With an amazing forecast for winsurfing, the skippers meeting was scheduled for 9.00am to guarantee to possibly to use the whole day for the freestyle race. The offshore easterly wind started to fill in around lunch time and the first heat of the day was be launched at 12.30pm. The changing conditions were quite difficult […]

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Day three of the NoveNove Maui Aloha Classic delivered once again at Ho’okipa. With logo to mast high waves and the WindAlert sensor hovering around 15mph all morning we started with round two of the women’s single elimination. The first heat of the day saw AWT tour director, Sam Bittner, putting aside her organizational duties […]

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The preparations for the 2015 Luderitz Speed Challenge was severely hampered by unusually high tides which did much damage to the kilometer long channel just two weeks before the start of the event. The damage to the canal provided a huge challenge for event founder and organiser, Sebastien Cattelan. It is only due to his […]

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The La Ventana WINDFEST, a tournament for kiteboarders and windsurfers, returns for the 2nd year in a row and expands to four days. The event will be held from January 20-23 in the town of La Ventana, Mexico, a popular destination for kite and windsurfers located just a 40 minute drive south of La Paz. […]

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A week ago the Raceboard European championships in Puerto de St. Maria, Cadiz, Spain wrapped up. Check out these images and video of the action. Source: Patrik Pollak

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Philip Koester - Windsurfing

The sailors patience may have been tested in the opening four days, but their patience was more than rewarded today as Cold Hawaii maintained it’s 100% record in epic fashion. Not only was the single elimination completed, but also the double as Klitmøller reinstated its reputation as Cold Hawaii with wall-to-wall sunshine, frothy North Sea […]

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PWA Cold Hawaii World Cup

As expected day three of the KIA Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup proved to be another lay day in Denmark with light offshore winds and small waves keeping the competitors on hold as the waiting game continues. However, whilst it may not have been possible to start the contest today, the tension started to rise […]

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Day two of the KIA Cold Hawaii World Cup started with high hopes after a promising looking forecast emerged yesterday evening. However, on this occasion the promise of wind and waves failed to materialise meaning the sailors remained on hold for another day — despite a long day of wishing and waiting. Around midday the conditions […]

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Riders are packing their bags and preparing to head to the East Coast for the Wind NC Hatteras Wave Jam next week. This year’s top riders to watch include last year’s winner Kevin Pritchard from Maui, along with Boujmaa Guilloul from Morocco. Boujmaa is traveling to the Outer Banks for his first time. He is […]

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