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NeilPryde RS:X Class Association

In 2004 the International Sailing Federation felt that a change was required for Olympic Windsurfing equipment as the ISAF President, Paul Henderson, did not feel that the current class reflected what was being sailed around the world. ISAF held Evaluation Trials and the final decision was to appoint the NeilPryde RS:X as the new Olympic Windsurfing Equipment. The decision to appoint NeilPryde RS:X was taken due to speed, design, concept, packaging, programme, presentation and the support of NeilPryde.

Barbara Kendall and Tom Ashley win Gold in Spain

Barbara Kendall and Tom Ashley won the Neil Pryde RS:X Woman's and Men's windsurfing classes; Andrew Murdoch came second in the Laser Class; and Jo Aleh and Hamish Pepper took thirds in the Laser Radial and Star classes.

Olympic Class Windsurfing History.

Olympic Class Windsurfing History.

Windsurfing has been an Olympic class since 1981.

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