The 2004 PWA, Catalunya, Costa Brava, Super X, World Cup, Day 3
The anticipation continues to build here at the 2004, PWA, Catalunya, Super X, World Cup. Predicted winds failed to materialize here this afternoon, as hot sunny weather, followed by dark storm clouds thwarted thermal breezes.
Last nights boat trip, which set off from the historic town of Roses resulted in a memorable evening typifying the superb generosity of the local organizers. The party set sail around 8pm, kicking off with a thrilling boat tour meters away from vertical granite cliffs and extraordinary caves. After docking in a stunning secluded bay around the headland, the hospitality continued with a feast of typical Spanish cuisine including fresh salad, sardines and paella, not forgetting the odd carafe of Sangria to wash it all down!
Record attendances are expected here on the sun drenched shores of Costa Brava this weekend, as this years festival draws to a sensational climax with a huge windsurf exhibition, insane parties and adrenaline pumping Super X action.
As the sun sets behind distant stormy skies over the Pyrenees this evening, the stage is perfectly set for a dramatic finale to this years Catalunya Super X World Cup. The latest forecasts for Saturday and Sunday are now pointing calling for the arrival of northerly Tramontana winds. It now looks like waiting game is finally over, so fasten your seatbelts ready for two days of fever pitch Super X action, which will determine who has the nerve and speed to be on the podium when the dust settles after the final race!