It’s the big-wave mecca and it’s never been ridden by a wind-powered athlete – until this Tuesday, when Australia’s Jason Polakow windsurfed for the first time the liquid mountains of Praia do Norte, in Nazaré, Portugal. Aged 44, the big wave windsurfer and two-time wave-sailing world champion found a new challenge: riding the 13m (43ft) […]

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The SIM 35th Open Windsurfing Championship is the biggest event on the Asian calendar and features a raft of new and young athletes. They are already maestros of the race track, and attract the most attention. Working hard from a young age, they grasp every advantage of nature’s elements, master their demanding boards and fly […]

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Welcome to the National Sailing Center of Singapore, the host of the Sim 35th Singapore Open Championships. It’s the biggest local windsurfing multiclass event organized by the Windsurfing Association of Singapore and supported by Singapore Sailing Federation. Each year athletes of all ages take part in various classes, from Techno 293 junior to the Olympic […]

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336 winners in one event! Impossible task? Well BIC Techno 293 One design class did it again! Yes there were only 18 places on the podium at the end of the world championship in Cagliari, Sardinia, but after week of racing with best youth windsurfers from all around the world all participants are winners. Even superstar of Americas […]

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Day ten proved to be another action packed day of windsurfing here at the NoveNove Maui Aloha Classic with the Amateur single elimination final, a full Masters double elimination and finishing one round of the Amateurs double elimination. After a brief squall, the wind filled in nicely along with small waves to make for some […]

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Following four weeks of the LUDERITZ SPEED CHALLENGE 2015 event, conditions on – 02.11.2015 – were strong and perfect to break world and national records – BOTH achieved! Until now, the wind has been strong but not enough to break world records. On 02 November 2015, the wind was much stronger than predicted and the angle was […]

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The forecast was very good to train, at the start of Race Day on Friday, and then with stronger winds averaging 30-35 knots with much stronger gusts up to 55 knots revealing rough conditions on Saturday. Then, Sunday has not been as strong as predicted (only 30 kts average when the forecast was showing 40). […]

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With day five of the NoveNove Maui Aloha Classic in the books we still have tons of exciting windsurfing action left in the men’s double elimination, as well as the amateur and master’s bracket. The day started with the trade winds sitting just offshore. As the wind filled in by noon the first heats of […]

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The action continued on a spooky Halloween Day 4 of the NoveNove Maui Aloha Classic. All things were a go from the start as the trade winds filled in like clockwork and the remnants of the last swell produced head to mast high waves. The day started with the rerunning of heat 10 of the […]

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