French filmmaker Grégoire Schepre has just finished a fascinating new documentary about one of the world tour’s favorite stops on the Estoril coastline at Praia do Guincho.

Over the history of pro tour windsurfing Guincho’s pretty much delivered every time and Grégoire even makes a trip to the University of Lisbon to find out why from the expert meteorologists based there.

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National Windsurfing Week are proud to announce the first UK Premiere in a British cinema of The Windsurfing Movie. “The Windsurfing Movie” at The Prince Charles Cinema near Leicester Square in London, on the evening of Tuesday 29th April.

This will be the first, and probably only, opportunity to see what many feel to be the best film ever made about windsurfing on a big screen. Tickets for the showing are £10 each, and can be booked in advance by calling the box office on 0870 811 2559, or purchased on the door subject to availability. All profits will be donated to the RNLI. Doors open at 6.00pm with the film being shown at 6.45pm.

The Windsurfing Movie is poised to be windsurfing’s defining film. Directed by award winning cinematographer Johnny DeCesare of Poor Boyz Productions and featuring the best riders in windsurfing history—The Windsurfing Movie conveys the beauty of Windsurfing in brilliant 16mm film.

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Fanatic is proud to announce that 18 year old German newcomer Leon Jamaer just joined the Fanatic team Germany.

"I was sailing with Leon this winter in Cape Town and was really impressed with his level, even in the bigger conditions he has a real go-for-it attitude. Leon has the potential to be the next “Klaas Voget” in German wavesailing, so Fanatic is proud to support him and looking forward to a successful future together", says Craig Gertenbach, Fanatic Brand Manager.

"I´m really happy to be part of the Fanatic team. The NewWave 69 is the perfect board to enjoy the first spring storms", says Leon Jamaer.

Source: Fanatic