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The Indoors - Rewind to 2006

As we all look forward to the return of indoor windsurfing we look back at the indoor windsurfing contests that took place in London in...

The Indoors - Rewind to 2006
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Greek Summers and Terrible Jokes

Sarah Loughlin catches up with windsurfcoaching.com’s Colin ‘Whippy’ Dixon in Vassiliki to talk about windsurfing, Greek summers, and his love for terrible jokes. I will always...

Greek Summers and Terrible Jokes
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Moroccan Gold - Discovering Moulay

Morocco is one of the most reliable starboard tack wave breaks in the world. Dan Lytton joins Boards to recount a recent trip, interview Boujmaa...

Moroccan Gold - Discovering Moulay
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5 Reasons Baja Rocked

Victoria Abbott, an english windsurfer now residing in Cape Verde, recently took part in the AWT (American Windsurfing Tour) stop in Baja, Mexico. Here’s a...

5 Reasons Baja Rocked
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Boards Edit - PWA Tenerife - Best Of British

PWA Tenerife was a roller coaster ride for the British guys and girls, with amazing performances, close heats and lots of drama on the beach...

Boards Edit - PWA Tenerife - Best Of British
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Work Hard, Play Harder - Brits Taking on The IFCA Europeans

The IFCA Slalom Europeans take place in Croatia from the 25th August til the 1st September, and this year a group of non-professional Brits are...

Work Hard, Play Harder - Brits Taking on The IFCA Europeans
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5 Quick Slalom Tips with Sarah-Quita

PWA Alacati is just around the corner (win a trip to Alacati with our sister site Boardseeker here!), here the former slalom world champion and...

5 Quick Slalom Tips with Sarah-Quita
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The Boards Myth Buster - It's All About 4 Fins

Introducing the Boards myth buster… There are endless pieces of ‘advice’ out there, lots of stories, rumours and tales passed through the windsurfing community – but...

The Boards Myth Buster - It's All About 4 Fins
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DREAMS OF RIO

 A lot can happen in two years – that is what the British Sailing Team’s next generation of young windsurfers will never stop believing. From the...

DREAMS OF RIO
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Who Cares Who Wins?

Many people think windsurf competition is all about winning and serious time on the water, and whilst this might be the case for the best...

Who Cares Who Wins?
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Oceania de Windsurf, Tahiti - A Windsurfing Paradise

Andrea Cucchi travelled to Tahiti for the incredible Oceania de Windsurf event, here Andrea tells his story of the event and a paradise island: ‘Welcome to...

Oceania de Windsurf, Tahiti - A Windsurfing Paradise
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The 10 Golden Rules of Travelling with Gear

Learning to windsurf isn’t just about learning to pull up the sail, blast along and turn around. Once you’ve mastered the basic windsurfing techniques, it’s time...

The 10 Golden Rules of Travelling with Gear
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Brits in Tenerife & Unbelievable UK Forecast

It’s been a very hectic week here at the PWA Tenerife event, with early exits, tantrums, controversy and some exceptional performances. You can catch up...

Brits in Tenerife & Unbelievable UK Forecast
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Here Come The Girls

In the women’s fleet in Tenerife is looking stacked with 23 entrants so far including some British riders and some who’ve graced our shores for...

Here Come The Girls
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13 Steps To The Perfect Duck Gybe

The Duck Gybe is a timeless beauty and a must learn move. Here, we continue our freeride technique series with Andy Bubble Chambers, by taking...

13 Steps To The Perfect Duck Gybe
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PWA Tenerife - All The Latest

After PWA Fuerteventura, comes PWA Tenerife. There’s already a lot of talk about this event, with top riders in the trials with some new faces,...

PWA Tenerife - All The Latest
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PWA Fuerte Round Up

The 6 facts you need to know PWA Fuerteventura, watch the live stream and catch up on all the latest: 1. There will be 9 days...

PWA Fuerte Round Up
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How The PWA Train - A Session with The Pros

No wind doesn’t mean no training for some of the PWA  sailors. Many of the pro riders are already in Tenerife and whilst the conditions...

How The PWA Train - A Session with The Pros
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Homegrown Talent - 6 Up and Coming Riders To Watch Out For

Homegrown Windsurfing Talent - 5 Riders To Watch Out For

Homegrown Talent - 6 Up and Coming Riders To Watch Out For
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Robby Swift, Moving On.

Continuing our look back at Pozo 2014 now we catch up with Robby Swift as he lands in Tenerife, ready to train for the next...

Robby Swift, Moving On.
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Windsurfing For The Disabled - More Inspiring And Accessible Than Ever

If someone with a disability wanted to learn to sail in this country the reaction of most people in the watersports business would be: ‘No...

Windsurfing For The Disabled - More Inspiring And Accessible Than Ever
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Preparing For A Slalom Contest with John Skye

Our post-Pozo wrap ups continue, yesterday we caught up with Adam Lewis, today John Skye talks about kicking off the season in style and now...

Preparing For A Slalom Contest with John Skye
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Adam Lewis on Pozo and Finding A Big Dark Cave

Adam Lewis might not have got the result he hoped for in Pozo, but he’s looking forward to the Tenerife event, after a short stint...

Adam Lewis on Pozo and Finding A Big Dark Cave
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Pozo Wrap Up

The final day of competition in Pozo brought conditions just good enough to hold the contest. Strong winds, but small waves rolled through Pozo bay...

Pozo Wrap Up