Anders Bringdal: Swedish speed master

Swedish windsurfer Anders Bringdal has set a new Swedish national windsurfing record after only 90 minutes into the first day of the event.

The existing record was 41.96, and his official recorded speed today was 43 knots.

Today was meant to be a day of training and warming up in anticipation of the big winds forecast for next week.

As predicted by the event organizers, Sebastian Cattelan and Sophie Routaboul, this event promises to be the most exciting speed sailing event in the history of the sport.

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