#PPG2017 Pro Women Technical Gallery

  • You don’t win the Pacific Paddle Games presented by Salt Life two years in a row by accident, Candice Appleby’s experience pays off with an early holeshot. Photo: Lorenzo Menendez

  • The ladies hammering off into the horizon. Photo: JP Van Swae

  • Candice Appleby was in great form for a victory in the first semi-final. Photo: Aaron Black-Schmidt

  • Annabel Anderson, the arch-rival of Appleby, finds herself in a familiar position: the lead. Photo: JP Van Swae

  • Behind Anderson, the traffic was thick as the ladies jockeyed for position. Photo: JP Van Swae

  • One of the sport’s rising stars, Lexi Alston, proved that it won’t be long until she’s fighting for the top step of the podium. Photo: Lorenzo Menendez

  • East coast powerhouse April Zilg turned in a strong performance with a sixth-place result in the Women’s Pro Technical Final. Photo: JP Van Swae

  • Fiona Wylde was working hard to hold off a hungry pack of paddlers giving chase. Photo: JP Van Swae

  • Whether for first or last, the ladies were fierce competitors on the water. Photo: Lorenzo Menendez

  • And then went right back to being friends on the beach. Photo: Lorenzo Menendez

  • Shae Foudy gets a high-five from her new team manager and shaper for Infinity, Dave Boehne. Photo: Lorenzo Menendez

  • Seychelle Hattingh (near) and Candice Appleby (far) duked it out for much of the afternoon. Hattingh would prevail with a fourth place effort in the Final while Appleby settled for eighth. Photo: Aaron Black-Schmidt

  • Terrene Black and Seychelle Hattingh embrace after a furious battle during the final. Seychelle wound up getting the spot by a step….

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