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Press Releases from International Speedsurfing Association (6 total)

The 2007 ISA surf & action Walvis Bay Speedweek: Day 6

And another day of wind it was. Once again the magical Walvis Bay speedstrip provided perfect conditions for another great day of sailing. Bjorn Dunkerbeck (SUI, T1, North) dominated the Walvis Bay speedstrip setting the best speed of the day with a 41.98 knots run. Antoine Albeau (FRA) and Finian Maynard (BVI, F2) followed closely behind. Local South African hero Hennie Bredenkamp (Fanatic) had an unbelievable day and finished in fourth

Walvis Bay Speedweek 2007: already 6 national records broken

Once again the riders woke up to a morning of blue skies and loads of wind. The morning got off to a sluggish start as most riders felt the after effects of yesterdays gruelling two heats and the celebrations which followed the announcement of the 4 national records which were broken. The first heat of the day was underway by 13:45 in 20 – 25 knots of wind. Bjorn Dunkerbeck

The ISA surf & action Walvis Bay Speedweek 2007: Day 1

On the first day of the annual Walvis Bay Speedweek, the race management allowed all riders some extra time to prepare for the official competitions, starting tomorrow. In the afternoon, atraining session was run to give the riders the possibility to finetune their equipment. In 25-30 knots of square wind, Patrik Diethelm (ITA, F2, North) set the fastest time of the day with two solid 42.3 knots runs, followed by Bjorn Dunkerbeck

The surf & action Walvis Bay Speedweek 2007

Walvis Bay, Namibia is hosting the speed windsurfing world cup finals for the third time in a row, starting from the 2nd of September and delivering adrenaline-packed, thrilling action until the 9th of September. For the crème de la crème of speed windsurfing, now the battle is on for the world championship titles and new records. In the men’s fleet, all eyes are set to the reigning world champion and 500m world

Fuerteventura Speedsurfing Grand Prix 2007 - Final Report

A great speedsailing event came to an end yesterday, with both event titles going away only by the last race. Finian Maynard (BVI. F2) had a clear event lead before the final day as Karin Jaggi (SUI, F2, North) had in the womens fleet. The event started calm with calima winds from the wrong direction, and all the riders, officials and spectators were cooking on the beach with 47 degree. So

ISA Speedsurfing Grand Prix Fuerteventura 2007: Day 4

The first day without Calima wind brought almost perfect conditions on the water, but not windwise. With 22-25 knots it was just sailable on an angle of app. 135 degree, but the speeds of course were not impressive then. The lead changed between Bjorn, Finian, Jose and Antoine in the beginning, but Finian had some nice runs with speeds of 37.34 knots In the end, this was the fastest speed recorded, and

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