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It was a good week for the first French Cup for Speed Windsurfing, held from 22.03.-28.03. in Port St. Louis du Rhone. Cyril Moussilmani (Fanatic, North) won the event after 6 rounds, of which 5 were validated by the rules. The womens fleet was clearly dominated by Valerie Ghibaudo (Loft Sails).

The summer of 2008 has seen a number of great windsurfing events held throughout New Zealand. There were the slalom nationals in Dunedin, the Auckland freestyle competition and the Wellington freewave and harbour blast.

Surf Sales Ltd announces in conjunction with UK Windsurfing Association (UKWA), The British Kona Cup 2008, a series of Kona one-design race events taking place around the UK over the coming months:

Tarifa, often called the European capital of windsurfing didn’t disappoint us at all. What more an you wish for the first event in a new season? Nothing!

 Techno 293 European Championships

The 2008 Techno 293 Championships, held in Civitavecchia, near Rome, have finished. The brits put in a good performance and ended with podium placings in both the 7.8 and 6.8 divisions for boys.

Kauli Seadi

Kauli Seadi kicks-off the season with a critical victory over local favorite Josh Angulo and wavesailing legend Jason Polakow.

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