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Windsurfer of the year 2015

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's 6 fastest women

Redbull says "here are some of the high-speed women on the planet", including Zara Davis.

UKWA Speed Champions

The winners of the UKWA Speed Championships sponsored by Hey Dude Shoes at Speedweek.

Speedweek Leaderboard

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.

NWF does Speed

The  2015/16 British GPS Speed Ladder is to be sponsored by The NWF (National Watersports Festival), find out more...


The UKWA's Annual General Meeting was held at the WPNSA in weymouth on the 18th July 2015.


The UKWA's Annual General Meeting was held at the WPNSA in weymouth on the 18th July 2015.

Zara wins the speed challenge

Zara Davis wins the women’s ISWC European speed title for a record 5th time at the Dunkerbeck Speed challenge, event video.

Windsurfer of 2014 - Ben Proffitt

The voting was definitely very close with the lead changing 3 times over the eight weeks of voting. But in the end a very popular winner Ben Proffitt came out on top.

Weymouth Speedweek

Weymouth Speed Week and the UKWA Spartan Speed Championships are over. It was a fantastic week with an amazing 8 rounds of speed windsurfing.

UKWA Windsurfer of 2013

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.

Windsurfer of the year 2013

With over 1,000 votes so far, it is neck and neck between a couple of the candidates. Voting closes on the 30th Dec, get in soon.

Zara at Luderitz 2013

Zara Davis is in Luderitz Namibia trying to improve on her record of 45.83 knots. She gives you an insight into the event and how a record breaking speed run is achieved.

Speedweek UKWA results

A hard fought battle between saw Kevin Greenslade winning out at the end with a top speed of 33.11 knots.