Tom Monnet: heading to the Lake Garda cliffs | Photo: Patrik Pollak

Tom Monnet and Noy Drihan have been crowned the 2014 Techno 293 European champions, in the Under 17 division, at Lake Garda, Italy.

The event attracted the largest number of windsurfers in the history of the Techno 293 European Championships. A total of 300 athletes from 27 countries competed in five divisions.

Tom Monnet, 14, totally blew away the competition to take the Under 17 Boys European champion title, with a clear 27-point lead over his nearest rivals, Alec Herledan and Titouan Le Bosq.


Moana Delle: the last regatta of her career

Piotr Myszka and Moana Delle claimed the gold medals at the 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyères, in France.

Polish windsurfers were leading the top three places of the podium before the Men's RS:X medal race. While Piotr Myszka had secured gold and Pawel Tarnowski the silver trophy, bronze medal was far from certain.

Przemyslaw Miarczynski had the advantage, but Dorian Van Rijsselberge was breathing down his neck. Van Rijsselberge knew what he had to do and ahead of the medal race looked focused on the race course.


The Origami Windsurfer: expensive folding art | Photo: Craig Folds Five

Rigging up a windsurfer might be easy, but how good are you in Origami mode?

Origami is the traditional art of paper folding. It was born in the 17th century, in Japan. Today, you can do anything in Origami. All you need is will, patience and a square sheet of paper.

Craig Folds Five, an Origami craftsman, has been making art with US dollar bills. His impressive technique gives money a new symbolism. A spectacular windsurfer is part of his artwork collection.