[Video]: Windsurfing and weather - the Cold Hawaii waiting game over

Is the waiting game over? Tomorrow's forecast is still predicting excellent conditions with winds of up to 35 knots accompanied by waves of up to three meters by 5pm, which should generate brilliant cross-on jumping and riding conditions, giving the most radical sailors in the world the opportunity to truly showcase their skills as they launch into gravity defying stunts. Will Thomas Traversa be able to defend his Cold Hawaii crown, will Victor Fernandez finally get his first victory, will Philip Köster live up to his role as the favorite beat them all - or will it be something we never would have thought possible? Only time can tell ...

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