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An interesting positive statistic for out sport...

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

IWA WEBNEWS No 9. JUNE 2002

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

NOTICE OF THE 2002 WINDSURFING NEW ZEALAND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

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

Saturday 29th June 9:30am

Wintry Conditions in South to get Worse.

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.

Escape to Rarotonga

Now, Rotorua's not a bad place and I'm not knocking it, however when you get a chance to swap a winter there for three months in the balmy climate of Rarotonga you'd have to be a bit of a masochist to turn it down.

New Raceboard website

The new Raceboard website is now loaded and active.

Go to www.raceboard.org to view and bookmark.

Professional Windsurfer's Association (PWA) has joined the IWA

The International Windsurfing Association Ltd. (IWA) is pleased to announce that the Professional Windsurfer's Association (PWA) has joined the IWA as an Associate Member.

2002 YACHTING NEW ZEALAND YOUTH TEAM ANNOUNCED

Released 2 April 2002:

2002 YACHTING NEW ZEALAND YOUTH TEAM ANNOUNCED

Yachting New Zealand is delighted to announce the selection of the members of the 2002 Yachting New Zealand Youth Team.

Jon-Paul Tobin towards Athens in 2004.

Jon-Paul TobinNew Zealand Olympic Board Sailor
Challenge for Olympic Victory

Barbara Kendall - World Champion Windsurfer

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