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- 10 July 2017 | Windsurfing
Antoine Albeau has been crowned the 2017 IFCA European Slalom champion, at La Tranche Sur Mer, in France.
After three days of waiting, the IFCA European Championships finally got underway in 11-to-14 knots of thermal wind, and the men's fleet was able to race for the title.
"I knew I had a good speed with on my big gear. But if you have a bad start or arrive late at the first mark, it just gets hard to fight back, even if you are faster," explained Albeau.
- 07 July 2017 | Windsurfing
This is the moment all windsurfers were waiting for. The "Tricktionary 3: Windsurfing Bible" is out now, and it is gorgeous.
Windsurf books are rare these days, but sometimes we get surprised by an incredibly good title. And this is one of the best book featuring windsurfing in a long time.
Michael Rossmeier is the author of the popular Tricktionary book series. He has been windsurfing since 1993, first as a professional athlete and later as a coach, so he knows how to pour his experience into a useful guide.
- 06 July 2017 | Windsurfing
Twan Verseput and Zara Davis are the 2017 speed windsurfing world champions.
The Dutch and the British windsurfers claimed the 2017 ISWC Speed World Championship, held in conjunction with Dunkerbeck GPS Speed Challenge, in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands.
Verseput, 24, was able to sail faster than the organizer in the majority of the races and raised the title in the windy beach of Matas Blancas.