Sarah Hebert

After racing for Starboard for over eight years, Sarah Hebert (Naish, Naish) has just signed an exclusive deal with Naish to use their boards for the upcoming tour. Hebert has been using Naish sails for a while, but will now have a set of boards and sails that were built to race together.

Hebert commented:

“I’m so excited to be racing on Naish boards for 2010. I’ve just received all of my new gear, so I’ll be spending some time with friends tuning in preparation for the first PWA event. I’m currently in New Caledonia – home sweet home! I’ll be staying here for the next few months so should get plenty of time on the water.”

Hebert had a successful season in 2009, finishing the year ranked 3rd in the women’s slalom fleet.

We look forward to seeing Sarah battling it out at the front of the fleet in 2010.

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