PWA 2019

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PWA 2019

Post by Hazzabee » Sat Jan 26, 2019 9:21 pm ... 179de6df94
Bonaire - (9th-13th April) Freestyle
France - (17th-22nd April) Slalom (Foil TBC)
Japan - (10th-15th May) Slalom and Foil
Korea - (18th-23rd May) Slalom (Foil TBC)
Costa Brava - (28th May - 2nd June) Foil
Portugal (15th-22nd June) Slalom, Freestyle, Foil
Gran Canaria (14th-20th July) Wave
Fuerteventura (25th July - 3rd August) Freestyle, Slalom
Tenerife (5th-11th August) Wave
Klitmøller (9th-14th September) Wave men
Hvide Sande (17th-23rd September) Slalom
Sylt (27th September - 6th October) Wave, Slalom, Freestyle
Maui - (27th October - 9th November) Wave
New Caledonia (19th-24th November) Slalom and Foil
further additions remain possible in Morocco, Turkey and China

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Re: PWA 2019

Post by Arf » Sun Jan 27, 2019 12:21 am

Looking like an action packed year if the wind plays ball. I think Mother Nature might pay up for the wind debt this year, been a long time coming.

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Re: PWA 2019

Post by billyboy » Mon Jan 28, 2019 1:22 pm

If they can secure that Morocco event, there might even be a wave tour worthy of the name for the first time in ages! As it stands its still a port tack cross-on wave tour, 'cos all the port tack x-on specialists can just discard Maui. Many probably won't even go there. Not that I don't like those events (IMO Pozo is the best to watch of anywhere), its just very unbalanced without some starboard tack or groundswell venues.

Good to see more freestyle events too - Portugal could be a great event.

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Re: PWA 2019

Post by PhilN » Wed Jan 30, 2019 8:06 am

Good to see Hvide Sande back on the calendar, they had a good IFCA Slalom there last year. The recent years French Slalom event at Marignane has had decent wind, so hopefully another good Slalom season on the cards.

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