Welcome back to a fresh week of news here on Boardseeker. There has been plenty of action all over the world this weekend, so without further ado, here\'s a round up...

The second PWA Slalom event of the year has kicked off at Ulsan beach in Korea. So far, one elimination has been completed by both the men\'s and ladies\' fleets with progress being made into the second. Some shock results have emerged from the men\'s first round, with defending World Champion and current tour leader Bjorn Dunkerbeck failing to make the winners\' final and finishing up in 9th place. Taking his place on the podium is the relatively unheard of Turkish sailor and Starboard/Severne team mate Bora Kozanoglu.

Showing a brilliant turn of speed and a perfect start, Kozanoglu made the most of the conditions to open up a sizeable lead over French big gun Antoine Albeau. All was going well for TUR-11 until the final leg of the race where Albeau, suddenly and inexplicably, started closing the gap at an alarming rate. It later turned out that Kozanoglu had run through some sea grass, explaining his sudden loss of speed, but in the end he emerged victorious. Congratulations to the unsponsored Bora! Alongside Dunkerbeck, other big names not to make the final, or facing disqualification for premature starts, include Josh Angulo, Ben van der Steen, Cyril Moussilmani and Finian Maynard. Here is the video from Day Two...