Lars Petersen: 46 and charging | Photo: Carter/PWA

He is one of the windsurfing veterans on the PWA World Tour. Lars Petersen, 46, is still fired up.

The Danish has had a fulfilling career. In the past three decades, he participated in more than 50 world cup events, countless national competitions, and tested over 400 windsurf boards.

The road to professional windsurfing has never been never easy, but Lars Petersen is happy with the outcome. That is why he decided to share his "Fire" with us.

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Yoav Omer: Malaysia didn't want him in the country | Photo: RS:X Class

Malaysia might be banned from World Sailing after prohibiting two Israeli windsurfers from competing at the Youth Sailing World Championships held in Langkawi.

The world governing body for the sport of sailing, with the full co-operation of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), investigated the incidents in which two top-ranked RS:X windsurfers from Israel - Yoav Omer and Noy Drihan - were not allowed to enter Malaysia in late December 2015.

Before reaching a final decision, World Sailing write to both the Malaysian Sailing Association and the Israel Yachting Association and address the conclusions reached in the London meeting.

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Matteo Iachino: fully equipped with Starboard and Point-7 | Photo: Point-7

Matteo Iachino has signed with Starboard and Point-7. The Italian windsurfer makes a strategic move for 2016, after finishing third in the 2015 PWA Slalom World Tour with Fanatic and North Sails.

He is probably the best Transalpine slalom windsurfer in the world right now. Iachino only needed 67 points to clinch the maiden world title last season but, this time, he has two new trumps: a new board and a new sail.

Andrea Cucchi, founder of Point-7, is happy and proud to have the Italian back in the team. Matteo will be riding the AC-1 black sail in the upcoming competitions.

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