The JP Freestyle Team did a great job at the last Freestyle event in Fuerteventura. Here you have the best of the action from the team, filmed and edited by Robby Swift and Heidy Clawson.
North Sails is celebrating their “50 years of leading technology” and no better way to do it than by bringing out some new ideas that could make a real difference in the sport. The North Sails crew has been in Pozo Izquierdo testing their new creation: The SHOX.XTR. The team riders based on the island tested the prototypes and pretty much all the Pozo locals also gave it a go. So far the feedback has been very positive.
North is also proud to present another “North Sails innovation”: the TWIN.TRIM.CLEW (RAM F10, Duke, Ice, EGO): “Increased range of use, individual tuning options. The secret of the TWIN.TRIM.CLEW are the 2 horizontally placed clew eyelets. The outer clew position provides more power and a more direct feeling, while the inner position gives more control and a softer sensation.”
“The Brits rule”. That is how the performance of the British fleet is described in the official report from the IWA website about the 2009 IWA Junior, Youth and Masters Windsurfing World Championships. They grabbed three out of the seven World Titles!
If they carry on inventing new water sports we are going to run out of space in our garages with so many toys!!!!!
Mickey Clancy is getting ready for his upcoming adventure, the Reunion Wave Classic, an experience that could change his career. Check his recent interview about it here.
The guys in Maui had a nice little “end of the summer” present. A proper swell arrived last weekend giving them some decent waves, normally reserved for winter. Check the pictures from Giampaolo Camarota and read how the day was for mister KP.
The women interest in the sport keeps growing with more women orientated clinics.
Photo Credit: Qtre