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.
Always a friend of racing in the UK, Tushingham will stop product of its sails at the end of the year.
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!
The final results for the year from the BWA.
Nigel Treacy has announced his retirement from the role of Tour Director at the start of the year.
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.
The UK Windsurfing Association AGM 2013 will be held During Cup 2, including a 1-hour Open Sailors Meeting.
The United Kingdom Windsurfing Association (UKWA) have established a windsurfing hall of fame. The first seven recipients of this award are windsurfers who have made a outstanding contribution to windsurfing here in the UK.
The UKWA has 9 two digit sail numbers available to members, aimed at sailors who regularly compete on the National and International stage across the disciplines.
The British Wavesailing Association Tour round 2 saw the adventure head straight on from Anglesey in North Wales, leaving the port of Holyhead to Dublin. Day one and after very little sleep it was straight into the action.
The UKWA (United Kingdom Windsurfing Association) is very pleased to announce the winner of the UK windsurfer of the year Zara Davis.