The double elimination here at the Tiree Wave Classic is complete for the pro riders – Ross Williams defends his place and takes the win in style. Phil Horrocks comes back through the double and takes down Chambers to claim second, with Chambers keeping third and claiming a podium spot.
1st. Ross Williams
2nd. Phil Horrocks
3rd. Andy Chambers
The single elimination of the amateurs is now complete too:
It will be onto the amateurs double elimination soon, plus of course the ladies, youth and masters competition. Stay tuned for more!
Ross Williams takes the win in the single elimination at the Tiree Wave Classic, closely followed by Andy Bubble Chambers. Proffitt and Lewis missed the final due to having to leave for the PWA France event.
The competition is running at the Maze for all fleets and we are currently going through the pro double, plus getting competition underway for the other fleets. The wind is up and the waves are building even more making for some great competition – 15 minute heats with 2 waves to count for all fleets.
Straight after the single it is onto the pro double which sees Archer and Kirkham not managing to make it through. The next to fall were Dave Horrocks and James Cox, Horrocks suffering a broken, mast sail and ear! Now Phil Horrocks is challenging Chambers for the chance to take on Williams in the final.
In the amateurs the final is about to start and it will be McDowell, Cowling, Jack Pettit and Page who will fight it out for the win.
Day five it Tiree and the action is ON for all fleets! After checking Ballevullin it was decided to run competition for all fleets at the Maze. If the conditions had been looking good it would have been an early start and maybe the chance of Ben Proffitt and Adam Lewis getting to sail their final, but it looks like it will be down to Andy Chambers and Ross Williams to battle it out for the single elimination win.