The result of which decided the Irish windsurfing wave tile. It was held in glorious conditions for a windsurfing wave competition with keel beach looking more like Hawaii, as it was sunny all weekend, with side shore winds of about 20knots and waves of up to 3mtr. This was the 5th time this event was run.
Previously the competition has had two starboard and two Port tack conditions, this year it was back to a starboard tack. These conditions allowed the competitors to show their wave riding skills and super high jump and loops. In total there were 36 competitors across the Pro and Amateur fleets. Two days of competition were run with points award each day and then the points were combined to get an overall result In the end.
In the Pro fleet:
1st Place: Alex Duggan
2nd: Julius Byrne
3rd: Nail Mellon
In the Amatuer fleet:
1st Place: Ross Gsamelov
2nd: Bob Hagan
3rd: Ant Byrne
Words by Malcolm Scott
Photos By Marco Cavalleri & Eugene T Cunningham Video . Edit Malcolm Scott.
Camera Poala Chianese & Michael McLister
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