PWA News

The fans are all set to roll for the second London indoor windsurfing championships, with PWA action scheduled to commence on the 14th of January and continue through to the 16th of January 2005.

 

Those that remember the amazing stunts and sensational...

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December 18, 2004


Q: Was 2004 a good season for you?

 


VF: Yes and no. It was really a fantastic year because I’ve been to many places just sailing for fun. The bad thing was that we only had two on-shore wave events so that made it very difficult for everyone to show...

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Here’s a letter we received from 2004 Wave World Champion - Scott McKercher that he wrote to us the other day.

 


Hi All Whoa what a year!

 

 


Getting home and a million and one things to do, all good though, stoked to get back.

 

 


MMMmmm


So what...

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PWA Update and 2005 Calendar

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RECORD FALLS!

 

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Finian Maynard beat the outright speed sailing record held by Yellow Pages …twice. ….once on Saturday, Nov. 13, 2004…once on Sunday. On his best run, Finian averaged 46.82 kts over 500 meters to put the world sailing...

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2004 has been an incredible year for the PWA World Tour with the crème de la crème of the worlds windsurfing talent battling out at thirteen cranking events during the year for nearly a million Euros in prize money. The tour hit locations all around the...

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PWA: Hi Matt, how does it feel to be the world’s first ever PWA SuperX

champ?

 


MP: It feels pretty good because that was on my list of goals for this year. I knew I could do it, I just had to focus and let it all hang out. This was my second World...

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Tantalizingly close conditions maintain suspense up until the last minute but tour leaders hold out for glory.

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Only tension and frustration on the menu as the weather serves up tantalizingly close conditions, but not quite enough.

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13.30

 

Clear skies and very light airs greeted the waiting fleet at this mornings skippers meeting. Weather forecasters were predicting solid 9-12 knot Westerly winds for the afternoon however, so hope remained in the hungry eyes of the championship...

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Early winds help tighten up the title race as competition continues in France.

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Albeau throws down the gauntlet to Allen as Staszewska puts the cat well and truly among Shreeve’s pigeons.

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Tension builds as light winds leave frustrated sailors marooned on the beach

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The time for talking is over as Allen and Albeau square up for the final bout and Shreeve digs in to defend her lead.

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The world’s elite racers are currently bound for the south of France to compete in Almanarre, traditionally one of the most prestigious race venues on the PWA world tour. With registration set to take place on the 17th of October and action running...

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Albeau takes race victory, Williams slips into second, Mckercher 2004 overall wave champion, Moreno retains wave title!

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