Sarah-Quita Offringa , Kevin Pritchard and Starboard Team on Ho’okipa, Maui Hawaii
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Windsurfing is a form of sailing, where a board is powered across the water by the wind.
Tenerife PWA World Cup 2017: For the 7th year in a row Tenerife delivered world class conditions to maintain its 100% record of gaining a result. After a slow first few days, El Médano more than made up for that with some of the best conditions we’ve ever seen in Tenerife with winds reaching in excess of 50 knots at times and waves up to mast high providing the ideal playground for windsurfing of the highest performance.

In the men’s division Philip Köster continued his dominant start to the season to collect his second victory of 2017, while Iballa Moreno fought back to deny Sarah-Quita Offringa.
Women’s Wave
Iballa Moreno suffered a shock semifinal exit at the hands of Sarah-Quita Offringa in the single elimination, but the reigning world champion staged a rousing final day comeback to earn her first victory of the season after defeating Offringa twice to deny the Aruban her first port tack wave event win. Success in Tenerife sees Iballa take control of the title race heading into the Autumn season.

Sarah-Quita Offringa may feel that this was a missed opportunity for her as she was only a minute away from winning the event but Iballa produced a brilliant buzzer beater of a wave to deny the 26-year-old. However, after a disappointing 5th to start the season in Pozo, Gran Canaria, the Aruban should be delighted with the way she bounced back to earn second place here, which sees her rise to 3rd in the overall rankings.
During the quarter finals and opening half of her semifinal – Daida Moreno looked to be in the same rich vein of form that saw her win the opening event of the season, but disaster struck for the 18-time world champion midway through her semifinal against Lina Erpenstein when she injured herself jumping, which led to her having to withdraw from the contest. Daida remains second in the overall rankings after still finishing 3rd here, but now faces a race against time to be fit in time for Sylt at the end of September.
Men’s Wave
Philip Köster was quite simply in a league of his own in Tenerife as he obliterated the rest of the competition with an outstanding jumping and wave riding display as he showed again why he is the best port tack wave sailor in the world. Köster’s blend of powerful rail turns and tricks earned him an emphatic victory to make it two wins out of two since his return from injury and the 22-year-old is on course for a 4th world title. If he sustains his current level of form it’s hard to see anyone stopping him.

Reigning world champion – Victor Fernandez – won here last year, but couldn’t find a way to stop a dominant Köster on this occasion. The Spaniard finished 3rd in the single elimination but fought back into the top two after winning two tough battles against Marcilio Browne and Alex Mussolini in the double elimination. Fernandez is still in touch with Köster heading into the second half of the season and could still yet defend his world crown.

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