Apologies for the tardiness of today\'s news headlines – we\'ve been fully engrossed watching the double elimination at PWA Klitmoller today, after Ricardo Campello took yesterday\'s single from Victor Fernandez, Philip Koster and Kauli Seadi. Here\'s the best of yesterday\'s huge action: more at pwaworldtour.com

Back to today, and it\'s been the British charge back through the double that\'s kept us glued to the live PWA stream – seeing John Skye, Ross Williams and Phil Horrocks into the top 12. And now we\'re down to the last four as Thomas Traversa battles his way back up through the fleet – he\'s just taken out Kauli, so can he depose Philip, Victor and Campello? Find out live and direct right here with commentary by Swifty and Proffitt, with much more at worldcup.coldhawaii.eu

Heading south to Bulgaria where the RS:X fleets are contesting the 2011 RS:X Europeans – in the women\'s fleet, Lee Korzits and Sofia Klepacka lead the way tied on 8 points, 15 ahead of Maja Dziarnowska, followed by Blanca Manchon and Bryony Shaw. Meanwhile Piotr Myszka leads Byron Kokkalanis by two points with Shahar Zubari five points back in the men\'s fleet today. Follow the action at rsxclass.com – and here\'s yesterday\'s highlighs...

Back in Blighty we\'re still recovering from the National Windsurfing Festival and all that insane wind subsequently delivered in its honour. So, if you\'re resting those aching limbs at the computer why not relive NWF 2011 courtesy of Dave White? More at nationalwindsurfingfestival.com – full results at ukwindsurfing.com

Looking ahead and it\'s not so long now until the BWA Tiree Wave Classic, 8-14 October. If you fancy your chances wavesailing against the nation\'s best for a £1000 first prize, get involved at britishwavesailingassociation.com

But if you really fancy your chances, there\'s $5000 up for grabs at Ho\'okipa Beach Park, 27 October to 1 November, as the AWT have opened registration for the Maui Makani Classic at americanwindsurfingtour.com

And finally, with Philip Koster seemingly poised to take the 2011 World Wave title at the ripe old age of 17 it looks like his board sponsor Starboard are already looking for the next generation. Check out 9 year-old Julien Flechet wavesailing Moulay in Morocco – more at star-board.com and hotsailsmaui.com

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