LWA runs Raceboard & Formula pre season Taster Sessions
For many the journey to north wales is a long one so with the chance of an extra days sailing due to a good forecast, so many decided to arrive early to get in some much needed practice or tuning.
There are several things to do if you would like to be selected for the RYA Zone Squads, read on for a summary.
A view from Formula youth sailor James Battye.
The perfect forecast was predicted for those that attended the 3rd edition of the UKWA cup series in Weymouth and it delivered!
2014 was Xavier Ferlet's fourth US Nationals, a former UKWA regular who moved to the states, it is great to see his skills winning for him (again!) in another country.
The 2nd event of the UK Formula championship took place at sunny Bridlington with a couple of races on Saturday morning.
The inland championship came to a conclusion at Farmoor reservoir and the FW sailors enjoyed some great conditions on flat water.
A fairly pessimistic forecast put many of the formula fleet off, but those that did were treated to great conditions on the Sunday.
The UKWA needs your assistance at Christchurch, on the beach or on the water.
For the 2014 season the challenge set is that U.K.W.A. is to run a masterblaster series at the course racing cup events similar to the slalom series, so if you are interested read on!
The UKWA Committee is now pleased and proud to announce that following extensive discussions with the British Kitesports Association (BKA) the UKWA will run course racing for Kiteboards at 3 National Championship Events.
The competition was tight from the five nominees' with the lead changing many times. After a two month public vote the UKWA Windsurfer of the year has been decided.
After 6 events the 2013 UKWA Formula series came to an exciting climax at Weymouth.
Forecasts of severe gales greeted those that came to the 5th edition of the UKWA cup series in Christchurch.