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Windsurfing - 04. March 2011.

2011 Vietnam PWA Grand Slam

2011 Vietnam PWA Grand Slam

Day 7: Marginal conditions left the slalom fleet teetering on the edge of competition, but ultimately left the standings unchanged on competition’s seventh day.

A building thermal wind towards the end of the afternoon on competition’s seventh day showed signs of promise, allowing race director Juan Antonio Aragon to summon the slalom fleets to the water to complete the remaining women’s losers final.

Despite prolonged efforts to run both heats, the wind simply wasn’t playing ball, and persisted to drop below the PWA’s seven knot minimum wind requirement during the attempted finals. The only result to stand from the day was a premature start from Finland’s Marianne Kaplas (Starboard / Severne) in the women’s losers final, meaning she will be excluded from tomorrow's re-run.
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