Jesper Vesterstrom: Danish victory in Australian waters

Jesper Vesterstrom has conquered the Downunder Pro 2014, at Botany Bay, Sydney, Australia.

The final day of the 2014 Downunder Pro - Formula Windsurfing Oceanic and Australian Championships got underway with only two points separating first and second overall.

Sean O'Brien, who was right behind the leader, had a good starboard start to lead towards the first mark, before a mistake downwind opened the door for his rival Jesper Vesterstrom.


Steve Allen: windsurf marathoner

Steve Allen has successfully defended his Lancelin Ocean Classic title. The Australian won the 29th edition of the windsurfing marathon.

Despite a dramatic false start, Steve Allen has ended up smiling again, as he claimed his second consecutive Lancelin Ocean Classic trophy.

The Australian windsurfer completed the 25-kilometer race, from Ledge Point to Lancelin, in 29 minutes and 59 seconds, only 13 seconds ahead Isaac Devries, who finished runner-up.


Philip Köster: the loop master

Philip Köster has taken out the Wave division of the Lancelin Ocean Classic 2014, in Western Australia.

The opening events got underway in perfect weather conditions. Sailors had 20 knots of wind, and 6-foot waves peeling in front of their eyes, thanks to a powerful ground swell.

Mother nature delivered some of the best conditions the tournament has seen for this year’s opening event. A 20-knot breeze combined with four to six foot waves had spectators licking their lips.