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Taranaki Wave Classic 2011

Fri 21 Oct 2011 - Mon 24 Oct 2011
Taranaki

The Taranaki Wave Classic is continuing to cement its reputation as New Zealand's premier windsurfing event. Held at four possible locations around the Taranaki peninsula’s legendary coastline, the Labour weekend event will sample some of New Zealand's best wind and wave conditions. All skill levels are welcome, with FUN being the main focus, or you can simply come along, chill-out and watch the action. Our goal is for you to have the best time possible, both on and off the water. This means the most epic BBQs, beers, tall stories and sessions in the wind and waves. And to cap a great weekend off this is all followed up by the legendary TWC dinner and party. And who knows, this year maybe your turn to win a state of the art Carbonart Windsurf Board, as well as sails, masts, booms and other wonderful prizes.

Weekend in the Wairarapa

Sat 14 May 2011 - Sun 15 May 2011
Lake Ferry

Coming up is our 2011 Wairarapa weekend on 14th-15th May, so fingers crossed for some better weather. From mid-morning Saturday we'll be based at Lake Ferry - a great freeride, speed and freestyle spot, plus there are the numerous Cape Palliser breaks for wavesailing nearby too.

2011 Wave Nationals - we have a winner!

2011 wave nationals congrats to winner Paul Barron - A Great few days sailing in pumping condition. The Two Pauls were the stand outs of the event. Paul B was super smooth and Paul H was super unlucky breaking three sails at the wrong times.

2011 New Zealand Wave Sailing Nationals update

The Notice of Race is now available for download
http://windsurfingnz.org/content/2011-new-zealand-wave-sailing-nationals

2011 New Zealand Wave Sailing Nationals

Fri 22 Apr 2011 - Mon 25 Apr 2011
Taranaki

The Taranaki Windsurf Club with the help of Carbon Art and Rodgers Dental announce the 2011 New Zealand Wave Nationals
The event is a national-ranking Man-on-Man wave sailing contest run on the Taranaki coast. Seven different coastal locations will serve as the venue and the outcome will be the crowning of a New Zealand wave champion.

Windsurfing magazine - going faster and more ...

How to go faster - 4 point plan, Master wavesailing - wind direction, interview with MauiSails head designer Barry Spanier, wallpapers, videos ... http://windsurfingmag.com/?cmpid=enews112310

WWA - Freewave Round 3 Finale - Clayton Dougan crowned again

Awesome out of control conditions for the third and last round of the Wellington Freewave series for 2010. 40 knots plus at Lyall Bay and grunty logo southerly swell saw another reduced amount of entries. But enough for two heats, a repercharge and a final.

Taranaki Wave Classic

The organisers did a brilliant job of organising the event but could not control the wind - but despite the lack of this essential component a great weekend was had by all. Over 80 windsurfers from as far away as Dunedin spent the weekend floating around on their biggest windsurfers or stand-up paddling (SUP), a popular alternative for windless windsurfers.

Taranaki Wave Classic - a last minute reminder and details

Just a quick message for you all. We will open registration at 9am on Saturday morning 23/10 at the Old Boys Surf Club in Oakura (across the road from the Boardriders club). First briefing will be 10am. A pre warning for you if you want your beverages cold ...

Two weeks until wavesailing heaven at the Taranaki Wave Classic 2010

The month of October is throwing up some great wind and waves in Taranaki, just in time for you to nail some hot new moves before the 2010 TWC. Carbon Art and Rodgers Dental are heading up an awesome range of sponsors; meaning you’ll be able to see the latest windsurfing gear, talk the latest windsurfing talk and live the dream – hanging out in Taradise!

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