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- 10 September 2018 | Windsurfing
Antoine Martin has taken out the 2018 Pacasmayo Classic, in Peru.
Hailed as the longest sailable wave in the world, Pacasmayo delivered the goods and provided thousands of meters of perfect wave faces.
The breathtaking left-hander saw Federico Morisio, Morgan Noireaux, Maxime Fevrier and Martin battling it out in the pro men's final.
- 04 September 2018 | Windsurfing
He is probably the most experienced windsurfing photographer in the world. John Carter is the official lensman of the PWA World Tour and has been shooting windsurfers for four decades.
When you look at his work, it seems like every single shot was staged. But they never are. They're always intense, expressive, in the moment, and informative.
John Carter is passionate about his job, even if it means carrying equipment weighing up to 130 pounds between Europe and Hawaii.
- 27 August 2018 | Windsurfing
Antoine Martin has taken out the 2018 Baja Desert Showdown, in Mexico.
The third stop on the International Windsurfing Tour saw the sailor from Guadeloupe consolidating his first place in the rankings.
Despite the tricky and varying weather and ocean played conditions, the organization found a precious window to run the pro men's final.
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