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  • Windsurf, the No.1 windsurfing magazine is Now available on Magzter

    Windsurfing News
    29 Sep 2014 | 5:35 pm
    Windsurf magazine published by Arcwind Ltd, UK, now joins the world's largest and fastest growing global, digital multi-platform newsstand and magazine store, Magzter, as the latest addition to its Sports section. Founded in 1980, Windsurf Magazine is packed with amazing photos, interviews with the biggest names in windsurfing, technique tips, product tests and trips to the coolest spots.
  • Janis Preiss wins the 2014 Formula Windsurfing European Cup

    Windsurfing News
    30 Sep 2014 | 2:43 am
    Janis Preiss has won the 2014 Formula Windsurfing European Cup, after a marathon of eleven events held in the Old Continent. The 2014 European Cup series concluded in Loutsa Bay, near Athens, in Greece, where the Latvian master once again showed why he is the best Formula windsurfer in Europe. "Aeolus," Ancient Greek God and ruler of the winds, decided to test all sailors to the limits of skill and endurance by delivering ten races in 20-30 knots.
  • Reunited with first love after meeting on holiday 27 YEARS ago

    Windsurfing News
    29 Sep 2014 | 3:46 pm
    … phone, but my friend warned holiday romances never last. True to … months talking like that and visiting each other for ­weekends when … we lost touch, because the windsurfing was renowned around there. Karl …
  • Inventive Tips On How To Set Up And Manage A Profitable Whale Tour Business

    Windsurfing & Watersports Blog
    Joe Mosh
    23 Sep 2014 | 7:50 am
    Your whale watching tour boat business won’t grow on its own. You need to plant the seeds of success with smart investments and hard work. Don’t fall victim to complacency. Take a look at these guidelines and start to nurture your own success today. Use original, creative content to maximize search engine rankings and grow your tour boat company. Much content is copied and pasted in today’s society; though, Google has caught on and has changed algorithms to reward sites who post original, relevant and creative content. Cleanliness is a basic element of running a whale…
  • K Road Wave Playground

    The Peconic Puffin Windsurfing Blog
    Michael
    29 Sep 2014 | 5:32 am
    There was a crowd on the water. Frank, Joe, Christian, Jeff, Jonathan, Nicholas, the Wolf, Scott (yaking) and many more, chasing the copious lefts. Thigh-to-waist high, sunny warm and beautiful, every Sunday should be this way. A highlight for me...
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  • Windsurf, the No.1 windsurfing magazine is Now available on Magzter

    29 Sep 2014 | 5:35 pm
    Windsurf magazine published by Arcwind Ltd, UK, now joins the world's largest and fastest growing global, digital multi-platform newsstand and magazine store, Magzter, as the latest addition to its Sports section. Founded in 1980, Windsurf Magazine is packed with amazing photos, interviews with the biggest names in windsurfing, technique tips, product tests and trips to the coolest spots.
  • VTB Bank (Armenia) supports Yerevan sailing club

    27 Sep 2014 | 7:45 am
    YEREVAN, September 27. / ARKA /. VTB Bank said today it will help organize the transportation of children, going in for windsurfing from Yerevan to the Lake of Sevan in summer months and to the resort town of Tsakhkadzor in winter.
  • Girl Guides take to the water at Grimwith Reservoir

    25 Sep 2014 | 3:29 am
    SEVENTEEN Girl Guides took to the water at the Yorkshire Dales Sailing Club at Grimwith Reservoir on Saturday to learn the basics of sailing Laser Picos and windsurfers. Most had never experienced windsurfing or sailing dinghies before and yet within a couple of hours they were making great progress under the excellent tuition of the instructors.
  • TRIUMPHANT: West Kirby Warriors celebrate their championship success

    24 Sep 2014 | 12:14 pm
    WEST Kirby Warriors have been crowned Team15 champions for a second consecutive year after taking part in a national windsurfing championships. The reigning champions topped their T15 Inter-Club Series to secure their berth in the national final and continued their fine form across the four windsurfing classes during the competition at Rutland Sailing Club.
  • Kevin Pritchard wins the 2014 AWT Hatteras Wave Jam

    24 Sep 2014 | 4:21 am
    The 2014 American Windsurfing Tour is moving rapidly towards the end of the season. The last event will be held in Maui, Hawaii, and three riders - Levi Siver, Kevin Pritchard and Morgan Noireaux - can claim the overall title.
 
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  • Janis Preiss wins the 2014 Formula Windsurfing European Cup

    30 Sep 2014 | 2:43 am
    Janis Preiss has won the 2014 Formula Windsurfing European Cup, after a marathon of eleven events held in the Old Continent. The 2014 European Cup series concluded in Loutsa Bay, near Athens, in Greece, where the Latvian master once again showed why he is the best Formula windsurfer in Europe. "Aeolus," Ancient Greek God and ruler of the winds, decided to test all sailors to the limits of skill and endurance by delivering ten races in 20-30 knots.
  • How to jibe in high winds

    26 Sep 2014 | 7:06 am
    Controlling a windsurf board and sail in high wind conditions can be extremely difficult. Bearing away is not a problem if you take an upwind line, in order to reduce speed and help sheeting the rig in. Jibing/gybing has its secrets but in extraordinary high winds and choppy waters, details play a decisive role, and only the survival jibe technique will get you sailing away. Control, commitment and timing; that's all you need. When the wind is blowing hard, and you're heading into the wind, you must start carving your windsurf board earlier before jibing. If you blast along and try to carve…
  • Laurence Carey prevails at the 2014 Elements Spring Racing

    25 Sep 2014 | 4:13 am
    Laurence Carey has triumphed in the 2014 Elements Spring Racing, at Fergusson Park, Tauranga, in New Zealand. The Kiwi windsurfing event is designed to attract podium-chasing racers, but also all those weekend warriors, and recreational funboarders. Riders from as far afield as Wellington and Warkworth attended the competition. After a little buoy maneuvering, racing got underway with some fast, clean starts in all fleets. The lumpy conditions at the marks challenged even the most seasoned campaigner, and mid-race tuning of the course was required as significant wind shifts impacted a couple…
  • The windsurfing fin for shallow waters

    24 Sep 2014 | 10:22 am
    Black Project Fins has developed FreeDelta Re, a free ride windsurfing fin specifically designed for shallow waters and weedy lagoons. When Rene Egli contacted Black Project Fins, the company owned by Chris Freeman, he was looking for a very specific windsurfing fin that would work in a very shallow lagoon. In this type of conditions, a traditional fin has serious limitations, so Chris and his team knew they had to invent something short, about half the length of a regular fin. Impossible? Maybe not.
  • Kevin Pritchard wins the 2014 AWT Hatteras Wave Jam

    24 Sep 2014 | 1:15 am
    Kevin Pritchard has conquered the 2014 AWT Starboard Hatteras Wave Jam, in the Outer Banks, North Carolina. The 2014 American Windsurfing Tour is moving rapidly towards the end of the season. The last event will be held in Maui, Hawaii, and three riders - Levi Siver, Kevin Pritchard and Morgan Noireaux - can claim the overall title. In the last day of competition at Cape Hatteras, the Pro fleet was sent to a backup site where strong winds had kicked up a really good wind swell just up the coast near the lighthouse.
 
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  • Inventive Tips On How To Set Up And Manage A Profitable Whale Tour Business

    Joe Mosh
    23 Sep 2014 | 7:50 am
    Your whale watching tour boat business won’t grow on its own. You need to plant the seeds of success with smart investments and hard work. Don’t fall victim to complacency. Take a look at these guidelines and start to nurture your own success today. Use original, creative content to maximize search engine rankings and grow your tour boat company. Much content is copied and pasted in today’s society; though, Google has caught on and has changed algorithms to reward sites who post original, relevant and creative content. Cleanliness is a basic element of running a whale…
  • Defeating Your Whale Tour Business Competition Is Super Facile!

    Lou Thompson
    21 Sep 2014 | 2:56 am
    If you want to have a dynamic whale watching tour boat business, it is important that you have a clear vision and specific goals. Having both long-term and short-term plans for your tour boat company will make a huge difference in the way you operate. Check out the following strategies for creating a business plan that will help your company thrive. Make your enterprise the kind that values hard work and responds by giving rewards and incentives to help all members of the team keep working at their goals. For this the whale watching tour boat business owner can play a very important role by…
  • Productive Tour Company Marketing Ideas To Help You Expand

    Sue Smith
    18 Sep 2014 | 1:35 pm
    Want to survive in the market that is rife with competition? Then go whole hog and build your relevance by creating products or services that matter to the consumer. If you can home on to what the market desires you’ll sustain your whale watching tour boat business longer. Read this information to know how to go about doing this correctly. You will incur costs for running your production unit. Apart from absorbing this and ensuring that the production matches up to the expenditure for running such a unit, one can work on cutting costs where it’s possible. Keep an eye on appliances…
  • How To Select A Competent Orange County Boat Repair Service

    Janelle Burnett
    11 Sep 2014 | 3:13 pm
    Stalling in the sea or lake is not something to smile about as it could lead to your death especially if you do not know how to swim. If you are looking for a good Orange County boat repair expert, you should be ready to conduct research. This will ensure that all the issues you are facing are addressed amicably to ensure that results is obtained. Making sure that your boat is working well is essential as this would guarantee that you go about your duties comfortably. After some time it would undergo the normal tear and wear and you should ensure that you repair it properly. The condition of…
  • The Cable Wake Park Is Definitely The Newest And Hottest Thing In Wakeboarding Found In Europe

    Emery W. Sherdon
    10 Sep 2014 | 3:24 pm
    A cable park is actually a wake park with a difference. It’s where you can get the opportunity to cable ski. Cable skiing is similar to wake-boarding in the sense that you are being drawn simply by a cable, although not by boat! You are instead towed via a ski lift making for a thrilling sport! So how exactly does a cable park function? There are over A hundred and forty cable parks around the world, ours offers probably the greatest experiences around. Suspended above a lake through a number of poles or pylons, a cable is definitely extended around the perimeter of the lake, usually in…
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    The Peconic Puffin Windsurfing Blog

  • K Road Wave Playground

    Michael
    29 Sep 2014 | 5:32 am
    There was a crowd on the water. Frank, Joe, Christian, Jeff, Jonathan, Nicholas, the Wolf, Scott (yaking) and many more, chasing the copious lefts. Thigh-to-waist high, sunny warm and beautiful, every Sunday should be this way. A highlight for me...
  • They're back! (Stumps at the Bowl)

    Michael
    24 Sep 2014 | 11:53 am
    Chimply Lord Scotworth just filed this. You know he's got the Bowl on the brain! Will it be windly there tomorrow? Some think so...stay tuned...
  • Meditations on What is Learned at ABK Clinics

    Michael
    22 Sep 2014 | 8:34 am
    I wasn't able to attend the ABK clinic at Tiana last weekend (various personal obligations) but I stopped by Friday morning to say Hi and to sail the eastern breeze. Just being near the clinic pushed me to think about...
  • Hail Caesar (at the coming ABK clinic...)

    Michael
    14 Sep 2014 | 7:38 am
    Attention freestylee sailors and admirers: Word is that Caesar mighty Caesar will be on the water (and at the simulator) at next week's ABK clinic at Tiana. For anyone aspiring to learn flowstyle (or mad freestyle): FYI! And regardless...if you're...
  • Carnage At The Bowl

    Michael
    10 Sep 2014 | 11:04 am
    (filed by our special correspondent Chimply Lord Scotworth:) Got the call early to go to Ditch,supposedly it was epic so jamming out there some guy in a box truck in front of me turns his left blinker on so I...
 
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    Windsurfing New Zealand

  • Windsurfing NZ news Sept/Oct 2014

    admin
    30 Sep 2014 | 2:59 am
    Make sure you are up to date with windsurfing in NZ. Upcoming events, travel stories, new gear, second hand ... Windsurfing Z News sept/Oct 2014
  • Southern Lakes Wind Riders Club AGM

    admin
    29 Sep 2014 | 1:36 am
    Wed 8 Oct 2014 Brazz, Queenstown I hope those of you that got out on the water last Saturday enjoyed the first session of the season at Jardines it certainly looked epic form this side of town. Remember to sign up to the club to maintain that access to Jardines see the attached membership form to complete. We will be holding the club AGM at Brazz next Wednesday 8th October at 7.30pm I hope you can all make it if you could please RSVP so we have an idea on numbers. read more
  • Help us shape the future of Whitireia Park

    admin
    29 Sep 2014 | 1:15 am
    Over the next couple of months we are asking for comments that will help us to develop a new management plan for Whitireia Park. Located in the Porirua Basin, Whitireia Park is a prominent headland with amazing views for those who walk, bike, rock climb, play golf take a picnic, swim at the Park or even live nearby. It is similar to other regional parks in that it is much larger than city parks and offers adventure in an unmanicured environment. It's home to some unique plants and there are a number of restoration efforts underway. Not to mention, it has a long Maori history dating back to…
  • Laurence's Windsurfing Development Clinic 2

    admin
    28 Sep 2014 | 2:51 am
    Fri 12 Dec 2014Sun 14 Dec 2014 Auckland The camp is aimed at Youth between 12-22 years old. Anyone who can sail a board upwind is welcome. The coaching will be diverse and will improve all round windsurfing. We will be concentrating on race tactics as well as rig and board control which will also branch into some freestyle and wave techniques. read more
  • 2014 Elements Spring Racing - a windsurfing success

    admin
    24 Sep 2014 | 8:22 pm
    Those that attended this season starter were not disappointed - once again it delivered conditions that we are assured are not typical, with winds varying from one extreme to the other to provide opportunities for all 'wind persuasions' to excel at some stage or other. It was great to see an increased number of young sailors. Big thanks to the sponsors and those that made the event possible. The Auckland and Wellington events have a high bar to aspire to now. An excellent write up of the event is available on the BOP Windsurfers site. More... read more
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    Canadian Windsurfing Events and News with Experience

  • 2014 Youth Bursary Recipient

    Secretary
    18 Sep 2014 | 4:07 pm
    Congratulations to this year’s recipient, Fannie de Alcala. More to come in our next newsletter about Fannie’s experience at the ISAF Youth World in Portugal during summer. Félicitations Fannie!
  • 2014 Youth Bursary

    Secretary
    28 Jul 2014 | 7:48 am
    The CMWA will offer a $500 bursary again this year. Submit your application before August 19 using the following form. English PDF – CMWA – youth bursary 2014 Word – CMWA – youth bursary 2014 French PDF – CMWA – youth bursary 2014 French Word – CMWA – youth bursary 2014 French
  • 2014 CMWA Championships

    Secretary
    3 Jan 2014 | 4:50 pm
    The 2014 championship will be held once again at the Toronto Windsurfing Club, August 1st to 4th. Michael Keltz has volunteered to organize it this year. More information will be communicated as the date approaches.
  • 2013 Youth Bursary

    Secretary
    27 Aug 2013 | 7:20 am
    Congratulations to this year’s recipient, Gabriel Verrier-Paquette of Montreal. Gabriel switched to windsurfing in 2010 and has improved significantly in the field of men at all competitions he has attended over the past 3 years. He is a wonderful ambassador of the sport at events and in his home Province of Quebec. The CMWA was […]
  • Youth News

    Secretary
    14 Nov 2012 | 3:58 pm
    In effort to stimulate youth windsurfing, the CMWA initiated a $500.00 bursary program. Congratulations to Olivia Mew from Toronto, who was this year’s successful applicant, and who has used the money to participate in the RS:X World Youth Championships in Taiwan. You will be able to read Olivia’s report on her trip and racing in […]
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    USA 4 Windsurfing Campaign

  • 1 week and the tale of 2 beer can races

    22 Sep 2014 | 2:13 pm
    My Thursday and Friday night beer can races on the SF city front could not be more different.This is my 14th year of doing the Friday night windsurfing series and only the 1st one of the Thursday night kite board series.In one, I'm able to finish in the top 2 consistently in every bi-weekly race;In the other- I'm still not able to get around the course within the time limit!Its a tough year to join the kite racing fleet racing as most have switched to the foil class, who now set the time limit about 30% faster than what it was just a year ago. While it might have been better just to have…
  • changing gears

    31 Jul 2014 | 1:59 pm
    Im spoiled, I'll be the 1st to admit it.I live and sail in one of the most consistently windy spots on the west coast.San Francisco is blessed with a sea breeze almost every afternoon from march through October from 15-25 knots funneling though the golden gate.But when it gets light, I sometimes forget even how to sail.I had one of those weekends where nothing went my way.For Saturday's long distance SF Classic- I simply choose the wrong gear.I was set up for the light breeze with a formula board and 10.0 + 70cm finI should have known.10 minutes into the hour+ race I was stupidly…
  • 25 years on the SF Bay Challenge

    20 Jun 2014 | 2:54 pm
    It all started back in the mid 80's with Berkeley Windsurfing organizing a race from the rocks in from His Lordships restaurant- at the base of the Berkeley marina up to Anita Rock, on the San Francisco city front AND BACK! To remind you, windsurfing had just exploded internationally and California was the birthplace and one of the epicenters, hosting events like the windsurfers world championships in 1983, The O'Neill Classic and the Stroh's Pro-Am slalom tour- all drawing hundreds of competitors in what was the biggest largest one design sailing class of its time! At the time,…
  • Ronstan challenge.

    14 Jun 2014 | 11:55 pm
    Omfg what a race!13-16k at the start & 25-30k at the finish just over an hour later and 20+ miles in the GPS. It was indeed a challenge to hang onto the same gear the entire race. My 10.0 was a bit too much as I was doing everything to depower most of the raceI sailed the top of the course and had a good idea of my plan for the race. Immediately gybe after the top mark and get into the flood for the long haul downwind. The mixed fleet of foiling kites, kite course boards & formula boards started on starboard & immediately out of the gates the foiling boards were off like…
  • Finding 5th gear...

    14 Jun 2014 | 3:18 pm
    As if the previous 30 mile+ day of overpowered racing wasn't enough- the RC decided to do 3 marathon races across the San Francisco Bay for the 2nd day of the Ronstan Challenge.The course was a start near the St. FYC to a quick upwind mark near the Presidio shoal- across the Bay to a boat stationed at yellow bluff, straight downwind to Harding Rock- then across the bay again to a buoy at Ft. Mason and finally another quick upwind leg to the finish.Since there was a lot of reaching and the wind was supposed to come up quickly- I went for the smaller ml89 formula board and 60cm kashy fin with…
 
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  • 2014 Austrian Nationals in Podersdorf, Lake Neusiedl

    chris
    24 Sep 2014 | 4:47 am
    Jibing at Podersdorf (Pic: by Kerstin Reiger) Last weekend the Stylehunters event took place at Podersdorf, Lake Neusiedl. I felt great and was ready to race in the planned long distance, the 3rd stop of the Austrian Pannonia Cup. Unfortunately the wind did not show up in time. Just when the organisation called the event off, a very nice 7 to 15 knots strong south westerly breeze kicked in the bay and allowed us to have a fun session. That’s a rare wind, which makes a lot of crazy chop. Would have been fun to race out there. These conditions need good working light wind gear and a lot…
  • Beautiful Bol in Croatia 2014

    chris
    9 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
    Travelling to Croatia always pays off. Great food, relaxed life style and super friendly people. This time my good friends Toni and Oki from the Zoo Station organized together with the IFCA the 2014 European Slalom Championships on the island of Brac. The event overlapped with the PWA event in Alacati, butI definitely wanted to participate at the Zoo Station. I have been knowing Toni and Oki for 12 years, participated in the good old times in freestyle competitions, did several trips to Brac together with Kerstin, Michi Schweiger or Tine Slabe and had good fights on the Slalom course at the…
  • Canary Islands 2014

    chris
    24 Aug 2014 | 3:39 pm
    Spending time on the Canaries means always fun. It’s always warm there, you always meet a lot of friends and great windsurfing action is guaranteed. We travelled to Gran Canaria first, where we spent a great week at the Gran Canaria Wind and Waves festival 2014. The wind was fine, the waves ok. We saw an exciting wave event at Pozo and spent a great time at Meloneras, where we stayed at the  H10 Playa Meloneras Palace hotel this time. It was a real palace in the low wind zone, next to the beach. We travelled from Gran Canaria to Fuerteventura, where we spent  awesome 18 days at…
  • Costa Brava Trip 2014

    chris
    24 Aug 2014 | 2:55 pm
    This year we decided to drive all the way down to Costa Brava, where the first PWA Worldcup of the season took place. The first two events on the calendar, the event in El Yaque and South Korea, got cancelled. Costa Brava was event number one in 2014. The wind was quite nice this year. I had a few good warm up days as we arrived 3 days prior to the event. It was great to windsurf with the top guys. The spot itself i s a fun place. We had our camper parked next to the beach on the Camping Ballena Allegre. You don’t miss any wind there as you can have all the gear prepared in the shade.
  • Life is good on the Azores

    chris
    8 May 2014 | 4:16 pm
    Just arrived on Terceira, Azores a few day ago and felt well from the beginning on. We stay a really relaxed hotel with a beautiful on the sunrise and the spot. It’s a spot located in a big harbour, which got built a few years ago and destroyed the natural beaches, but gives the village of Praia da Vitoria and the whole island, to grow economically. Praia de Vitoria is a little village with an historic part and a few modern houses. It’ s the home of Nuno Bettencourt, who published the famous song “More than words” back in 1990. At the moment I am here at Praia da…
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  • 2014 Austrian Nationals in Podersdorf, Lake Neusiedl

    chris
    24 Sep 2014 | 4:47 am
    Jibing at Podersdorf (Pic: by Kerstin Reiger) Last weekend the Stylehunters event took place at Podersdorf, Lake Neusiedl. I felt great and was ready to race in the planned long distance, the 3rd stop of the Austrian Pannonia Cup. Unfortunately the wind did not show up in time. Just when the organisation called the event off, a very nice 7 to 15 knots strong south westerly breeze kicked in the bay and allowed us to have a fun session. That’s a rare wind, which makes a lot of crazy chop. Would have been fun to race out there. These conditions need good working light wind gear and a lot…
  • Beautiful Bol in Croatia 2014

    chris
    9 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
    Travelling to Croatia always pays off. Great food, relaxed life style and super friendly people. This time my good friends Toni and Oki from the Zoo Station organized together with the IFCA the 2014 European Slalom Championships on the island of Brac. The event overlapped with the PWA event in Alacati, butI definitely wanted to participate at the Zoo Station. I have been knowing Toni and Oki for 12 years, participated in the good old times in freestyle competitions, did several trips to Brac together with Kerstin, Michi Schweiger or Tine Slabe and had good fights on the Slalom course at the…
  • Canary Islands 2014

    chris
    24 Aug 2014 | 3:39 pm
    Spending time on the Canaries means always fun. It’s always warm there, you always meet a lot of friends and great windsurfing action is guaranteed. We travelled to Gran Canaria first, where we spent a great week at the Gran Canaria Wind and Waves festival 2014. The wind was fine, the waves ok. We saw an exciting wave event at Pozo and spent a great time at Meloneras, where we stayed at the  H10 Playa Meloneras Palace hotel this time. It was a real palace in the low wind zone, next to the beach. We travelled from Gran Canaria to Fuerteventura, where we spent  awesome 18 days at…
  • Costa Brava Trip 2014

    chris
    24 Aug 2014 | 2:55 pm
    This year we decided to drive all the way down to Costa Brava, where the first PWA Worldcup of the season took place. The first two events on the calendar, the event in El Yaque and South Korea, got cancelled. Costa Brava was event number one in 2014. The wind was quite nice this year. I had a few good warm up days as we arrived 3 days prior to the event. It was great to windsurf with the top guys. The spot itself i s a fun place. We had our camper parked next to the beach on the Camping Ballena Allegre. You don’t miss any wind there as you can have all the gear prepared in the shade.
  • Life is good on the Azores

    chris
    8 May 2014 | 4:16 pm
    Just arrived on Terceira, Azores a few day ago and felt well from the beginning on. We stay a really relaxed hotel with a beautiful on the sunrise and the spot. It’s a spot located in a big harbour, which got built a few years ago and destroyed the natural beaches, but gives the village of Praia da Vitoria and the whole island, to grow economically. Praia de Vitoria is a little village with an historic part and a few modern houses. It’ s the home of Nuno Bettencourt, who published the famous song “More than words” back in 1990. At the moment I am here at Praia da…
 
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  • Try Brand New Gear – Rhosneigr Friday 3rd October

    Amy Carter - Editor
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:55 am
    At last, the wind is coming and there’s a brilliant forecast for Friday at Rhosneigr, North Wales! Robin Hood Watersports will be taking some demo kit up to Rhosneigr on Friday for anyone and everyone to try out, so if there is anything in particular you would like to try just give the guys a call […] The post Try Brand New Gear – Rhosneigr Friday 3rd October appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • Video – Amazing 11 Year Old Ripping

    Amy Carter - Editor
    30 Sep 2014 | 5:45 am
    Titouan Flechet is 11 years old and absolutely ripping. Check out this video of him wave riding and jumping in Moulay this summer, putting most of the adults to shame! The post Video – Amazing 11 Year Old Ripping appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • Adam Sims Is The Captain

    Amy Carter - Editor
    30 Sep 2014 | 4:03 am
    One of the UK’s top freestyle windsurfers, Adam Sims, presents this latest shredit, full of his usual high speed, high skill moves… The post Adam Sims Is The Captain appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • Video – Marc Pare – Born in 1998

    Amy Carter - Editor
    29 Sep 2014 | 9:09 am
    Marc Pare (age 16) is one of the new young riders to really watch. Marc has already won the two junior competitions at PWA Pozo and Tenerife, and it’s easy to see why in this video. Now taking on the PWA trials we are sure he will be scoring some top results in the main […] The post Video – Marc Pare – Born in 1998 appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • Horrocks and Hancock Scoring Scotland

    Amy Carter - Editor
    29 Sep 2014 | 7:29 am
    Every time we go on social media recently we’ve seen another photo of the UK Gasstra/Tabou/Vandal team of Phil Horrocks and Jamie Hancock enjoying some epic conditions on the Isle of Lewis. Now Steve Thorp, Richard Potter and Geoff Hautmann have joined in on the action too. It seems everyone who can skive off work […] The post Horrocks and Hancock Scoring Scotland appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
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