Peter Volwater

Peter Volwater won the 2010 Lancelin Ocean Classic, held in Western Australia.

The winner completed the longest running windsurfing event in Australia in 27m58s.

Patrik Diethelm was second with 28m11s and Steve Allen got third with a total time of 28m34s.

In the Women's windsurfing marathon, Karin Jaggi was the best. She completed the 2010 Lancelin Ocean Classic in 34m52.

Annika Gillgren was second, followed by Kanza Stott.

The event was held in excellent conditions. Wind and swell have really hit Lancelin.

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Team USA Windsurfing

A junior race camp in the warm waters of Florida’s Central Coast, at a time when windsurfing gear elsewhere in the country is encased in five inches of ice – brilliant! For the second year in a row, top junior racers from across the U.S. and Canada headed to the Banana River Resort in Cocoa Beach – just south of NASA’s Cape Canaveral - to cure their post-Christmas blues. You know, the letdown that comes with realizing yet again that Santa doesn’t windsurf.

National coaches Karen Marriott, Dominique Vallee and Britt Viehman rounded us up for four days of intense physical training and on-the-water practice on Techno 293 and RS:X - the rigs used in international competition. Every day started with a jog on the beach. I realize this doesn’t sound too bad: a jog on the beach, watching the sun rise over the Atlantic, in December, dude, where do I sign up? But it was still cold, 40F or so, and you had to do push ups in the surf if you fell behind. Well, not really, but there was the threat of doing push ups in the surf if you fell behind, and that threat was enough to make many of us fall behind. Actually, mostly me. You know what, let’s talk about sailing!

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Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup

In September 2010, the waves and wind of the northern part of Denmark will welcome the best international windsurfers at the first Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup. A unique event, which is part of the most prestigious windsurfing world cup series worldwide.

The Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup will be staged in the northern part of Jutland 13 to 19 September 2010 and it is all about the “wave performance” discipline in windsurfing.

The Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup embraces the best 48 wave sailing windsurfers in the world, who will no doubt do their utmost to achieve the important world cup points and qualify for the prize of 30,000 Euro.

The Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup is meant to be an annual event in the village of Klitmøller,- the capitol of Cold Hawaii.

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