25 most common mistakes in windsurfing

Windsurfing is a complex and highly technical sport which involves a combination of natural elements - water and wind - and human behavior.

Mistakes are a part of windsurfing, and even professional athletes make them. So, why don't analyze your sailing skills, and try to correct your inaccuracies?

Don't waste energy - make the necessary corrections and get your sailing to the next level. Windsurfing can be dangerous, and the risk of injuring yourself and others can be mitigated if you avoid a few technical faults.

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Philip Köster makes dream return at Pozo Izquierdo

Philip Köster and Daida Moreno claimed the 2017 Gran Canaria Wind & Waves Festival, in the Canary Islands.

Despite the small wave conditions, the weather gods have once again blessed the Spanish wave sailing event with 40-knot plus winds.

Three-time PWA world champion Philip Köster returned after injury, surgery, and rehabilitation with a narrow win over Victor Fernandez at Pozo Izquierdo.

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The different types of windsurfing fins

Do you know how to choose the right fin for your windsurfing board? Discover the main types of fins and the most popular fin boxes.

Windsurfing fins have several characteristics, and it's easy to get confused. They feature multiple lengths, shapes and thickness levels because they were designed for multiple purposes.

Fins convert wind force into forward motion and help keep the board on track, providing stability, lift and drag when necessary. Sailing without fins can be incredibly challenging, if not impossible.

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