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  • Really wild about Oregon coast means surfing, kayaking, windsurfing, dory fishing - OregonLive.com

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    26 Apr 2015 | 8:16 am
    OregonLive.comReally wild about Oregon coast means surfing, kayaking, windsurfing, dory fishingOregonLive.comWild as wild gets on the Oregon coast is going onto the Pacific Ocean and having your fun there. True adventurers go surfing, windsurfing, kayaking or fishing in a dory that launches and lands on the beach. But, really, most of us wouldn't dare. Today
  • What you need to know before getting on the water

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    17 Apr 2015 | 10:02 am
    Berkeley County Auditor Janet Brown Jurosko would like to help the residents of Berkeley County with their questions concerning marine equipment.
  • Lack of funds threatens JP Tobin's Rio 2016 medal attempt

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    23 Apr 2015 | 3:08 am
    New Zealand windsurfer Jon-Paul Tobin is unsure whether his name will be on the starting line of the Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition, in Brazil. The 38-year-old athlete says he didn't travel to the ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres Regatta with Yachting New Zealand because he didn't have the money. As a result, he is working with the national stand-up paddleboarding team. "It just really is training for my windsurfing, but since the team has been named I've upped the miles on the water, which is interesting, so I don't quite know what will come of it or how it goes," explained JP Tobin.
  • Really wild about Oregon coast means surfing, kayaking, windsurfing, dory fishing

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    26 Apr 2015 | 9:29 am
    … your fun there. True adventurers go surfing, windsurfing, kayaking or fishing in … ." I'll be traveling the length of the coast … coastal explorations. Already, I have visited Clatsop County, where I went …
  • The Family That Sails Together

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    Michael
    22 Apr 2015 | 6:54 am
    Liz Patton posted this photo of Mike Burns and chickadees in Cape Hatteras on Facebook. Had to repost it!
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  • Really wild about Oregon coast means surfing, kayaking, windsurfing, dory fishing - OregonLive.com

    26 Apr 2015 | 8:16 am
    OregonLive.comReally wild about Oregon coast means surfing, kayaking, windsurfing, dory fishingOregonLive.comWild as wild gets on the Oregon coast is going onto the Pacific Ocean and having your fun there. True adventurers go surfing, windsurfing, kayaking or fishing in a dory that launches and lands on the beach. But, really, most of us wouldn't dare. Today
  • Lack of funds threatens JP Tobin's Rio 2016 medal attempt - SurferToday

    23 Apr 2015 | 3:20 am
    SurferTodayLack of funds threatens JP Tobin's Rio 2016 medal attemptSurferTodayNew Zealand windsurfer Jon-Paul Tobin is unsure whether his name will be on the starting line of the Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition, in Brazil. The 38-year-old athlete says he didn't travel to the ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres Regatta with Funding issues see Tobin sailing different direction3News NZall 2 news articles »
  • Bus named after island's windsurfing legend - Portsmouth News

    22 Apr 2015 | 12:24 am
    Portsmouth NewsBus named after island's windsurfing legendPortsmouth NewsGil said: 'The enthusiasm for the water prompted me to seek a name connecting watersports and Hayling Island, and the name Peter Chilvers offered a unique link that will remind residents and visitors of the importance of Hayling in the birth of and more »
  • iFoil: the future of windsurfing looks like this - SurferToday

    20 Apr 2015 | 6:46 am
    SurferTodayiFoil: the future of windsurfing looks like thisSurferTodayFoils are not new to windsurfing, but there's a revolutionary formula entering the market. Meet the iFoil. Will windsurf boards look like this in the future? iFoil believes they will. The company from Portland, United Kingdom, developed a hydrofoil
  • The invention of windsurfing in 22 minutes and 35 seconds - SurferToday

    14 Apr 2015 | 4:06 am
    SurferTodayThe invention of windsurfing in 22 minutes and 35 secondsSurferTodayHowever, the first proper windsurfing model only comes in 1964. S. Newman Darby introduced his invention to a surf magazine, but the editors told him "that was not surfing." And so his article ended up being published in the August 1965 edition of
 
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  • What you need to know before getting on the water

    17 Apr 2015 | 10:02 am
    Berkeley County Auditor Janet Brown Jurosko would like to help the residents of Berkeley County with their questions concerning marine equipment.
  • Gonzalo Costa Hoevel wins the 2015 Formula Windsurfing World Championships

    13 Apr 2015 | 10:41 am
    Gonzalo Costa Hoevel has been crowned the 2015 Formula Windsurfing world champion, at Praia da Vitoria, in the Azores Islands, Portugal. The Argentinian sailor secured a maiden world title with an impressive record of nine victories in 12 races.
  • Spring is, dare we say it, busting out all over

    11 Apr 2015 | 7:58 pm
    Across the city today, winter-weary Bostonians shed their coats, or, at least, unzipped them a bit as they marveled at temperatures that approached 60. On Carson Beach in South Boston, Eileen Murphy watched a game of volleyball . Of course, there's still snow out there.
  • Best spots for surfing and windsurfing on LI

    10 Apr 2015 | 11:03 am
    Long-boarders looking to catch some waves will find great spots near ocean beaches off the southern coast of Long Island, from Long Beach to Montauk. Wanna ride The Big One? Grab your wet suit and surfboard and paddle into the spray at one of these spots.... Long-boarders looking to catch some waves will find great spots near ocean beaches off the southern coast of Long Island, from Long Beach to Montauk.
  • Biotherm Homme Sponsors the Aquapower Expedition, Sailing Across the Atlantic to Protect the Ocean

    8 Apr 2015 | 1:31 am
    Led by Jung, one of the world's greatest windsurfers, the 8-stage adventure is one of discovery, of both the ocean's beauty and the consequences of human activity on the ocean. The team will split their time between surf sessions, beach cleanings and collecting samples from the Atlantic garbage patch, a vast area covered in plastic pollution.
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  • Lack of funds threatens JP Tobin's Rio 2016 medal attempt

    23 Apr 2015 | 3:08 am
    New Zealand windsurfer Jon-Paul Tobin is unsure whether his name will be on the starting line of the Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition, in Brazil. The 38-year-old athlete says he didn't travel to the ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres Regatta with Yachting New Zealand because he didn't have the money. As a result, he is working with the national stand-up paddleboarding team. "It just really is training for my windsurfing, but since the team has been named I've upped the miles on the water, which is interesting, so I don't quite know what will come of it or how it goes," explained JP Tobin.
  • iFoil: the future of windsurfing looks like this

    20 Apr 2015 | 6:40 am
    Foils are not new to windsurfing, but there's a revolutionary formula entering the market. Meet the iFoil. Will windsurf boards look like this in the future? iFoil believes they will. The company from Portland, United Kingdom, developed a hydrofoil board that you can carve, gybe, jump and drive off the fin. The 100 percent carbon foam sandwich monocoque construction looks and feels like a foil windsurf board, but it will be simultaneously accessible to a beginner and rewarding for a pro. The iFoil can be fully dismantled, and it is self-adjusting.
  • Twelve world champions line up for the 2015 Défi Wind

    20 Apr 2015 | 1:48 am
    The 15th edition of Défi Wind will feature more than 1200 windsurfers, at Gruissan, in France. The event will run from 14th-17th May, 2015. Pro and amateur sailors of all windsurfing discipline have only one goal: to cross the finish line of one of the world's largest racing marathon. Twelve world champions will attend the competition, including Antoine Albeau, Philip Koster, Jason Polakow, Thomas Traversa and Bjorn Dunkerbeck. The 2015 Défi Wind has entries from 34 nations. The rider's age ranges from 13 to 71 years of age, and they will aim at the 40-kilometer adventure with the help of…
  • Time for snow sailing in Canada

    18 Apr 2015 | 5:17 am
    A group of windsurfers from Montreal is getting into wind skateboarding, wind skiing, and wind snowboarding when the cold temperatures freeze the local waters. And fun is their middle name. They say that even if it is cold - an average temperature of -15 - it feels like summer in their minds. And it is true, at least judging for their latest snow sailing video. "We do have some wind, but it's not warm all year long. First, you need some good conditions to sail with skis or a snowboard. To get it easier, you want hard snow, solid to icy. A little bit of powder will slow you down, but it will…
  • The invention of windsurfing in 22 minutes and 35 seconds

    14 Apr 2015 | 3:54 am
    The history of windsurfing if full of hidden secrets, untold tales, controversial debates, and unique testimonials. The truth behind the invention of the sport itself is not absolutely clear, but a few names are inevitably linked to windsurfing. Diane and Hoyle Schweitzer, S. Newman Darby, Jim Drake, Peter Chilvers, Arnaud de Rosnay and Richard Eastaugh are some of the characters deeply connected to the birth of the wind sport. In "Wind & Water - The Invention of Windsurfing," director Bill Weir gathered historical footage and relevant information about the origins of the outdoor…
 
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  • The Family That Sails Together

    Michael
    22 Apr 2015 | 6:54 am
    Liz Patton posted this photo of Mike Burns and chickadees in Cape Hatteras on Facebook. Had to repost it!
  • 4.2 and a Thief at The Bowl

    Michael
    20 Apr 2015 | 5:52 pm
    4.2! Giant airs! Four turn front-side down the line waveriding! I missed it, but Jeff didn't. Nor did Scott, the Wolf, Jon, Pav, Bruce and Eric. It sounded so sweet...I haven't sailed in the ocean in six months, and haven't...
  • Up and Down

    Michael
    12 Apr 2015 | 3:04 pm
    Another Saturday at Sebonac. Scott Jeff Kurt and yours truly (me later to be swapped out for Frank and Joe) on 5-somethings and all kinds of boards. I started with the 5.5 on my 109...then the wind picked up, so...
  • Spring Session M

    Michael
    5 Apr 2015 | 10:40 am
    My first local sesh since mid-November! Plagued by minor surgery, a dinged back, and the Winter That Froze Over Hell, it had been awhile for your humble editor. But the dry spell is done! 4.2 at Sebonac Inlet: Scott, the...
  • Windsurfing Swap Meet May 9th

    Michael
    31 Mar 2015 | 2:03 pm
    Windsurfing. Stand up paddling. (cough) Kiteboarding. Stuff to buy, to sell, to swap. I love swap meets. All that gear that's seen all that wind and water. Waves even! The details: Hampton Watersports, Saturday May 9th, 9A-4P. Swapping is free,...
 
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  • Rivers and Coast Users Survey - Wellington

    admin
    22 Apr 2015 | 3:33 am
    If you sail in the Wellington Region at all you could add your opinion... Everyday, people in the Wellington region use and enjoy our harbours, coasts and rivers in a variety of different ways. Greater Wellington Regional Council and local councils monitor and report on the quality of the water at popular beaches and river swimming spots so you know if there are any health risks present. read more
  • Canterbury Windsports end-of-season prizegiving

    admin
    10 Apr 2015 | 5:16 pm
    Sun 3 May 2015 TBC, Christchurch It's time to wind up the 2014-15 season. The CWA prize giving will be held at The Speights Ale House in Ferrymead on Sunday May 3rd from 4pm. There will be a bar-b-que at $10 per head, non-members $20. Please RSVP asap to the secretary@cwa.org.nz so we can confirm numbers for catering. PS: If you still have a trophy from last year then please return to Al at Groundswell 1030 Ferry Road. read more
  • Wellington Windsurfing Film night and AGM

    admin
    10 Apr 2015 | 5:10 pm
    Thu 23 Apr 2015 Paramount Cinema, Wellington Join us pre-show drinks and a quick AGM from 7.00pm. We will kick off the movie double feature after that around 8.15pm. Red Bull Storm Chase - A Force 10 Adventure displays all the incredible footage of the most extreme windsurfing action ever captured. The SUP Movie - a documented progression that will change the sport forever, leading it in a direction of radical turns, giant aerials, and massive barrels. read more
  • Formula and Raceboard Windsurfing class combined with the “Kendall Cup” to make regatta a huge success.

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    1 Apr 2015 | 8:46 pm
    The Formula and Raceboard Windsurfing class combined their Nationals with the “Kendall Cup” to create a strong field from around New Zealand in a two day regatta at Manly Sailing Club. Manly Sailing Club’s wonderful facilities and setting, coupled with the enthusiasm of volunteers made for a great welcome on a perfect day for racing on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th March 2015. A light northerly breeze of 7 to 12 knots along with “that” competitive nature enticed the 19 sailors to rig the big sails. read more
  • Carbon Art New Zealand Wave Sailing Nationals 2015

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    23 Mar 2015 | 3:56 pm
    Sat 25 Apr 2015Sun 26 Apr 2015 New Plymouth, Taranaki It's on again - the 2015 New Zealand Wavesailing Nationals. This is a WNZ sanctioned event governed by ISAF Windsurfing Competition Rules, the PWA 2006 rule book part 3 wave performance rules, the notice of race, these sailing instructions and the race committee. Notice of Race (NOR) and sailing instructions can be downloaded from here (click through). read more
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  • 4 25 15 morning call

    25 Apr 2015 | 9:15 am
    Still fun surfing on the south shore yesterday. This swell did not impress me as much as the previous one (when was it, couple of weeks ago?), but it's lasting long time.Here's my massage therapist Priya on a nice little right that we surfed together. I surf with friends only when I meet them by chance at the beach. I'm so peculiar with my preferences and I don't like to compromise them for company (which means more people in the water anyway). I'd rather surf with 2 unknown people than with 3 friends. I'm that bad. I'm the worse surfing buddy you can imagine.We had fun in this occasion.Wind…
  • 4 14 15 morning call

    24 Apr 2015 | 9:01 am
    Got a new gopro and here's a shot I took yesterday. I guess the mouth mount makes the most sense when you get barreled, but at least you see a bit of a wall. Lahaina was weak and the onshore come up quite early.    Things you do when you don't have a drone (and you have a floaty backdoor). Wind map shows a decent fetch that will give life to a swell that should reach 7f 11s between Monday and Tuesday.MC2km wind map at noon shows the usual strong offshore wind. Very unreliable at Kanaha from this direction.BuoysNW7.6ft @ 10s from 81° (E) 5.6ft @ 7s from 146°…
  • 23 Apr 2015 | 9:25 am

    23 Apr 2015 | 9:25 am
    Windswell only. Pavils and the point get a little bit of action
  • 4 23 15 morning call

    23 Apr 2015 | 8:57 am
     Pretty bad call I did yesterday morning.I went for the windswell and yes there was no wind at all and some size, but too sloppy and no shape. Then I opted for a relaxing coffee in the quiet of the harbor and these guys were catching little rollers in the glitter. Jumped in with a longboard and caught a few myself. It was as peaceful as it gets.Wind map shows a pretty small fetch up NW, a even more offshore direction in the trades and that small low pressure that will kill the wind Saturday/sunday. Too bad I won't be here to enjoy that. Surfed Hookipa at sunset and it was still…
  • 22 Apr 2015 | 9:16 am

    22 Apr 2015 | 9:16 am
    16 people at pavils at 6am. Chest to head with a bit of wind.
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  • Breaking through the Wall

    24 Apr 2015 | 1:15 pm
    Week 2 of the St.FYC Thursday Night Kiteboarding Series.1 mark at a time, I'm going to get around this course- even if it takes me the whole series.It took just about everything I had to make downwind to the starting line, up the 1st beat, around the weather mark then back to the beach in survival conditions. The wind was a spastic 15-25k and I had the 7m ozone edge out on the foil board for the 2nd time ever.Normally I switch to windsurfing when its over 20k but this was race night.It was time to take my beatings!I've reached a plateau of sorts in that I can ride the foil board pretty…
  • slalom racing is back!

    20 Apr 2015 | 3:53 pm
    Lots of slalom racing planned for this summer in San Francisco and the Delta with 3 different race series in the works!After a trial run last season, slalom is back on the schedule at the St. Francis Yacht Club. 4 dedicated slalom races are being run as part of the Friday Night Series on May 29 , June 26, July 24 & August 21. A 4-5 mark downwind slalom course will be set with a start at Anita Rock and a finish off the St.FYC race deck with an A fleet start for experienced racers and a B fleet start for less experienced racers.  The series will count your best 3 scores and 1 night of…
  • 1st kite foil race: postmortem

    10 Apr 2015 | 12:54 pm
    After nearly 17 days of learning and getting the hang of the foiling kiteboard- I thought I might be able to get around the course. A major feat still- seeing how I can't even go downwind, tack or gybe yet but even the the worse case scenario was- a ride back in the safety boat supplied by the St.FYC and the Thursday night kiteboarding series.The wind was light to medium so I laid both the 10m and 13m race kite on the beach but quickly realized I had only 1 race bar that fit them both. What could possibly go wrong?I launched the 13.5 ASV and was quickly overpowered in the gusts but…
  • Baja take 3: rediscovered, reinvented and redefined

    29 Mar 2015 | 11:09 pm
    RediscoveredThis was our 3rd trip to Baja peninsula over the past 4 years but this years packing list included a few new things. It was all or nothing so the whole family came along for the trip + the new foil board & quiver of kites.The entourage included 1 oversized stroller & toddler car seat (which apparently airlines have no problem taking both for free!), 48 diapers, an energetic toddler, assorted beach and swim toys, wife & 4 kites and foil & board (which airlines have no problem still charging for.)Still it was easier than traveling with windsurfing gear.I came to La…
  • Kite foiling- the first 5 days: the ups and downs

    3 Mar 2015 | 2:51 pm
    The first 5 days of learning to ride a foiling kite board have been an overwhelming experience. I've gone from wanting to give kiting up completely, to having realized that this might possible be the coolest sport ever.Below is a video of one of my buddies learning to foil. It pretty much sums up everything I experienced the 1st 2 days.Day 1, February 16th:I felt like a total newb. I could hardly water start the foil board, nonetheless try to ride it in a straight line.  I wiped out dozens of times just going out a few hundred feet past Anita Rock and back- which took me almost 30…
 
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  • Austrian Slalom Nationals 2015

    chris
    20 Apr 2015 | 2:41 pm
    Racing season started last weekend at Lake Neusiedl. For the first time we had a Slalom event at the most northern spot on the lake, at Neusiedl. The WSA (Windsurfing Austria) held the Austrian Nationals 2015 during the last weekend at the Austrian Sailing Center at Lake Neusiedl, who allowed us to use all the fantastic facilities of a modern trainings center. The wind was great on Saturday and  the motivated race crew ran 8 full rounds of downwind racing in chilly conditions. I had to use gloves, booties and a hood. Most of the competitors didn’t care much about the cold wind and…
  • Welcome spring 2015

    chris
    17 Apr 2015 | 12:33 am
    We had a long winter in Austria, but the April saw great wind conditions. Still chilly, but sailable with gloves and hood. The water level is nice, what allows to sail behind the little reed islands. Kerstin took a few shots recently, riding the lake with the 82 Twinser and a 4,7 m. That was real fun! There is still snow on the mountains in the background…Now the season will really start with warmer temperatures. Welcome spring, it’s about time after almost 5 cold months!   ©Kerstin Reiger 2015: two shots from a windy sunny day at Podersdorf in the full dry suit…
  • A successful instructor course 2015

    chris
    13 Apr 2015 | 3:19 pm
    Just had a great week teaching young motivated windsurfers at Lake Neusiedl to become windsurfing teachers (VÖWS windsurfing teachers). We had 15 participants joining the course at Podersdorf during the easter holidays for six days. Most of them were from, but we had even participants from Slovakia and Slovenia this year. The Mission to Surf Windsurfing center was the perfect location to run the course. We had wind conditions from 1 to 7 Beaufort and all participants improved their skills. It was definitely fun to windsurf in strong wind conditions with the big beginner boards with dagger…
  • Winter wonderland 2015

    chris
    9 Jan 2015 | 3:41 pm
    We spent the Christmas days and New Year in the Austrian Alps with the family and a lot of fresh snow. The winter wonderland was beautiful. Already missed it and will return to the mountains soon as possible.
  • Warm temperatures during fall

    chris
    17 Nov 2014 | 3:36 am
    Lake Neusiedl by Kerstin Reiger Since we returned from Brittany and our trip to Paris – it was the first one and it was fantastic – back home to Austria, the windsurfing conditions were excellent. Normally it’s really foggy during November. It’s the real start of the cold period, the pre-winter season. This year it’s a bit different. A lot of wind from southern and south eastern direction hit the lake, kept the water temperature high and the temperatures during day and night, too. We didn’t have any snow fall yet or temperatures below zero during the longer…
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  • Austrian Slalom Nationals 2015

    chris
    20 Apr 2015 | 2:41 pm
    Racing season started last weekend at Lake Neusiedl. For the first time we had a Slalom event at the most northern spot on the lake, at Neusiedl. The WSA (Windsurfing Austria) held the Austrian Nationals 2015 during the last weekend at the Austrian Sailing Center at Lake Neusiedl, who allowed us to use all the fantastic facilities of a modern trainings center. The wind was great on Saturday and  the motivated race crew ran 8 full rounds of downwind racing in chilly conditions. I had to use gloves, booties and a hood. Most of the competitors didn’t care much about the cold wind and…
  • 6 days at La Torche

    chris
    23 Oct 2014 | 7:50 am
    The time runs quick! 6 days are over at the La Torche PWA Worldcup. During the first 6 days we saw a lot of swell breaking at the beach of Pors Carn next to the Pointe de la Torche. It’s my first time spending time in Brittany and it’s definitely worth to visit this place. Renting a little stone house around 12 km from the event site was definitely the right decision. It’s located in the middle of the green country side. No traffic, just a main building, a horse breeding and a nice green cultivated garden next to the little stone house. So relaxed. We bought fresh fish at a…
  • Arrived well at La Torche and big Surf is up

    chris
    18 Oct 2014 | 3:16 pm
    The beach is beautiful and the scenery with over mast high breaking waves is just breathtaking. It’s so great to see breaking waves like on the first day here in Brittany. And Ricardo Campello had nuts and made it out  in just a few knots of wind. He was surfing the waves. Big respect.  I really hope we will see more wave action and get proper wind for a few races during the next 8 days. Most of the big names are here to compete in the 6th PWA Slalom tour stop of the 2014 season. Here are a few shots from the trip to La Torche and the first day at the French land’s end with a…
  • Off to new places

    chris
    16 Oct 2014 | 4:48 am
    It’s time to leave Austria. It’s beautiful autumn weather here at the moment, but Finistere is calling. The rugged coast at the atlantic coast will welcome us with big swell and strong wind. We hopefully will see great wave action. Perhaps triple loop attempts. Robert Teriitheau is in the house! 64 riders will compete on the Slalom course with more than 40 % riders from France. Will we see a French winner or will Arnon score big again and climb up on top of the podium. I am really happy that I got a wild card again. This is my premiere in Brittany and it’s a great comeback…
  • Sylt 2014

    chris
    1 Oct 2014 | 10:39 am
    The time on Sylt is really nice so far. Really warm weather, a nice atmosphere on the beach and a lot of positive vibes. The windsurfing conditions were nice in the beginning. and we did one full round of Slalom racing in rough conditions with waves and light wind. Unfortunately I was not really windsurfing as good as I expected. I went on too small gear in my first heat. It was a wrong decision to choose the medium board and 7,8m. In the second round I started well and arrived together with Gunnar Asmussen in 3rd at the first mark, but then jibed too wide at the third mark and lost the safe…
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  • Jericoacoara waves

    chris
    25 Apr 2015 | 2:37 am
    Italian Adele Frola and Andrea Franchini at Jericoacoara. They got excellent wave conditions in the Freestyle Mecca. The post Jericoacoara waves appeared first on Continentseven.
  • Tim van Dam Sanchidrian at Cabezo

    chris
    24 Apr 2015 | 9:55 am
    Watch Tim van Dam Sanchidrian at his homespot Cabezo, Tenerife. He is 14 years old and can make it on the water almost every day. The post Tim van Dam Sanchidrian at Cabezo appeared first on Continentseven.
  • Kono – Dimitris Malliopoulos

    medea
    24 Apr 2015 | 9:36 am
    Kono by the Greek freestyle windsurfer Dimitris Malliopoulos. The post Kono – Dimitris Malliopoulos appeared first on Continentseven.
  • PWA Mondial du Vent 2015 – Video from the Double Elimination

    medea
    24 Apr 2015 | 8:59 am
    Steven van Broeckhoven wins the Mondial du Vent PWA World Cup at Leucate. Watch a video. The post PWA Mondial du Vent 2015 – Video from the Double Elimination appeared first on Continentseven.
  • PWA Mondial du Vent 2015 – Result

    medea
    24 Apr 2015 | 2:04 am
    Steven van Broeckhoven wins the PWA Freestyle World Cup at Leucate in France in front of Gollito Estredo, Kiri Thode and Dieter van der Eyken. Full result. The post PWA Mondial du Vent 2015 – Result appeared first on Continentseven.
 
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  • BWA Rhosneigr – Live From Day 5

    Amy Carter - Editor
    26 Apr 2015 | 1:18 am
    Good morning from another sunny day at Rhosneigr! We have a skipper’s meeting at 10am this morning, but looking at the weather this morning we’re not sure there will be much action this morning. We still have our fingers crossed, but it looks like it could be a swift end to the competition this morning […] The post BWA Rhosneigr – Live From Day 5 appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • Lessons From The Pros

    Amy Carter - Editor
    25 Apr 2015 | 9:10 am
    After the super sessions here at BWA Rhosneigr it was time for a pro clinic with Mark Hosegood and Adam Lewis. The two shared some great wavesailing advice, from how to pull off forwards and doubles, to pushies, backloops and general wave tips. Here’s 7 of their best pieces of advice: Take a break If […] The post Lessons From The Pros appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • BWA Rhosneigr – Live From Day 4

    Amy Carter - Editor
    24 Apr 2015 | 10:43 pm
    A full gallery from today’s action, courtesy of Si Crowther and the BWA! After the pro super session it was onto the second session for the other fleets. The amateurs, masters and women took to the water to showcase their skills and some big forwards, flakas and more were on show. All of the riders […] The post BWA Rhosneigr – Live From Day 4 appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • BWA Rhosneigr – 10 Tips To Improve Everyone’s Windsurfing

    Amy Carter - Editor
    24 Apr 2015 | 9:58 am
    Whilst up here at BWA Rhosneigr we sat down with 10 of the competitors to find out the most valuable windsurfing tip they had, these are not only great tips for wavesailors but can help improve everyone’s windsurfing. Will Barrett – use your harness efficiently! Alfie Hart – attack white water – go straight into […] The post BWA Rhosneigr – 10 Tips To Improve Everyone’s Windsurfing appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
  • BWA Rhosneigr – How Long To Forward?

    Amy Carter - Editor
    24 Apr 2015 | 2:46 am
    The forward loop is one of the moves, if not the move, that takes you up to the next level of windsurfer. Some people can master it in just a few hours, whilst for others it’s a life long battle. But how long did it take the BWA competitors?  Will Barrett – a day. James […] The post BWA Rhosneigr – How Long To Forward? appeared first on Boards Windsurfing.
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