News from the AWT Hatteras Wave Jam that is currently taking place. Currently with Levi Siver missing, it looks like there is a warm-up show-down taking place. Chances are high that one of the following two will take the win in Hatteras, following this the winner will then face Siver in Maui for the battle of battles. AWT Head Judge, Chris Freeman explains more, then we hear it from the boys themselves. Read on…
“The 2014 title race is intensifying, following this event it is likely that Morgan and Kevin will go into the Aloha Classic ranked #1 and #2 with current Tour leader who is missing this event in the #3 spot. The winner here will be head to head with Levi, with the winner in Maui taking the Tour crown which has been held by Camile Juban for the past two seasons. The AWT is a very special group of riders, the original brainchild of Sam Bittner, the Tour has blossomed into a global family of windsurfers. With conditions on offer from cross on jumping to perfect offshore riding the Tour offers an amazing platform for riders to showcase their talents. While there may not be the level of prize money available that can be found in Europe the true prize is being able to compete, shoot and enjoy some of the most insane conditions, which this beautiful planet has to offer. Expect AWT growth to continue and Tour stops to be added in the years ahead.” – Chris Freeman (AWT Head Judge)
- Morgan Norieaux (JP Australia, Hot Sails Maui, Black Project Fins), current ranking #3
- Kevin Pritchard (Starboard, Ezzy Sails, MFC), current ranking #2
Morgan Norieaux warming up this week, keep reading for his answers.
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