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  1. 2019 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational - WINNERS! Men’s Final Results 1 Brandon Scheid $ 12,000.00 2 Ewan Jaspan $ 7,500.00 3 Christophe Tack $ 5,000.00 4 Ramiro Gallart $ 3,000.00 5 Sam Light $ 2,000.00 6 Alex Maes $ 1,500.00 7 Noe Font $ 1,200.00 8 Eric Rienstra $ 1,000.00 9 Chris Bobryk $ 800.00 10 Aaron Hadlow $ 600.00 11 Jack Rieder $ 500.00 12 Artem Garashchenko $ 400.00 1). 2019 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational Women’s Final Results 1 Annelous Lammerts $ 12,000.00 2 Karolina Winkowska $ 7,500.00 3 Issy Von Zastrow $ 5,000.00 4 Colleen Carroll $ 3,000.00 5 Sensi Graves $ 2,000.00 2). 2019 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational
  2. AFRICAN FREESTYLE KITEBOARDING CHAMPIONSHIP - RESULTS! Tuesday 12th, March Words: Gemma Hamaini / Photos: Svetlana Romantsova 1). 2019 African Kiteboarding Championship The first edition of the African Freestyle Kiteboarding Championships commenced on Friday in Dakhla, Morocco, hosted by Dakhla Attitude. 18 top freestyle athletes signed up for this championship, and for a chance to gain one of the 4 wildcards that will be awarded for the GKA Kite World Tour event that will take place in Dakhla in October. The riders competed in two man heats, with an eight minute duration, where the riders had to perform their best freestyle tricks. 2). Laarbi Edderkaoui For the single elimination, as the wind conditions increased to a slightly gustier 25 knots, it all came down to four athletes in the semi-finals. Laarbi Edderkaoui, Jonas Ouahmid, Abdrahim Moutaouakil and Soufiane Hassouni, all strong and experienced freestyle athletes, each hoping to secure their spot in the final. The single elimination final was between Jonas Ouahmid and Abdrahim Moutaouakil, both riders who have plenty of experience in competition. Jonas opened with a massive double heart attack, showing that he was hungry for the win, with Abdrahim then throwing down an amazing Slim 5 in response. This final was a pure freestyle showdown, with plenty of power, kites low, lots of style and fantastic execution. It was a very close call as the red flag went up, with Jonas Ouahmid taking the win. African Kiteboarding Championships 2019 - Dakhla, Morocco - Day One DAY TWO: DOUBLE ELIMINATION The double eliminations of the African Championships were completed in stronger and gustier wind conditions. Yassine Bouceta had a fantastic day, climbing up through the doubles until he came to face with single elimination finalist, Laarbi Edderkaoui. After injuring his knee the day before, Laarbi was ready to get back into action and fight for a spot on the podium. Yassine was fired up, even after a full day of competition, and he landed a good array of tricks, including a clean backside 313. Laarbi landed several good tricks of his own, including a heart attack, but was being cautious on his landings due to his injury. They both fought hard for the spot but it was Yassine who took the win and advanced to the next heat. Laarbi would have to settle for a 4th place finish at this event. 3). Abdou Moutaouakil Yassine’s next challenge would be to face Abdou Moutaouakil, who performed extremely well, finishing second in the singles. Abdou once again pulled out all the stops, timing each trick carefully to avoid the strong gusts, and landing big tricks such as his powerful back mobe. Abdou managed to advance which once again lead him to face 16-year-old Jonas Ouahmid in the final. Jonas and Abdou both opted for full power in the freestyle final, going for tricks such as heart attacks and backside 313s despite the difficult and strong wind conditions. It was an extremely close final, but it was young Jonas Ouahmid who managed to take the win with his well executed and powerful tricks. 4). Champion: Jonas Ouahmid “It was a hard day of competition today, with strong and gusty wind. The level was really high, and Abdou did a great job also. I’m super happy to have won this event, and I’m looking forward to doing more competitions this year on the GKA Kite World Tour.” Jonas Ouahmid Day Two of the African Kiteboarding Championships 2019 in Dakhla, Morocco Final results - African Championships: 1st – Jonas Ouahmid 2nd – Abdou Moutaouakil 3rd – Yassine Bouceta 4th – Laarbi Edderkaoui It has been a wonderful event here in Dakhla, Morocco, hosted by Dakhla Attitude. The GKA will be returning to this location in October 2019 for the Freestyle and Kite-Surf World Cup.
  3. 2018 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational Champions | Final Results The 2018 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational was bigger and better than ever, with more riders, bigger bands and bigger parties. Thirty-four of the worlds best wakestyle kiteboarders battled it out for their share of the $50,000 prize purse and claim to everlasting fame on the Wind Voyager Triple-S perpetual trophy. The competition ran on the Wind Voyager Super Kicker, Liquid Force Kites Reverse Rainbow, KOA Resorts Kicker, ION Rooftop, and John Wayne Mega Slider from June 2nd – 8th 2018. After months of pumping southwest, the winds shifted directions and made for challenging competition conditions but the world-class Water Patrol at REAL Watersports had no problem changing features as needed to make the most of each day. We witnessed technical slider riding, stratosphere breaking kicker hits and tight competition strategy in the REAL Slick. Rigging big was the name of the game and riders who prepared nailed their tricks, scored well, and podiumed. The level of professional riding is at an all-time high in 2018 and crowning the champions was no easy feat. It takes a high level of technicality and willingness to risk it all to reach the top of the podium. All of the riders had moments of brilliance and a shot at the title. In the end, amplitude and technicality took top honors. In 5th Place we have Alex Maes and Colleen Carroll. The 4th place finishers are previous champion, Sam Light and Triple-S Veteran, Sensi Graves. 3rd place is locked in by a few Kite Park League young bloods, Noe Font & Annelous Lammerts. The second place podium is held by previous champion Ewan Jaspan and the Spanish phenom, Julia Castro. Finally, in first place, after many years of sending it huge, Brandon Scheid locked it down for the Men’s Division and Karolina Winkowska will be taking the big check for the Women’s Division. It was an incredible year to be at the Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational. We had musical guests such as Ky-Mani Marley, 2 Chainz, The Dubplates & The Roots providing incredible parties. The riders showed the highest level of professionalism and everyone had a great time. Don’t miss next year’s Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational at REAL Watersports June 1st – 7th, 2019. The World Is Not Ready. Men’s Final Results 1 Brandon Scheid $ 12,000.00 2 Ewan Jaspan $ 7,500.00 3 Noe Font $ 5,000.00 4 Sam Light $ 3,000.00 5 Alex Maes $ 2,000.00 6 Craig Cunningham $ 1,500.00 7 Billy Parker $ 1,200.00 8 Aaron Hadlow $ 1,000.00 9 Eric Rienstra $ 800.00 10 Sam Medysky $ 600.00 11 Christophe Tack $ 500.00 12 Pierre Vogel $ 400.00 Women’s Final Results 1 Karolina Winkowska $ 5,500.00 2 Julia Castro $ 3,300.00 3 Annelous Lammerts $ 2,000.00 4 Sensi Graves $ 1,200.00 5 Colleen Carroll $ 700.00 Photo: Nate Appel visit realwatersports.com
  4. The Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational took place June 3rd-9th, 2017 on Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, in the REAL Slick. 30 riders from 15 different countries traveled to The Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational to test their skills on the KOA Resorts Kicker, Core Super Kicker, North A-Frame, Liquid Force Reverse Rainbow and the John Wayne 82ft Mega Rail. The Man and Woman to claim first place have their names etched on the Perpetual Trophy and have earned their place in kiteboarding history. With $50,000 on the line, the stakes are high and riders were eager to show what they’ve got. Over the course of the week Cape Hatteras received a myriad of conditions. We started the competition on the first day of the waiting period on Sunday, June 4th and finished the following day, Monday, June 5th, with perfect southwest wind and optimal conditions to compete. Once the heats had been completed, we had a day of excellent surf, then a change in wind direction favored the Oceanside for some freeride action around the island. On Friday the wind let up for near perfect surf conditions. Kiters were flying sizes ranging from 13 meters to start the competition on Sunday and 6 meters to finish Monday evening. This competition has never been tighter, with the top kiters sharing similar bags of tricks. It was all about the details to determine standings. The winners were the riders going the biggest, holding their grabs the longest, maximizing rotations and showing the best style. After an intense final round, the Women’s podium ended with Sensi Graves taking 4th place after some hard crashes and not scoring a kicker hit. Karolina Winkowska took 3rd; she’s a fierce competitor who showed some of the best hits in the round. Annelous Lammerts shocked the crowd with consistency and amplitude to earn her 2nd place. The top spot on the podium was taken by Colleen Carroll, who threw down a crow mobe in the end to edge her above the rest of the field. The Men’s division was stacked both with kiteboarding legends and newcomers eager to prove themselves to the world. In the end, Eric Rienstra scored 5th place. This guy is known to be one of the best freeriders out there with an impressive bag of tricks.He threw down some bangers but really showed his competition experience by landing his stock tricks and putting up scores before going for broke. In 4th place, we’ve got Billy Parker, potentially the most low-key pro kiteboarder in the field. This loving father always throws down and is no stranger to the podium, his spins are always well executed and his presses are deep. 3rd place brings us to Brandon Scheid. This guy is known for going huge and this year’s competition was no exception. From the clean Moby Dick 5, to the biggest 720 of the competition, Brandon put on an incredible show, rightfully placing him on the podium. After four years atop the podium, Sam Light has been overthrown and has taken 2nd place. He rode incredibly well, scoring hits that would have placed him easily in first for previous years. In the end, it was Ewan Jaspan who displayed the best performance and combination of technical hits, amplitude, style, and execution to score 1st place, $12,000 and his place in kiteboarding history. MEN’S FINAL RESULTS Ewan Jaspan – $12,000 | Naish | Australia Sam Light – $7,500 | Slingshot | Great Britain Brandon Scheid – $5,000 | Liquid Force | USA Billy Parker – $3,000 | BEST | USA Eric Rienstra – $2,000 | CORE | USA Alex Maes – $1,500 | Cabrinha | Belgium Pierre Vogel – $1,200 | Takoon | France Noe Font – $1,000 | North | Spain Aaron Hadlow – $800 | North | Great Britain Craig Cunningham – $600 | North | Canada Ramiro Gallart – $500 | Liquid Force | Argentina Axel Tack – $400 | | Liquid Force | Belgium WOMEN’S FINAL RESULTS Colleen Carroll $5,500 | North | USA Annelous Lammerts $3,300 | Cabrinha | Netherlands Karolina Winkowska $2,000 | Slingshot | Poland Sensi Graves $1,000 | Liquid Force | USA And here is the yesterday's Post Show episode. Wind Voyager Triple-S Post Show Episode 5 We’ve brought Colleen Carroll behind the desk to break down the KOA Resorts Kicker. She shares what style of hits are most common on this feature vs. the CORE Kiteboarding Super Kicker. Once we’ve talked about the hits Colleen shares what it is like being on the water and sharing the session with the Women’s field. Although the competition is fierce these women are all friends, pushing each other to ride their best and help each other when they are down. In the Carolina Brewery Last Call we’re talking about the Method Man & Redman Show. Check back for the next episode where we will share the final results from the 2017 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational.
  5. Final Results HydroFoil Pro Tour in Mexico

    The 6th shuttle of the day has taken off, there were more than half a dozen yesterday and still more tomorrow. The 1st stop of the Hydrofoil racing season had a grand opening with various wind conditions that made for an even playing field for all racers. La Ventana lived up to its windy reputation, rated #1 kite destination in the world in 2011 by the Discovery Channel and the rest is history. La Ventana is the opening event each year in this sailing discipline - its official, the 2017 race tour circuit has begun! This was another event that will go down in history as one of the most intense competitions to date. 57 Riders from 23 Countries gathered to battle it out on the course, set by Rob Dean - official race director of Hydrofoil racing since 2014. By the end of Day 4, on March 29th, Maxime Nocher, once again, was awarded as Champion of the 1st stop of the Hydrofoil Pro Tour, representing Yacht Club Monaco and new brand, Enata, also sponsored by Orezza & Lip. 1). HydroFoil Pro Tour in Mexico Not far behind was Oliver Bridge GBR in second place, followed by Axel Mazella FRA, then Riccardo Leccese ITA, and closing the top 5 is Florian Trittel ESP. The top 10 included Nicolas Parlier FRA in 6th, Florian Gruber GER in 7th, Julien Kerneur FRA in 8th, Martin Dolenc CRO in 9th and Theo Lhostis FRA closing the top 10 with Europeans. Competition amongst the riders has gotten close. As stated on Day 1, the Europeans saw the bar set high and have met that bar and surpassed the American athletes during the opening of the 2017 race season. There were 6 women registered in the race - in 1st place Daniela Moroz USA, 2nd place Gina Hewson AUS and 3rd Cath Dufour CAN, 4th Bitna Kim KOR. It will be great to see more women out there on the course. Looking forward to a growing female fleet in the races to come. 2). HydroFoil Pro Tour in Mexico There are major benefits of getting the top hydrofoil racers and manufacturers together, being leaders in the industry. There are conversations that are facilitated when chilling on the beach, waiting for wind and the chit chat that apres kite happy hour entices. Playa Central served as the heart of the action for the duration of the event. The topics that rang loudly were new developments in safety (harnesses, helmets and vests) after 2 of the 57 athletes injured their ribs during training sessions - Sam Bullock and Joey Pasquali, who toughed it out and continued to support the races as spectators. The riders and judges also discussed the changes in some of the kite sailing rules, how it will affect the outcomes of protests and how race directors have new responsibilities to the riders to set the course with these new rules in mind - this is why Dean is admired and loved by the riders and organizers. He runs a perfect regatta, pulls it off every time and makes it look so easy. 3). HydroFoil Pro Tour in Mexico This year the drone footage that was captured will make you feel you were here, pilot Petr Kokes and credit must be given to Sebastian Tron Media for getting in the water with those blades and swimming in between those buoys to get the perfect shots. “Can’t wait to come back to La Ventana in 2018.” “We just want to race.” “See you in Montpellier. See you in San Francisco.” 4). HydroFoil Pro Tour in Mexico Those were the sentences spoken over and over amongst those who attended. One topic avoided by the riders was, sailing politics - it is clear that the riders have faith that the organizers of this tour have their best interests in mind and are pushing for their recognition - the popularity of the tour speaks for itself. There are rider sponsorships in sight for individuals and the athletes are being approached for R&D by manufacturers, designers are sharing information and the hydrofoil industry is quickly accelerating the advances and expectations of the gear. Thanks to these new ideas, there are is a bigger effort on behalf of the manufacturers to produce better products in the kiteboarding industry. The riders want to train, race, train some more and race again. There is a champion in each and every one of the riders who attended the tour. IFKO and IKA, within WS are battling it out for the ownership of the sport and IOC has appeared to have made its decision. One thing is for sure, the riders of the HFPT have one thing on their mind - the angle of attack for the best finish. 5). HydroFoil Pro Tour in Mexico While boards turn in to magic carpets, flying 1 meter above the water and fins turn in to underwater airplanes with wings that boil, the kite racing board set up is redefined by riders and manufacturers as sailing vessels, no longer called a simple board. “We are sailors,” said Moroz, named female Champion of the competition and ROLEX Yachtswoman of the Year. Many of the competitors stayed extra time and/or arrived early to enjoy the rest of the sights around Baja. Surfing on the Pacific, and Sea Lions at Isla Cerralvo, spier fishing in the Bay and visiting some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, some say - Espiritu Santo and Balandra, for example. George Hradil from Delta Hydrofoil & Vadim Polonsky from Green Hat Kiteboarding even saw a humpback whale during their excursion while swimming with Whale Sharks in La Paz, a rare event they were lucky enough to witness. If you are looking for a foil paradise, join us in La Ventana, self-proclaimed foil capital of the world and Playa Central, a sweet spot with world famous margaritas, kite lessons, accommodations and so much more. 6). HydroFoil Pro Tour in Mexico La Ventana season is officially from October - April and May - July there is an easterly wind that comes in every afternoon at 12-15+ knots. The weather in LV is foilable almost all year, just ask Gabor Vagi, grand master in the event for the 4th year, who gets out there every single day - literally. April 1st becomes Day 1 of the planning of the 2018 HFPT - we are getting ready for you again next year. “This was like a World Championship! One of the toughest events I’ve been to, for sure,” said Oliver Bridge. Professional foilers, sailors, amateur foilers, manufacturers, fans, come to La Ventana where you are guaranteed at lest 60 riders from 20+ countries - this event keeps growing, and if you are in the market for a foil, this is where you want to be at the end of Day 4 of racing. 7). HydroFoil Pro Tour in Mexico Many who have attended, like Florian Gruber, actually missed the Snowkite Open this year due to overlapping dates with this event, being that he is the 2016 Winner means this HFPT championship destination is proving itself year after year with growing popularity. This can only mean one thing - more prize money and more opportunities for the athletes who make this spectacle possible through dedicated training and birth-granted talent. PR by Olivia Rose Photos by Sebastian Tron
  6. The 2017 TwinTip:Racing Asian Championships came to an end yesterday, with plenty of racing action in all divisions. Run for the first time completely in the event format which will also be used in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Argentina when kiteboarding will make its Olympic debut, the youth riders showed that they can beat most of the open men and women competitors. The slalom/boardercross format requires equipment control and technical skills more than anything else to achieve top speeds and controlled jumps over the floating obstacles. This puts equipment choice into the background, making this event especially affordable for the emerging and developing nations,letting riders chose series production equipment "off the shelf" from a wide range of manufacturers. 1). Racing Asian Championships After 5 days of intense racing, the leaders went into the final day with only marginal leads, any mistake could change the podium positions especially in the hard fought boys division where Philippines Christian Tio had a triple handicap by competing in the boys, open mens, and freestyle divisions of the event. The 15 year old surely had the most kilometers in his legs at the end of the week ! With winds blowing in our favour from mid-morning onwards, the final day of competition kicked off with energy and high expectations in equal parts. The racers were split into different fleets than the previous few days, going from fleets of 8 to fleets of 15 on average. It made for an interesting turn of racing stats, as suddenly different names from the top contenders were pitted against each other for the first time this week. Although we have come quite accustomed to seeing the likes of Yo and Atte chasing each other up and down the race course, it’s been seldom we’ve seen Atte Kappel and Christian Tio battling it out at the front of the pack. 2). Racing Asian Championships Similarly we saw fellow Thai, Praphan Thongnak up at the front of the fleet giving Asian Champion Yo Narapichit Pudla a run for his money on a number of occasions. Even in the final day of competition nobody’s fate was certain. Nobody’s fate, that is, except for 16 year old Jingle Chen from China, who didn’t falter from her top position in a single heat this week. When she casually hopped off her board at the shore break after effortlessly leaving the rest of the women’s fleet trailing behind her, she smiled with ease and explained that in fact, it wasn’t as easy as it looked- foiling has been her main focus over the past few months and to ride a twin tip again feels very challenging- especially given the level of her competitors. Well, Jingle, your modesty matches your skills. Once all the races came to a close, 30 or so kiters took to the water for the long awaited end of week expression session. A huge crowd drew around the edge of the bleachers and spilled out onto the sand, every set of eyes captivated by the pack of riders jumping, spinning, and pulling out every trick you can imagine- however unpolished it might have been it was a genuine show of expression, that’s for sure. 3). Racing Asian Championships While kiteboarding moves gradually further and further down the Olympic path, we often find parallels drawn between our sports. For most of the parts kiteboard racing is closely aligned with the world of sailing, but here is where the difference lies- in the core of the sport, in the spirit of the riders in the last hours of a week-long competition, in the expression session, where everyone is coming together to share the water, the wind, the sun in a friendship way, put all competition aside. With the expression complete the riders finally made their way from the beach to prepare themselves for the awards ceremony and final closing party. Again sponsored and prepared by our very hands on title sponsors Moose Cider. It’s been great working with these guys and to see new support from them coming into our sport. 4). Racing Asian Championships It was a tired, but happy crew of riders, officials and event team that gathered for the awards at the atmospheric site of Wilburland for the final bash. The awards were led by TV presenter Grace Austin and MC Reo Mendoza who brought the summary of the week together and presented the winners to the assembled crowds of supporters. IKA Technical Director Markus Schwendter then closed the formal proceedings with the motivating speech that confirmed that everyone had played their part in consolidating the Youth Olympic race format choice was a good one. 5). Racing Asian Championships The week had played out perfectly on that score, some lessons learned and adjustments made for sure, but in the end we have our first Kite Olympic race been an overwhelming success, so it’s ‘onwards and upwards from here on in until 2018 with the next two major competitions in Italy (European Championships) and Korea (World Championships) giving the riders another important testing ground on their way to the Qualifier Events beginning of 2018. The complete format, scoring, qualification criteria for the 2017 World Championships and the 2018 Youth Olympic Qualifier events will be published in the next days on the Class website. Overall Standings: Men (after Qualifying round and 6 eliminations): 1. Narapichit Pudla (THA, Ozone) - 7 pts 2. Atte Kappel (SWE, Flysurfer) - 9 pts 3. Christian Tio / U18 (PHI, North) - 9 pts Women (after Qualfying round and 10 eliminations): 1. Jingle Chen / U18 (CHN, Ozone) - 8 pts 2. Aya Oshima (JPN, North) - 16 pts 3. Kathrin Borgwardt (GER, Cabrinha) - 23 pts Boys (after Qualifying round and 10 eliminations) 1. Christian Tio (PHI, North) - 11 pts 2. Sarun Rupchom (THA, Ozone) - 12 pts 3. Sirawit Prangsri (THA, Flysurfer) - 27 pts Girls (after Qualifying round and 10 eliminations) 1. Jingle Chen (CHN) - 8 pts 2. Ninachan Rodthong (THA) - 16 pts For full results in all divisions please visit twintipracing.com/results Day 5 video Day 6 video
  7. 2016 Red Bull Ragnarok - Results

    The sixth edition of Red Bull Ragnarok has come to an end in Hardangervidda mountains, Norway. A record number of 350 participants from over 30 different countries took part in the competition. The first contestant who finished the punishing 100-kilometer snow marathon was Peter Martel from Canada, who has done it in 4 hours 49 minutes. By redbull.com Results: MEN SKI 1. Florian Gruber (GER) 2. Bjørn Kaupang (NOR) 3. Felix Kersten (GER) 1). Red Bull Ragnarok MEN SNOWBOARD 1. Peter Martel (CAN) 2. Reinhold Gehrer (AUT) 3. Josh Barker (CAN) 2). Red Bull Ragnarok WOMEN SKI 1. Steph Bridge (UK) 2. Camilla Ringvold (NO) 3. Eugenia Gueorguieva (USA) 3). Red Bull Ragnarok WOMEN SNOWBOARD 1. Marie-Eve Mayrand (CAN) 2. Marit Nore (NO) 3. Manuela Jungo (SUI) 4). Red Bull Ragnarok Photos By: Håkon Mæland / Red Bull Content Pool
  8. Masters of the Ocean 2016 - Results

    The results of the first day of Masters of The Ocean are: SUP (Stand up Paddling) 1st Round + 1st Heat Athletes: Emmanuel Rondon, Jeremy Green and Francisco Hernández. After a close call between Jeremy and Emmanuel, this last one wins with a score of 13.75. 1st Round + 2nd Heat Athletes: Shelby Schweitzer, Luciano González and Eniel Narvaez. The Hawaiian Shelby wins the round over Luciano with 11 points. 1st Round + 3rd Heat Athletes: Zane Schweitzer, Carolina Gutiérrez and Derek Gomes. The actual Master of the Ocean, Zane Schweitzer, gets pumped and wins the heat while putting up higher standards for all competitors by closing it with an astonishing participation and score of 48 points. 1st Round + 4th Heat Athletes: Diony Guadanigno, Dauryn Reynoso and Brandon Sanford. The Cabarete local Dauryn Reynoso wins the last SUP heat with several maneuvers and a great score of 38.75 points. SURF 1st Round + 1st Heat Athletes: Emmanuel Rondon, Jeremy Green and Francisco Hernández. For this category the Venezuelan Francisco shows off and beats the rest with a score of 37.5 points. 1st Round + 2nd Heat Athletes: Shelby Schweitzer, Luciano González and Eniel Narvaez. Luciano is the Dominican that brings home the glory with this heat by winning with 28.75 points. 1st Round + 3rd Heat Athletes: Zane Schweitzer, Carolina Gutiérrez and Derek Gomes. It was a close competition between to big ones, Venezuelan Derek Gomes comes out victorious with an overall score of 40 points. 1st Round + 4th Heat Athletes: s: Diony Guadanigno, Dauryn Reynoso and Brandon Sanford. The Cabarete local Brandon wins with 28.25 points. Yew! By: masteroftheocean2016.com
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