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.
Jacksonville windsurfing enthusiast and US Windsurfing member Tom Ingram has been working with the Jacksonville Waterways Commission to improve water access for windsurfers, stand-up-paddlers and kayakers at riverfront parks. Just last week Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown announced his innitative to open up more access to kayaks and other non-motorized craft (including windsurfers)! You can read … 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 ››
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 ››
For the first time in years college kids had the chance to race against each other and represent their schools at an inter-collegiate windsurfing race! The event took place in St Petersburg, Florida and was hosted by the University of South Florida, St Pete and … Continue Reading ››
With winter on its way in many parts of the United States.....it's time to start thinking about ice sailing! And in February of 2012 (just 4 months from now) the World Ice & Snow Sailing Championships will be held in the Upper Penninsula of … Continue Reading ››