ALOHA CLASSIC – DAY 2 Maui, Hawaii (USA) – Blue sky and sunshine over Maui’s Northshore, with
stronger winds and yesterday’s rain was gone, so the conditions at Maui’s
Ho’okipa Beach Park were just great for today’s second day of the historic
20th anniversary of the Aloha Classic. Over 300 people gathered at Ho’okipa
to enjoy some great action on the water, with the WOMEN OPEN and MEN MASTERS
Divisions run as scheduled. There were 16 women in the WOMEN OPEN and 16 men
in the MEN MASTERS.
Aloha Classic veteran Judge Rob Funk was happy, “Conditions were great, the
waves were really good and there is a wonderful spirit here at the event.
The girls ripped on the water, especially Jennifer (Henderson), Ann-Marie
(Reichmann) and Junko. It was also good to see the Masters like Alex Aguera
and our co-judge Luke Hargreaves out there! For tomorrow the forecast is for
steadier wind and bigger waves, perfect for the MENS OPEN!”
Proud dad of 2004 junior winner Kai Lenny, Martin Lenny didn’t advance in
his heat but still loved it, “Just being out there today was fantastic! It
really is a good event and all goes so well, with great conditions!”
Check out tomorrow’s exciting day of MENS OPEN which guarantees fantastic
wave action with many of Maui’s top Wave Sailors. Special thanks for the
great staff catering to Kama’aina kitchen and Event Masters, while watching
the action on the water and enjoying one of their fabulous Papaya-Brie
quesadillas or excellent Thai BBQ chicken!
And don’t forget, the awards ceremony is Saturday Nov 12th at 5PM in Paia,
in front of Simmer Style Maui/Livewire café. The post event party is that
same night at Jacques Northshore Bistro, in Paia across the street at 10PM
where DJ Ray Masters will be spinning tunes.
DAY 2 RESULTS:
In Round 1, Heat 1, Alex Aguera and Yasu Ogasawara advanced to Round 2 –
Semi Finals In Round 1, Heat 2, Luke Hargreaves and Carl Martineau advanced
to Round 2 – Semi Finals In Round 1, Heat 3, Patrick Bergeron and John Chiu
advanced to Round 2 – Semi Finals In Round 1, Heat 4, Dave Osborne and
Makoto Higashiyama advanced to Round 2 – Semi Finals
In Round 2, Heat 5, Alex Aguera and Yasu Ogasawara advanced to Round 3 –
finals In Round 2, Heat 6, Dave Osborne and Patrick Bergeron advanced to
Round 3 – finals
In Round 3, Heat 7, The FINALS, 1st place went to Dave Osborne, 2nd place
went to Alex Aguera, 3rd place went to Yasu Ogasawara, and 4th place goes to
In Round 1, Heat 1, Jennifer Henderson and Minako Mori advanced to Round 2 –
Semi Finals In Round 1, Heat 2, Chihagi Chiu and Waka Nishida advanced to
Round 2 – Semi Finals In Round 1, Heat 3, Anne-Marie Reichmann and Mieko
Ikeda advanced to Round 2 – Semi Finals
In Round 1, Heat 4, Junko Nagoshi and Tatiana Howard advanced to Round 2 –
In Round 2, Heat 5, Jennifer Henderson and Waka Nishida advanced to Round 3
– finals In Round 2, Heat 6, Anne-Marie Reichmann and Junko Nagoshi advanced
to Round 3 – finals
In Round 3, Heat 7, The FINALS, 1st place went to Jennifer Henderson, 2nd
place went to Anne-Marie Reichmann, 3rd place went to Junko Nagoshi, and 4th
place went to Waka Nishida.
The Aloha Classic is one of the longest running wave sailing events in the
world. Since its inception in 1984, the Aloha Classic has been the
traditional finale of the Pro World tour. The top ranking international
competitors are invited to the Aloha Classic competing side by side with
Hawaii’s best. The consistent trade winds and seasonally large surf make
the Aloha Classic the most popular destination for windsurfing media,
spectators and athletes. The Aloha Classic is the crown-jewel of wave
sailing events. Don’t miss the 2005, 20th anniversary edition, November
7-12, at Ho’okipa Beach Park, on Maui, Hawaii.
The historic 20th Anniversary of the Aloha Classic brings much needed focus
and attention on the youth and amateur market and is be the show case for up
and coming talent around the world. In addition, Pros, past and present,
are be gracing this event, providing a high level of sportsmanship and
excitement to the world over, and inspiring the next generation of
windsurfers to take to the water.
20-156 Hawaii Clothing . Anthony’s Coffee . Cafe des Ami . Cafe Mambo .
Casanovas . Charlies Restaurant . County of Maui . Dakine . Fed Haywood
Realty . Fly.com . Gillo Sunglasses . Hot Sails Maui . Hula Grill . Hawaiian
Island Surf&Sport . Hawaiian Ocean Sports . Hali’imaile General Store .
Hi-Tech Surf Sports . Jacques Bistro . Kanaha Kai . Kimos . Live Wire Cafe .
Mamas Fish House . Maui Tacos . Maui Metal Works . Maui Ocean Center . Maui
Windsurf Company . Maui Windsurfing Association . Neil Pryde Maui . Paia
Fishmarket . Paia Pizza . Paul Ehman Productions . Polli’s . Pole Position
Reports . Pompei Beach Swimwear . Jim Sanders Realty . Ray Masters Studios .
Sailboards Maui . Second Wind Sail&Surf . Salon Synneve . Side Shore Media .
Sign Solutions . Simmer Style . Starboard . SoulRider . The POINT 101/Waki
Jaki . Wet Women . Windsurf Journal . WindsurfingClassifieds.com .
Windsurfing School of Maui
Pix by David Blyth
Maui, Hawaii (USA) – Blue sky and sunshine over Maui’s Northshore, with