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The latest rankings for all Olympic Classes have been released today (03 July 2002) and are published on the ISAF website:


What a welcome to Fiji for our first group! Warm 0 knot winds awaited our first groups arrival and the first 7 days was enjoyed with 5.0 - 6.0 sails, laning conditions and great Windsurfing!


Large parts of the northern third of New Zealand have been targeted by MetService with severe weather warnings or put under a severe weather watch for wind-driven rain during Thursday.


According to MetService, the snow that closed Highway One across Canterbury Plains today may take a while to clear.


The Windsurfing Bible, a series of 16 books of instruction for beginning, intermediate and advanced windsurfers, is now available on the internet: www....


Water Safety New Zealand today released the provisional drowning figure for the month of May stating that 10 people drowned, bringing the drowning total for the year to 57.


* An American survey shows children who go boating are healthier both physically and mentally than those who stay ashore.


A compendium of news, press releases and other informaton from the IWA and it's affiliated bodies


To be held at the Bucklands Bay Yacht Club, Ara Tai, Halfmoon Bay, Auckland

Saturday 29th June 9:30am


MetService forecasters have issued a new Special Weather Advisory for all southern districts. Bitterly cold southerly winds are expected to peak overSouthland and Otago on Tuesday morning.

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