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Windsurfing Open Day

Thu 3 Dec 2009
Takapuna


Meet the Legends

Olympic Gold Medallists Barbara Kendall, Tom Ashley and Bruce Kendall
PWA World Champion Scott Fenton

Watch them race and join them on the water!
Find out about our Junior Learn-toWindsurf programme
Become involved in this International Class of Yachting

Come and join the fun!
... and the sausages will be on the BBQ!

Thursday 3rd Decdember 4pm to 7pm
Takapuna Boating Club, Takapuna


RS:X - the Olympic class

The RS:X came about as a result of a successful bid by NeilPryde WIndsurfing to supply one design windsurfing equipment for the 2008 Olympic Games in China. The RS:X was designed in 2004 and went into production in 2005.

Windsurfing options - there are more than you think!

  • Techno 293 - the 'junior' Olympic class, the ideal entry for young sailors. The skills learned here will set kids up for any kind of windsurfing, and of course there's always the possibility of yet another Olympic medal
  • RS:X Olympic - the current Olympic class board on which Tom Ashley won the Beijing Olympic Gold in 2008

ISAF Sailing World Cup - Weymouth results

Men’s RS:X Windsurfing (Fleet of 44)
Antonio Cozzolino – 12th
Richard Ellis – 23rd

Women’s RS:X Windsurfing (Fleet of 27)
Kate Ellingham - 8th
Justina Sellers – 18th
Stefanie Williams – 19th
Jazmine Lynch – 21st

RS:X Worlds 2009

The 2009 RS:X World Windsurfing Championships is just round the corner

The 2009 RS:X World Windsurfing Championships is just round the corner. Starting on August 31st and running through to September 11th. 60 entries from 25 countries have been made in the RS:X Women's windsurfing Worlds and 86 from 30 countries in the RS:X Men's windsurfing Worlds.

In the Women's fleet Yin Jian [CHN] and Alessandra Sensini [ITA] are not registered but Bryony Shaw [GBR] the bronze medal winner at the 2008 Olympic Regatta will be taking on all-comers on her home waters.

The First Youth Olympic Games

YNZ is seeking expressions of interest from sailors who are interested in competing at this event.The first Youth Olympic Games will be hosted by Singapore from 14-24 August, 2010 and will feature all the sports on the programme for the 2012 Olympic Games, but with a more limited number of disciplines and events.

The Youth Olympic Games will gather approximately 3,200 athletes and 800 officials. The sailing competition will feature 100 young sailors aged between 15-16 years in four sailing events: one person dinghy men; one person dinghy women; windsurfing men; and windsurfing women.

Turkey to host 2010 Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championships

The Atakoy Marina in Istanbul, Turkey was presented as the host venue for the 2010 Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championship last week during the 2009 championship recently concluded in Buzios, Brazil.

Istanbul 2010 will mark the 40th edition of the Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championship, the world’s top youth sailing event, with over 300 young sailors from 60-plus nations expected to attend. Competition will take place from 8-17 July across eight events, open to competitors younger than 19 years on 31 December 2010.

'Manaia World Championships' RS:X training for female sailors

RS:X Coach, Dave Robertson, recently organised a training camp which brought together six top female RS:X sailors from New Zealand and Australia. Dave reports on the camp staged at Manaia, Whangarei Heads….

Youth Worlds Conclude, both windsurfers finish in top 10

In the windsurfing classes Lucy Driver was eighth and Ben Mackay was 10th. “Lucy was a real surprise package for us, lifted to eighth overall exceeding our expectations,” says Marty Watson.

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