Ray at Southend: choppy, windy, speedy

British speed windsurfer Steve Thorp reached a 47.4 Knot max and a 44.27 five times 10 second average at Ray at Southend on Sea, United Kingdom.

After this intense session - with a super wipeout - Thorp is now leading 2010 World GPS Speedsurfing ranking.

Check the updates at gps-speedsurfing.com

2010 GPS Speedsurfing Ranking:

1. Steve Thorp   44.27
2. Chris Lockwood   42.47
3. Martin van Meurs   42.04
4. Tony Wynhoven   41.68
5. Jacques van der Hout   41.59
6. Hans Kreisel   41.04
7. Ian Fox   40.48
8. Andrew Daff   40.27
9. Brad Anderson   40.21
10. Michel Van Der Pligt   40.04

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