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01/16/2012 - created by Ed Sinclair

Antoine Albeau on RRD

Nineteen times world windsurfing champion, Antoine Albeau joins the magnificent RRD team for the next three years.

Antoine Albeau (RRD / NeilPryde) is one of the highest profile athletes in windsurfing having achieved so much in his astounding career. His vast amount of knowledge and experience on the water make him an incredibly valuable asset to any windsurfing team.

RRD excitedly state: “The whole RRD family in Grosseto, Italy, is extremely happy to welcome Antoine Albeau into the RRD team!

His experience on all types of water states all over the world is second to none and he will push our R&D team to the next level, developing boards and technologies that focus purely on top performance.

We know Antoine is a highly demanding sailor and a perfectionist when it comes to preparing his equipment prior to a race. We gladly take the challenge with him to prove to the world that together we are a race winning combination, with standout equipment to match.

Antoine will also help us in the development of new SUP boards designs where he has gained great experience and is capable of precious inputs and suggestions to develop new standards for this important new water sport.”

To find out more head to the RRD website HERE or check out Albeau’s website HERE.

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