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wSunday, May 31, 2009

Girls Camp Lake Garda

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wMonday, May 25, 2009

Ghibaudo wins in Korea

The 2009 PWA Ulsan World Cup proved to be a showcase of French windsurfing talent, as Valerie Ghibaudo (Loft Sails / Tabou) and Antoine Albeau (JP / NeilPryde) delivered outstanding performances to claim victory in their respective fleets.

Arutkin, Ghibaudo, Jaggi, photo: PWA/Carter

Competing from the 16th-22nd of May, racing took place on the waters off Jinha Beach, in south eastern Korea. Over the course of the week long event, there were two full days of racing, powered by the local south western thermal wind, which was gusting up to 22 knots both days.

The women's fleet were first to christen the race course, with Sarah Hebert (Starboard / Naish) setting the early pace: "The first race was really light, but I got a good start so I was leading from the beginning. After that I managed to stay in front and make some good gybes. I was pumping a lot to make sure I was going fast. It's the first time I've won competing against Valerie (Ghibaudo) and Karin (Jaggi)." The second women's clash saw Valerie Ghibaudo muscle her way to the front of the pack to claim her first race win: "I got a really nice start, but it was hard conditions. Sometimes it was really light and then there were really strong gusts. Luckily I managed to hold on and win, but I think I made a lot of mistakes." However, stealing the show was Karin Jaggi (F2 / Severne), who displayed composure to win the remaining two races and in turn take the early event lead.

The subsequent three women's races saw utter domination from Valerie Ghibaudo, as she executed back to back wins to firmly cement her name at the top of the women's rankings. Chasing, Karin Jaggi and Alice Arutkin did their best to pressure Ghibaudo, but had to settle for the remaining podium positions as toppling the on-form French sailor proved to be impossible. The mens competition was won by Antoine Albeau in front of Micah Buzianis and Bjoern Dunkerbeck. (source: PWA)

The 2009 PWA Ulsan World Cup results - Slalom Women
1 Valerie Ghibaudo (Loft Sails / Tabou Boards)
2 Karin Jaggi (F2 / Severne Sails)
3 Alice Arutkin (Starboard / North Sails)
4 Sarah Hebert (Starboard / Naish Sails)
5 Lena Erdil (Starboard / Loft Sails)

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wWednesday, May 20, 2009

Laure Treboux - Girls Camp in Rhodes

The procenter in Rhodes, Greece organises a Girls Camp with Laure Treboux from june 5th to june 10th and they still got some free places!

Girls Camp wih Laure Treboux (SUI4)
Learn2windsurf, find the balance between the wind, the surfer and the equipment. Laure Treboux will show you this new method during 1 week witch will help you to get faster to your success. Level: all levels, from beginners to freestyler - 6 days of 4 hours training including theory, video analyzing, evening program with 1 B.B.Q, surfer party, 1 evening dinner in a Greek tavern included. Price of the week & equipment rental 370 Euros.

- Double room sea View Hotel blue Horizon**** 7 night/ Half board 273 Euro
- Studio 2 person 7 night 224 Euro
For more info, contact us per mail.

(source: Bertrand Crausaz (ManagerF2 Procenter Rhodos)
0030 694 642 3006 , 0030 22410 96177

posted by editors at 5/20/2009 11:59:00 PM | (0) comments

wSaturday, May 16, 2009

Roxy Training Camp Tarifa

posted by editors at 5/16/2009 09:24:00 AM | (0) comments

wFriday, May 08, 2009

Girls Camp in Greece

Evi Tsape and her sister Irene will be doing their 2nd Girls Windsurf Camp (23-24 / 30-31 May, Moraitis Sports Center, Schinias Beach) for "windgirls" of all levels! More info here!

posted by editors at 5/08/2009 04:17:00 PM | (0) comments

wWednesday, May 06, 2009

Nayra Alonso Winter 09

posted by editors at 5/06/2009 09:22:00 AM | (0) comments

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