Competitors were greeted by a sunny, calm day at Rhosneigr - perfect to get things ready for what will be a classic Rhossy weekend.
The forecast is looking good with south-west winds and some ground swell to give perfect port tack jumping for the wave riders.
The slalom boys are going to have a lot of fun with 25 knot winds forecast; they\'ll be out and back all day long. It\'s also great to see so many Irish sailors arriving on the ferry from Dublin.
This event is the second round of the JP/NeilPryde Irish Sea Challenge as well as being the first UK JP/NeilPryde Slalom event.
We just can\'t wait! Tune into the BOARDSEEKER FORUM for live updates throughout Saturday.
Jamie Hawkins and his Exocet
The Proffitt family: it\'s a rare event when Mum & Dad (who help out at racing events) get to watch their son in action!
Next Generation: Rich Jones, Sam Neal and Graham Woods
The Happy Couple: Hot favourite Phil Horrocks and local Nigel Treacy who is hoping to improve on his second at last week\'s Irish event.
Man on the PA: Jem Hall warms up for a busy weekend with a spot of paddle boarding.
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