Antoine Albeau: raising his fist once again | Photo: Carter/PWA World Tour

Antoine Albeau has been crowned the king of the Fuerteventura PWA Grand Slam 2014, in the Canary Islands, after five fantastic days of racing.

In the eighth elimination round, Josh Angulo was the only man to start by the pin as everyone else opted to start by the boat. But Angulo's gamble paid off as he crossed the line in first place.

The American couldn't hold his lead into the opening mark though as Antoine Albeau stormed down the opening reach to take control of the last race.

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MacRae Wylde: amazed with the Gorge Cup victory

MacRae Wylde has sailed to victory at the Gorge Cup 2014, the second event of the US National Racing Tour season.

The Gorge Cup Race Series is one of the most important windsurfing events in the USA. The best American Slalom windsurfers converged on the Hood River for another clash.

On the first day of races, Wylde had an average performance. He finished the day in fourth, with one bullet, and a couple of thirds.

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2014 Techno 293 World Championship: great winds in Brest

The fastest windsurfers have been crowned at the 2014 Techno 293 World Championship, in Brest France.

Carlo Ciabatti is the Youth Boys world champion. With an unassuming start, 23rd on the leaderboard at the end of the first race, the 15-year-old Italian clawed his way up day by day. Next was 13th, and then came fifth and finally a first place.

Lucie Pianazza claimed the Youth Girls world title and took the first seven bullets of the championship. An emphatic win with less than half the points of her nearest rival, Katy Spychakov who was second in the junior fleet at the 2013 Worlds.

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