32 races packed into 2 regattas over 8 days. That's about as much windsurfing as one can possible get without overdosing on pure stoke. My body was on auto pilot the last few days of the bender living on power gels & protein recovery drink. This was our Olympic … Continue Reading ››
Registration is open for next months North American Course Racing Championship for the Formula Windsurfer & Kite boarding fleets hosted by the St. Francis Yacht Club- http://bit.ly/OJkFpe 5 days of races are planned with the starting line just off Crissy field on the San Francisco city … Continue Reading ››
Racing on the San Francisco city front course can bring plenty of surprises. There's the 40k+ gusts that hit you like a slap in the face! There's the 4' voodoo chop that can stop a keelboat in its tracks! There's the 5k ebb that that makes calling any layline … Continue Reading ››
Windsurfing is no fun when you’re not dialed into your equipment.
1-2m2 can make the difference between being powered and stupidly over powered.
Friday night racing @ The St. Francis Yacht Club Tom Purcell … Continue Reading ››
It was billed as the ultimate showdown between kiters and windsurfers with 3 events spanning 9 days on the sea of Cortez on southern tip of the Baja California peninsula. While the kiters showed up in numbers, the windsurfers still found ways to keep the bragging rights for another … Continue Reading ››
84 formula and 47 slalom session this season at 4 locations using 7 sails & 4 boards at 14 regattas.
I made the trek to the north bay against my better judgement, leaving a good wind at crissy field for an unknown wind 45 min away and breaking cardinal rule of windsurfing- never leave wind for wind! The wind was dying. 20k+ on the outside but a … Continue Reading ››
Its not often you can get the best of both worlds but this past week I think it just happened. With 150 Techno-293 charter boards, BIC Sports set up camp at crissy field for the biggest windsurfing competition the US has seen in over 20 years.180 junior windsurfers form 29 different countries took … Continue Reading ››