2010 Essaouira Wave Classic: great spirit, great winds

After 3 rounds completed and 12 heats run in various wavesailing conditions, from moderate winds with medium size waves, and from strong winds to pure down the line surfsailing, the organization of this 1st ‘Essaouira Wave Classic 2010 is happy to announce the official results.

See you for another great event in Morocco in 2011!

BEST TEAM
After 3 rounds completed and with 46 points
Fettah Lamara (Morocco) with Boujmaa Guilloul (Morocco), Leo Ray (France) and Graham Ezzy (USA/Hawaii).

BEST RIDER
Voted by the riders themselves before the Closing Ceremony
Boujmaa Guilloul (Morocco) wins all the votes.

BEST LOCAL RIDER
Fettah Lamara (Morocco) wins all the votes unanimously.

BEST MOVE
Everybody agrees to say that Boujmaa Guilloul’s super high double forward loop was the sickest move of all. This move is to discover in our final video to be released soon.

WORST WIPE OUT
It’s been a tight battle between Abdelouahed Labdi (Morocco) and Graham Ezzy’s (USA) wipe outs. But finally it is Abdelouahed that wins this trophy !

‘AVENTURES CONCEPT JUMP SESSION’ RESULTS
With a 1000 € Prize Money offered by the sponsor of this «Free Jump Session », Boujmaa Guilloul (Morocco) strikes once again and wins the 500 € promised for the pro riders’ 1st ‘best jump’, and Fettah Lamara (Morocco) wins the other 500 € promised for the local riders’ 1st ‘best jump’.

AWARDS for LOCAL RIDERS
Were also awarded for their participation and their commitment in the competition, the other 3 locals : Fayçel Hmidi (Essaouira), Miloud Labdi (Moulay Bouzerktoun) and Soufiane Sahli (Moulay Bouzerktoun).

We would like to thank the local moroccan people in Essaouira and Moulay Bouzerktoun for their warm welcome and support.

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