PWA World Tour crowns seven world champions

It's all over. After a long and intense season, the world's best windsurfers have concluded another year of competition.

Antoine Albeau and Delphine Cousin (Slalom), Jose Estredo and Sarah-Quita Offringa (Freestyle), Victor Fernandez and Iballa Moreno (Wave), and Gonzalo Hoevel (Foil) have been crowned 2018 PWA World Tour champions.

In the slalom division, Albeau secured his 25th world title on the last day of competition in Sylt, Germany. The French windsurfer also finished third in the foil and has no plans to stop.

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Benjamin Fabres tastes home win at 2018 Matanzas Wave Classic

Benjamin Fabres and Maria Andrés have taken out the 2018 Matanzas Wave Classic, held in Chile.

The famous Chilean wave delivered the goods, and the world's best wave sailors put their skills to the test in highly contestable ocean and weather conditions.

Actually, you could almost hear the 10-foot swell coming from the horizon, and the roaring sound of the overhead waves breaking near the shore.

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Harness lines: length, width and positioning for windsurfing

Do you need guidance in setting the length and position of your harness lines? Here's how to do it for better windsurfing performances.

In intermediate and advanced windsurfing, sailors often apply their body weight in the harness, rather than the arm strength, to counterbalance the wind on the sail.

Once you get acquainted with the harness, it is important to know how to adjust the harness lines to the conditions you're experiencing in the water.

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Brad Spencer, Annissa Flynn, and Daniel Tarapchak have taken out the 2018 World Flowboarding Championships, in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

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