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- 18 September 2018 | Windsurfing
There are not many windsurfers in Stockholm. The most popular sports in Sweden are football and ice hockey. But that could be about to change.
Comprised of 14 islands, Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and the most populous city in the Nordic countries. But, for many, it is also the undisputed capital of Scandivania.
Recently, a local windsurfer decided to hit the cold waters of Lake Mälaren's Riddarfjärden Bay. Tim Eriksson went sailing in front of the Stockholm City Hall, on a gorgeous sunny day.
- 14 September 2018 | Windsurfing
The static turn is one of the most helpful beginner windsurfing techniques.
Many times, and mostly when you're learning the basics of windsurfing, you will need to drive the board toward a specific area or place.
Performing the static turn will help you point the nose of the board in any direction without having actually to sail the equipment across the water.
- 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.
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