2010 Women's Slalom World Tour Final In France
The PWA welcomes the world's best female windsurfers at the beginning of September to the 2010 Women's Slalom World Tour Final.
The Professional Windsurfers Association is proud to announce the 2010 Almanarre, Hyeres, Women’s Slalom World Tour Final. The event will be held from September 4th to the 8th, 2010 at Plage de l’Almanarre, Hyeres, in France.
This world famous windsurfing location has hosted many excellent events in the history of the PWA World Tour and will return this season to the circuit to showcase the most talented female racers from around the world.
Entrants will most likely include multiple World Champion and current PWA Tour Leader, Karin Jaggi; current PWA Freestyle Champion, and number 2 on the Slalom Tour, Sarah-Quita Offringa and 18 year old French sensation and current Slalom number 3, Alice Arutkin.
Also challenging the front runners at the Women's Slalom World Tour Final will be 2009 PWA World Champion, Valerie Arrighetti who will be looking to recover significant glory having missed the first event of the year through injury.
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