Brawzinho이 승리 2013 AWT 산타 크루즈 고야 윈드 서핑 축제
Marcilio "Brawzinho"브라운은 킥오프 무슨 놀라운 이벤트가 올해의 미국 윈드 서핑 투어의 첫 번째 이벤트를 복용하여 자신의 첫 번째 물결의 승리를 주장 ... 그리고 2013 근무 기간. 머리 판사 키스 Teboul 행동의 미친 금액으로 3 일 동안 완전 이중 제거 대회에 맞게. 의 방금 무슨 일이 일어 났는지의 세부 사항의 일부에하자 그래서 당신은 정말 얼마나 놀라운이 이벤트 볼 수 있습니다.
BEST MOVE 상
이 이벤트 하나 라이더 대회에서 아무도에서도 시도하지 않는 FOUR 매우 어려운 움직임을 착륙. 이 간격을이 라이더를 설정 $1,000.00 최고의 이동에 대한 상, 이는 이들의 수 있었다. 라이더는 누구인가? 물론 Marcilio "Brawzinho"브라운! 움직임은 무엇인가? 처음으로, 당신은 아마 이미 그가 깨끗하게 붙어 모두 더블 포워드에 대해 들었어요. 초, 그의 거대한 한 발과 한 손 뒤로 루프 힘든 더위에 승리 그를 도와. 제, 열 끝에 자신의 공기 Chachoo는 단순히 믿어지지 않았다. 최종적으로, 거기에 프리 스타일러는 그의 머리 뒤에 항해를 끌어 들여로 마무리 그와 함께 그의 타카 디아블로 타카에 감동합니다! 산타 크루즈에 여기 wavesailing의 한계를 밀어이 보너스 상금을 획득을위한 Brawzinho에 축하.
PRO DOUBLE 철폐
더블 제거 브래킷 경쟁에서 컴백에 대한 모든 선원에게 기회를 허용하고 자신의 순위를 개선하거나 가능한 모든 것을 가지고. 이상의 어떤 다른 사람이 이용했다 두 선원 케빈 McGillivray와 페르디난도 Loffreda했다. Both started the day tied for 13th with Loffreda moving all the way up to 9th and McGillivray to 8th overall. Advancing through the Double bracket means you have to sail a lot and Camille Juban found his groove landing tweaked Push Loops and stylish wave rides through his five heats advancing his position to 4th overall in the competition.
The Double Elimination ended with head-to-head battles against each of the finalists from the Single bracket. Juban narrowly defeated Morgan Noireaux in the first man-on-man heat earning the right to take on Bernd Roediger. Juban was on a roll and advanced to challenge Levi Siver in the Quarter Final for 3rd place. This was a super close heat with Siver taking out Juban with his Wave360 as the heat came to a close. Both had big jump scores with Siver sticking a nice one-handed Back Loop and Juban nailing a tweaked Push Loop. The semi final saw Brawzinho get a nice one-handed Back Loop while Siver struggled to find his jump early. Brawzinho seemed to start every wave with a new-school Backside 360 and linking it with some nicely connected turns down the line. Siver was throwing buckets of spray and hitting some nice aerials in tough conditions to keep the heat close. Siver finally got his jump, a one-handed Back Loop, with 30-seconds left in the heat, but it wasn’t enough as Brawzinho had better scores and advanced to meet Kevin Pritchard in the final.
The final heat was extended to 14-minutes giving ample time for max scoring two waves and one jump. Pritchard looked to be struggling a bit in the lighter conditions while Brawzinho seemed to be spinning down the line scoring big. Pritchard did manage to find some nice waves and a solid Back Loop but it wasn’t enough to overtake Brawzinho’s jumps and his wave ride with a Taka Diablo. So they had to sail again.
Pritchard looked a lot more on his game in the re-match. His riding was powerful with big hits and some nice aerials. He hit a big one-handed Back Loop and was looking good to take the title. But Brawzinho looked determined nailing an insane Air Chachoo and some incredible new-school wave rides. In the end Brawzinho took it. Congrats to Brawzinho, the AWT Santa Cruz Goya Windsurfing Tour Pro champion!
WOMENS DOUBLE ELIMINATION
The first round saw Sam Bittner ripping up her waves to take the heat and Fisher advancing riding one of the biggest waves of the day. Up next they ran into Miho Tanaka and Sarah Delaunay. Tanaka was on fire hitting some aggressive lips while Delaunay picked off some big set waves allowing both her and Wylde to advance to meet Fiona Wylde in the semi final. With only one rider advancing to the final, Wylde was on fire hitting some aggressive lips and earning the right to battle Ingrid Larouche for the title. Over the next few contests expect to see these two women match up in some heated battles. Larouche’s experienced shone through with her scoring the best wave of the heat and her clean Forward Loop made sure she defended her title. Congrats to Ingrid Larouche, the AWT Santa Cruz Goya Windsurfing Tour Womens champion!
아마추어, 석사, GRAND MASTERS and YOUTH DOUBLE ELIMINATION FINALS
Action was intense across all the divisions for the double eliminations. Riders took full advantage of their second chance to improve their standings. The amateur final came down to a Simmer Style battle needing two heads of Reed Nelson versus Jerry McKay. Both these guys scored some epic wave rides but Jerry McKay’s absolutely sick Back Loop gave him the title.
The Masters final also took two heats with defending champ Brian Caserio up against Ferdinando Loffreda. Caserio scored better in the rematch but it wasn’t enough to match Loffreda’s vertical hits. Congrats to the new champ.
Davenport Surf Sail owner Joe Ray sailed a strong second heat giving him the Grand Masters title for the event. Ray obviously knows the break as well as anyone can finishing ahead of Steve Roy, Bruce Dilbeck and Andrew Cunningham.
The youth final came down to Casey Rehrer against Fiona Wylde. Both looked very strong but Rehrer slashy style and bigger jumps gave him the crown over Wylde.
Special thanks to Wind-NC for donating a nice portion of the prize money here at the 2013 AWT Goya Windsurfing Festival in Santa Cruz. It’s great to see a shop from the east coast supporting the tour in such a big way. Check them out online at wind-nc.com.
Also helping out with prize money are Olivia Jenkins, Jaipal Tuttle and MFC.
Words by Pete Dekay Windsport Magazine, photos by Mike Archer AWT