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  • How to carry your rig in mast-to-wind position

    Windsurfing News
    18 Sep 2014 | 10:28 am
    After rigging your windsurfing sail , it's time to take it to the water, but in medium-to-strong wind conditions you should definitely master the art of sail transportation, otherwise someone can get hurt. Carrying your rig can be uncomfortable, especially if wind gusts try to blow your windsurfing sail away.
  • Nations secure windsurfing spots for Rio 2016

    Windsurfing News
    19 Sep 2014 | 1:48 am
    Nineteen male and 13 female windsurfers have secured spots in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, after the conclusion of the Santander 2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships, in Spain. In the Men's medal race, Thomas Goyard showed impressive speed, took the bullet and the bronze medal, an outstanding achievement for the young Frenchman. Julien Bontemps finished behind his compatriot and sealed his second RS:X world title. Przemyslaw Miarczynski kept the silver medal. Charline Picon, from France, tasted an early gold medal in the Women's RS:X, as leaderboards took shape in wonderful conditions in…
  • Coveted role for windsurfer Coveta

    Windsurfing News
    20 Sep 2014 | 1:35 am
    INCHEON, Korea – Windsurfer Geylord Coveta marched ahead of … an injured right hand. Coveta visited the Philippine delegation’s medical … RS: One World Championship of windsurfing in 2012 in Boracay. He …
  • Productive Tour Company Marketing Ideas To Help You Expand

    Windsurfing & Watersports Blog
    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…
  • Hail Caesar (at the coming ABK clinic...)

    The Peconic Puffin Windsurfing Blog
    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...
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  • How to carry your rig in mast-to-wind position

    18 Sep 2014 | 10:28 am
    After rigging your windsurfing sail , it's time to take it to the water, but in medium-to-strong wind conditions you should definitely master the art of sail transportation, otherwise someone can get hurt. Carrying your rig can be uncomfortable, especially if wind gusts try to blow your windsurfing sail away.
  • How to self-rescue in windsurfing

    16 Sep 2014 | 5:21 am
    When the windsurfing equipment fails far away from the shore, you must be able to return to firm land with what you've got. Learn how to self-rescue on a windsurfer.
  • Hamilton windsurfing ace Natalie McWilliams overcomes injury nightmare to take titles

    13 Sep 2014 | 3:52 am
    History repeated itself in a good way when Natalie McWilliams last month returned to the scene of a windsurfing accident. For the third time, the Hamilton 19-year-old retained her title of the first lady/girl and took first place in the RS:X mixed male/female class at the Under-25 Youth Championships at St Mary's Loch in the Scottish Borders on August 30-31.
  • Windsurfing: Dempsey fired up for world bid

    12 Sep 2014 | 11:40 pm
    REIGNING RS:X windsurfing world champion Nick Dempsey says he is 'fired up and ready' for his world title defence at the ISAF World Championships starting in Santander, Spain, today. Weymouth's Olympic silver and bronze medallist, pictured, ad-mits he is keen to make his mark in the men's event, at the championships, which run until Friday, September 19, after what he considers a sub-par season.
  • Sebastian Kordel sweeps the 2014 Formula Windsurfing European Championships

    9 Sep 2014 | 9:05 am
    Sebastian Kordel is the new 2014 Formula Windsurfing European champion. The 23-year-old sailor from Germany discarded a fifth place in the final race held in Viganj, Croatia.
 
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  • Nations secure windsurfing spots for Rio 2016

    19 Sep 2014 | 1:48 am
    Nineteen male and 13 female windsurfers have secured spots in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, after the conclusion of the Santander 2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships, in Spain. In the Men's medal race, Thomas Goyard showed impressive speed, took the bullet and the bronze medal, an outstanding achievement for the young Frenchman. Julien Bontemps finished behind his compatriot and sealed his second RS:X world title. Przemyslaw Miarczynski kept the silver medal. Charline Picon, from France, tasted an early gold medal in the Women's RS:X, as leaderboards took shape in wonderful conditions in…
  • How to carry your rig in mast-to-wind position

    18 Sep 2014 | 8:38 am
    After rigging your windsurfing sail, it's time to take it to the water, but in medium-to-strong wind conditions you should definitely master the art of sail transportation, otherwise someone can get hurt. Carrying your rig can be uncomfortable, especially if wind gusts try to blow your windsurfing sail away. Additionally, it will drain your energy before touching the water. So, whether getting ready to carry your rig, leaving it unattended on the beach or near the water's edge, you've got to be sure it is lying in the mast-to-wind position.
  • How to self-rescue in windsurfing

    16 Sep 2014 | 3:46 am
    When the windsurfing equipment fails far away from the shore, you must be able to return to firm land with what you've got. Learn how to self-rescue on a windsurfer. Fortunately, problems with windsurfing sails, masts, booms and boards are quite rare. But if something goes wrong, do you know how to get back to the beach? If you're close enough to the coastline, activate the International Distress Signal. Clench your fists and repeatedly raise and lower your arms at either side of your body, while kneeling or sitting on your board.
  • How to prevent windsurfing injuries

    11 Sep 2014 | 7:13 am
    Research has shown that the average risk of injury in windsurfing is between 1.2-1.5 injuries every year. It's time to get those numbers down. Windsurfers who compete in wave and slalom disciplines have the highest risk of injury (up to 2.0 injuries/person/year), whereas recreational sailors have an average of 1.2 injuries per year. Health promoter and windsurfer Henrik Beyer highlights physical fitness in preventing windsurfing injuries and calls for industry involvement.
  • Sebastian Kordel sweeps the 2014 Formula Windsurfing European Championships

    9 Sep 2014 | 8:14 am
    Sebastian Kordel is the new 2014 Formula Windsurfing European champion. The 23-year-old sailor from Germany discarded a fifth place in the final race held in Viganj, Croatia. Kordel was also crowned winner of the Open Croatian Championship, leaving Casper Bouman and Philip Korczycki in the remaining podium places. A total of 60 windsurfers raced in Vinganj, despite unstable weather conditions all week long. On the final day of competition, in sight of the majestic Queen Elizabeth that had just cruised into port, the flags fluttered into life and it was game on - a frenzy of activity with…
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  • Coveted role for windsurfer Coveta

    20 Sep 2014 | 1:35 am
    INCHEON, Korea – Windsurfer Geylord Coveta marched ahead of … an injured right hand. Coveta visited the Philippine delegation’s medical … RS: One World Championship of windsurfing in 2012 in Boracay. He …
  • Amsterdam hotel for the adventurous, not the shy

    19 Sep 2014 | 3:03 pm
    … swimmable lake and horseback riding, windsurfing and picnicking. Night life and … , as requested. BOTTOM LINE First-time visitors to Amsterdam might do better … — business, nearby events — or repeat visitors looking to drift off the …
  • Novotel Phuket Karon Beach Resort & Spa Opens on October 15, 2014

    19 Sep 2014 | 9:23 am
    Novotel Phuket Karon Beach Resort & Spa will celebrate its opening by offering a special "Stay 3, Pay 2" Promotion, includes complimentary breakfast in package. PHUKET, THAILAND, September 19, 2014 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Novotel Phuket Karon …
  • TRAVEL: With these bikes, easy really does it

    19 Sep 2014 | 3:21 am
    … that shuttle commuters and tourists around would pass by. … jostle with fleets of windsurfers. I loved the way … the government body responsible for travel in the city, announced … the holiday industry: several operators are now marketing ebike holidays …
  • Secret spots: 20 amazing travel destinations you've never heard of

    19 Sep 2014 | 12:33 am
    … travel writers find themselves way off the heavily trodden tourist trail. Traveller asked … is popular with kite and windsurfers, in particular. See mui-ne.anantara … called Maximon. Tourists are allowed to pay Maximon a visit, provided that …
 
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  • 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…
  • The Joy Of Boating In Southern California

    Bertha Wells
    9 Sep 2014 | 3:21 pm
    Anyone who loves to be on the water will enjoy boating in southern California. This area is one of the best in the world for climate, marinas and water sport opportunities. Summers are hot and sunny and even the winters are very mild along the coast. This provides the perfect conditions for year round sailing. Sailing enthusiasts can choose from miles of wonderful coast line and plenty of lakes. Lake sailing is a wonderful way to learn how to handle a boat. Many people spend their weekends at one of the many lakes. The waters are clean and perfect for swimming. Families can escape the summer…
  • How To Get The Best Orange County Boat Services

    Bertha Wells
    8 Sep 2014 | 3:59 pm
    All boat owners have a need for qualified technicians once in a while. This is because water crafts also develop problems just like all moving machines. When this happens, you should make sure you have a good dealer in mind to look up to for the best Orange County boat services. As an area with many boats, it is good to note that there are so many dealers within the port areas who do this job. It is upon you to choose the best. To keep water crafts in good running condition, you must make sure they get regular mechanical checks just like any other motorized vessels on land or air. If you do…
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    The Peconic Puffin Windsurfing Blog

  • 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...
  • More Mecoxing

    Michael
    7 Sep 2014 | 7:48 am
    I caught the best part...an hour powered 6.2 on my 99 liter Skate. Jibes, upwind 360's and even a couple backwinded jibes. Woo Ha! (ABK is coming soon...I am preparing.) Then it began to die as Sally arrived, followed by...
  • Swap Meet Coming Saturday 9/13

    Michael
    5 Sep 2014 | 7:34 am
    It is dat time mon (and womon). The water is still warm, the winds are picking up, and you want/need/deserve new gear! (Also you may want to pass on some stuff you want to upgrade or no longer use.) Windsurfing...
  • Throwback Thursday...Not!

    Michael
    4 Sep 2014 | 5:01 am
    Photo from the 80's? 90's? Oughts (terrible word...have no idea how to spell it nor do I want to)? No No No! It's the great Pierre Coupal keeping it real in a time machine, as seen on his Facebook page...
 
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    Windsurfing New Zealand

  • Men’s and Women’s RS:X windsurfing qualify for 2016 Olympics

    admin
    18 Sep 2014 | 12:45 pm
    Both Jon Paul Tobin and Natalia Kosinska have bowed out of the 2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships without making the top ten sailors, and neither will sail tomorrow’s medal race. Both have however sailed well enough to qualify New Zealand for a Rio 2016 Olympic berth in the both the men’s and women’s windsurfing. 18 places were on offer for the men at this regatta and Tobin has finished 16th overall, well inside the top 18 nations. read more
  • Windsurfing NZ Public Liability Insurance update 2014-2015

    admin
    16 Sep 2014 | 7:33 pm
    The latest insurance documents have been uploaded - although the current policy expires today we have an extension for 2 weeks while the policy is rolled over. This policy covers Windsurfing NZ and all its affiliated clubs and associations. It also covers kitesurfing activities. read more
  • Aviemore Summer Bash

    admin
    15 Sep 2014 | 1:38 am
    Thu 1 Jan 2015Sat 3 Jan 2015 Lake Aviemore Windsurfing and kiting social get-together. Repeat of a great event. Simple across the lake and back race series for Windsurfers and Kiters. Think about this as an option for Xmas/New Year, there's always lots of windsurfers and kiters camping there. Very social. Possibility of and Upwind/Downwind race as well on New Years eve. read more
  • Auckland Windsurfing Assn News September 2014

    admin
    7 Sep 2014 | 3:15 am
    (newsletter without pictures - to see the complete thing go to http://us8.campaign-archive1.com/?u=24a1185e5e30470a893732830&id=dd065f821d, get it emailed to you contact Laurence - details at bottom) AWA Wednesday Night Racing From 1 November through summer starting at 5pm the AWA will run social races. Each will be weather dependent and held at one of Pt Chev, Meola reef, Buckland's beach or Takapuna. The one we select each Wednesday being weather and tide dependent. read more
  • Canterbury Windsports AGM

    admin
    7 Sep 2014 | 3:09 am
    Wed 17 Sep 2014 Speights Ale House Our AGM for our club will be held at the Speights Ale House on Wednesday 17 September starting at 6:30pm with nibbles and a chance to catch up with everyone before the meeting due to start at 7:30pm.
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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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  • 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…
  • Slalom Session on Gran Canaria 2014 – Video

    chris
    20 Mar 2014 | 1:23 pm
    Yes, let's go for another session! The trip to Gran Canaria is still in my head. I spent three weeks in February there. Together with Kerstin. It was like a dream. We stayed at Pozo. The conditions were exciting almost every day with perfect waves and strong wind. I used 4,2 or 4,7 most of the time and it was great feeling the sensation of a wave board again. For the lighter days I decided to bring one Slalom set to the Gran Canaria. A 2014 iSonic 107 and a Reflex 4 in 7,8. At several days the wind was a bit lighter and we drove to Bahia de Formas near Arinaga. That’s a brilliant…
 
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  • 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…
  • Austrian Slalom Nationals 2013

    chris
    16 Oct 2013 | 3:57 pm
    An exciting weekend is over. We had three days with wind at Lake Neusiedl, several starts, a lot of jibes and fun at the 2013 Austrian Slalom State Nationals. Day 1 saw gusty light offshore winds with wind from 8 to 12 knots. Quite similar tot the competitions at Sylt. I was on my iSonic 117 and Reflex 4 9,2m. The race crew tried to run three rounds. It was tough to get a planing start done. Both races got cancelled when I was almost over the finish line. Both time I was in a great position. Once in 2nd, once in first. Later on heavy rainfall kicked in and the wind was gone completely.  …
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    Boards Windsurfing

  • The Importance of Windsurf Insurance – How and Why

    Amy Carter - Editor
    19 Sep 2014 | 6:59 am
    Bishop Skinner Marine explain the fundamentals of windsurfing insurance and why you need it to keep you safe on the water… Windsurfing is one of the most popular water sports in the UK and the RYA continues to see more windsurfers becoming members each year, highlighting the sport’s growing fan base. When preparing to go windsurfing, […] The post The Importance of Windsurf Insurance – How and Why appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • RS:X ISAF Worlds – Gold Secured

    Amy Carter - Editor
    19 Sep 2014 | 2:00 am
    Over in Santander, Spain, the top RS:X racers from around the world have gathered for the ISAF world champions. Women’s RS:X Vive la France is that can be said about the amazing performance from Charline Picon who has already won gold in the 2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships. She still needs to sail a Medal […] The post RS:X ISAF Worlds – Gold Secured appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • How (And Why) To Get Started On The AWT

    Amy Carter - Editor
    18 Sep 2014 | 9:00 am
    Do you want to join the world’s biggest windsurfing family? The AWT (American Windsurfing Tour) runs events throughout the year from mainland US, to South America and even Hawaii (for the upcoming Alohoa Classic). Whilst there is a pro division at the AWT the competition (as with here in the UK at the BWA and […] The post How (And Why) To Get Started On The AWT appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • Quatro’s All New FSW Thruster

    Amy Carter - Editor
    18 Sep 2014 | 7:03 am
    The all new freestyle wave thruster is now available from Quatro! Check out all the details: Only available in Pro construction and super keenly priced @ £1499 Available in three sizes 89 / 99 / 109 When we decided to introduce the Tetra we didn’t think of calling it Freewave. In fact, that badge only […] The post Quatro’s All New FSW Thruster appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • BWA Tiree – Confirmed Dates And Full Details

    Amy Carter - Editor
    18 Sep 2014 | 3:17 am
    The BWA confirm all the details for the Tiree event which is coming up in a few short weeks, check out all the info you need below: Event Sponsor – Puravida Head Judge – Mark ‘Sparky’ Hosegood Judges – William Maclean, Mike Archer. Ams, Masters & Youth Registration: 11.30 – 13.30 Sunday 12th October Prizegiving: […] The post BWA Tiree – Confirmed Dates And Full Details appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
 
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