Finnish wave sailor Tuomo Naalisvaara (Starboard, Severne) continues to show defiance in the face of adversity and rip harder than ever, despite hailing from the cold shores of the Baltic Sea, which are known to freeze during the coldest periods of winter.

Tuomo had his chance to showcase his skills to the international audience at his first PWA event in Tiree, Scotland in 2007. Following this event, Tuomo spent the winter hard at work training in Maui, and flies to Pozo this month in preparation for the PWA Gran Canaria event.

Helping him on his crusade are four big companies that believe in Tuomo’s goal to reach the top of the sport, and have pledged their full support to make what once appeared unreachable, a reality.

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Tonix productions proudly present the story of the 2007 World Windsurfing season. Follow the best windsurfers in the world as they tour the globe’s best windsurfing spots, and fight for world titles in wave, freestyle and Slalom.

Eyewitness life threatening mast high Cape Verde swell, set alongside slalom racing in over 40 knots of wind, and jaw dropping freestyle only meters away from the beach.

The golden season for the elite world tour included the historic Cabo Verde World Cup, in addition to 10 other events, 4 brand new stops, 3 disciplines, 6 world titles and 100% wind.

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Spain rise to the top of the national standings in the latest release of the ISAF World Sailing Rankings. Led by Marina ALABAU (ESP), who holds the world #1 spot in the Women’s RS:X, Spain now has five crews Ranked amongst the top-three in the world across the 11 Olympic events.

Men's Windsurfer - RS:X

Przemyslaw MIARCZYNSKI (POL) stays top for the fourth consecutive of the Men’s RS:X Rankings, a bronze medal at the European Championship in Brest the latest addition to his trophy cabinet. However, world #2 Joao RODRIGUES (POR) has closed the gap on the leader, cutting the points’ difference at the top to less than 50 after he was crowned 2008 European Champion in France.

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