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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2008 i-to-i Competitors
The 2009 i-to-i Race is only 4 weekends away, December 5-6, 2009. The event website www.i-to-i.org
has been updated and the NOR is posted. This is the first race of the 2010 US Windsurfing National Race Tour. Hope to see you there!
Another great event in the calendar. This year the MIAMI PRO-AM will be taking place November 21 - 22 at the US SAILING CENTER MIAMI. Classes include: Formula Pro, Formula Sport, Formula EX, Kona, Techno 293 and Open.
For more information, please visit www.windsurfingtour.com
Time to get ready for the Miami Slalom Series, October 16-18 2009. The race will be held at Virginia Key, Miami. Top PWA and FW Pro champion Gonzalo Costa-Hovel ARG-3 has confirmed his attendance, with more pro riders confirmed soon. Visit Continue Reading ››
Banana River Resort Race - October 31 & November 1st
Banana River Resort Race will take place the weekend of the cancelled Fall Showdown regatta October 31 & November 1st. It was exciting to see the outcry of people that wanted to … Continue Reading ››
The high winds finally returned to Worthington Minnesota on Sept 27 and 28; blowing 25 to 35 knots each day. We had a number of sailors participating.
Andrew Anderson flew in from Oakland California, logged a 32.19 knot run, and took the lead for the 2009 … Continue Reading ››
Four days of epic racing on the Columbia River Gorge was enough for local Bruce "I own this river" Peterson to claim both the course and slalom disciplines for the 2009 US Windsurfing National Championship in Hood River, Oregon. With 83 competitors registered, it was … Continue Reading ››
On June 12-14 Worthington Windsurfers celebrated their 10th anniversary and another USW National Race Tour Event. Aprox. 40 sailors registered, inspite of the rain and light wind forcast. Light winds were almost a relief after last years 30 to 35 mph winds.. (along … Continue Reading ››