Surfer today: "we need to go back to when windsurfing was an unintegrated sum of several sailboarding disciplines." Interesting to see the past champions.
Speed @ UK Windsurfing Association
On 25th November 2017 Simon Bornhoft, one of Britain's windsufing legends, was inducted into the UK Windsurfing Association's Hall of Fame.
24 year old Dutch speed star Twan Verseput is the new ISWC speed world Champion, Windsurf mag reports.
The best speed sailors from around the world decended on island of Fuerteventura for the fourth edition of the Dunkerbeck GPS Speed Challenge.
The UKWA has 6 two digit sail numbers available to its members.
In a very hotly contested vote for this coveted award, freestyler Max Rowe has been voted UKWA windsurfer of the year 2016.
We contacted some of the past winners of this prestigious award and asked them who they were voting for and what the award meant to them.
It’s the time of year that the UKWA unveil their nominees that go to the public vote to decide who will be the UKWA windsurfer of the year 2016.
The annual pilgrimage to Weymouth for the speed freaks among us took place last week.
Always a friend of racing in the UK, Tushingham will stop product of its sails at the end of the year.
Zara has won her 1st Speed world Championships here in Fuerteventura, she was chased hard by the other girls but achieved 5 straight bullets in some challenging conditions.
A winter training report from Zara Davis. Well known for her Speed sailing, but also Slalom racing and training now.
The voting was close between the nominees from all aspects of UK windsurfing competition (Slalom, Wave, Speed, Freestyle and Racing), we can now announce the winner!
It’s the time of year to unveil the nominees for public vote to decide who will be the UKWA windsurfer of the year 2015.
Redbull says "here are some of the high-speed women on the planet", including Zara Davis.
The winners of the UKWA Speed Championships sponsored by Hey Dude Shoes at Speedweek.
UKWA speed competition managed to get a counting round in on Sunday at Weymouth Speed Week, and the wind looks good for the rest of the week so these positions may change.