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.
For any junior sailors who are on the fence about coming to the T293 World Championships this summer in San Francisco- act quickly as there are only 20 of the 150 charter boards left.
April 15 is the last date for National Teams to reserve charters and then it opens up to individuals on first come/first … Continue Reading ››
I'm here for the second week of the Windsurfing Magazine Light Air Board Test and will share some existential thoughts on the matter, some photos and some links.
Home Sweet Home
We have over a dozen windsurfers testing more-than-a-quiver of … Continue Reading ››
The St. Francis Yacht Club, in coordination with US Sailing and US Windsurfing, will be host to the 2011 TECHNO 293 Junior, Youth and open class World Championship & Masters raceboard class World Championship from July 17th to July 24th, 2011
CHARTER EQUIPMENT LINK
There are fourteen nearby hostels, one within … Continue Reading ››
It's been a while since Windsurfing has signed up a large out of industry sponsor to support its premiere US racing event, the US Windsurfing National championships but times are a changin'.
As companies have come to realize however there is almost no more effective advertising spend … Continue Reading ››
This coming weekend marks the first windsurfing regatta of the new year! The Alex Caviglia Bluewater Classic will be held in Miami from January 15-17. You can see information about the event and photos and results will be posted at www.cavigliafoundation.org
February 25-27 is a race in Sarasota, FL (you can find more info at … Continue Reading ››
US Windsurfing is proud to announce an apparel partnership with Greenlayer Sports. Based in Portland, OR, just an hour from the Gorge, Greenlayer Sports is a leader in eco-friendly technical apparel, from recycled polyester performance tees to lightweight jackets, hoodies, beanies, and … Continue Reading ››
The ride up was as smooth as butter. Flat water and 12-16 knots straight from the west.
Perfect conditions for formula windsurfing.
The racing was terrific, the people great, the wind strong and everyone is now exhaustedly on their home.
Check out Margot Samson's report at www.windsurfingtour.com
Swedes… I met Adam Holm and Erik Bertilsson in Martigues this past summer at the Bic Techno World Championships. … Continue Reading ››
The frist cold front to bring strong winds to Florida came rushing through on day three of the Kona World Championships in Miami! With the gusty, shifty 20-25 knots and dropping temps another three races were run. Julian Scalabrin and Dominique Vallee are battling for first place overall with Britt Viehman currently the first American. … Continue Reading ››