Windsurfing Yearbook 2009

The brand new Windsurfing Yearbook has just been published and is ready and waiting for you.

The German language magazine comes stacked full of windsurfing action, including a sixteen-page gallery devoted to the top eleven finishers in the Cabo Verde PWA World Cup.

Also within the yearbook, you’ll find an in depth interview with Danny Bruch about his new sail number and localism on his home breaks around Tenerife, and the inside story about sail manufacturers Gun Sails.

On the equipment scene there’s a look at the trends of 2009 and up to 100 test reports which put 2009’s gear through its paces. In total the Windsurfing Yearbook has 164 pages!

Source: PWA World Tour

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