[Daily LIVE schedule]: Day 1 - KIA Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup 2013

12:30: Official opening of the KIA Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup13:00: Skippers meeting KIA Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup 13:15: First possible start

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Win great prizes: Every day during the KIA Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup, we'll be running a Facebook competition. There are great prizes in store. If you haven’t already done so: LIKE us to be a part of the fun. Today the prize is a GoPro Black Edition.

Weather forecast:

  • Wind Speed: 15 - 25 knots shifting between southwest and northwest.
  • Wave height: 1.5 meters.
  • Up and down wind. Squally conditions coming with the rain.

PWA Head Judge Duncan Coombs: “The wind is going to be shifting between on and offshore. The sailors will have to bring different types of sails with them on the beach. It’ll be difficult for us to call the amount of jumping and inform the sailors whether we’re doing jumps or only wave riding but we’ll get a beach marshall passing on our decisions during the day. We saw some good sailing during the warm-up and the conditions today are contestable. That’s positive. We’re aiming for all 25 heats, starting with three heats of trial. There’s motion in the ocean.”

First possible start: First possible start means that the competition will start, if there’s enough wind. We will keep you posted every 30 minutes or every 60 minutes depending on the conditions.


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