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wWednesday, November 30, 2005

posted by Britta Kuehn at 11/30/2005 12:21:00 AM | (0) comments

wFriday, November 25, 2005

Hey girls and boys!!

Me and Anna are in Jericoacoara in Brazil at the moment and just love it here. We have been here for more than a month and it has been windy everyday!!! The sails we have used most are 3.7 and 4.2 and a few days with 4.7. Usually it is good freestyle in the morning and then we change to the wave boards in the afternoon.
Hope all of you have fun and much wind!!!

posted by Emma at 11/25/2005 01:38:00 AM | (0) comments

wMonday, November 14, 2005

The Bringdal Sisters

The "Bringdal" sisters started up this summer! Monique, 8 and Emma, 10!
Looks like the girls have hit the genetic genepool jackpot when it comes to watersport...

posted by windgirl talent scout at 11/14/2005 12:45:00 PM | (0) comments

wWednesday, November 09, 2005

Back to South Africa!

I finally made it back to beautiful Cape Town! My injury in summer and the long waiting for windsurfing after that, made me really keen on going to South Africa for some serious windsurfing.

And now I m enjoying it a lot! I arrivedf 1,5 weeks ago and had 6 days of South Easter blowing. From day to day the waves got smaller and today we ended up at the vlei for some freestyle action.

I m quite happy to be back sailing on North Sails and I m really looking forward to try them in waves. For the next few days the forecast isn t very promising...but I m still hoping.

I will keep reporting here on and in
december a lot of girls will join me:
the austrian girls Uli Hoelzl and Claudia Vogt, the german-french Astrid Muldoon......

See ya!

posted by Steffi Wahl at 11/09/2005 08:41:00 PM | (0) comments

wTuesday, November 08, 2005

Roxy Pro Hawaii

The 11th Annual Roxy Pro Hawaii is set to take place at Haleiwa Alii Beach Park, on Oahus North Shore, November 12-23, 2005. The World Championship Tour (WCT) contest will take place over three days within the 12-day holding period.

Lisa Andersen (photo: Roxy)

The first womens event in the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, puts the worlds top womens surfers face to face with giant winter waves as they compete for the coveted ASP World Champion Title and the US$65,000 prize purse.
This years event will once again play a major part in deciding the world champion. Coming into the event, three Roxy Team Riders are in contention for the crown, headed by reigning world champion Sofia Mulanovich (Peru), who last year clinched the world title at Haleiwa. Chelsea Georgeson (Australia) is currently rated second in the world, and Megan Abubo (Hawaii) is third.

posted by editors at 11/08/2005 11:32:00 PM | (0) comments

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