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2015 Stand Up World Series : Kai Lenny take the Overall victory at the Victoria Cup Hayama Pro in Japan

dimanche 6 septembre 2015Redaction SSS [Source RP]

In a dramatic Final heat here at stop #2 of the 2015 Stand Up World Series, Kai Lenny (Naish) digs deep and resets himself mid way through to find a window of opportunity while rounding the final buoy to take the win in the sprint racing component of the Victoria Cup Hayama Pro. Once round the buoy, he accelerated to move into second past the World Rankings leader Connor Baxter (Starboard), then past Casper to move into first and take victory on this final day of action.

A win in today’s sprints, combined with his second place finish yesterday secured the 2x World Champion the coveted Overall Event Title at the Victoria Cup Hayama Pro in Japan, the second stop on the 2015 Stand Up World Series.

Kai’s win today moves him into the Top spot alongside Connor Baxter, with a win a piece at the mid way point of the 2015 season. This means that the Title Race is intensifying massively going into the next stop at Surf Surf #Surf City USA later this month.

Candice Appleby continues her dominance on Day 2 of the Victoria Cup Hayama Pro Japan, to take victory in the sprints & the Overall

Candice Appleby (Infinity) continues her dominant roll on this year’s Stand up World Series notching up another win in today’s Sprint Racing, which combined with her win in the long distance yesterday secures her the Overall Event win at the 2015 Victoria Cup Hayama Pro Japan. Candice approached each of her heats methodically, taking the lead early and maintaining it through the finish to take the sprint racing win ahead of a stiff field of competition.

Coming into the next event in Surf Surf #Surf City USA later this month Candice is looking in a solid position with just one more win required for her to secure the World Title in 2015. However, it will not be an easy road, as the World’s best will be on hand and all vying to take down the yellow jersey at the next dramatic stop on the 2015 Stand Up World Championship Series.

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