Bjorn Dunkerbeck: calling all speed windsurfers

The new Dunkerbeck GPS Speed Challenge Tour will get the fastest windsurfers in the world's finest speed strips.

Speed windsurfers will have a new contest. The concept has been developed by Bjorn Dunkerbeck, and it will feature a world tour, in which sailors will try to break multiple records.

Each event will be a pro/am competition, open to all ages and groups. Amateur windsurfers will be able to improve their personal records with GPS measurement devices.

The Dunkerbeck GPS Speed Challenge Tour invites sailors to speed up on 250 and 500 meter courses. The first stage will be held in Fuerteventura, in the Canary Islands, between 7th-8th June, 2014.

The event will be the official International Speed Windsurfing Class (ISWC) European Championship, where winners will be crowned European champions.

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