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Tahiti Freeride Cup/Championnat de Polynésie

Sat 14 Jul 2018 - Thu 19 Jul 2018
Uturoa, Raiatea, Tahiti


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Come and join us on the Raiatea/Tahaa lagoon, with friends, family or just as a passionate windsurfeur who enjoy riding in friendly atmosphere!!!

Big contingent went from NZ in 2017 and had a great time - really well organised with travel, food, accommodation and gear transport. Check out with anyone who went in 2017 (or earlier). Great for partners too, add extra days to see the sights...

2015 PWA Airwaves Noumea Dream Cup

4 kiwis competing - Laurence Carey, Tim Wood, Jack Holliday, Daniel Thomas - watch them live!

Urgent input into IFCA AGM wanted, including possible representative and nomination.

Here is a reminder about the IFCA AGM to which we (WNZ) are entitled to send a representative to vote (Thursday 23rd July 2015 during the world championships on Sylt, Germany). membership of IFCA allows our members to compete in overseas events. We need to email the name of our representative by 22nd , to ifca@internationalwindsurfing.com
Three (3) of the outgoing committee will certainly be up for re—election (Bruno, Eric and Ruben) – but there is room for new blood on the committee if we wish to propose someone. Alternatively , they are happy to receive by email our comments on the Agenda. Agenda and last years AGM minutes are available for download (click through). If anyone reading this would be available to represent WNZ at the meeting, or is willing to stand please contact me (Bruce Spedding) urgently ...

We are Team New Zealand

Tomorrow, and in the days to come there'll be a piece of ETNZ sailing with me on the water, and I'm sure this will hold true for all kiwi windsurfers. We've all known defeat, but winning is not why we sail, it's the pure joy of sailing, the challenge of doing better, of trying again and again and pulling off the perfect move, just once in a day, a week, or a lifetime. That's what sailing is all about, and ETNZ have embodied that. Well done guys from Windsurfing NZ, you have been inspirational and we are so proud to be kiwis because of your efforts. Thanks ... from Windsurfing NZ.

Australia and most of the Pacific Island nations support the decision for kite-board racing for the Olympics

Yachting New Zealand has confirmed that both Area L (SW Pacific) representatives will be voting in favour of kiteboards at the upcoming Annual meeting of the International Sailing Federation, despite lodging its own submission which supports the re-reinstatement of the Windsurfer as an Olympic event. Understandably this has created a great deal of consternation and anger in New Zealand, particularly in the windsurfing community.

Project Windsurf-UK - another model for New Zealand Windsurfing to follow

Project Windsurf-UK was officially launched as an RYA initiative at the National Windsurfing Festival. Publicity will now start to go out and they would encourage everyone to help spread the word... Their aim is to get groups and individuals to sign up, for individuals to then join a local group (or start one if one doesn't exist) - and the most important bit...to translate online chat into on-water windsurfing action! They'd like to see more people going windsurfing more often, and make their windsurfing experience more social by joining up with a local group. Online tools include a to visit the virtual bar in the forum to introduce yourself and order your free drink!

UK National Windsurfing Week 2011 launched by Nick Dempsey

National Windsurfing Week 2011 - Olympic bronze medallist and Team Volvo for life sailor, RS:X windsurfer Nick Dempsey encouraged people to dust off their boards and get out on the water for the event which brings the whole windsurfing community together, National Windsurfing Week 2011 (NWW).

Blind windsurfer aims to cross the Strait of Gibraltar

The Surf Center Arte Vida, in Tarifa, and NorthSails Spain have worked together with Xavier Mandico, a blind sports man who has developed a program for blind windsurfers. Using a radio set Xavier is connected to a second windsurfer and is therefore able to do what he always wanted to do: Windsurfing!

RS:X Worlds - Ashley and Tobin dominate with 1, 2 after day 2

In stark contrast to yesterday’s marginal winds, so conditions came alive on the Bay of Kerteminde , Denmark , for day two of the RS:X World Championships with 20 knot winds and brilliant sunshine. While China with 8 sailors dominates the Women’s RS:X, New Zealand holds the top two spots in the Men’s class, with Beijing gold medallist Tom Ashley on 14, just a point ahead of team mate Jon-Paul Tobin, tied for second with Greece’s Byron Kokalanis and Poland’s Przemyslaw Miarczynski.

Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta - RS:X windsurfing - J P Tobin finishes 6th and Tom Ashley 11th

The 2010 Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta gold races are completed. Natalia Kosinska is best finisher for NZL Women in 24th place.

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