The PWA Freestyle "Supersession" results from yesterday had no changes

today. Anyone who missed the live broadcasts with the Supersession

champion Ricardo Campello's (JP / Neil Pryde) new move the 'shaka' or

runner up Robby Swift's (JP / Neil Pryde) double forward loop can still

see these moves and more online at

By 4pm today the surf had not picked up enough to complete the first PWA

Wave World Cup of 2003, so unfortunately the contest finished with no wave

result. All the sailors have enjoyed an amazing week in Vargas and the

beautiful area of Aguimes though, with decent surfing on the days before

the contest and great freestyle sailing throughout the week.

Also, an amazing new stage was set for 2003 with broadcasting the

whole competition live and direct through the internet, so viewers around

the world can see the latest moves and the most radical action from the

comfort of their armchairs instead of a windswept beach.

The next PWA Wave World Cup is back here in Gran Canaria beginning on June

26th at the infamous Pozo beach, renowned for nuclear winds, high

adrenalin action and never without injury or excitement.

Both current Wave World Champion Kevin Pritchard (Starboard / Gaastra) and

third in the world Nik Baker (Mistral / North) should have made full

recoveries from their broken feet, which made them miss this event in

Vargas. No doubt they are breathing a sigh of relief as with no result

here this week, they are back in the title race for this years Wave World


In fact, so long as Pritchard and Baker both make full recoveries, 2003

will be the first year in the last decade that all the highest ranking

wave sailors in the world will all be able to compete, as every other year

one of them is out of action with injury.

The PWA Freestyle tour moves to Costa Brava in Spain on May 20th for their

second Qualifier event ahead of the World Cup events later in the year.

Currently leading the Freestyle rankings, is seventeen year old world

beater from Margarita, Douglas "Cheo" Diaz (Fanatic / North). However,

with all the highest ranking events still ahead, Cheo, along with all the

other freestyle specialists, will be in secret training in different

corners of the world developing new freestyle tricks to impress the judges

in the end of June at Pozo.

So keep an eye on

from the professional world of windsurfing and

over the next few days to see all the action we've had here in Vargas this