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Tuesday, January 04, 2005

London Boat Show 2005 

7th to 16th January 2005 sees the 2005 Schroders London Boat Show . As last year, it will host a spectacular three-day Professional Windsurfing Association (PWA) competition from 14-16 January. Those that remember the amazing stunts and cheeky manoeuvres that wowed the 2004 crowds will be pleased to hear that the world's top windsurfers will once again be making the ExCeL centre their home for several days.

Wind circulation and sailing conditions for riders on the pool has been improved this year and the seating capacity of the stadium has been doubled in size to house 3,000 spectators.Tickets to the PWA events are on sale at £6 via the show website .

With the stakes upped and a prize fund of $100,000 the PWA event promises to be amazing. Top international competitors hoping to compete include UK's Nik Baker, Kauli Seadi and Ricardo Campello from Brazil, the Prichard brothers from the US, Douglas Diaz from Venezuela, and the top Spanish sisters Iballa and Daida Moreno.

You can view the action online via the watersports arena webcam.

New additions on the pool for 2005 include the first ever British Indoor Wakeboarding Championships which will run from Monday 10 to Wednesday 12 January and will attract the best of British wakeboarders. The pool is also staging the National Canoe Polo Championships where teams from around the country will be competing to be crowned UK champions.

Visitors wanting to get wet will be able to take to the water themselves with new public coaching sessions, learning top tips from windsurfing, sailing and canoeing experts.



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