Windsurfer International Magazine is proud to join these sponsors for the 2010 Hatteras Windsurfing Festival Series.
Thanks to Lars who spotted these footstraps.
WindsurfingTour.com get the story behind Point-7 Sails.
LocalSailing.nl interview Karin Jaggi.
The PWA announce a Women's only Slalom finale in Almanarre early September.
Steven Van Broeckhoeven wins the EFPT Tour as the final event in Naxos is cancelled due to financial crisis.
Gibbo filmed another view of the PWA Freestyle event in Fuerte.
Skyeboy, Ross Williams, Guy Cribb and a bunch of journos are lording it up Scandia Cowes Week racing against massive yachts. There should be stories of the event in mags around the world soon. <<UPDATE>> Ross Williams 3 - Pindar 1 See pic 3 here at the Extreme Sailing Series website. More later>>>
I got this PR from The Taranaki Wave Classic.
Push your limits: it’s 2010 and Taranaki’s classic conditions have been firing… are you ready?
Carbon Art and Rodgers Dental are once again proud to present New Zealand’s ultimate wavesailing competition – the Taranaki Wave Classic 2010. The TWC 2010 will combine everything great about wavesailing and add a little sprinkle of magic to give you the best October long weekend you’ll ever experience. Classic waves, consistent wind and great camaraderie; combined with cold beers, cool prizes and a cranking BBQ. See what I mean?!
These cooler months can often see some downtime for New Zealand wavesailors, but not here in Taranaki. This winter has been providing some consistent and quality wavesailing conditions along the stunning coastline. Pungarehu has regularly fired into life, including a weeks worth of south-east ‘trade winds’, combined with solid pulses of logo high swell, to keep local wavesailors very, very happy indeed. The locals are saying: “If this is winter, then how good is spring going to be…!”
If you’re a new or intermediate wavesailor you’ll find the TWC is an awesome way to get out into the surf with fellow sailors of all ages and experience; to learn something new and push your skill level up. For the more experienced sailors, you get to see what other wave gurus from around the country have been practicing in their own backyard and to pit yourself against the top guns. You also get to check out the latest Carbon Art boards and 2010 gear from the wide range of TWC sponsors. The action will be awesome and this is your chance to step up in front of the crowds.
Check out www.taranakiwaveclassic.com for more details and to see some of previous years’ awesome action. Download the 2010 entry form and get your $75 registration in. The TWC 2010: we want you here!