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- 14 May 2018 | Windsurfing
Nicolas Warembourg has taken out the 2018 Défi Wind, in Gruissan, France.
It was one of the most exciting editions of all time with 1,200 windsurfers in the starting line speeding up powered by epic 35-knot plus winds.
After two days without wind, the Tramontane returned to the regatta field and allowed the organization to run two epic races won by Warembourg.
- 11 May 2018 | Windsurfing
You don't need to be a beginner to get caught by a three-wave set or closeout wave. It happens to the best us. Here's what you should do when getting washed by waves.
In windsurfing, potentially life-threatening wipeouts are especially dangerous in wave sailing. If you're freestyling in flat waters, the risks are significantly lower.
Waves do not wait for us. They keep coming and hitting everything they encounter with no mercy at all for windsurfers.
- 07 May 2018 | Windsurfing
In 1964, a young woman named Naomi Albrecht became the first ever woman to stand up on a sailboard.
It was summer day like many others. But what was about to take place in a Wyoming Mountain lake, in Pennsylvania, would change the course of water sports forever.
Naomi Albrecht and her boyfriend, Sidney Newman Darby Jr., were testing an innovative board controlled by a simple sail. She was a canoe racer and photography student. He was a talented 36-year-old amateur inventor.
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