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GKA Kite-Surf World Cup Cabo Verde - Overall

by Matt Pearce 3 Mar 2019 15:53 PST 3 March 2019
GKA Kite-Surf World Cup Cabo Verde, final day © Ydwer van der Heide

So, with yesterday's strapless freestyle Super Session and closing ceremony complete, that's it from the GKA Kite-Surf World Cup Cabo Verde.

The competitors and crew have been beyond privileged to experience Ponta Preta at its absolute best and nobody could have asked for a better start to the season.

Find the final event results below as well as the 2019 season rankings and media to share as well.

GKA Kite-Surf World Cup Cabo Verde Results

Men

    1: Mitu Monteiro - CV
    2: Airton Cozzolino - CV
    3: James Carew - AUS
    4: Matchu Lopes - ESP
Women
    1: Moona Whyte - USA
    2: Inês Correia - PL
    3: Johanna Catharina Edin SE
    4: Charlotte Carpentier FRA

Strapless Freestyle Super Session Results

Men

    1: Airton Cozzolino - CV
    2: Arsenio Dias - CV
    3: Tony Cili - ITA

Women

    1: Sabine Beukeleers - BEL
    2: Carla Herrera Oria - ESP
    3: Charlotte Carpentier - FRA
GKA Kite-Surf World Cup 2019 Overall Rankings

Men

    1: Mitu Monteiro - CV
    2: Airton Cozzolino - CV
    3: James Carew - AUS
    4: Matchu Lopes - ESP
    5: Francesco Cappuzzo - ITA

Women

    1: Moona Whyte - USA
    2: Inês Correia - PL
    3: Johanna Catharina Edin SE
    4: Charlotte Carpentier FRA
    5: Frances Kelly - CAN

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