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Subjcet The 2015 Ulsan PWA..Day 6
The 2015 Ulsan PWA World Cup - Day 6
Current discipline: Slalom
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17:40 Ok, we're closing the live ticker now, so thanks a lot for following the action as it unfolded here at Jinha Beach. It's been a testing first few days, but the last two days have been well worth the wait! See you next event which will be the slalom at Costa Brava, Spain.

17:29 And that's it for the day, the week and the event! Big congrats to Sarah Quita Offringa (Starboard/NeilPryde) and Antoine Albeau (RRD/NeilPryde) for clinching the first PWA slalom title of the 2015 season. Stay tuned for the full results and final event rankings and the day's summary later on today.

Joining us in the press room now are Antoine Albeau and Sarah Quita Offringa. Let's hear what the winners have to say.

17:19 And taking 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the losers final are Mortefon, Andres and Valkna.

17:17 In this are De Geus, Mortefon, Andres, Valkna, Rasmussen, Furusawa, Tulumen, Iwai and Lim.

17:14 Top 3 over the line are Offringa, Cousin and Erdil. Offringa takes the event victory, congrats to her. And straight back out to the women's losers final.

17:10 And we're off with a good start. 

17:05 Round 4 winners final coming up with Erdil, Unlu, Cousin, Ghibaudo, Dusart, Offringa, Kubat, Suzuki, Anayama and Lescadieu. Chances of running another round after this are slim to none, so it all comes down to this final for the women.

17:02 Advancing to the final are Erdil, Unlu, Cousin, Ghibaudo and Dusart. We're continuing with the winners final, so a short break for the riders to make it back to the starting line.

16:58 Moving into the final are Offringa, Kubat, Suzuki, Anayama and Lescadieu. And heat no.2 is already underway.

16:54 And we're away with heat no. 1. A good start in plenty of wind. 

16:50 Next up is round 4 for the women's. Heat 1 features Offringa, Kubat, Anayama, Suzuki, Mortefon, Andres, Valkna, Rasmussen and Lescadieu. Heat 2 starts with Erdil, Cousin, Ghibaudo, Unlu, Dusart, Furusawa, Tulumen and Lim.

16:38 Top 3 finishing in the women's losers final are Andres, Furuwasa and Tulumen. A short break now as the seeding for the 4th women's elimination is being calculated. So nothing's decided here just yet.

16:30 And the losers final is on.

16:28 Erdil takes it and if there won't be another elimination, she wins the event title. Offringa in second and Kubat in third. But it's not decided yet as the wind is still up. Next up is the women's loser final.

16:23 And we're off with the 3rd elimination women's final.

16:17 Advancing into the final are Offringa, Mortefon, Suzuki, Kubat and Ghibaudo. We're moving straight into the winner's final as the finalists are called to the starting line. In the final we've got Offringa, Mortefon, Suzuki, Kubat, Ghibaudo, Unlu, Cousin, Erdil, Anayama and Dusart.

16:10 We're off and around the first mark with enough wind.

16:00 And that's it for the men as the male sailors are released for the day. Big congrats to Antoine Albeau (RRD/NeilPryde) for taking the first event of the season. Women's heat no. 2 is going into sequence now as the wind looks better again.

15:55 It's looking pretty light now as the sailors are sent to the beach. It's back on standby here on the last day of the 2015 Ulsan PWA World Cup.

15:53 Good start, but cancelled again at the first mark.

15:45 We're going to give it another go with women's heat no.2. The sailors are currently making their way out to the starting line. In this are Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard/NeilPryde/Maui Ultra Fins/Mystic), Cagla Kubat (Starboard/Severne), Marion Mortefon (Patrik/Gun Sails), Ayako Suzuki (Tabou/GA Sails/Mystic), Océane Lescadieu (Starboard/Loft Sails), Nimet Tulumen (KA Sails), Yun-Hee Lim (Starboard/Severne Sails), Valérie Ghibaudo (Tabou/GA Sails).

15:30 The AP flag is up, heat got cancelled as the wind has gone too sketchy. The sailors are sent back to the beach and we're going back on standby. We'll be back as soon as the conditions improve again.

15:27 No joy, cancelled again. We're going to try one more time with the resail of men's heat 3.

15:25 And we're off to a good start with women's heat no.2. Let's hope the wind holds.

15:21 Heat cancelled. It's getting more patchy now. We're going to try for the resail of women's heat no.2 now.

15:19 Men's heat no. 3 is up with Marco Lang (Fanatic/North Sails), Pascal Toselli (99 NoveNove/Point-7), Jimmy Diaz (Starboard/North Sails), Alexandre Cousin (Patrik/Loft Sails/Mystic), Akihiko Yamada (Starboard/Loft Sails), Greg Thomas (Starboard/North Sails) and Yoshihiro Nakagawa (Starboard/MauiSails).

15:17 Heat cancelled due to insufficient wind.

15:15 Good start this time.

15:12 General recall as De Geus went over early. Restart is coming up.

15:11 Advancing from women's heat no.1 are Unlu, Cousin, Erdil, Anayama and Dusart. Next up women's heat 2 with Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard/NeilPryde/Maui Ultra Fins/Mystic), Cagla Kubat (Starboard/Severne), Marion Mortefon (Patrik/Gun Sails), Ayako Suzuki (Tabou/GA Sails/Mystic), Esther de Geus (99 NoveNove/Point-7), Océane Lescadieu (Starboard/Loft Sails), Nimet Tulumen (KA Sails), Yun-Hee Lim (Starboard/Severne Sails), Valérie Ghibaudo (Tabou/GA Sails).

15:03 Women's heat no.1 coming up with Lena Erdil (Patrik/Point-7/Mystic/AL360), Fulya Ãœnlü (Starboard/Severne), María Andrés (Fanatic/Gun Sails/Mystic/AL360), Delphine Cousin (Starboard/Gun Sails), Mio Anayama (Starboard/NeilPryde), Marion Dusart (Patrik/Gun Sails/Flymount), Annika Valkna (Loft Sails), Sayaka Iwai (RRD/MauiSails), Haruna Furusawa (Starboard/Point-7/Mystic), and Miriam Rasmussen (99 NoveNove/Challenger Sails/AL360).

15:00 Four men over early and big names they are. Moussilmani, Reuscher, Ferin and Maynard. No need to resail this heat as there's only four guys left. Straight onto women's heat no. 1.

14:57 Advancing from heat 1 are Dagan, Williams, Bordes and Marotti. Next up is men's heat no. 2 featuring Cyril Moussilmani (Starboard/Severne), Malte Reuscher (JP/NeilPryde), Benjamin Augé (RRD/RRD), Andrea Ferin (RRD/Challenger Sails/AL360), Finian Maynard (99 NoveNove/Avanti Sails), Oh-Han Kwon (Naish/Naish) and Katsuro Iwasaki (RRD/GA Sails).

14:45 First heat features Ross Williams (Tabou/GA Sails/Mystic), Arnon Dagan (RRD/NeilPryde), Enrico Marotti (RRD/NeilPryde), Kurosh Kiani (Starboard/Point-7/Maui Ultra Fins), Cedric Bordes (Tabou/GA Sails), Ilya Chaika (Starboard/Severne), Hiroshi Hasegawa (RRD/MauiSails). The heat is now going into starting sequence.

14:35 It's on. Men's heat no.1 riders are sent to the starting line. Stay tuned.

14:15 We're going back on standby. It's still pretty patchy out on the course at the moment, but it's looking promising.

14:00 We're going off standby and back to 15-minute announcements. Next call is at 14:15, first possible start 15 minutes after that.

13:55 The wind is very gusty, ranging from 4-15 knots on the race course. Not good enough for racing at the moment, still on standby.

13:45 The wind is back and we're going on standby. First possible start not before 14:00.

13:30 It's suddenly looking pretty good out there. Next call at 13:45 and first possible start at 14:00. The heat order has changed. First up are men's heat 1 and 2, then women's heat 1 and 2, men 3 and 4, women 4, men 5-14, women 3 and men 16-15.

13:00 Very little change in the conditions. Next call at 13:30, first possible start at 13:45.

12:30 The wind is picking up a bit. We're moving to half-our announcement intervals. Next call is at 13:00, first possible start at 13:30.

11:30 Not a lot of change here for now. Next announcement is at 12:30, first possible start at 13:00.

10:40 We're going to wait until 11:30 to make the next call, with a first possible start at 12:00. First up are women's heats no. 1 and 2, followed by men's heats 1-12, then the women's final, men's semifinals, women's losers final and then the men's final and losers final. You can find the 3rd elimination ladders on this page, left of the live ticker.

10:10 Good morning and welcome to the final day of the 2015 Ulsan PWA World Cup. After yesterday's excitement, we're potentially looking at another day of racing action today. The forecast predicts the same thermal winds that cooked up the goods yesterday, although it will probably not be as strong if it comes through. At the moment, all is still quiet on the Jinha Beach front, as the sailors are gathering for the skipper's meeting at 10:30.