Great racing at the Calema Midwinters on Friday. From Calema.com: The Formula fleet had two great races with winds that kept the entire fleet planing.
Gonzalo Costa Hoevel won the first race by a comfortable margin, showing excellent upwind speed.
The second race proved challenging but with a perfect start by Micah Buzianis at the pin end. … Continue Reading ››
The Pistol River Wave Bash is back with a huge splash coming to Oregon June 17th-20th. Organized by Trade Wind Events, this contest is guaranteed to be a success. Open to the first 100 registers, the contest will also feature stand up paddling in addition to this exciting wave sailing contest. Find more information about … Continue Reading ››
The world renowned Calema Midwinters is just around the corner, March 4-7, 2010. In addition to great Formula class racing for both pros and weekend-warriors, the Midwinters will also be the Kona class North American Championships, the Techno 293 class North American Championships and the … Continue Reading ››
The Miami Olympic Classes Regatta (which took place last week in Miami, FL) was the final step for 4 windsurfers to qualify for the 2010 United States Sailing Team. This week-long regatta is part of the Sailing World Cup, the annual world-wide racing series for Olympic Sailing. Most of the top RS:X sailors from around … Continue Reading ››
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captured this boom's eye view of sailing a formula board.
Come along for the ride.
Things didn't look too promising on day 3 with the forecast for getting another race in and drop for the series but somehow a few sailors managed to make it around the course with out an abandonment flag by the RC.
Conditions were sketch at best with an offshore shifty and variable breeze. Just like Saturday … Continue Reading ››
Micah showing off the new JP Formula Board
With a fast approaching storm this morning, the 3 fleets rushed to get a race underway but unfortunatlly the squall caused some huge chaos and the fleets were sent back to shore. Once … Continue Reading ››
The first regatta of the year is always the toughest as its been several months since the last serious sailing and the hands are pretty tender come January. Nonetheless, a trip to Miami in the middle if winter is exactly what any sailor needs.
A quick report from day 1 in Miami @ the caviliga regatta.
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US Windsurfing and U.S. Sailing proudly announce a new two-day Beginning Windsurfing Instructor training course. The new course makes it easy for those already holding Level 1 Small Boat Certification to earn beginning windsurfing certification in one-half the time and at significantly less cost than the standard four-day course.
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