Kona One Design

Only in its 4th season as an established class, the Kona One met the ISAF criteria's and was acknowledged with an overwhelming 11 to 2 majority vote at the 2009 ISAF conference last November - among the 13 international delegates.

Our philosophy, aim and focus have brought us from a notion to a renowned direction in modern windsurfing. A direction that is built on simplicity, fair tactical sailing and versatility.

In contrast to technical and physical classes, the easy accessible Kona Class is being celebrated as "the open door" to windsurfing. Not only are we proud of such "award", but also extremely happy for all the positive feedback from obliged "wanna be and born again" windsurfers from all over the world.

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Speed World Cup 2010

It is a difficult task in nowadays economical situation to finalize a full events calendar for Speed Windsurfing and Kiteboarding, that’s why most of the events below are still to be confirmed.

Most of them only need a signature under the contract, but a few are really hard to realize. We do our very best to confirm the remaining events as soon as possible.

The world championships will be held in Fuerteventura for both Windsurfers and Kiteboarders, and we are working hard to get everybody back to Walvis Bay in Autumn for a combined event.

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2010 Asian Windsurfing Championships

Michael Cheng Chun Meung (HKG 16) and Siripon Kawduang Ngam (THA 57) emerged as 2010 Asian Champions after a further two races on day 6 of the Championships.

Both sailors went into the final day in pole position and despite two firsts for Chen Mubin (CHN 23) in the boys fleet, it was not enough to overhaul the overnight leader. Lee Chun Tiung (HKG 40) took the final podium positon.

In the girls fleet Siripon added another two wins in races 9 &10 to compliment the two first on the previous day of racing. She excelled in the lighter winds that predominated in the second half of the regatta. Lin Hai Xia (CHN 22) and Man Ka Kei (HKG 37) held on to take second and third overall - with other members of the China team close behind.

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