PWA Bonaire World Cup 2019 – Sarah-Quita Offringa & Amado Vrieswijk win

Sarah-Quita Offringa and Amado Vrieswijk are the winners of the first PWA Freestyle event in Bonaire. Amado, who had lost in the second round of the single elimination against his fellow countryman Youp Schmit made the impossible possible and won 11 heats in the double elimination. The 23 year-old won twice against Youp Schmit, who was in the lead after the single elimination and in the end he won the event.

“It’s been a long, long, long week, a long week, but an amazing though. The wind was light in the final, but the level has been so high throughout and Youp pushed me all the way! I’m just really, really happy!” (Amado Vrieswijk)

In the women’s division it was Maaike Huvermann, who made the final very exciting. In the last seconds of the winners final Maaike landed her first Chacho and won the heat by 1.5 points against Sarah-Quita Offringa. In the all deciding super final Sarah-Quita kept cool, stepped up the game and won with 140.7 points against Maaike, who collected 124.9 points on her score sheet. 

“Cheers first of all to everyone, and thanks to everyone on the beach, we can hear you cheering on the water and that really motivates us! This was the first time in 11 years that I’ve lost a heat, and I’ve been thinking about that this week – about how I would react… I didn’t want to be a sore loser and actually, I felt a sense of excitement after the heat with Maaike! Congrats to Maaike – she sailed an amazing heat! Thanks to everyone from the PWA for an amazing week!” (Sarah-Quita Offringa)

The final day of the 2019 FORSA Bonaire PWA World Cup was billed as Super Saturday and in the end it didn’t disappoint with a mix of emotion and drama making for a fitting finale.

Check out the videos from the men’s and women’s super finals.

Super Final Amado Vrieswijk vs Youp Schmit

Womens Super Final Sarah-Quita Offringa vs Maaike Huvermann

Result – PWA World Cup Bonaire 2019

MEN

1. Amado Vrieswijk
2. Youp Schmit
3. Julien Mas
4. Yentel Caers
5. Giovanni Passani
6. Antony Ruenes
7. Adrien Bosson
7. Davy Scheffers
9. Julian Wiemar
9. Sam Esteve
9. Steven van Broeckhoven
9. Taty Frnas
13. Nic Hibdige
13. Dieter van der Eyken
13. Gollito Estredo
17. Jacopo Testa
17. Francesco Cappuzzo
17. Loick Spicher
17. Max Rowe
17. Mattia Fabrizi
17. Antoine Albert
17. Jamie Howard
17. Riccardo Marca
25. Adam Sims
25. Tonky Frans
25. Kiri Thode
25. Balz Müller
25. Aron Etmon
25. Corto Dumond
25. Takuma Sugi
25. Lennart Neubauer

WOMEN

Sarah-Quita Offringa
2. Maaike Huvermann
3. Oda Johanne
4. Arrianne Aukes
5. Jazzy Zwerus
6. Francesca Floris
7. Julia Pakosz
7. Eva Wyss
9. Johanna Rümenapp
9. Angela Koch

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Bjoern

Thank you for the videos!

Is everyone sailing 5.2 and 100 litre or is there any variation?

chris

Hi Bjoern, Amado was on a 5.2m and a 101l board. Youp was using a 5.2m and a 92l board.