BWA Cornwall - Up and Running

The BWA Cornwall event has kicked off today with some incredible conditions in store! The whole weekend looks to be a great event with winds over 35knots and some sizeable swell predicted. The pro fleet are underway today, with the amateurs, ladies, youths and masters joining them tomorrow.
Check out the draw and entry lists below and we will have more details for you very soon!

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  1. Ladies

    Where is ladies entry list? Or draw? I thought FLOW was keeping ladies side? To ensure they wont forgotten like in this article. :(

    1. Tony

      Yes, its an amazing entry list for masters but really disappointing to see only one youth and no ladies. I assume there are some ladies entered. The lack of youths is a real shame though. We need to get youths into wavesailing and away from racing.

      1. Amy Carter

        Hey Guys, sorry we were not sent the ladies entry list so we could not post it. of course the ladies aren’t forgotten and they all sailed amazingly!
        more details on the rest of the contest coming soon…

  2. Amy Boards

    So that makes it:
    Mullen vs Horrocks up first, followed by
    Cox vs King.

    The winner of each will then go into the winners final, with the other two fighting out for 3rd and 4th in the losers final.

    The contest is currently on hold as the conditions have worsened. Fingers crossed that the wind improves as the tide turns, we could see some more action from the pro fleet in around one hours time.

    1. Clyde

      King Cox, sounds like some kind of horror movie

  3. Amy Boards

    Big upset comes as local boy Andy King beats Ben Proffitt!

  4. Amy Carter

    Cox beats Gayda to make the final. But up now is Proffitt vs King… another tough tough heat. Could King be stronger in the starboard tack conditions and take down the tour leader?

  5. Amy Carter

    Horrocks takes down Muzza and Timo Mullen beach Bubble, making Horrocks and Mullen in the final… but who will they face?

  6. Amy Carter

    Things are certainly hotting up down at Marazion… as we predicted James Cox put in a strong performance to oust Hart. Whilst local man Andy King showed his skills, especially in the jumps, to take a semi spot ahead of Jack Hunt. And the final semi spot has been taken by Ben Proffitt, who beat Dave Horrocks.

  7. Amy Carter

    Up now is Cox v Hart, surely Cox will be on a mission after an early exit in the Tiree single to Hart. With his starboard tack prowess could this be the event for Cox to make his mark?

  8. Amy Carter

    Bubble is through! In a tight heat between Gayda and Neal, it’s Gayda who advances.

  9. Jo Wright

    How come they are not sailing at Gwithian?

    1. Amy Carter

      Quote from organisers: “After the beach checks there was no swell on the north coast……surprisingly flat!!

      South swell and good wind, though challenging onshore at mazza was the only option……”

  10. Amy Carter

    Looks like Steve Thorp is enjoying a freesail elsewhere, which should mean Chambers gets put straight through…

  11. Amy Carter

    Timo wins against Ross Williams, will this put him out of the title race?

  12. Amy Carter

    Pros up and running in Marazion! In the first heat it was Chris Muzza Murray that took down team mate George Shillito. In the second heat a great display from Alberti Pijoan, but he couldn’t match Phil Horrocks who sailed into the next round. Results from the next round coming very soon…

  13. Ollie

    Forecasts looking amazing! Hopefully going to get there and stay for Monday as well…

  14. BOARDS_Magazine

    Pro competitors all waiting at Marazion, it’s windy and building but the wind is bolt onshore at the moment so they are waiting for it to switch round a little. There’s some nice 3 foot ramps waiting too…

  15. Amy Carter

    Competitors still on hold, next meeting at sunset car park at 10am.


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