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News Headlines - Fri 13th

17:57 13th July 2012 by Boardseeker
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PWA Tenerife day 2 has seen more heats from the mens single get underway, with a slight break due to a drop in the waves and wind. Nonetheless, there seems to be a sterling performance going on in the British ransk with Swift, Proffitt and Horrocks all advancing to the next round. Check out all the latest on the PWA single elimination ladder here and head over to boards.co.uk to see all the live action. With the plan to kick things off again any minute, we suggest you head over straight after this.

We\’ve got a whole host of videos for you before the week is out so stick with us as we rattle through them. The first comes from Mathias Genkel who won\’t be competing at PWA Fuerteventura but certainly should be judging by this…

It\’s already very apparent that the level across all disciplines has shot up the last year but in freestyle new move combinations are coming out left, right and centre and it will certainly be an event to watch when PWA Fuerteventura gets underway. We already posted the report from UK styler Adam Sims this morning but his a similar one from Continentseven.com where you will also find the above video.

Another freestyle flick and this time from Oda Johanne, the Norweigian freestyle weapon. The girl seems to be multi-talented but her main focus is on windsurfing right now and we strongly agree that that is where it should stay.

If you are into your windsurfing rap then here is another one from Mattia Pedrani.

Finally, we wrap up with the up and coming Ben Lee who has setup his new website, head on over to benk109.com to find out more. Clean and simple, we like it.

Oh and do not fear as we will continue to bring updates from PWA Tenerife over the weekend. Keep an eye on the site for the latest and greatest from our video editor Alfie.

 

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