Philip Köster: high and dry | Photo: Carter/PWA

It's all over. Philip Köster and Iballa Moreno are the 2015 PWA Wave World Tour champions.

The German and Spanish windsurfers confirmed their global supremacy at the NoveNove Maui Aloha Classic, held in the swell-filled waters of Hawaii. It's Köster's third world title and Iballa's seventh trophy.

In the last day of competition, Victor Fernandez was the only rider who could steal the title from Philip. But the Spanish had to win eight heats in a row to open the champagne bottle.

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Antoine Albeau: next goal, 100km/h | Photo: Lacave

They're the fastest, and they smashed records. Windsurfers and kiteboarders have broken world, national and personal records at the 2015 Luderitz Speed Challenge, in Namibia.

The speed channel was improved, once again. Riders have fine-tuned their sailing techniques, and the equipment has evolved. With winds blowing in the 40-knots range, records naturally fell.

Two world records have been broken. Windsurfers Antoine Albeau and Karin Jaggi improved the speed windsurfing marks in both male (53.27 knots) and female (46.31 knots) divisions.

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Camille Juban: the 2015 American Windsurfing Tour champion | Photo: Carter/PWA

Camille Juban has claimed the 2015 American Windsurfing Tour (AWT) title, at Maui, Hawaii.

In Heat 43, Kevin Pritchard knew he had to give his best to keep fighting for the prestigious trophy. But Siver, Campello and Roediger were also battling for a victory on the Pacific island.

Pritchard started well, landed a few airs and displayed his beautiful full roundhouse cutbacks. However, Levi caught the best wave of the heat, and Ricardo convinced the judges with his stunning aerials. Juban couldn't be happier.

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