Thanks for the updates.
I heard Guillaume made 88?
yes he did... and was second between Carlos and Peter Pedersen...
I saw him do a nice 8'10" (he was very sad about it but his girlfriend was happy with it...)
He also won the dynamic with a 175 m (?) ; second was Peter Pedersen with something like 169 m +/_... (I saw him doing his dynamic but the official distance is difficult to assess because of penalties due to emerging monofin...)
Peter Pedersen was 3rd in CWT behind Carlos and Guillaume with 75 m (?) ; he was the overall winner (CWT + STA + DYN) of the competition ; he officially declared that he now intended to put the stress on constant weight, which is a difficult discipline to practice in Denmark...
and above all he congratulated me on my extremely modest 65 m DNF
Will be exciting tomorrow, there's some pretty good dynamic and static athletes in there. I count 3 current or previous world record holders and a quite a few that have been close.
Your compatriot Johanna did something like 139 m in DYN, 40 (45 ?) m in CWT ; she is the overall female winner (CWT + STA + DYN) of the competition ;
The deepest women was Ruth Flores from Venezuela with 53 m (?) ; as far as I remember she also won the static (but I may be a little confused...) ; I remember seeing twice the Venezuelian flag on the podium...
The male winner of DNF is the French Claude Roland with 122 m...
The comp ended in a salsa bar on the Promenade des Anglais and I could have the great advantage of having private lessons of Venezuelian dancing given by Ruth Flores and Carlos's companera ; Yamina Enedahl Mekki is a professional salsa dancer and she intends to go to Paris to improve her salsa technique (which I do not quite understand I confess...)
We had excellent conditions for this comp (the weather and the sea for CWT and a nice swimming pool with warm water and a smooth bottom on Sunday...)
It was a very nice event...