Sean O'Brien: 7th Australian Formula Windsurfing title

Sean O'Brien recaptured the Australian Formula Windsurfing title, after an action-packed 11 races taking place at Georges River Sailing Club, in Sydney.

O'Brien clinched the seventh Australian Formula Windsurfing title of his career during the 2014 Downunder Pro, an event won by Jesper Vesterstrom by a very narrow margin.

With three races scheduled on the last day, and with Vesterstrom winning the first of the morning in relatively light winds, Sean O'Brien needed to dig deep in the second race to have a chance to come back.


Peter Volwater: he nows what starboard means

Peter Volwater has joined the Starboard windsurfing team.

The versatile Dutchman will be sailing with iSonics under his feet and KA sails in his hands. He has just finished third in the Lancelin Ocean Classic marathon with his new equipment.

"I will continue to pursue my ambition to win PWA races and also to defend the Dutch National title. I'm training and preparing for it here in Margaret River, Western Australia at the moment", says Peter Volwater.


Windsurfing marathons: long and exhausting

The Port Phillip Downwinder is making an attempt for the longest windsurfing race in the world.

The windsurfing event will be held in Melbourne's scenic Port Phillip Bay, and aims to enter the Guinness World Records, on the weekend of the 8th-9th February, 2014.

Windsurfers from around the state will descend on Victoria's beaches to prove their abilities in the Port Phillip Downwinder, a challenging 30-kilometer windsurfing endurance race.