News Headlines – Mon 8th

With echoes of Friday\’s headlines, we have to lead today\’s news with confirmation that Maui\’s Graham Ezzy has won the AWT Baja Cactus Cup while Britain\’s Tanya Saleh cleaned up in the women\’s. The remaining men\’s podium places went to the Ho\’okipa crew too, with Keith Teboul securing second and Kevin Pritchard third after five rounds of wavesailing competition. Full results at – and read Tanya Saleh\’s final report at

Naturally, Tanya Saleh is also blogging her result at, while fellow Brit in Baja Chris \’Muzza\’ Murray is wooping it up at Whilst we\’re playing catch-up, here\’s a few updates from UK riders who\’ve just returned home – Sarah Bibby\’s hurt her foot again at, PWA live commentator extraordinaire Ben Proffitt\’s back home to collect his new Simmer kit after a hectic couple of months away at, while fellow competitor-come-pundit John Skye and his new bride Nayra are back from an altogether more chilled visit to the Salvage Islands at

On the subject of Brits at home, Nick Dempsey starts today\’s RS:X racing at the Olympic Test Event in Weymouth still in top spot with three days to go, albeit tied on points with Dutch foe Dorian van Rijsselberge. Meanwhile in the women\’s Bryony Shaw has posted a string of healthy results to make fourth, well in touch with third and second and just 10 points adrift of first-placed Marina Alabau. More at and keep up with today\’s action live at

Staying on the racecourse, out in Denmark we hear that Tim Aagesen has won the 2011 Kona World Championships at Nivaa from Joachim Larsson in second and Adam Holm third. Full daily reports and more to come at – and you can check out the action from day four right here…

Plus of course, the World Tour Slalom boys and girls have gathered in Greece for Pegasus Airlines PWA Alaçati, 8-14 August. This event promises quite a showdown between Albeau and Dunkerbeck and they\’re already on heat 10 this lunchtime, so stay tuned to for all the latest.

Today also sees the launch of the 2012 MauiSails wave and freestyle line-up – the Legend, Ghost, Global, Loco and Switch. Check them out at and enjoy this product launch movie…

And finally, on Friday we promised you more news of the Siam Park Extreme Jump event that took place on Saturday on Tenerife. We can\’t confirm much yet, except that Alex Mussolini appears to have won it ahead of Iban Hernandez in second and Dany Bruch third – and how do we glean that? Thanks to this movie from Scott McKercher (and double-thanks for the heads-up from Greece\’s finest: We\’re looking out for more on very soon … and there\’s already a pic gallery from Pavel Slanina popped up via

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