Anders Bringdal: all Swedish are blonde

Anders Bringdal and Zara Davis have conquered the 2010 Speed Windsurfing titles by the International Speed Windsurfing Class (ISWC). The standings reflect the overall performance in the five events held this year.

Bringdal was born in Sweden in 1967 and learned to windsurf in the Stockholm archipelago in 1980. Robby Naish is his hero. Anders Bringdal competed in the transatlantic race and still remains as one of the greatest world speed windsurfers.

Zara Davis was born in Britain in 1966 and started to sail in 1969. She has conquered national and international titles. The Bristol windsurfer holds the women's world record the nautical mile at 34.74 knots.

The 2010 ISWC standings are:

Rankings 2010

ISWC Overall Men
1. A. Bringdal, SWE
2. M. Ogier, GBR
3. B. Dunkerbeck, SUI
4. D. Garrel, LUX
5. B. Moussilmani, FRA

ISWC Overall Women
1. Z. Davis, GBR
2. F. Aubert, FRA
3. M. Auge, FRA
4. B. Hoefer, GER
5. S. Wahl, GER

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