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Windsurfing Slalom South Island Cup Results

Final results for South Island Cup Round 1 and 2
South Island Cup Round 1 - 2014 / 2015, 23rd November 2014, Naval point YC Lyttleton, 5 Point Down wind Slalom, 15 - 22kn Nor east
South Island Cup Round 2 - 2014 / 2015, 29th & 30th November 2014, Otago University Rowing Club, Figure 8, Sat; WSW 20kn gusting 10, Sunday; W 18kn gusting 25 Bloody Cold !!
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Southern Lakes Windriders - Glenorchy Fun Weekend

Sat 6 Dec 2014 - Sun 7 Dec 2014
Glenorchy, Queenstown

Find attached and below more information about the Clubs' Glenorchy Fun weekend coming up this next weekend. Its shaping up well to be a really good one, with lots of fun activities planned, oodles of prizes, a band specially on at the pub Saturday night, cheap accomodation, and even a photo competition for friends, family and locals to get involved with. Read on.. and pass on the leaflets attached. See you there we hope....

Activities planned include;

Reminder: Eastbourne Slalom Plus - windsurfing racing and social weekend

The 2014 Slalom Plus event at Eastbourne in Wellington this weekend is shaping up to be a great social event as well as a great competition. Thanks to everyone that has entered already - if you haven't and want to get involved - Enter online at http://wwa.org.nz and you go in the draw for a $50 Havana Coffee voucher.
Friday night - early arrivals and locals can take advantage of the Eastbourne Brew’d Tavern Friday night free BBQ and Happy Hour starting at 5pm.

Laurence's PWA New Caledonia adventure #4 - wrap up

(Laurence's final posting from the event)
It has been an awesome experience coming to New Caledonia for the PWA. Below is a quick overview of how I felt the event went and what happened in today's racing.

Todays racing

Today the forecast didn't come as expected and was overcast in the morning. This made the sea breeze kick in later which is why we only completed one round.

Laurence's PWA New Caledonia adventure #3

Well its been a huge week of racing for me and everyone. The trade wind's have been strong every day, which have made for three days of hectic racing. The afternoons have been the strongest winds around 20-25knots constant.

Tomorrow is the final day

Over the last two days we have had another five eliminations. I have had a mixture of results where I am finally starting to feel comfortable with the location and wind. Tomorrow is the last day of racing where it is expected to be the windiest day so far (around 30+knots). Check out the live feed on the PWA website for all the action.

South Island Cup Round 1 2

Sat 29 Nov 2014 - Sun 30 Nov 2014
Dunedin

Dunedin Windsports Assn club rooms, Kitchener St, Dunedin
dwa.windsurfingnz.org
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dunedin-Windsports-Association/1313449168...

South Island Cup Round 1

Sat 22 Nov 2014 - Sun 23 Nov 2014
Naval Point, Lyttleton, Christchurch

Skippers meeting at 12 noon Saturday, and Sunday, which looks more promising. Round 2 is the following weekend in Dunedin.

Canterbury Windsports Assn. news November 2014

The committee met last night and noted there are a number of events coming up and that the combination on the CWA lock at Naval Point has changed – paid up members can find the new combination under the CWA website Members only menu.

22-23 November (this weekend!) – South Island Cup Round 1 at Naval Point, Lyttelton. Skippers meeting at 12 noon Saturday, and Sunday, which looks more promising. Round 2 is the following weekend in Dunedin.

29-30 November – The North Wave Classic at Waikuku. Kitesurf, windsurf, SUP – whatever takes your fancy.

Laurence's PWA New Caledonia adventure #2

After two days of no wind, Noumea has certainly decided to deliver. The next four days are forecast to be the same strength as today (20+knots). It will be a huge battle where fatigue will be a huge factor. Today was an absolutely epic day! Words can't express how much I have learnt but also how much fun I had.

PWA - New Caledonia

Elimination 1

Laurence's PWA New Caledonia adventure #1

PWA - New Caledonia

After an absolutely hectic semester at university, I finished exams on Friday (November 14th). I had a look at the forecast for the next day and a solid 30+knots was forecast. I wasn’t planning on sailing however there was the North Island Champs so I couldn't say no to a bit of competition. Thpacking.

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