Home News Product Reviews Health & Fitness Features Healthy Eating

ARCHIVE NEWS

If it is not your content, try to search here:
Windsurfing - 16. May 2009.

2009 PWA Ulsan World Cup


 
Event Preview: Celebrating its third anniversary on the World Tour, South Korea’s Jinha beach prepares for the arrival of the PWA’s men’s and women’s slalom fleets.
 
Nestled in the south east corner of Korea, Jinha Beach has gained an international reputation for windsurfing over recent years. Having attracted mainstream media attention following its inclusion on the PWA’s World Tour, this once little known windsurfing location is fast becoming something of a Mecca to Korean windsurfers.
 
Now in its third year on the World Tour, the PWA Ulsan World Cup is undoubtedly one of the most colorful locations the slalom fleet visits over the course of the competition year. Combining a rich and diverse culture with white sands and consistent trade winds, Jinha beach is guaranteed to serve up a unique competition atmosphere for the week long World Cup.
 
Running from the 16th – 22nd of May, this year’s event has lured all of slalom’s big players to Korea’s shores.

The Ulsan World Cup will also see the women’s fleet embark on their opening event of the 2009 season. Following a ferocious battle for the top spot in 2008, Karin Jaggi (North Sails) and Valerie Ghibaudo (Tabou / Loft) will no doubt entertain another explosive fight for pole position.
 
Sarah Hebert (Starboard / Naish Sails) is another face to look out for. A consistent run of form in 2008 saw her secure third overall for the season. This year she’ll be hungry to make inroads to Jaggi and Ghibaudo’s dominance at the top.
 
With both the men’s and women’s slalom fleets showing more depth and talent than ever before, this year’s PWA Ulsan World Cup looks set to deliver jaw dropping race action from the outset.
 
Keep Your Finger On The Pulse

For more information on all the entrants, and to keep up to date with every piece of the action, follow the event’s link on www.pwaworldtour.com
Thank you so much, if you tweet or share
UP
Have you read it?
New Zealand reach Sentinel final
Bray double sends England into Sentinel Semi Finals

BRAY DOUBLE SENDS ENGLAND INTO FINAL FOUR AT WORLD LEAGUE FINALS

Please follow us