Starboard Severne PWA Aloha Classic 2014

  • Das war Tag 3:


    Day 3: All three title contenders still in the race as the end of single elimination looms
    After the first day of the PWA contest of the Starboard Severne Aloha Classic the title race still hangs in the balance with all three contenders - Thomas Traversa (Tabou / GA Sails), Victor Fernandez (Fanatic / North / MFC) and Ricardo Campello (Patrik / Point-7 / MFC) - still in the single elimination, with just one semifinal and the final to be sailed. Traversa holds the advantage at the moment though as he is the only man to have booked his place in the final, whilst Fernandez and Campello must navigate their way past AWT Pro Fleet winner - Boujmaa Guilloul (Starboard / Severne / Mystic / MFC) - and Morgan Noireaux (JP / Hot Sails Maui), respectively. Ho’okipa was firing from the word go and conditions improved throughout the day with over mast high bombs rolling in.


    Men’s


    Single Elimination


    In the opening round of the single elimination, Robby Naish (Naish) and Scott McKercher (Starboard / Severne), took down PWA regulars, Robby Swift (JP / NeilPryde / Mystic / Maui Ultra Fins) and John Skye (RRD / RRD / MFC), in heat three as the two former champions showed they still have what it takes to compete at the very top of the sport, with Naish progressing all the way into joint fifth after consistently showing superior wave selection and execution as showed off his flowing and fluid style, whilst staying right in the pocket of the wave.


    Elsewhere in the first round, Graham Ezzy (Quatro / Ezzy) and Jason Polakow (JP / NeilPryde), advanced past former two-time PWA wave world champion - Philip Köster (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) - and Casey Hauser (Tabou / MauiSails), but the biggest shock came in heat six as last year’s Aloha Classic winner - Levi Siver (Quatro / Goya Windsurfing / MFC) - was knocked out by Morgan Noireaux and title challenger Ricardo Campello.


    Marcilio ‘Brawzinho’ Browne (Goya Windsurfing / MFC) was one of the standout sailors today and he recorded the highest scoring heat of the day in heat nine, where the Brazilian produced the highest scoring wave, which consisted of two critical, vertical turns under the lip before racing down-the-line and rotating through a perfect goiter to be awarded 9.38 points.


    Thomas Traversa didn’t show any sign of nerves, at any point today, as he kept his title charge firmly on track with wave after brilliant wave. The Frenchman could’ve been forgiven for looking a little shaky with so much on the line, but TT revelled under the pressure - if anything - as he posted three out of the top six scoring waves - 9 points, 8.7 points and 8.5 points respectively. Traversa demonstrated brilliant reading of the wave as he hit the lip time-after-time in his usual fluid manner, as well as boosting several stunning aerials, including a one-handed rail grab.


    Ricardo Campello took his second chance in heat eleven, which required a re-sail due to a timing error with the flags. Originally Morgan Noireaux and Jason Polakow had advanced, with Polakow unleashing the wave of the day on a monster set - receiving almost perfect scores with 9.75 points. The Australian delivered two of his trademark super vertical turns, whilst charging for the lip, before ending the wave with a sick tweaked aerial. However, whilst Noireaux successfully navigated his way into the top two again, unfortunately Polakow couldn’t quite repeat his earlier heroics as Campello pulled it out of the bag with two great waves to advance - which crucially keeps his title hopes alive.


    Wave Move of the Day


    Alex Mussolini (Tabou / GA Sails) claimed the best wave move of the day as the Spaniard picked up a mast high bomb from out the back before unleashing one of his trademark frontside wave 360s, right in the critical section.


    As Things Currently Stand


    Thomas Traversa holds a commanding position as the only man to have secured his place in the final. In order for Victor Fernandez to head to the top of the rankings by the end of the single elimination, the Spaniard must first navigate his way through the second semifinal, before beating Traversa by at least one place in the four man final. Meanwhile, Ricardo Campello’s title challenge hangs by the skin of his teeth, and his fate is now out of his own hands. Campello cannot lead the world rankings even if he is able to win the single, but still has a slim chance in the double, but only if Traversa finishes fourth, as Campello would require Traversa to drop back to fifth place, whilst also winning the event and seeing Fernandez finish worse than fifth too.


    Tomorrow is set to be another superb day at Ho’okipa, which should see the single elimination completed before the start women’s single elimination and the double. The skippers’ meeting has been called for 9am tomorrow morning with the action commencing from 10am. Don’t miss any of the incredible action by tuning into www.pwaworldtour.com, where you’ll be able to follow everything as it happens via the PWA live stream and live ticker.


    Tomorrow will also see a North shore clean up from Baldwin Beach to Ho’okipa Beach Park, meeting at 9am at Baldwin and running until 12pm. There will also a post event clean up on the 12th November hosted by +H2O as well. +H2O is a Maui based organisation founded by professional athletes bringing together a community of athletes, conservationists, non-profits and companies to facilitate local solutions on a global scale. We are a social brand leader in environmental social awareness seeking to protect our water playgrounds through collective action. We promote a lifestyle that is healthy, conscious and in harmony with the environment. We create community platforms, school programs and events to support our message. We think globally and we act locally leading by example.

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  • Klasse, dann ist ja ein deutscher Surfer auf jeden Fall weiter (Klaas oder Leon) und alle anderen wohl ziemlich sicher raus:redface


    Ich glaube du gehst davon aus, dass wie sonst meistens üblich in Teilheats (a&b) nur 1vs.1 gewertet wird. Es gibt aber keine Teilheats und es kommen die besten 2 aus 4 weiter.

  • Die deutschen Teilnehmer sind schon lange ausgeschieden.
    Manche der echten Deutschen haben sich jedoch lange gehalten.


    PWA Maui Single Heat 11.jpg


    Über eine Stunde nach Abschluss des Heats 11, wo Polakow des besten Wellenritt des gesamten Wettbewerbs gezeigt und gewonnen hat und nachdem schon etliche andere Heats gelaufen waren, entschied man sich, dass Heat 11 wiederholt werden muss.


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    Gibt es auf Maui eigentlich eine Double Elimination?

  • Tolles Wettkampfformat für die Zuschauer. Das mit dem Wind wird auf Maui eher locker gesehen wenn man sieht was Heringe wie TT eiern müssen um aus der inside zu kommen. Trotzdem sehr spannend und abwechslungsreich wie ich finde. Bei soviel "manna from heaven" bin ich über den mute knopf nicht ganz unglücklich :-)


  • Gibt es auf Maui eigentlich eine Double Elimination?


    Natürlich, wenn es die Bedingungen zulassen.

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  • Das war der gestrige Tag. Sensationell Robby Naish!! :)



    Day 4: Thomas Traversa on verge of first world title, as Iballa Moreno and Morgan Noireaux win single elimination
    The second day of the PWA contest, at the Starboard Severne Aloha Classic, saw more fantastic action as Ho’okipa continued to deliver. Today saw another full day of competition with set waves mainly in the logo to mast high region as both the men’s and women’s single eliminations were completed. Iballa Moreno (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) dominated in the women’s division, which sees her rise to the top of the overall rankings, for the first time in 2014, in the final event of the year, whilst twenty year old - Morgan Noireaux (JP / Hot Sails Maui) - claimed his maiden victory on the PWA Wave World Tour with an outstanding display of sailing in the most tightly contested heat of the day. Meanwhile, Thomas Traversa (Tabou / GA Sails), is now on the verge of his first world crown after claiming second in the single.


    Men’s


    Single Elimination


    The men’s single elimination resumed with the second semifinal featuring Ricardo Campello (Patrik / Point-7 / MFC), Boujmaa Guilloul (Starboard / Severne / Mystic / MFC), Morgan Noireaux and title challenger - Victor Fernandez (Fanatic / North / MFC). The Spaniard entered the heat knowing he needed to qualify from the semis to keep the pressure on Thomas Traversa, otherwise he would face an extremely tough road back through the double elimination, and that’s exactly what Fernandez managed to do with a polished display. The 2010 world champion was clearly in the mood today as he exploded from the word go with three explosive turns and a sick frontside 360 to earn 9.375 points, which happens to be the joint second highest scoring wave of the contest - equal with Marcilio ‘Brawzinho’ Browne (Goya Windsurfing / MFC). Also advancing into the four man final was Morgan Noireaux, who won the second semi, but his performance in the final was even better.


    Winners’ Final


    The four man final saw a truly exceptional heat of sailing in what Head Judge - Duncan Coombs - classed as one of the best heats he’s ever seen featuring - Morgan Noireaux, Victor Fernandez, Thomas Traversa and Marcilio ‘Brawzinho’ Browne (Goya Windsurfing / MFC). All four sailors showed several moments of brilliance as they rose to the occasion under the pressure, however as always there could only be one winner. As well as battling for the prestigious title of the Aloha Classic, Fernandez and Traversa, were also engaged in a battle of their own for the world title. Coming into the final heat of the single elimination, Fernandez needed to beat Traversa by at least two places to topple the Frenchman from the top of the standings, but could he do it? Unfortunately not, despite another excellent display, Fernandez couldn’t quite muscle Traversa out of the way, as TT claimed second place - 1.62 points ahead of Fernandez in third. This means that Traversa is now on the verge of his maiden world title, as Fernandez now needs to win the event, beating Traversa in the process, to snatch the title. On his way to second, Traversa, nailed a frontside 360 and a sick under the lip aerial, as well as picking up an over mast high wave from out the back and destroying it all the way to the inside.


    However, it was Noireaux, who stole the show with near perfect scores across the board with back-to-back waves of 9 and 9.25 points - the latter was undoubtedly the wave of the day, as the Hawaiian killed another wave to set the beach alive with cheers after tweaking a sick aerial, straight into a hell turn, before finishing with a silky smooth taka. And after such a polished display, Noireaux, was deservedly crowned the single elimination champion, much to the delight of the local crowd.


    Wave Move of the Day


    Marcilio ‘Brawzinho’ Browne made a slightly slow start to the final, but produced one of the moments of the day before the end as he took things to another level. The Brazilian looked as though he was winding up for something big and that’s exactly what he managed to do as he launched into an absolutely amazing air taka, which was landed fully planing in the flats and it is difficult to see anyone pipping him to the Dunkerbeck Eyewear Best Move prize.


    Double Elimination


    The Men’s double elimination started soon after the completion of the single eliminations and the opening seven heats have been completed. So far, Antoine Martin (JP / NeilPryde) and Robby Swift (JP / NeilPryde / Mystic / Maui Ultra Fins), are the two sailors to have made the most progress having won both of their opening two heats.


    Women’s


    Single Elimination


    Winners’ Final


    The women’s winners’ final saw Iballa Moreno, Fiona Wylde (Quatro / Goya Windsurfing), Tiffany Ward (Starboard / Ezzy) and Junko Nagoshi (Goya Windsurfing) lining up against each other in the battle for the Aloha Classic. However, with Daida Moreno (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins), taking an early exit in the single elimination, the door was opened for Iballa to head to the top of the overalls for the first time this year… a chance she would duly take.


    In the rounds leading up to the final, Iballa, had been constantly searching for an aerial, without much joy, but in the final that all changed as she launched into a massive aerial, backed up with two vertical, snappy turns to earn 9.5 points, which essentially secured the victory. However, seventeen year old - Fiona Wylde - pushed Iballa all the way in her first PWA event, as she impressed throughout the single elimination with her fluid top to bottom wave riding earning, which eventually earned her second place. Meanwhile, Ward secured the final place on the podium with her rail to rail riding securing the deal against Nagoshi, who had to settle for fourth for the moment at least.


    Meanwhile, Amanda Beenen (Tabou / GA Sails), claimed joint fifth place alongside Sarah Hauser (Quatro / Simmer), Jessica Crisp (Patrik / Hot Sails Maui) and Tatiana Howard (NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins). As things stand, Beenen, currently rises into third place overall, over Steffi Wahl (Patrik / Sailloft Hamburg), who was sailing through the pain barrier.


    An Uphill Challenge


    In order for Daida to retain her title, the reigning world champ will need to rampage back through the double to third place overall, or for Iballa to drop back to second, in which case fourth place would see, Daida, take the title on a tie break due to beating Iballa more times this season.


    The forecast for tomorrow promises more wind and waves and the skippers’ meeting has been called for 9am again, with the action commencing from 10 O’Clock. Don’t miss any of the incredible action by tuning into www.pwaworldtour.com, where you’ll be able to follow everything as it happens via the PWA live stream and live ticker.


    Results After Single Elimination - Men’s Wave


    1st Morgan Noireaux (JP / Hot Sails Maui)


    2nd Thomas Traversa (Tabou / GA Sails)


    3rd Victor Fernandez (Fanatic / North / MFC)


    4th Marcilio Browne (Goya Windsurfing / MFC)


    5th Robby Naish (Naish)


    5th Alex Mussolini (Tabou / GA Sails)


    5th Boujmaa Guilloul (Starboard / Severne / Mystic / MFC)


    5th Ricardo Campello (Patrik / Point-7 / MFC)


    Results After Single Elimination - Women’s Wave


    1st Iballa Moreno (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins)


    2nd Fiona Wylde (Quatro / Goya Windsurfing)


    3rd Tiffany Ward (Starboard / Ezzy)


    4th Junko Nagoshi (Goya Windsurfing)


    5th Sarah Hauser (Quatro / Simmer)


    5th Jessics Crisp (Patrik / Hot Sails Maui)


    5th Amanda Beenen (Tabou / GA Sails)


    5th Tatiana Howard (NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins)

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  • Die deutschen Teilnehmer sind schon lange ausgeschieden.
    Manche der echten Deutschen haben sich jedoch lange gehalten.


    Was sind eigentlich "echte Deutsche"?
    Fahren da auch ein paar falsche mit?

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    Schon sehr geil, aber irgendetwas fehlt. Nur was :5:;) ?

  • Das war der Tag 5:



    Day 5: Iballa Moreno officially world champion after another action packed day
    Day five of the Starboard Severne Aloha Classic saw the PWA contest continue with the resumption of the men’s and women’s double eliminations. The swell today was much smaller than on the previous couple of days, but the smaller waves offered greater performance riding with more tricks being thrown than on the previous days. After another full day of contest only the top four men and women remain in the battle for the prestigious Aloha Classic titles - currently Morgan Noireaux (JP / Hot Sails Maui) and Iballa Moreno (Starboard / Severne) hold pole positions, but that could all change by the end of the double eliminations.


    Women’s Overall Top Three Decided


    The biggest news from today is that Iballa Moreno (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) is officially the 2014 PWA Wave world champion - reclaiming her title from 2012 - after another epic battle with her sister - Daida Moreno (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins) - who takes home an excellent second place with two event victories out of three to her name.


    Iballa Moreno on winning the single elimination and world crown: “Obviously, yesterday was a really good day for me. It was a special day because I won the final - being able to defeat three local girls, who were all ripping, felt special. I was stoked to learn that I had won. In the final I found the big section I had been looking for my big aerial, which I think was missing from previous heats, and I think that made the difference. Being carried up the beach by Dany [Bruch] and my sister [Daida Moreno] was really special, after Sam [Bittner] had pointed out that I had won coming off the water.”


    “To be honest I didn’t even know the ranking situation coming in to today, but I’m obviously delighted with the outcome. I was already really happy about being in the top two at the Aloha Classic. It’s already a dream come true for me. The last time we were here was 2006 and I won that event, it’s one of the most special wins of my career - especially because I haven’t won that many events.”


    The biggest mover of the day though was - Alice Arutkin (Fanatic / North) - who won four consecutive heats to rise from thirteenth in the single elimination to fifth place in the double. However, her heat against Maria Andrés (Fanatic / Gun Sails) had a lot riding upon it. If the French beauty could defeat her Spanish rival then she would rise to third overall in the world rankings, claiming her place on the prestigious podium for the first time in her career, and that’s exactly what she managed to do with more, fluid riding, which had continually impressed the judges over the course of the day.


    However, Junko Nagoshi (Goya Windsurfing), proved to be a step too far for Arutkin as her incredible comeback through the double was ended in heat thirty, as the Japanese ripper showed better wave selection and execution with several vertical, snappy turns.


    Maria Andres (Fanatic / Gun Sails / Mystic) and Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / Mystic / Maui Ultra Fins) were the other biggest movers of the day as both of them won three heats in a row. With the former making her debut on the PWA Wave World Tour and eventually finishing the event in an excellent sixth place. Meanwhile, Offringa, looked to improve with almost every wave as she fought back from the first round to fight back into eighth place.


    Men’s


    Double Elimination


    Battle of the One’s


    Heat 28 saw the battle of the one’s as KA-1111 - Jason Polakow (JP / NeilPryde) - USA-1 - Graham Ezzy (Quatro / Ezzy) - V-111 - Ricardo Campello (Patrik / Point-7 / MFC) and US-1111 - Robby Naish (Naish) - lined up against each other in the battle of the old school legends versus the new school rippers. In the end Campello and Ezzy booked their place in the next round, as the new school trickery won out in the smaller waves, but Naish’s and Polakow’s top to bottom wave riding was second to none with wave after wave of vertical, late hits and aerials as they took home seventh and eighth place respectively.


    Graham Ezzy enjoyed his best day to date on the PWA Wave World Tour, in his own backyard, as he claimed fifth place overall, having won five heats in a row in the double elimination, Ezzy used his local knowledge to full affect as he combined powerful turns with tweaked aerials, silky smooth takas and superb one-handed goiters, however he ran into Marcilio ‘Brawzinho’ Browne (Goya Windsurfing / MFC) in heat thirty, who was in untouchable form to halt the American’s rampage.


    In heat thirty, Brawzinho, racked up the highest scoring heat of the contest so far, as he issued a warning to the remaining three sailors - Victor Fernandez (Fanatic / North / MFC), Thomas Traversa (Tabou / GA Sails) and Morgan Noireaux. Browne sailed an almost perfect heat as he posted two wave scores of 9.5 and 9.27 points as he linked powerful gouging hacks, with a combination of stunning air takas, goiters and one-handed goiters, as the Brazilian gave an evening masterclass. Browne now has the potential to pip - Ricardo Campello - into third place in the overall rankings, but only if he is able to defeat Victor Fernandez to claim third place or better in the double elimination.


    Wave Move of the Day


    Ricardo Campello had to settle for sixth place, but the Brazilian/Venezuelan was in inspired form today and, for the time being at least, has put himself into pole position for the Dunkerbeck Eyewear Best Wave Move contest, after landing a quite incredible, massive goiter, which he then backed up with a powerful hack to earn 9.88 points. The highest scoring wave of the contest.


    Tomorrow looks windy again with a similar swell to today with 1.9m waves predicted, compared to 2 metres from today. The skippers’ meeting has been called for 10am with the first possible start at 10:30am. Don’t miss any of the enthralling action by tuning into www.pwaworldtour.com, where you’ll be able to see all the action as it happens via the PWA live stream and live ticker.

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  • was eine geniale veranstaltung! single&double für die damen und die herren, zumeist bei guten bedingungen. und wie ich finde ein würdiger sieger mit morgan noireaux, der in jedem seiner heats souverän gesurft ist. mit thomas traversa und marcilio browne zwei weitere granaten auf dem podium, beide unglaublich gut unterwegs gewesen!
    sehr geil der heat zwischen den beiden, kommentiert von jason polakow und robby naish. legendär!
    glückwunsch an thomas zum weltmeistertitel, sowas von verdient! der typ hat mich vor 10 jahren in la coudou schon dermassen geflasht mit seinem level, gleichzeitig einsehr netter mensch. freu mich sehr für ihn! chapeau thomas!


    jetzt gehts weiter mit der champions for charity super session, yeeehaaa!

  • ja, war sehr spannend. Aber ich muss sagen dass das reine Wellenabreiten auch irgendwann mal monoton wird zum Zusehen. Da war La Torche schon viel variabler und abwechslungsreicher, Sprünge gehören einfach dazu.


    Nordwest

  • Ja, irgendwann wirds langweilig ohne Jumps.
    Es ist nicht so, dass das früher beim PWA Maui auch so gewesen ist. Da wurde heftigst gesprungen.
    Robby Naish hat zwischendurch auch immer wieder fast doppelt masthohe Pushloops gezeigt - just for fun.
    Was er gezeigt hat war für mich die größte Leistung von allen - in seinem Alter.
    Glückwunsch auch an Philip, dass er seine Leistung vom Vorjahr wiederholen konnte!
    Mir ist aufgefallen, dass US-Boys für gleiche Manöver meist 1-2 Punkte mehr bekommen haben als andere.

  • Ja, irgendwann wirds langweilig ohne Jumps.
    Es ist nicht so, dass das früher beim PWA Maui auch so gewesen ist. Da wurde heftigst gesprungen.
    Robby Naish hat zwischendurch auch immer wieder fast doppelt masthohe Pushloops gezeigt - just for fun.
    Was er gezeigt hat war für mich die größte Leistung von allen - in seinem Alter.
    Glückwunsch auch an Philip, dass er seine Leistung vom Vorjahr wiederholen konnte!
    Mir ist aufgefallen, dass US-Boys für gleiche Manöver meist 1-2 Punkte mehr bekommen haben als andere.


    Ja also nach der Zusammenfassung fand ich die Leistung von Thomas Traversa auch besser als die von Morgan Noireaux (oder wie der sich schreibt)...Immerhin hat TT einen 360er (oder wie das Dingen heißt gezeigt) und ein paar schöne Aerials...der andere eigentlich nix wirklich welt bewegendes bis auf einen Aerial...Naja...
    Warum man nicht 2 Waves 1 Jump gemacht hat, erschließt sich mir auch überhaupt nicht...