Whilst all has gone quiet on the PWA front in Maui the competition is in actual fact far from finished. With the double set to resume as the weekend draws in we take a quick look back at some highlights which have been cropping up on the social mediaosphere.
Our first eye-catching, or maybe even eye-watering, moment is this insane late aerial from Aleix Sanllehy Gonzalez.
Now that's captured your attention, how about this double drone birds eye view of Marcilio Browne catching a glassy one.
Couple more drone shots filmed by Robby Swift and Ricardo Campello . Goya Windsurfing Pirelli MFC Hawaii
Posted by Marcilio Browne on Tuesday, 3 November 2015
Now whilst the wind remains on the lighter side we thought we would bring The Viking Diaries to your attention. Posting short daily clips, Markus Rydberg brings us a small view of what life is like in and around Maui during competition time. A decent sailors eye view and well worth following to see all his other latest short clips.
Next up, yep this kid is 14... Sickeningly good, he looks set to put a few people out of a job in the coming years.
My fine friend took some video of me at the Aloha Classic this week. Black Project Fins JP AUSTRALIA Hot Sails Maui
Posted by Jake Schettewi on Monday, 2 November 2015
At last but by no means least a clip of the current 1st and 2nd placed men of the competition. Ok so not a social media clip but it is entirely related to this one beach that we've been focusing on. Ho'okipa firing with the finest in the world tearing it apart.