Zara Davis: seven speed stitches

Zara Davis has broken again the women's world speed windsurfing record at 44.69 knots, during the 2012 Luderitz Speed Challenge, in Namibia.

The fastest female windsurfer in the world is constantly improving her own speed sailing record over 500 metres, in the famous African speed strip.

Unfortunately, the day ended with an injury. Zara Davis was speeding up on the last run of the day, she fell past the finish line.

"It was a great day and I am fine. Will be back for the next session, on Saturday, when I hope to go faster", reveals Davis.

In fact, the British sailor was caught by a gust and hit the mast really hard. Therefore, she had to be taken to hospital for a small surgery: seven stitches near her left eye.

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