There is no doubt that Daida Moreno does the best stalled Forward Loops in women’s windsurfing.
Over the last 8 days Cabedelo Beach, Viana do Castelo, has enhanced its reputation as one of the best windsurfing locations in Europe – combining stunning scenery and a rich local history with world class conditions for both slalom and freestyle, while the potential for wave sailing was also equally apparent.
Many of the world’s top sailors considered the 2018 Viana PWA World Cup to be some of the best conditions they have ever competed in, which is the highest testament you can pay to Viana do Castelo. At the end of an enthralling event, 7 eliminations were completed in …več
Nicolas Warembourg, the winner of the 2018 Défi Wind, also claimed this year’s Défi Wind Caribbean, in Bonaire.
On the final day of competition, and after a quiet start, the wind progressively filled up Bonaire’s sea and allowed two more long distances races in the afternoon.
With two bullets, Ludovic Jossin was the sailor of the day, but Nicolas Warembourg stayed solid and is the overall winner of the 2018 Defi Wind Caribbean in Bonaire.
Sarah-Quita Offringa wins the 2018 PWA Freestyle World Cup in Portugal in front of Maaike Huvermann and Oda Johanne Stokstad Brødholt. We hooked up with the top girls for a few words.
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Check out the highlights from the girls freestyle event in Viana do Castelo.
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