Björn Dunkerbeck: he built a museum for all his titles

Windsurfing has earned a well-respected spot in the Guinness World Records, with quite an extensive number of unexpected entries.

The Guinness World Records is a widely recognized authority on record-breaking achievement, but it does not contemplate all windsurfing records.

Nevertheless, we found some curious facts and figures. So, what's officially amazing in the outstanding world of numbers, stunts and rare features?


Formula Windsurfing: Europe is loving it

The 2014 Formula Windsurfing European Cup Series will kick off on the beautiful flat waters of Alqueva, in Alentejo, Portugal.

The Alqueva Dam is one of the largest dams and artificial lakes (250 square kilometers) in Western Europe. The spot is also one of the best places for windsurfing in Portugal.

The best European Formula windsurfers will set sail, on March 1st, 2014, for a long series of exciting races.


Vincent Langer: dressed in Black

Vincent Langer has joined the Point-7 windsurfing team.

The 2013 German windsurfing champion is making a full return to the Black Team, two years after leaving the brand.

"In my heart I was always Black. It was good to gain experience from in other brands, and now I'm back and super excited. I feel like I have been Formula Windsurfing my whole life. I really like it as it is more tactical that Slalom", says Langer.