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News Headlines - Thurs 14th

13:26 14th June 2012 by Boardseeker
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Welcome back for more of the latest windsurfing news.

At the moment the PWA World Tour in Costa Brava, Spain is on it\’s third day. We have the part 1 highlight video from the PWA for you with some excellent action and serious speed! Below that you will find a great clip courtesy of Continentseven.com from the winners final of Day 2. Keep up to date with today\’s action over on the PWA website and click on the Live Ticker.

Talking of speed, check out this nice little clip from Swiss styler, Jeremy Plüss in this Tow-In video from his homespot, Lake Biel. Amazingly all the action was filmed with the iPhone 4s as he gets towed in to some impressive moves.

Over to Pozo again and John Skye reports about taking some time off for a few days due to one of those super frustrating injuries. Small but completely in the wrong place. Read more about it here. Whilst on Gran Canaria, here is yet more video, this time onboard with SImmer rider Omar Sanchez who seems to be busting out all the moves! Omar also steals today\’s cover shot with an incredible snap, see it in a larger size by clicking on the image to the left and check out the clip below…

In Vass it all seems to be going off, check out our latest feature of Jamie Drummond and if you fancy a slice of the action Jay Haysey at globalshots has highlighted these fancy \’little\’ villas for rent. Endless pools, incredible views and within a stones throw of the famous Vassiliki beach these are the ultimate places to hang out whilst you wait for the wind to kick in. Whilst you are on the facebook page, check out the shot of Colin \’Whippy\’ Dixon who seems to be increasing his slalom training.

More speed records and here is another nice report. JP/Pryde rider Hans Kreisel set a new bench mark for the fastest ever recorded 10 second speed run of 48.83 knots. We will let you read more about it on redsurfbus.com.

That\’s about it for this morning but head back later for much more excitment.

 

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