Day 5 Pacasmayo Classic, Amateur Day

Pacasmayo Classic
Day 5 was expected to have stronger wind than earlier in the week. It was very slow to arrive, however it did kick in around 2pm and built to contestable strength by 3pm, thus amateur heats began. The contest ran from 3pm-6:30pm. Every ounce of contestable wind and daylight was used. Waves were in the…
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Pacasmayo Classic Day 4

Pacasmayo Classic
Day 4 of the Pacasmayo Classic was looking very promising. The waves were still in the head high range on the sets and the wind was a touch stronger than the day before. This kept all the riders on edge waiting for the call to compete. The first announcement was made at 11:00 and thus…
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Pacasmayo Day 3

Pacasmayo Classic
Day 3 dawned with early sunshine, head high waves peeling from the point, glassy conditions and a forecast of light 12 knot winds later in the morning. It was going to be touch and go based on that wind forecast but the waves looked beautiful so we launched into action at the 10am briefing and…
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Day 2 Pacasmayo Classic

Pacasmayo Classic
With a big forecast on the horizon, Day 2 of the Pacasmayo Classic called a lay day at the 10am skippers meeting.  The IWT had a chat with local organizers Bettina Gonzales and Maxime Fevrier about their inspiration to put on the event in Peru. First up: Bettina Gonzales from Lima: IWT: What made you…
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