- 13 January 2016 | Windsurfing
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.
- 11 January 2016 | Windsurfing
Sarah Hauser is the star of "Girl On Wave," a documentary that reveals how the New Caledonian conquered the 2015 American Windsurfing Tour (AWT).
Hauser is more than a highly skilled wave windsurfer. She is a force of Nature, and an inspiring athlete. Sarah has braved stormy seas in uber-windy conditions, and her first appearance on the PWA World Tour in 2014 confirmed her natural talent.
After receiving her masters in computer science and applied mathematics, Sara Hauser took on a few jobs like anyone else. The young pianist - she studied classical piano at the New Caledonia Conservatory of Music for 12 years - wanted to increase her skills before dedicating her life to what she really loved: windsurfing.
- 07 January 2016 | Windsurfing
Kevin Greenslade has been named the UKWA's Windsurfer of the Year 2015.
The UK Windsurfing Association (UKWA) announced that Greensdale, one of the fastest speed windsurfers in the British Isles, earned the most votes from the public.
"I am absolutely blown away to have received the news that I have been voted the UKWA Windsurfer of the Year. I would like to congratulate the other nominees in their achievements during 2015, and am sure they will all go onto bigger better achievements in 2016," expressed Kevin Greenslade.