Calima weather arrived to the Canary Islands. This meant that even though the forecast announced plenty of wind for the last day of the competition, the atmosphere was too hot and the wind couldn’t blow. So the last double elimination could not be complete, making Gollito Estredo and Sarah Quita Offringa become event champions.
It has been a week full of action, with insane moves in both (men and women) fleet. Double and even triple moves like triple flakas, triple spocks, etc… new moves and new combination moves made this even worth to watch.
Gollito is determine this year to win the world title back from MArcilio Browne, and Sarah wants her first title already. The next stop for the guys is in the turquoise waters from Fuerteventura, but the girls have another stop first at Pozo Izquierdo beach. We will be there to let you know what happens.
1. Gollito Estredo (Fanatic/North Sails)
2. Kiri Thode (Starboard/Gaastra)
3. Ricardo Campello (JP/ NeilPryde)
4. Marcilio Browne (Mistral/Gaastra).
5. Normen Günzlein (JP/NeilPryde)
6. Andre Paskowski (Fanatic/North Sails).
6. Tonky Frans (F2/Gaastra)
1. Sarah Quita Offringa (Starboard/NeilPryde).
2. Laure Treboux (Fanatic/North Sails)
3. Daida Ruano (North Sails).
4. Junko Nagoshi (F2/Simmer Sails)
4. Iballa Ruano (North Sails)
6. Silvia Alba (Goya Sails/Goya Boards)
7. Yoli de Brendt (Fanatic/North Sails)
7. Olga Raskina (JP/Neilpryde)
Photo Credit: PWA/J.Carter