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  • How to prevent and treat windsurfers' sore and blistered hands - SurferToday

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    31 Aug 2015 | 8:36 am
    SurferTodayHow to prevent and treat windsurfers' sore and blistered handsSurferTodayAfter a couple of hours or days in the water, sailboarders begin to suffer from sore and blistered hands. Learn how to solve it. Blisters and sore hands are probably the worst things you can develop in windsurfing. If the complication gets severe, you
  • Trouble for pair of windsurfers near Chichester Harbour entrance

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    24 Aug 2015 | 10:46 pm
    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The RNLI's lifeboat from Hayling Island was sent to rescue the pair yesterday after a member of the public called the Coastguard.
  • Camille Juban beats sickness and wins the 2015 Pacasmayo Classic

    Windsurfing News
    31 Aug 2015 | 2:53 am
    Camille Juban has conquered the 2015 Pacasmayo Classic, in Peru. Despite battling sickness, Juban confirmed his presence in the final against his friend Morgan Noireaux. Camille was not feeling perfect, but he just wanted to do it. "I woke up really sick. One hour before going out, I didn't think I could go out because my stomach was so painful. I somehow found the energy and realized the heat was only 20 minutes. Even if I lose or cannot even stand on the board, I would just try; so I went in the water and at the beginning of the heat it was really hard," explained Camille Juban.
  • Why you should visit Darren Clarke Centre Of Excellence in scintillating Sicily

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    30 Aug 2015 | 3:54 am
    … Mediterranean at Agrigento, jolts the adventurer’s spirit back to life … football, tennis, kayaking, sailing and windsurfing for teenagers. The rooms are … Golf Travel (yourgolftravel.com, 0800 043 6644) offers a seven-night holiday to …
  • The Misunderstood Shark? I Don't Think So.

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    Michael
    26 Aug 2015 | 11:45 am
    Sharks get a raw deal when it comes to public perception, is the thinking of the learned and the green. "You're more likely to be killed by a falling coconut or a cow than by a shark, they say. For...
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  • How to prevent and treat windsurfers' sore and blistered hands - SurferToday

    31 Aug 2015 | 8:36 am
    SurferTodayHow to prevent and treat windsurfers' sore and blistered handsSurferTodayAfter a couple of hours or days in the water, sailboarders begin to suffer from sore and blistered hands. Learn how to solve it. Blisters and sore hands are probably the worst things you can develop in windsurfing. If the complication gets severe, you
  • 2015 American Windsurfing Tour – Pacasmayo Classic begins - Sail World

    27 Aug 2015 | 11:45 am
    Sail World2015 American Windsurfing Tour – Pacasmayo Classic beginsSail World2015 American Windsurfing Tour – Competitors woke up this morning at El Faro Adventure Resort in Pacasmayo Peru, to see waves for the first time during the contest window. The call was made to start with the Amateur heats right in front of the hotel at
  • The legendary life of Arnaud de Rosnay, the dandy windsurfer - SurferToday

    26 Aug 2015 | 4:23 am
    SurferTodayThe legendary life of Arnaud de Rosnay, the dandy windsurferSurferTodayThe windsurfer born on the 9th March 1946, in Paris, lived 38 years full of unconventional motivations and desires. At only 18, Arnaud de Rosnay was already photographing top models for Vogue, and traveling the world chasing diamond mines and precious ...
  • Getting windsurfers into the laboratory room - SurferToday

    24 Aug 2015 | 4:49 am
    SurferTodayGetting windsurfers into the laboratory roomSurferTodayA new found passion for windsurfing can be totally life-changing. It will likely invigorate your soul and increase happiness. So, why don't we get a group of windsurfing enthusiasts into the laboratory room? Swedish health promotion specialist Henrik
  • Jesper Vesterstroem storms the 2015 US Windsurfing Nationals - SurferToday

    21 Aug 2015 | 8:56 am
    SurferTodayJesper Vesterstroem storms the 2015 US Windsurfing NationalsSurferToday"It's windy nearly every day here, so definitely one of the top windsurfing places in the US! I was also stoked to see a growing freestyle fleet fighting for the US title. I look forward to coming out to next year's US Nationals to represent Canada at
 
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  • Trouble for pair of windsurfers near Chichester Harbour entrance

    24 Aug 2015 | 10:46 pm
    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The RNLI's lifeboat from Hayling Island was sent to rescue the pair yesterday after a member of the public called the Coastguard.
  • Best beaches on Columbia River

    23 Aug 2015 | 7:31 am
    Best Beach for Kids: Willow Grove in Longview has a sandy beach, paved walking paths, picnic areas, restrooms, playgroups and even a life jacket loaner program, making it our top pick for the little ones. Best Beach to Learn to Windsurf: Beginner windsurfers flock to the Inner Hook in Hood River, Ore., for its calm protected waters.
  • Adventure abounds along the Sea-to-Sky Highway

    17 Aug 2015 | 6:37 pm
    Skirting a glacial fjord before climbing into the Coast Mountains, the Sea-to-Sky Highway, a ribbon of road between Vancouver and Whistler, is one of the world's great road trips. You can drive the route, also known as British Columbia Highway 99, in less than two hours, but why rush it? All along the way are long ocean views, jagged peaks, thick forests, evocative historic sites and some of the best outdoor adventure options on the planet.
  • Sailors try to limit contact with polluted Rio Olympic venue

    17 Aug 2015 | 12:13 pm
    Bruce Gor... . Men compete in the RS:X Windsurfer event during a sailing test, ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, in Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015.
  • Sailors try to limit contact with polluted Rio Olympic venue

    17 Aug 2015 | 12:13 pm
    Nacra 17 class athletes from Great Britain arrive to Flamengo beach practicing one day before the sailing test event ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Friday, Aug. 14, 2015. Bruce Gordon, the WHO's coordinator of water, sanitation, hygiene and health, said that testing for viruses "would be advisable" given it's known that human sewage pollution is rife in Rio's waters.
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  • Camille Juban beats sickness and wins the 2015 Pacasmayo Classic

    31 Aug 2015 | 2:53 am
    Camille Juban has conquered the 2015 Pacasmayo Classic, in Peru. Despite battling sickness, Juban confirmed his presence in the final against his friend Morgan Noireaux. Camille was not feeling perfect, but he just wanted to do it. "I woke up really sick. One hour before going out, I didn't think I could go out because my stomach was so painful. I somehow found the energy and realized the heat was only 20 minutes. Even if I lose or cannot even stand on the board, I would just try; so I went in the water and at the beginning of the heat it was really hard," explained Camille Juban.
  • The legendary life of Arnaud de Rosnay, the dandy windsurfer

    26 Aug 2015 | 4:16 am
    On the 24th November 1984, a French adventurer went missing in the Strait of Taiwan, while trying to windsurf between China and Taiwan. His name was Arnaud de Rosnay. A bold life. The windsurfer born on the 9th March 1946, in Paris, lived 38 years full of unconventional motivations and desires. At only 18, Arnaud de Rosnay was already photographing top models for Vogue, and traveling the world chasing diamond mines and precious stones. When he discovered surfing, he instantly got in love with the sport. But he would not stop there. Arnaud helped to introduce windsurfing in France and…
  • Getting windsurfers into the laboratory room

    24 Aug 2015 | 4:46 am
    A new found passion for windsurfing can be totally life-changing. It will likely invigorate your soul and increase happiness. So, why don't we get a group of windsurfing enthusiasts into the laboratory room? Swedish health promotion specialist Henrik Beyer believes that conducting studies on windsurfer's experiences could lead to increased understanding of what passion and happiness really are. "Hearing from windsurfers and how their life changed after starting to windsurf is quite inspiring. They seem to have found a mystical life force to enjoy and live through," notes Beyer, author of…
  • Jesper Vesterstroem storms the 2015 US Windsurfing Nationals

    21 Aug 2015 | 8:48 am
    Jesper Vesterstroem is the grand winner of the 2015 US Windsurfing National Championship, a three-day event held in Cabrillo Beach, California. The Danish windsurfer claimed the Formula and Slalom divisions. Xavier Ferlet, his legendary archrival, had to content himself with a double victory in the Masters category of both Formula and Slalom competitions. "Amazing event with lots of great people. The weather treated us perfect, and the wind was strong and challenging every day. Big thanks to the organizers, US Windsurfing, and sponsors for making this event possible," wrote Vesterstroem.
  • Wang and Picon prevail at Aquece Rio 2015

    21 Aug 2015 | 3:32 am
    Aichen Wang and Charline Picon have conquered the gold medals at the Aquece Rio 2015, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The second sailing test event in preparation for the Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition attracted 339 sailors from 52 nations. The organization tested six race courses, three outside of Guanabara Bay and three inside. In the final medal race, Wang knew he only needed to finish in the top eight and gold would be his. Byron Kokkalanis tried to reach out his Chinese rival, but he also had to keep an eye on the other opponents.
 
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  • The Misunderstood Shark? I Don't Think So.

    Michael
    26 Aug 2015 | 11:45 am
    Sharks get a raw deal when it comes to public perception, is the thinking of the learned and the green. "You're more likely to be killed by a falling coconut or a cow than by a shark, they say. For...
  • Desperate Times, Desperate Measures (rigged sail on the roof)

    Michael
    25 Aug 2015 | 8:04 am
    Technically speaking I have only sailed twice this summer (ie after the Summer Solstice). When there's a morning northerly brushing the beach at Towd Point (the closest spot to our house) I race down there, rig the 7.5 as fast...
  • The Perfect Man

    Michael
    16 Aug 2015 | 5:31 pm
    Lord Tillerman of Proper Course posted this on Facebook. Stoled it I did.
  • Seven Five Duck Jibe

    Michael
    10 Aug 2015 | 2:10 pm
    I had not windsurfed since late May. It takes special circumstances or desperation to get me to rig my 7.5 ('cause I can plane almost as early on my 6.2) but this last Sunday I just HAD to sail! So...
  • Saturday Sesh, Me Droogs?

    Michael
    31 Jul 2015 | 8:22 am
    Thus spake NOAA: Sat SW winds 5 to 10 kt...increasing to 10 to 15 kt with gusts up to 20 kt in the afternoon. Seas 1 ft or less...then around 2 ft in the afternoon. In the words of Chimply...
 
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  • Annual General Meeting of Yachting New Zealand - Saturday 17th October 2015 in Auckland.

    admin
    11 Aug 2015 | 9:43 pm
    Windsurfing NZ is a member (Class Association) of Yachting NZ, and as such is entitled to attend and present at the AGM. Given the current state of play this relationship is of dubious value - it's currently sustained to maintain some form of channel to YNZ, and to support the Techno and RS:X Classes. If there are any issues you wish to raise with YNZ, or if anyone is interested and/or able to attend and represent Windsurfing NZ please contact me (Bruce Spedding). The 61st Annual General Meeting of Yachting New Zealand is to be held at 10:30am on Saturday 17th October 2015 in Auckland. read…
  • August wind / water sports newsletter is out

    admin
    8 Aug 2015 | 10:03 pm
    Windsurfing- Taranaki Wave Classic - Kiwis on Maui 2015 - IFCA Slalom World Champs - The History of Windsurfing - AWA Prize Giving - FREE FOOD & Prizes - Kiwis on World Tour Surf & SUP - WSL Tour - J-Bay - Molokai to Oahu 2015 Kitesurfing - Kite Girls - Formula world champs Interviews - James Court - Wellington Wave Guru - Paul Vliestra - The Efficient Mountain Lion http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=7dbff54d2f2a038dd41f128d4&id=96e073...
  • Urgent input into IFCA AGM wanted, including possible representative and nomination.

    admin
    15 Jul 2015 | 3:50 pm
    Here is a reminder about the IFCA AGM to which we (WNZ) are entitled to send a representative to vote (Thursday 23rd July 2015 during the world championships on Sylt, Germany). membership of IFCA allows our members to compete in overseas events. We need to email the name of our representative by 22nd , to ifca@internationalwindsurfing.com Three (3) of the outgoing committee will certainly be up for re—election (Bruno, Eric and Ruben) – but there is room for new blood on the committee if we wish to propose someone. Alternatively , they are happy to receive by email our comments on the…
  • WNZ email newsletter

    admin
    2 Jul 2015 | 6:25 pm
    The newsletter has developed extensive readership in NZ and overseas. We have had helpful feedback about the content of the newsletter and to ensure that the newsletter provides relevant content and allows any brand related information to be fairly presented, we have created some rules. The objective of the newsletter share news about events, industry and product news to WNZ members and to the wider windsurf community both in New Zealand and internationally. read more
  • Tauranga Spring Windsurf Race Weekend - 3rd 4th Oct 2015

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    22 Jun 2015 | 7:22 pm
    Sat 3 Oct 2015Sun 4 Oct 2015 Tauranga Classic social event and a great way to start the windy season. Winds have not disappointed the last 2 years. Great venue, easy to access and sail for all levels from beginners up. Check out the Facebook page, and look for videos and pictures of past events. https://www.facebook.com/events/301743380013052/
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  • 31 Aug 2015 | 9:34 am

    31 Aug 2015 | 9:34 am
    Small and poor shape. Lahaina looked beautiful on the webcam
  • 8 31 15 morning call

    31 Aug 2015 | 9:01 am
       Afternoon surf session at Hookipa for me proved to be very challenging.After 2 months of perfect waves in Indo, it's so hard to ride those bumpy waves, but no complains here. We're so lucky to have waves pretty much every day.It was better on the south shore in the morning, as Jason Hall reported on his facebook page.Today could be an interesting one.Here's the latest Ignacio position at 5am HST.The rain shouldn't impact us directly, but there's moisture in the atmosphere as the radar shows.BuoysNW4.6ft @ 10s from 55° (ENE) 3ft @ 8s from 47° (NE) 3ft @ 6s from 70° (ENE)…
  • 8 30 15 morning call

    30 Aug 2015 | 10:56 am
    Had a great windsurfing session yesterday at sunset. Very light wind and pretty much by myself with a couple of surfers. Loved it.  Didn't even bother going to check the waves this morning, since I knew the wind was going to be on it. We're gonna have a couple of days of onshores due to the pass of hurricane Ignacio.Let's first have a look at where it is right now.This is the wind map. That shows a small but intense east Ignacio fetch and a much larger one down south. Remember, that means a south swell next weekend.According to the models, Ignacio should pass close enough for plenty…
  • 8 29 15 morning call

    29 Aug 2015 | 11:12 am
    Scored a great session on the south shore yesterday. Only two people and waves like this. It's the first time I witness a west swell that wraps around both the north and the south shore of Maui. Hookipa had waves too, as this photo from Jimmie Hepp with Sarah Hauser clearly shows.BuoysNW5.5ft @ 15s from 281° (WNW) 5.4ft @ 8s from 33° (NE) Pauwela3.5ft @ 8s from 12° (NNE) 2.7ft @ 16s from 322° (NW) Barbers3.2ft @ 15s from 247° (WSW) 2ft @ 11s from 231° (WSW) This west swell is incredibly long lasting. It's out of that typhoon that sat offshore Japan for a long while a few days ago.
  • 29 Aug 2015 | 9:02 am

    29 Aug 2015 | 9:02 am
    Looks smaller than yesterday, but i'm sure there's head high sets. A little bit of wind and the crowd us gonna be massive
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  • Putting it all together...

    25 Aug 2015 | 11:38 am
    It all came together this past weekend with 2 days of slalom racing at the top of my game.I managed to win 3 bullets in the Friday Night Series, win the night, tie the series and win the tiebreaker for 1st. Saturday's light wind slalom had more of the same as I was able to get 2 bullets, secure 2nd for the day and lock in 2nd place for the series. Part of any racing is being prepared- from picking the right equipment, to just getting to the starting line in time. Secondly- if you've got any advantage- you've got to use it. Another big part of racing is know your competition. I did an…
  • A closer look...

    19 Aug 2015 | 10:04 pm
    It's the last of the slalom series this week with both Friday night racing at the StFYC & the Crissy Field Slalom Series on Saturday. Both series have a throw-out so its the best 3 out of 4 scores but a lot can change going into the last race of the series.A closer look at the season scores is often warranted knowing in advance what it will take to move up a position or how much cushion you have between the racer behind you. This is often the case going into the last day of a multi-day regatta or series. Risk or reward. How big are the odds? What are the payoffs?Friday Night Slalom…
  • Back to the basics

    12 Aug 2015 | 12:47 pm
    After having bite off way more than I could chew- I decided it would be prudent to get back to the basics. I hired Gebi to do some coaching after the Kite Foil Gold Cup and learned more from a few hours on the beach than I have all season on my own. The opportunity was priceless in terms of making a few breakthroughs that should help my kite foiling progression in the upcoming months.The 1st lessons were all about kite handling- or moreso how to fly the kite efficiently by using your weight on the center lines vs sheeting the bar in for power. Its amazing how much power you can get from the…
  • Getting around the course

    2 Aug 2015 | 11:22 pm
    The 2nd half of the Kite Foil Gold Cup was all about making progress overcoming obstacles.While there's still many dues to pay- the hard work paid off and I finally got around the course for the first time.  A small victory but Ill take it.I made some huge gains off the wind in the lighter races going deep with the kite low in the window and really sending it. A breakthrough moment as I now know its possible to now get downwind more efficiently. Still there were some spectacular crashes on the foil- both upwind and down- but particularly on starboard tack. The right side of my body is…
  • 2015 SF Kite Foil Gold Cup- Day1 and 2: paying my dues

    1 Aug 2015 | 7:17 am
    By the start of the first race, I had already mathematically eliminated myself from qualifying into the final gold fleet. A rather disastrous start if there ever was one one but this race was was not for the winning, not even for the taking. This race was just about showing up, getting to the starting line and putting myself through the paces.I'm in a league way over my head but I've got nothing to lose.Day 1 at the Kite Foil Gold Cup in San Francisco actually began several months ago at the last Gold Cup event in La Ventana Mexico. That was the start of my kite foiling experience. Its been a…
 
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  • Burner – Philip Soltysiak

    medea
    31 Aug 2015 | 8:10 am
    Perfect Burner by the Canadian windsurfer Phil Soltysiak filmed at Sotavento, Fuerteventura. The post Burner – Philip Soltysiak appeared first on Continentseven.
  • Shaka – Maaike Huvermann

    medea
    30 Aug 2015 | 4:14 am
    Shaka by Maaike Huvermann. The post Shaka – Maaike Huvermann appeared first on Continentseven.
  • Cabeibusha, the Curly Gem – Trailer

    medea
    28 Aug 2015 | 3:04 pm
    A documentary ft. Sarah-Quita Offringa. The trailer looks very promising! Watch it now. The post Cabeibusha, the Curly Gem – Trailer appeared first on Continentseven.
  • Wave Ride Side Onshore – Ricardo Campello

    medea
    27 Aug 2015 | 11:07 pm
    Side Onshore wave ride by Ricardo Campello at Pozo Izquierdo including a Backside Aerial, nice turns and a Frontside Wave 360. The post Wave Ride Side Onshore – Ricardo Campello appeared first on Continentseven.
  • Julien Mas about his Freestyle Live Scoring System

    chris
    27 Aug 2015 | 6:56 am
    French Julien Mas created a Live Scoring System for freestyle. Read more about it. The post Julien Mas about his Freestyle Live Scoring System appeared first on Continentseven.
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  • successful 10km gps-windsurf crossing Markermeer

    30 Aug 2015 | 10:31 am
    Today I used my Suunto to navigate from Gouwzee to Oostvaardersdiep. Not a very impressive distance between both (10km), however a good challenge for me as a beginner in crossings.For the first time I used a raceboard. And yes, thats something different for sure! Some differences which I found out (I never had a board with 140liters+):you would think it is very stable, but its just 70cm wide and thick.. Therefor it is actually less stable than a lightwind slalomboard;you would think it is very heavy to sail it for 10km on a reach. It is actually very light on the feet/arms, just a good…
  • Atlantic Windsurf Crossings

    25 Aug 2015 | 6:22 am
    By the way lots of cool windsurf adventures have been undertaken, I never heard of most of them. Therefor I give these a place on the internet. Not because I want to do it, but it is inspiring for sure!A normal windsurf kit has been used for this crossing, in contrary to the crossing in the Indian Ocean. The last crossing demonstrated (good footage) that it was really hard and the weather and conditions have to be good enough (winddirection and waves). Kiters are crossing it tooA short overview what I found about windsurfing and the Atlantic:1987 "Daring Frenchmen Stephane Peyron" -…
  • A windsurf board that can carry a cooler!

    24 Aug 2015 | 4:20 am
    I was scrolling through the 100+ windsurf blog list on this website and found the Kuleana adventures blog. Kuleana:Here we seek out adventure using a custom designed windsurfer which can be used as a kayak or Stand-up paddle board and has five water tight hatches for storing camping gear. Follow along as we embark on treasure hunts, fishing trips, wildlife photography, exploration and adventure racing.Link to blog: http://adventurewindsurfing.blogspot.com/   Never seen such a board, pretty cool given the fact its selfmade and the video does demonstrate he has a good time on this…
  • IJburg, Markermeer, Amsterdam, IJmeer, windsurfing

    21 Aug 2015 | 9:49 am
    Six spots around IJburg/Markermeer/Amsterdam, purple are weed sensitive area in summerI work in Amsterdam, next to the largest lake of the Netherlands the Markermeer. I work there over a year now and have tried many windsurf spots. A few insights for those interested to windsurf here:Spot at the electricity power masts, no weed over here all year round. Disadvantage are some rocks underwater around the mast. And you have to windsurf between the professional boats (cargo shippers, boats up to 80~100 m long). No parking fee;Spot at the waterscooter spot. Easy to rig, no parking fee. Weed in…
  • Windsurfing Raceboards 2015

    18 Aug 2015 | 9:19 am
    A month ago I had a very good windsurfing session together with my brother Wouter. It wasn't very windy that day, but that was no problem. Wouter used a starboard F-Type and me on a starboard Freeformula. I was having a good time, didn't know big board can be such fun. I was wondering if even bigger (raceboards) would be even better for light winds (non-planning conditions).But who does make such a board in 2015??? the French! Starboard and Neilpryde:AHD Tactik (320 x 76 cm, 250 liters, 13kg)A board without footstraps, not very heavy and made for fun surfing. No adjustable masttrack.
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  • Deal Of The Day – Vassiliki Next Week

    Amy Carter - Editor
    28 Aug 2015 | 6:04 am
    Want to head away over the next couple of weeks? We’ve got the deal for you! Ocean Elements are running a fantastic offer to head to their Vassiliki beach club for just £499… but the deal’s only running for the next couple of weeks! Full details below…  £499 at our Vassiliki Beach Club for the […] The post Deal Of The Day – Vassiliki Next Week appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • Daily Round-Up 28th August – What’s Your Excuse?!

    Amy Carter - Editor
    28 Aug 2015 | 1:04 am
    Think you’ve got a a valid excuse/reason for not getting out windsurfing? We’re not so sure. Yesterday we were down in Weymouth and snapped this quick video of triple amputee Craig Wood out blasting around… His next aim is to re-master the harness, but he’s looking pretty good to us already! What’s your excuse?!RYA Sailability […] The post Daily Round-Up 28th August – What’s Your Excuse?! appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • Bank Holiday Windsurfing – What, Where and Why

    Amy Carter - Editor
    26 Aug 2015 | 9:47 am
    The good old British August bank holiday is almost upon us and, fingers crossed, it should provide us all with a good chance to hit the water. But how will you be spending it? Here’s a few ideas from around the Boards office… Get a loved one on the water. Especially if the sun is […] The post Bank Holiday Windsurfing – What, Where and Why appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • Daily Round-Up 26th August – Am I Enjoying This?!

    Amy Carter - Editor
    26 Aug 2015 | 9:28 am
    It might not feel like summer across much of the UK today (and for the last few days!) as the rain hits various areas, hard. But, the benefit, as we all know, is some pretty good windsurfing conditions too! Where have you been getting your windsurfing in over the last few days? The wind’s also […] The post Daily Round-Up 26th August – Am I Enjoying This?! appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • How To Improve Your Windsurfing From The Sofa

    Amy Carter - Editor
    26 Aug 2015 | 4:18 am
    We all want to get out windsurfing, we all want to improve, but sometimes to weather/commitments don’t allow for as much on water time as we would like. But don’t worry, we’ve got it covered. You CAN still improve your windsurfing from the safety of your sofa. There’s always someone, that one person (let’s call […] The post How To Improve Your Windsurfing From The Sofa appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
 
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