However, Mallory De La Villemarque (North, France) and Kevin Langeree (Naish, Netherlands) took the opportunity to get some tow in surfing lessons using a jet ski and caught quite a few nice waves in the process.
Tomorrow's weather outlook (particularly the wind forecast) does not look promising either so there is a possibility that the event organizer will arrange a bus to take the competitors to Chile's capital, Santiago, to surf an artificial wave pool in the mall and for some sight-seeing tour of the city proper. As a result, the mandatory skippers' meeting for tomorrow will be held at 10:00am to decide if and when, weather permitting, the bus will be arranged to Santiago.
So it's exactly three more days before the conclusion of this year's world tour and everyone is anticipating the final result of the men's Freestyle double to know who will be crowned this year's world champion.
With only a few points separating reigning world champ Aaron Hadlow (Flexifoil, UK) from challenger Kevin Langeree, the last three days will prove to be both exciting and fun to watch as both these riders will surely be giving all their best to win the much coveted title. After 170 grueling days of extreme kiteboarding action, it all comes down to the final three days of competition.
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