The forecast for this weekend is looking pretty good at the moment, with decent wind across much of the country. Not only is that excellent news for the Cornwall Wave Classic, which rounds off a year of competition for the BWA, but it also means some impromptu coaching will be running across the country, including by the GetWindsurfing team.
“This weekend! Saturday looking like light winds so Danielle & Phil from Getwindsurfing will be running a training session to nail those tacks, gybes, heli tacks and other fun freestyle tricks and overall stance and technique to really pull up your skills level and help your all round windsurfing! Get involved, get on the water, learn more this autumn!
“12:30 – 3:30 at Esso, Hayling Island. £50 Book your space now! [email protected] “
If you want to transport yourself out of the UK and the cold weather for a few short minutes take a look at the latest offering from Timo Mullen and his adventures in Western Australia…
“I have not been back to Western Australia for 10 years, my last trip was pretty epic so i knew it would take a lot to top that trip. It has been a pretty rubbish start to the windsurf season in the UK and Ireland so i started to look further afield for wind and waves, i saw that Western Australia was looking pretty good for swell but wind at this time of the year is always a big gamble. Not putting too much faith in my Antipodian meteorological skills, i consulted the guys at Severne HQ who gave me the thumbs up to book my flight. Thirty seven hours later i fiind myself in the middle of the Western Australian desert armed with my ice box, a crate of beer, snaggers (sausages), my Starboard Quads and my Severne Blades. For the next 8 days i sailed and surfed every single day in pretty much perfection, i probably banked 6 hours in the water every day more than enough to get rid of the jet lag!
“I met loads of new and old friends, the Aussies really do love beer, i forgot how much they love it!!”