world tour, started the day with a 3.3 point advantage over Mortefon, but soon saw her podium aspirations wilt away as she crashed into the back of Fulya Ünlü at the opening buoy in the winners’ final. Take nothing away from Mortefon though, who produced her best performance of the week In the last race of the event. The 27-year-old led into the first mark and then fended off heavy pressure from Lena Erdil (Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins) to claim her first victory of the week while ensuring she claimed the final place on the podium.


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    Marion Mortefon


    With Offringa already having secured the top spot on the podium, it was then a bit of an anticlimax to see the Aruban go over the start line early in the last winners’ final - leading to Offringa being disqualified. However, it was still a dominant victory for the 4-time slalom world champion, who looked as though she’d never been away from the racecourse over the last 6 days.


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    Sarah-Quita Offringa


    Delphine Cousin Questel (Starboard / S2Maui) finished Elimination 11 in third place, which sees the reigning world champion maintain her world tour lead heading into the final event of the season.


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    Delphine Cousin Questel


    After a disappointing middle of the event - Lena Erdil - will be pleased to have signed off the event with an excellent second place, which sees her finish in a clear 5th place.


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    Lena Erdil


    We’ll take a look at the implications for the overall rankings in the event summary.


    Men’s


    Entering the final day of the 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup, the battle for the event title was down to a two-horse race between fellow world title contenders - Matteo Iachino (Starboard / Severne) and Pierre Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins) - whoever would win out of the two heavyweights would then take the world title lead heading into the final event of the year in New Caledonia.


    The Italian held a 4 point advantage at the start of proceedings and he would be able to breathe easy before the start of the last winners’ final with Mortefon being disqualified from the opening semifinal along with Ross Williams (Tabou / GA Sails), Antoine Questel (I-99 / S2Maui) and Damien Arnoux (Simmer / Simmer Sails), which effectively handed Iachino the event win and the world tour lead. The final event of the year is now set to provide a thrilling finale with Iachino and Mortefon both on 30,400 points - Iachino only leads on countback having won two events to Mortefon’s one.


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    Matteo Iachino


    With Williams eliminated in the semifinals that also made the fight for the final place of the podium a two-man race between Maciek Rutkowski (FMX Racing / Challenger Sails), who was looking to earn his first podium, and Julien Quentel (Patrik / GUNSAILS).


    In order for Rutkowski to defend his third place from the overnight rankings he would need to finish no worse than 3 places behind Quentel, but in the end the Pole would leave the result in no doubt by leading from start to finish in Elimination 9 to earn his first bullet on the world tour, whilst deservedly claiming his first podium to cap a fantastic week.


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    Maciek Rutkowski celebrates


    Quentel ends the week in a solid fourth place, while Marco Lang (Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins) earns his best result since 2017 - 5th - after finishing fifth in the last race of the week.


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    Marco Lang


    The top 10 is completed by Ross Williams, Antoine Questel (I-99 / S2Maui), Tristan Algret (Starboard / Severne / Chopper Fins), Damien Arnoux (Simmer / Simmer Sails), who earns his first top 10 finish on the world tour and Gunnar Asmussen (Starboard / Severne). We’ll take a look at the full results in the event summary.


    That concludes what has been a fantastic week of racing in Hvide Sande with the sailors facing the arguably their toughest test of the season with such a diverse range of conditions on offer - from light to flat to nuclear windy and extremely choppy.


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    Result 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup - Women’s Slalom


    1st Sarah-Quita Offringa (ARU | Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins)

    2nd Delphine Cousin Questel (FRA | Starboard / S2Maui)

    3rd Marion Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone)

    4th Jenna Gibson (GBR | Fanatic / Duotone)

    5th Lena Erdil (TUR | Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins)

    6th Maëlle Guilbaud (FRA | Patrik / Loftsails)

    7th Oda Brødholt (NOR | Starboard / Severne)

    8th Fulya Ünlü (TUR | Starboard / Severne)

    9th Océane Lescadieu (NC | S2Maui)

    10th Marianne Rautelin (FIN | Patrik / Loftsails)


    Result 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup - Men’s Slalom


    1st Matteo Iachino (ITA | Starboard / Severne)

    2nd Pierre Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins)

    3rd Maciek Rutkowski (POL | FMX Racing / Challenger Sails)

    4th Julien Quentel (SXM | Patrik / GUNSAILS)

    5th Marco Lang (AUT | Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins)

    6th Ross Williams (GBR | Tabou / GA Sails)

    7th Antoine Questel (FRA | I-99 / S2Maui)

    8th Tristan Algret (GPE | Starboard / Severne / Chopper Fins)

    9th Damien Arnoux (FRA | Simmer / Simmer Sails)

    10th Gunnar Asmussen (GER | Starboard / Severne)

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  • Das war's, next stop Sylt:


    The 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup couldn’t have been much better with the world’s best racers undergoing arguably their toughest test of the season as Denmark through every conceivable condition at them - from light winds and flat water to winds over 40 knots and extremely choppy - which truly tested the mettle of the sailors. After a calm opening day, Hvide Sande then provided five consecutive days of amazing racing conditions on its return to the world tour having been absent from the calendar in 2018.


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    Racing in Hvide Sande


    Slalom


    Women’s


    Having not competed at a PWA Slalom World Cup for over 12 months there were some question marks about how Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) would fare in Denmark. However, after a slight mistake in the opening elimination Offringa then looked at her elusive best as she reminded everyone why she has won 4 Slalom world titles. The 28-year-old completed two hat-tricks in Denmark and finished the event as the worthy champion having won 7 out of the 11 eliminations completed!


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    Sarah-Quita Offringa celebrates a winning return


    Reigning world champion and current world tour leader - Delphine Cousin Questel (Starboard / S2Maui) - sailed another extremely consistent event with the 28-year-old only finishing outside the top 3 once in 11 races, however, she couldn’t quite find a way to reel in Offringa, which brings Cousin Questel’s winning streak to an end. Second place in Hvide Sande means that Cousin Questel will head into the final event of the year in New Caledonia in a commanding pole position - 300 points ahead of Marion Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone).


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    Delphine Cousin Questel


    Marion Mortefon remains second in the overall rankings after battling well in Denmark over the last 6 days. Mortefon bounced back from a minor blip in Eliminations 7 and 8 to recover and clinch the final place on the podium ahead of Jenna Gibson (Fanatic / Duotone) with Mortefon winning her first race of the week in the final race of the event.


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    Marion Mortefon snatches the final place on the podium


    Gibson may be slightly disappointed to miss out on a maiden podium having held third place for the majority of the event, but the Brit should still be very pleased with her best result yet - 4th.


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    Jenna Gibson


    Lena Erdil (Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins) was in the wars in the opening 5 eliminations with the Turk continuing being caught up in carnage at the first mark, which put Erdil on the back foot. However, the 30-year-old dug deep and recovered extremely well to climb back into 5th place, which may not be the result she wanted, but given the fact that she is still on her way back from injury, it still represents a solid result. Erdil showed in several races why she is usually a podium and title contender as she finished second on four occasions and if she was back to full fitness may have even converted those into bullets.


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    Lena Erdil


    Fifth place in Denmark means Erdil will head into New Caledonia fourth in the overall rankings, but very much still in the hunt for a place on the prestigious podium as she is now just 200 points behind current world No.3 Maëlle Guilbaud (Patrik / LoftSails), who finished 6th in Denmark after an indifferent week.


    Men’s


    Matteo Iachino (Starboard / Severne) walks away from Denmark not only as the event champion, but also the new world tour leader with one event to go after winning a thrilling battle against Pierre Mortefon (Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins), which saw the two heavyweights fighting it out until the final day. Iachino ended the week with an 88.9% qualifying record for winners’ final having reached the top 8 in all but one of the 9 Eliminations completed. Iachino now leads the world title race on countback with both he and Mortefon on 30,400 points with an event to go.


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    A defiant Matteo Iachino


    After enjoying a perfect day on Day 4 it looked as though it may be Mortefon who would go on to win the event and take the world tour lead, but having won both eliminations on Day 4, Mortefon then only managed to qualify for one winners’ finals out of the last 3 eliminations, which ultimately swung the event in Iachino’s favour. A solid second place in Denmark means that the 30-year-old will head to New Caledonia with every chance of winning his first world title.


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    Pierre Mortefon


    The 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup is an event that will live long in the memory of Maciek Rutkowski (FMX Racing / Challenger Sails) after the Pole earned his first podium on the world tour and Rutkowski did it in the best style possible by winning the last elimination of the week, which was also his first bullet on the world tour. In the last couple of events, Rutkowski really looks to have taken his sailing to the next level both mentally and physically as even when things haven’t gone his way he has remained calm and bounced back brilliantly. Rutkowski’s third place here sees him climb into the overall top 10 for the first time this season.


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    Maciek Rutkowski dismount celebration


    Julien Quentel (Patrik / GUNSAILS) may have got off to a less than ideal start to the event after a 16th and a quarterfinal exit, but the 33-year-old then recovered excellently to earn his second consecutive 4th place on the world tour, which sees Quentel climb 4 places in the overall rankings - 8th to 4th.


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    Julien Quentel


    After contracting a mystery virus in 2018, which eventually led to an early retirement for the season last year, it has been a long and hard road back for Marco Lang (Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins). However, after the last 6 days, it seems like that come back may be complete with the Australian finishing in a superb 5th place, which is his best result since winning in Sylt 2017 and finishing 4th in New Caledonia. Lang qualified for the top 16 in 7 out of the 9 eliminations completed, while also qualifying for the winners’ final on 3 occasions as he started to demonstrate the kind of form which he showed at the end of the 2017 season. Lang is now ranked 11th and has every chance of breaking into the overall top 10 in the season finale.


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    Marco Lang


    Ross Williams (Tabou / GA Sails) was in with a chance of the podium for much of the event, but eventually finished in 6th place after being disqualified in the semi-finals of the last elimination. The Brit raced superbly at the start of the event, but then just tailed off slightly towards the end. Williams still climbs one place in the overalls to 6th place after recording his best result of the season thus far.


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    Ross Williams


    Elsewhere, Antoine Questel (I-99 / S2Maui) gains three places in the overall rankings rising to 7th after a solid second place in Hvide Sande, while Tristan Algret (Starboard / Severne / Chopper Fins) walks away with his second top 10 result of the year - 8th - which keeps him in the hunt to break into the overall top 10 for the first time in his career - also currently 8th.


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    Antoine Questel


    Damien Arnoux was just one of the fledgling young talents to catch the eye over the last 6 days. The young Frenchman had a week of firsts with the 21-year-old reaching the top 16 in an elimination for the first time on the opening day. Arnoux then won his first losers’ finals before going one better and reaching his first winners’ final - eventually finishing 5th in Elimination 7 - while finishing 9th overall - his first top 10 finish on the world tour. 20-year-old Martin Møller Hovda (Starboard / Severne) also qualified for his first winners’ final.


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    Damien Arnoux


    Gunnar Asmussen (Starboard / Severne) completes the top 10 after going on a fantastic run, which saw the German qualify for 4 consecutive winners’ finals between Eliminations 5-8, and was ranked as a high as 6th at one stage. However, a quarterfinal exit in the last elimination saw him lose a few places.


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    Gunnar Asmussen


    Elsewhere, Enrico Marotti (JP / NeilPryde) had a real mixed bag of results, but the Croat was understandably emotional after winning his first elimination on the world tour in Elimination 8, while a 6th place in the next ace saw Marotti recover to 13th in the overall rankings.


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    Enrico Marotti


    After a flying start, Ben van der Steen (Goya Windsurfing / GUNSAILS) just misses out on a place in the top 10 - 11th - but looked to be in much better form and deservedly walks away with his best result of the season.


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    Ben van der Steen


    Antoine Albeau (JP / NeilPryde) and Jordy Vonk (Fanatic / Duotone) came into Denmark as the world No.1 and No.2, but both had weeks to forget after finishing 12th and 22nd respectively. That means Albeau drops to 3rd in the overall rankings, while losing valuable ground in the title race, while Vonk slips to 5th.


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    Antoine Albeau


    The top 16 is completed by Basile Jacquin (I-99 / Point-7), Ethan Westera (Tabou / GA Sails) and Sebastian Kördel (Starboard / GA Sails) - 14th-16th.


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    Ethan Westera & Sebastian Kördel


    The last 6 days have certainly been memorable and we hope that you’ve enjoyed watching the world’s best racers going head-to-head as much as we have. The PWA would like to extend their thanks to Katrine and her team for all of their hard work and also to the locals for their fantastic hospitality - we hope to return in 2019!


    For a full recap of everything that happened in Denmark — including the live stream, elimination ladders, entry list, images and live ticker simply click HERE and scroll to the bottom of the page.


    Where’s Next on the PWA World Tour?


    In just under two weeks from now the men’s and women’s wave fleets, plus the men’s Freestyle and Foil fleets will meet for the 2019 Mercedes-Benz Sylt PWA World Cup, which takes place between the 27th September to the 6th October.


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    Result 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup - Women’s Slalom


    1st Sarah-Quita Offringa (ARU | Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins)

    2nd Delphine Cousin Questel (FRA | Starboard / S2Maui)

    3rd Marion Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone)

    4th Jenna Gibson (GBR | Fanatic / Duotone)

    5th Lena Erdil (TUR | Starboard / Point-7 / AL360 / Chopper Fins)

    6th Maëlle Guilbaud (FRA | Patrik / Loftsails)

    7th Oda Brødholt (NOR | Starboard / Severne)

    8th Fulya Ünlü (TUR | Starboard / Severne)

    9th Océane Lescadieu (NC | S2Maui)

    10th Marianne Rautelin (FIN | Patrik / Loftsails)


    Result 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup - Men’s Slalom


    1st Matteo Iachino (ITA | Starboard / Severne)

    2nd Pierre Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins)

    3rd Maciek Rutkowski (POL | FMX Racing / Challenger Sails)

    4th Julien Quentel (SXM | Patrik / GUNSAILS)

    5th Marco Lang (AUT | Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins)

    6th Ross Williams (GBR | Tabou / GA Sails)

    7th Antoine Questel (FRA | I-99 / S2Maui)

    8th Tristan Algret (GPE | Starboard / Severne / Chopper Fins)

    9th Damien Arnoux (FRA | Simmer / Simmer Sails)

    10th Gunnar Asmussen (GER | Starboard / Severne)

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