PWA News

Wave World Champion, Daida Moreno talks to John Carter about her championship, her sister and her favorite sailing moves.

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The structure of the IWA has now been reinforced at its first official meeting for 2002 at Boot, Dus

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The Professional Windsurfers Association (PWA) today announces two new partners that will push the Windsurfing World Tour forwards to a greater presence on the international sporting landscape. Sportshows Television Limited have been appointed as the new...

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A few words with Wave World Champion, Bjorn Dunkerbeck, on his winning season and his plans for 2002

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Debugging News Article

January 1, 2002

Debug Test

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John Carter hit the road with Josh Stone and three young guns from Team JP - Part Two.

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The first in a series of articles by John Carter highlighting some of the top windsurfers and their favorite sailing and playing equipment.

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John Carter hit the road with Josh Stone and three young guns from Team JP - Part One.

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So far four sailors with possibly more joining as we go to press, a dedicated team of sailors who have joined up with a pro sports coach, Scott Sanchez. The goal…To win!…To be champions and so far they have done pretty darn well!

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John Carter catches up with Antoine Albeau of France, this year’s winner of the PWA freestyle tour for the following short interview

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PWA Launches New Web Site

November 27, 2001

The Professional Windsurfers Association is pleased to announce the launch of their new Website –pwaworldtour.com. Our new site is the most powerful yet, this database driven Website allows Pro sailors to build our Website from the inside...

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The wind refused to play ball here on the final day of the 2001 PWA Irish Wave Grand Prix, which means Jason Polakow (JP, Neil Pryde) and Karin Jaggi (F2, Arrows) are the winners in their men’s and women’s respective single elimination’s.

 

On his road...

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Jason Polakow (Neil Pryde/JP) and Karin Jaggi (Arrows/F2) clinched today’s competition in near perfect down the line wave riding, on the fifth day of the Ireland Wave 2001.

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The sky was blue, the sun was warm and the waves were fantastic. Ideal conditions to start the event.

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As expected, it was another calm day today with a direct onshore westerly breeze rolling in off the sea at Brandon Bay. Hourly announcements to crew and the sailors kept everyone informed as to what the current situation was, but the weather did not...

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A clear sunny day greeted the professional wave sailors today, the first day of the PWA Ireland Wave 2001 Grand Prix, but a light breeze prevented the competitors from getting on the water in the morning.

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