News | 8 dicembre 2006

Il titolo per la nuova campionessa del mondo si decidera’ ad honolua bay

In contemporanea con la finale ASP WCT Men 2006, che si svolgerà sulla North Shore di Oahu, avrà luogo anche la finale del campionato femminile, la cui location è invece sull’isola di Maui nello spot di Honolua Bay.
Stesso waiting period per la finale femminile, che si preannuncia di propozioni epiche ed inizierà presumibilmente il primo giorno utile, in quanto la mareggiata è già al suo meglio.
La sei volte campionessa Laybe Beachley, l’attuale detentrice del titolo Chelsea Georgeson e la vincitrice dei primi tre eventi del 2006 Melanie Redman-Carr si contenderanno il prestigioso trofeo mondiale femminile.

World Title Possibilities at the Billabong Pro Maui are as follows:
Layne Beachley
• Layne can win on 17th, 9th or 5th only if Mel doesn’t make the semis and Chelsea doesn’t make the final.
• She can win with a 3rd place only if Mel doesn’t make the final and Chelsea doesn’t win the event.
• She can win with a 2nd place only if Mel doesn’t win the event (1st place). Chelsea is out of contention.
• She can win with a 1st place regardless of Mel or Chelsea’s results.

Melanie Redman-Carr
• Melanie MUST make the semi-finals to be in contention
• She can win with a 3rd place only if Layne doesn’t make the semis and Chelsea doesn’t make the final.
• She can win with a 2nd place only if Layne and Chelsea neither win the event.
• She can win with a 1st place regardless of Layne or Chelsea’s results.

Chelsea Georgeson
• Chelsea MUST make the finals to be in contention.
• She can win on a 2nd place only if Layne doesn’t make the semis and Mel doesn’t win the event.
• She can win on a 1st place only if Layne doesn’t make the final as Layne would beat her with a 2nd place.

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