Maximo Nores from Miami racing on the Techno 293
Forty-two windsurfers from as far as Mexico, Canada, California, and Florida attended the Techno 293 National and the Kona One Design New England Championships at Vineyard Haven Yacht Club August 1 … Continue Reading ››
The windsurfing competition of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games is drawing to a close, with the medal race to be run on Tueday, August 7. In the men's fleet, Dorian Van Rijsselberge has locked up … Continue Reading ››
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formula results (click on image to enlarge)
The 2012 US Windsurfing Nationals, presented by the American Windsurfing Tour wrapped up last Thursday. The event was fantastic, with freestyle, formula and slalom racing all taking place in four … Continue Reading ››
Day two at the 2012 US Windsurfing Nationals
presented by the American Windsurfing Tour started slowly with a perfectly calm morning. The restful conditions allowed all the racers to settle into the Hood River Event Site and get all their gear rigged up and ready. … Continue Reading ››
The Formula Windsurfing North American Championships wrapped up in San Francisco this past weekend. Racers had classic fantastic San Francisco conditions! Winner Wilhelm Schurmann beat out the stiff competition to take first place. Full results and pictures are available at http://www.stfyc.com/Default.aspx?p=DynamicModule&pageid=358162&ssid=266030&vnf=1
The US Windsurfing Nationals … Continue Reading ››
photo: Jane Thompson
The 2012 windsurfing racing season kicked off strong in Florida with the Sarasota Island Style Classic and the Calema Midwinters. The Kona class had a nice turnout at both events, with a number of out of town sailors taking advantage … Continue Reading ››
Congratulations to Farrah Hall and Bob Willis!
The recent ISAF World Sailing Championships in Perth, Australia was the final event of the US Olympic trials for windsurfing. After many days of racing in a variety of conditions, Farrah Hall and Bob Willis were named to … Continue Reading ››
In the high speed racing we do on formula boards, its not often you get more than 1 or 2 chances to make a move on the course. You’ve got to see it coming and when it happens capitalize on it immediately. When racing is tight, you’ve got to be able to utilize your best asset otherwise its waiting for the guys in front of you to make a mistake.