Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Monday, July 26, 1999

Kaimiloa wins
Asahi Super Cup

Dave Nottage's J-44 Kaimiloa topped defending champion Skip Winterbottom's Desperado to win the PH-1 division title in the third annual Asahi Super Cup Regatta, yesterday off Waikiki.

Usual Suspects, owned by Art Musso, won the PH-2 division, while Kenneth Kaan's Spine Care won the J-24 class.

Usual Suspects, a Melges 24, and Spine Care won all five of their respective division's races.

Williams finishes fourth

Hawaii's Ross Williams took fourth place in the ShockWave U.S. Open of Surfing yesterday at Huntington Beach, Calif.

Shea Lopez won the championship heat with 23.35 points to beat fellow Californian Rob Machado's 18.00 points.

Brazilian Neco Padaratz finished third with 14.55 points and secured the lone wildcard for next week's Gotcha Pro, a World Tour event. Williams had 8.5 points.

South African Travis Logie won the Billabong Junior with 17.25 points, followed by Hawaii's Fred Patacchia (16.15 points).

See line scores and results in
the [Scoreboard] section.

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