- 26 February 2014 | Windsurfing
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- 25 February 2014 | Windsurfing
Alex Mussolini has been living with his family in El Medano, Tenerife, for six years.
Although his young kids take him a lot of time, he always finds time to hit the windy waters of the Spanish region.
On the 24th January, 2014, Mussolini had an epic wave windsurfing session at El Cabezo Beach. There were 50 knots of wind gusts on offer, in an almost uncrowded line-up.
- 23 February 2014 | Windsurfing
A Cuban windsurfer has successfully crossed the Straits of Florida, between Cuba and the United States of America.
Henry Vergara Negrin, 24, left Jibacoa, near Havana, and reached Key West, Florida, in nine and half hours. The total distance is of 105 miles (170 kilometers).
The Cuban sailor was only carrying a water bottle and a picture of his girlfriend. "In those minutes, in those hours, you cannot get tired. You have to be very strong," Negrin told.