Miami Pro-Am 2010: the race ends near the tall buildings | Photo: Windsurftour.com

The Miami Pro-Am 2010 has hit the waters of the Biscayne Bay, Florida. With 12-14 knot winds, the only problem was choosing the right rig. Despite the increasing doubts, most windsurfers decided to go with the 11m sails.

Ron Kern was performing incredibly well and was the standout of the day. He almost won all the races. Having a small course resulted in tight legs. The last races lasted only 5/6 minutes each.

The women's fleet was pumping. Female riders were definitely trying to get the best results and struggling to defeat many male sailors.

Of course, we're talking about true champions: Solvig Sayre is an all round windsurfer (Kona, RSX and Formula), Karen Marriott has just completed the Kona World Championships and Beverly Gomez is the official Jamaican Olympic windsurfer.

Final Results:

Men:

1st Ron Kern
2nd Fernando Martinez
3rd Cullen Ahearn
4th Britt Vieman
5th Martin Abete
6th Peter Ifju
7th Diego Domeniani
8th Alex Morales
9th John Cerchio
10th Sergio Kapul

Women

1st Solvig Sayre
2nd Karen Marriott
3rd Beverly Gomez

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