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Final day highlights | GWA Wingfoil World Cup Cape Verde 2023

The US’s Moona Whyte seized victory at the first GWA Wingfoil World Cup dedicated to pure surfing, staged on the world-renowned Ponta Preta break on Cape Verde’s Sal island. It was the American’s second win in Ponte Preta waves in three days, after she won the GKA Kite-Surf World Cup. “It’s amazing. I’m really happy,” said Hawaii-based Whyte. “That’s two from two. The kite and now the wing. I couldn’t be happier. It was pretty cool to have the event here in this world-class wave. The waves are powerful and steep. I’m glad we ran it here, because some of the girls were a bit timid about going out in these waves, but we were able to do it and it was fun.” Cape Verdean Wesley Brito saw off tough challenges to secure the win in front of adoring fans. He netted the day’s best wave score and highest heat total on his path to the overall win in epic waves.

GWA Wingfoil World Cup Cape Verde 2023

Men’s Results

1 Wesley Brito (CPV)
2 Benoît Carpentier (FRA)
3 Zane Schweitzer (USA)
4 Hugo Marin (FRA)

Women’s Results

1 Moona Whyte (USA)
2 Nia Suardiaz (ESP)
3 Bowien van der Linden (NED)
4 Elena Moreno (ESP)

Read all about the wave finals in Cape Verde here: https://www.wingfoilworldtour.com/moo…

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