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10/12/2009

Monkey Is. group
This event was a fantastic success. 20 sailors; 3 sailing locations; awesome wind (approx 20-25 knots both days); 3 clubs meet up- Southern Lakes Club meets the new Invercargill Windsports Club and sailors from Dunedin; BBQ on the Sat night; at least 3 new converts to Wave sailing.... these were just some of the hilights of the recent club weekend.

15/11/2009

Places to sail etc.

08/11/2009

Jan 1-3rd. Simple across the lake and back race series for Windsurfers and Kiters. Details to follow later, but start to think about this as an option for Xmas/New Year, there's always lots of windsurfers and kiters camping there. Very social.

08/11/2009

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...

19/08/2009

See if your windsurfing club qualifies for free postage
http://www.nzpost.co.nz/Cultures/en-NZ/AboutUs/Sponsorship/CommunityPost...

23/02/2009

In mild, wet, but calm and peaceful conditions on Saturday morning, friends and family gathered at Jardines Beach, south of Jacks Point, to unveil a memorial and remember windsurfer Jude Green who died on the lake just over a year ago.

16/02/2009

This year's Big Queenstown Downwinder windsurfing and kite boarding race will be especially poignant for many participants. The race is open to all and is a social day out with a competitive edge. This year, the annual event, organised by The Southern Lakes Wind Riders Club, will also be a memorial for Queenstown windsurfer Jude Green who died on Lake Wakatipu a year ago today.

13/02/2009
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.
01/12/2008

The death of a Queenstown woman while windsurfing on Lake Wakatipu this year was a "tragic accident", Otago Southland Regional coroner David Crerar has found. In his formal findings released at the weekend, Mr Crerar said office worker Judith Kaye Green (51) died at Woolshed Bay on February 16 after she fell from her board.

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