PWA News

Q: How is your recovery from the ankle injury progressing?

 

JP: Well on the way to total recovery. Hoping by Vargas I should be 100 %.

 

Q: What are your plans for the rest of the winter?

 

JP: I am heading out to Hawaii in March and will be based...

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2002 was a great year for the PWA; we have 3 new World Champions and have had some fantastic contests. It was our second full year of independence and we have done all right. We currently have strong membership with over 180 sailors competing in events in...

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Q: How hard is it trying to be an all rounder and compete in all three disciplines?

 

AA: it takes a long time to train for one thing! When I am in Maui during the winter months I have a very busy schedule. I go to the gym in the morning, then usually so...

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Diva Camp 2003

March 14, 2003

The Neil Pryde/Starboard Women’s International Formula Windsurfing Camp

 

Following last years success, we are happy to invite all women who whish to improve their Formula Windsurfing skills to join the Diva camp at Lake Garda, Italy. Anyone can join –...

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Q: You have just moved over to Starboard...how did that all happen?

 

LS: Well I have always heard great news about the company and things have just worked out for me. I'm very excited to be part of the Star Board team. I have been friends with the crew...

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Q: Where is home for you right now?

 

SI: Apart from lots of time on the road, I'm spending more time in Canada now in the summers. Most of the winter months I'm in Maui or other warmer climates training.

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Sailboards Maui, is the historical name of the first windsurfing shop in Maui and the initiator of the windsurfing custom boards and wave sailing lifestyle.

 

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The oldest windsurf freestyle competition of the world. This PWA Freestyle qualifier will be held on one of the windiest beaches on earth; in a town with the best nightlife on world tour. Not only freestyle competition, for the no-windsurfers lots of...

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Let’s face it, not everyone can find perfect windsurfing conditions. Going even further, perfect conditions are different for each and every one of us. I’ve been checking all the forums, and realize that there’s more to windsurfing than what we see in the...

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Q: Congratulations on being a father...How has life changed since the new arrival to the family?

 

BD: Obviously I have been spending a lot more time with the family around the house. I have not been partying as much as I used to but the amount of...

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Kevin Pritchard the current PWA wave champion and Formula worlds Champion has ended his seven-year relationship with BIC and signed a new sponsorship deal with Thailand based board brand Starboard.

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The 2003 PWA world tour calendar opens up with a €25,000 freestyle qualifier on the south coast of France. The Mondial du Vent is a huge well-organized event, which will run this year from the 19th –24th of April with the 19th as registration day.

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Q: What have you been up to over the winter months?

 

VJ: Got back to Gran Canaria from Bonaire on the 20th of December. Had a nice Christmas at home with family and friends. So pretty much relaxing at home the last 2 months, but of course also spending...

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Q: Now the news has had time to sink in how does it feel to be a PWA overall champion?

 

MP: It is the best feeling! I have always dreamed of being the world champ. This year was a long and tough battle right to the end- I'm super stoked

 

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New Years Resolutions!

Believe in them or not. Make them and stick to them or not. Everyone has at one point made at least one! John Carter asks twelve sailors what their resolutions are for 2003!

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After a grueling year on the men?s PWA freestyle tour with four incredible events in Gran Canaria, Fuertevntura, Canada, and Bonaire Matt Pritchard (Gaastra, AHD) has taken the PWA overall freestyle title. Pritchard has been battling away on the PWA...

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