Colgate World Cup 2010 In Sylt, Germany

Not only will world champions be crowned in menís slalom, menís freestyle, and womenís waves, but the sailors will also be fighting their way through heats to claim their share of the Ä105,000 prize purse.

Colgate World Cup 2010.  Photo: PWAFrom the 24th September through to the 3rd October the PWA’s most proficient wave, slalom, and freestyle sailors will gather for the 2010 Colgate World Cup in Sylt, Germany.

For the fourth consecutive year the modern day racing giant, Antoine Albeau has secured the PWA slalom world title with an event to spare. But, will no doubt be in Sylt to stamp his authority on the fleet one last time before the competition season is over.

Another sailor who’s already sealed the deal due to his amazing performance throughout the year is three times world titleholder, Jose ‘Gollito’ Estredo. The boys battling it out behind the world champ for the final spots on the 2010 podium include the kono king, Kiri Thode who’s currently lying in second overall. Steven Van Broeckhoven is just behind in third.

Following an epic contest last autumn off Westerland’s iconic beach, the PWA’s most radical wave sailors will be keen to hit more thick North Sea lips in front of the hoards of spectators guaranteed to line the shore. And, having just returned from an excellent event in Klitmoller, they’ll all be accustomed to the European conditions.

Four times Pozo champion, Victor Fernandez currently leads the rankings after a victory in Pozo and a second in Klitmoller.

The Colgate World Cup Sylt marks the final event of the year for the women’s wave tour, and leading the fleet going into this German wave bonanza is many times world champion, Daida Ruano Moreno from Gran Canaria.

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