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Slalom

South Island Cup Round 1

Sat 5 Dec 2009 - Sun 6 Dec 2009
Dunedin

What: Sporting Event. Start Time: Saturday, December 5 at 10:30am. End Time: Sunday, December 6 at 4:30pm
Where: Dunedin, NZ. To see more details and RSVP, follow the link below:
http://www.facebook.com/n/?event.php&eid=162740829132&mid=1509ec7G1fd4f5...

Slalom

Slalom windsurfing is for the windsurfers who love to combine speed with tactical challenges. Slalom windsurfing is an internationally renowned high-wind sport. Slalom windsurfing was a rage during the 80's and the early 90's. Its popularity slowly declined due to the complicated quiver (collection of windsurfing equipments) required to sail efficiently at top wind speeds.

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

National Slalom Competition 2010

Thu 4 Feb 2010 - Sun 7 Feb 2010
Dunedin

also includes Masters Games

Dinnis wins US Windsurfing Title

New Zealand boardsailer James Dinnis has won the US Windsurfing Nationals at The Gorge adding to his NZ title. Maui Sails reports: http://www.sail-world.com/NZ/Dinnis-wins-US-Windsurfing-Title/59579

Gun Okato windsurfer cleans up

Okato's James Dinnis has beaten the best windsurfers in the United States.

The Taranaki man yesterday won the open men's event at the US windsurfing championships at the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon, taking out seven of the 11 races.

"He was pretty stoked when I talked to him this morning," his wife, Vanessa, said. "But he couldn't take the title because he wasn't an American.

"The title was awarded to the winner of the grand masters division ... he was the American with the highest points over the 11 races."

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National Slalom event makes local newspapers - great coverage for sport.

The recently completed National Slalom event in Dunedin made great reading in 2 local newspapers. A great article on James Dinnis in the Tranaki Daily Times, and equally good coverage of Sue Bradley's win in the ODT make good reading.

Report: The New Zealand Windsurfing Slalom Nationals for the 2008-2009 season.

Thirty four competitors descended on Otago Harbour for the New Zealand Slalom Nationals running over four days from 5 to 8 February 2009. Gareth wood was the hot favourite, defending the men’s title and still fizzing from being joint winner of the Australian Slalom Champs in November 2008. In the Women’s competition, Annie Crombie returned from Christchurch to defend her title.  

National Slalom Champ Titles go to James Dinnis and Sue Bradley

James Dinnis, of Taranaki, won the open men's grade in the national windsurfing championships on Otago Harbour, winning all but one of the 21 races. Sue Bradley, of Queenstown, won the women's open grade, finishing just ahead of Annie Crombie, of Christchurch. In the over-50 men's grade, Tim Wood, of Auckland, was a convincing winner.

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