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KPWT Dahkla Day 5

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Excitement was at a high today after a good wave forecast for the afternoon.
Skippers meeting was held at 09h30 and the race director confirmed that, today will be a day for Wave Masters.

Gautier Marcq (Judge): “I am having a super time here in Morocco. I came to Dakhla a week before the event to enjoy these wonderful conditions that Dakhla has to offer. We have a good team here and the conditions make it great to judge as the level is seriously high.”

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KPWT Dahkla Day 4

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Day 4 on the Dakhla Kiteboard Pro 2009 and there looked to be some tired legs out there after a good long day of racing yesterday.

The wind was at a good speed this morning and the race director decided to set out the course for 3 more races.
Skippers meeting was held at 11h00 and the race director briefed the riders on the course and the programme of the day.

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Course Racing on day 3 of KPWT Morocco

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Yesterday was a great day for freestyle and all were very pleased to have such good conditions and to finish the double elimination. Congratulations to Jesse Richman (HAW, CABRINHA) and Gisela Pulido (SPA, AIRUSH).

Lets not forget the fighting spirit of little Forest Bakker (FRA, FLEXIFOIL). He woke up yesterday morning with a high fever and only decided to compete very late in the day. He was placed forth in the single elimination and managed to win four heats in a row and take the junior title away from Kamil Gadjinski (POL, NORTH).

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