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NEXTFINAL - NZ software designed for NZ events being piloted by NZ windsurfers


Windsurfing NZ members piloting NEXTFINAL
a software solution which makes sport competition events
easier to manage and more engaging to follow

The article is written by Andrew Konstantinov. He is a software engineer, when at work, and is a
windsurfer, when in the water.
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First of all, I would like to say “Big Thank You” to Josh Dalley, Laurence Carey and Bruce Spedding
for providing the continuous feedback and sharing insights on how the ideal solution for

Windsurfing NZ Public Liability Insurance update 2014-2015

The latest insurance documents have been uploaded - although the current policy expires today we have an extension for 2 weeks while the policy is rolled over. This policy covers Windsurfing NZ and all its affiliated clubs and associations. It also covers kitesurfing activities.

Bay of Plenty windsurfers club - expressions of interest

If you live in the BOP region and would be interested in meeting up with other windsurfers for social and/or competitive activities etc. then visit http://bopwindsurfers.blogspot.com/ and leave a comment and your contact details.

DWA - Have-a-go

Sat 21 Aug 2010
Kitchener St, Dunedin

If you have always wanted to know more about windsurfing but didn't know where to start.
Come down to our clubrooms at 2pm and check it out. All going well (weather permitting) we will have our learning gear out and will be showing people the very basics required to get into windsurfing.
Learn (on land) the basics of getting started.

Thank a coach and win them prizes!

Recognise a great yachting coach with a nomination in the SPARC Volunteer Coach Awards 2010 and win them great prizes. Every nominated coach receives a letter of thanks from your local Regional Sports Trust and goes into a draw to win one of 17 $100 sports vouchers.Three nominated coaches in each region are also awarded regional titles.

Join a club or start your own

A windsurfing club is a great way to get into windsurfing. Your local windsurfing club will will introduce you into your local windsurfing community. A solo sport like windsurfing can make it hard to get advice on where to sail, what to buy and what to do. By joining a club you'll get all these things an so much more. BBQs, film evenings, instruction days, trips away, competitions, friends and sailing partners.

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