Top-5 overall for the 2018 Long Distance races! (photo: Adam Wojtkowiak)
There are very few things as exciting as taking part in a race with 232 beaming windsurfers on the start line. Maybe a race with 233 racers, but I'm not even sure of that! … Continue Reading ››
By Jerome Samson
Kona sails glowing in the sun! (photo credit: Magi Foster)
The city of Clearwater loves windsurfing — and windsurfing loves it back!
This weekend (Oct 28–29, 2017), the city with the sugary white sand hosted the Kona Gulf Coast Championships at the Clearwater Community Sailing Center
, one … Continue Reading ››
By Steve Bodner
Sunset on another edition of the Bridge to Bridge!
Thursday, August 31 welcomed the 20th
edition of the Ronstan Bridge to Bridge Race hosted by the St. Francis Yacht Club with 39 entries: 26 hydrofoil kites, 8 windsurfers and a handful of cats and … Continue Reading ››
By Adam Locke
The Jensen Beach crew taking turns on the RS:One Convertible foil board!
The US Sailing Center of Martin County
(USSCMC), together with Neil Pryde
and Adventure Sports
, hosted an RS:One Convertible windsurfing demo on September … Continue Reading ››
Young Techno windsurfers on Martha's Vineyard!
The 2017 Junior Olympic Windsurfing Festival took place last week (Aug 3-4) at Vineyard Haven Yacht Club, on the beautiful island of Martha's Vineyard, and once again the event empowered junior windsurfers with a combination of course racing, slalom, … Continue Reading ››
Words: Jean-Robert Wilhelmy, Video: Nicolas Chapleau
This year's edition of the obx-wind.com windsurfing festival was wildly successful! A record-breaking 178 windsurfers took part in the long distance races. We had sold-out clinics in slalom and freestyle, with a dozen lucky riders getting one-on-one attention all week from seasoned pros Tyson Poor and … Continue Reading ››
By Steve Bodner, USA-4
When it rains, it pours. And when it blows, it blows the dogs off their chains in San Francisco!
Gnarly! The Crissy Field slalom season is open! (credit: Peter Grendler)
Things started off pretty heady for the first … Continue Reading ››
By Greg Mejlaender
A big winter day in Seattle! (credit: Dan Taylor / Destination360)
Friday April 7th was a rare and very windy day for much of the Pacific NorthWest. Of course, the Gorge is famous for having high wind in the summer. But in Western … Continue Reading ››
Today, US Windsurfing is releasing a totally free mobile app that's going to take your windsurfing to the next level! Well, it won't exactly teach you how to feather your jibes or duck your tacks, but we're definitely hoping it will make the time … Continue Reading ››