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The best of Windsurfing 2018 [HD] - Episode #19

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Windsurfing is a surface water sport that combines elements of surfing and sailing. It consists of a board usually 2.5 to 3 meters long, with displacements typically between 60 and 250 litres, powered by wind on a sail. The rig is connected to the board by a free-rotating universal joint and consists of a mast, boom and sail. The sail area generally ranges from 2.5 m2 to 12 m2 depending on the conditions, the skill of the sailor, the type of windsurfing being undertaken and the weight of the person windsurfing.
The inventor of windsurfing and first ever recorded windsurfer is Alfred Seltz Jr. Al Seltz first pioneered windsurfing in the late 1950’s with a documented picture in May of 1961. While others used sailing surfboards, Al Seltz was the first to stand up on the board, making him one of the inventors. Seltz first began windsurfing on Lake Le Homme Diu near Alexandria, Minnesota.
Lewis A. Whinnery, an Ohio native, came to Alexandria to the Bellanca aircraft factory to make aircraft parts out of fiberglass. Whinnery then began making boats out of fiberglass, called his creation Sail King, and thus began providing sailing surfboards to Seltz. Whinnery helped to organized Viking Reinforced Plastics, in Elbow Lake, Minnesota, and hired Al Seltz as a sales manager. Seltz expanded distribution from the Dakotas to Michigan. The sailing surfboards quickly gained popularity as sail surfing became a new sport.
Seltz took on this new sport with enthusiasm, and began racing sailing surfboards. On a whim, Seltz tried standing up on the board. This was revolutionary to windsurfing and changed the sport into what it is today. The new position changed the center of gravity on the boat, allowing the surfer to harness more of the wind power. Seltz began windsurfing in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. The first documented recording of Seltz windsurfing was in May of 1961, and the photo was used in an ad in the Minneapolis Sunday Tribune around June 1, 1961.
1. Maui Aloha Classic: PWA World Windsurfing Tour event at Ho‘okipa, Maui, Hawaii
2. Kauli Seadi interview: Kali talks about his new board shapes from Nouve Nouve.


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- BVRNOUT - Take It Easy (feat. Mia Vaile) [NCS Release]
- Cartoon - On & On (feat. Daniel Levi) [NCS Release]
- Venemy Ft. Emily Jane - Heartbeat [NCS Release]

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Jason Polakow Defines Windsurfing Perfection

Jason Polakow's search for the perfect wave for windsurfing has just begun.

This time, he travels to Indonesia for a windsurf adventure like no other.
Jason’s true passion has always been chasing down some of the biggest waves and best surf conditions and he is the only wave-sailor to break away from full-time competition to challenge nature in its most extreme form. In February 2016 he became the first windsurfer to tackle the giant waves at Praia do Norte, near Nazaré, Portugal, saying: “This isn't Maui, You don’t come out here for 20 fun waves. You come out and you feel good if you get one or two unbelievable rides.”
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Windsurfing During A Massive Storm In Ireland | Red Bull Storm Chase 2019

The most challenging windsurfing contest ever got the green light this year! Check what happened in our highlights video.

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After three years of waiting, the Red Bull Storm Chase 2019 hit Ireland. With building-high waves and gusts of wind reaching over 115km/h, only the best are windsurfers are nominated to participate in the Red Bull Storm Chase. During a 36-month holding-period, ten of the world's best windsurfers waited patiently to catch three of the biggest storms on oceans around the globe to determine who was the very best.

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Windsurfing Jaws w/ Jason Polakow

Windsurfing world champion Jason Polakow has been on a search for the biggest, most gnarly waves until he found JAWS - which has shaped his life and become his sole obsession for the past 20 years.

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Watch as Jason attacks the unbelievable waves on the North Shore of Hawaii. Jason Polakow is a world-renowned windsurfer and a true legend on the water. In recent years, Jason has evolved to become a more all-round waterman and extreme sports athlete who excels in big wave tow-surfing and stand up paddling.Meanwhile, on dry land, his thirst for adrenaline has thrust him back into heli-boarding and motocross.

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Windsurfing through hurricane conditions - Red Bull Storm Chase Final 2014

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Frenchman Thomas Traversa was crowned the champion of the storm surfing universe. Despite weighing just 60 kilos, Traversa won the final leg of the Red Bull Storm Chase in hurricane conditions off the coast of Cornwall, UK, in front of Marcilio Browne from Brazil and Leon Jamaer from Germany.

With building-high waves and gusts of wind reaching 70 knots, only the best were nominated to participate in the Red Bull Storm Chase. During an 18-month holding-period, ten of the world's best windsurfers waited patiently to catch three of the biggest storms on oceans around the globe to determine who was the very best. After Mission 1 in Ireland (January 2013) and a second mission in Tasmania, Australia (August 2013), Red Bull Storm Chase picked the storm-ravaged coast of Cornwall, U.K., for the third and final location for a showdown between the remaining four.

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The best of Windsurfing 2018 [HD] - Episode #11

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Windsurfing is a surface water sport that combines elements of surfing and sailing. It consists of a board usually 2.5 to 3 meters long, with displacements typically between 60 to 250 litres, powered by wind on a sail. The rig is connected to the board by a free-rotating universal joint and consists of a mast, 2-sided boom and sail. The sail area generally ranges from 2.5 m2 to 12 m2 depending on the conditions, the skill of the sailor, the type of windsurfing being undertaken and the weight of the person wind surfing.
For everyone who loves windsurfing..
Freestyle:
A windsurfer in the final stages of a forward loop at Sardinia, Italy
Freestyle is a timed event which is judged. The competitor who has the greatest repertoire, or manages to complete most stunts, wins. Freestyle is about show and competitors are judged on their creativity. Both the difficulty and the number of tricks make up the final score. Sailors who perform tricks on both tacks (port and starboard), and perform the tricks fully planing score higher marks. High scoring moves include Shaka, Burner (funnel ponch), Double Forward Loops, the Funnell (invented by freestyle champion Ricardo Campello in memory of Andy Funnell), the Chachoo and the Clew First Puneta (switch stance Spock), Eslider, and Flaka. The latest freestyle windsurfing has been well documented in the film Four Dimensions.
For novice windsurfers, low-wind freestyle tricks are an appropriate start, such as sailing backwards with the fin out of the water, or transitioning from a sailing stance to sitting on the board while continuing to sail.
Wave:
Bearing some similarities to freestyle, wave sailing has been part of the sport for much longer. Indeed, modern freestyle started off, in essence, as wave sailing without waves. Wave sailing took off during the rapid development of windsurfing on the Hawaiian islands of Oahu and Maui. It can be seen as comprising two distinct (but related) parts, wave riding and wave jumping.
Wave jumping, as with freestyle, involves stunts of varying levels of difficulty which are performed after the rider has jumped from the peak of an unbroken wave (having sailed towards the wave, thus using it as a ramp). These are commonly referred to as aerial moves and include both forward rotation (forward loop, cheese roll) and backward rotations(back-loop, push-loop). The rider and his equipment rotate, doing single & double rotations and jumps where the sailor contorts his or her body and equipment (table top and Crazy Pete, Marwin, etc.).
Recent innovations have included combining moves whilst airborne (i.e. the pushy-forward – a push loop followed by a forward loop) and one professional sailor, Ricardo Campello, has made attempts at a triple (three complete rotations) forward loop during a 2008 PWA competition.[30]
Wave riding, by contrast, is much closer to surfing in style, and involves the rider performing a series of top turns and cutbacks whilst riding an unbroken wave back to the shore. Unlike surfing, the rider does not utilise any sections of the wave that have started to barrel – although top wave sailors are able to incorporate aerial moves into their wave riding and will use overhanging lips to launch themselves out in front of the wave as part of this.


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Kontinuum - Lost (feat. Savoi) [JJD Remix] - NCS Release.
Distrion & Electro-Light - You And Me (feat. Ke'nekt) [NCS Release].
Brandon Jonak & Pep.B - Where Do I Go (feat. Ezra James) [NCS Release].


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PACASMAYO - THE LONGEST WINDSURFING WAVE IN THE WORLD !

The longest sailable wave on the planet !
A real life experience, an amazing time spent in Peru, on the little town of Pacasmayo in August 2017.
We discovered the place and entered the IWT Pacasmayo classic !
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The best of Windsurfing 2019 [HD] - Episode #01

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Windsurfing is a surface water sport that combines elements of surfing and sailing. It consists of a board usually 2.5 to 3 meters long, with displacements typically between 60 and 250 litres, powered by wind on a sail. The rig is connected to the board by a free-rotating universal joint and consists of a mast, boom and sail. The sail area generally ranges from 2.5 m2 to 12 m2 depending on the conditions, the skill of the sailor, the type of windsurfing being undertaken and the weight of the person windsurfing.
The inventor of windsurfing and first ever recorded windsurfer is Alfred Seltz Jr. Al Seltz first pioneered windsurfing in the late 1950’s with a documented picture in May of 1961. While others used sailing surfboards, Al Seltz was the first to stand up on the board, making him one of the inventors. Seltz first began windsurfing on Lake Le Homme Diu near Alexandria, Minnesota.
Lewis A. Whinnery, an Ohio native, came to Alexandria to the Bellanca aircraft factory to make aircraft parts out of fiberglass. Whinnery then began making boats out of fiberglass, called his creation Sail King, and thus began providing sailing surfboards to Seltz. Whinnery helped to organized Viking Reinforced Plastics, in Elbow Lake, Minnesota, and hired Al Seltz as a sales manager. Seltz expanded distribution from the Dakotas to Michigan. The sailing surfboards quickly gained popularity as sail surfing became a new sport.
Seltz took on this new sport with enthusiasm, and began racing sailing surfboards. On a whim, Seltz tried standing up on the board. This was revolutionary to windsurfing and changed the sport into what it is today. The new position changed the center of gravity on the boat, allowing the surfer to harness more of the wind power. Seltz began windsurfing in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. The first documented recording of Seltz windsurfing was in May of 1961, and the photo was used in an ad in the Minneapolis Sunday Tribune around June 1, 1961.

NeilPryde Windsurfing: NeilPryde was founded in 1970 as a sailmaker, supplying sails primarily to yacht builders in Europe. With the introduction of windsurfing in the early 80's NeilPryde changed tack and directed its efforts into this fast-growing sport. Over the years, NeilPryde and its athletes have amassed numerous accolades including over 40 World Cup wins and the company has been at the forefront of developing and promoting the sport of windsurfing. Today, NeilPryde and its elegantly engineered products continue to dominate and innovate. NeilPryde is the official supplier of windsurfing equipment to the Olympic Games.
Combat - NeilPryde Windsurfing: The legendary Combat stands out as the sail of choice for any wave sailing conditions. No matter which spot, from side-offshore winds and perfect peeling waves to huge onshore white waters, the Combat will never disappoint. Designed for dynamic and aggressive sailors, the Combat delivers low end power when you need it, for as long as you want it. Light for jumping, stable for predictability, and strong for endurance. Combat is equipped to deal with whatever, whenever, and whoever.

Music:
- Disfigure - Losing Sleep (feat. Tara Louise) [NCS Release]
- DM Galaxy - Paralyzed (Disfigure Remix) [NCS Release].
- OLWIK - Taking Over (feat. Alexa Lusader) [NCS Release].

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Windsurfing is awesome - Marcilio Browne, Bernd Roediger, Víctor Fernández in Maui, Hawaii

Windsurfing is awesome - Marcilio Browne, Bernd Roediger, Víctor Fernández in Maui, Hawaii
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Windsurfing is a form of sailing, where a board is powered across the water by the wind.
1. The Wind: The best windsurfers on the planet gathered on Maui, Hawaii for the 2015 Novenove Aloha Classic of the American Windsurfing Tour.
Windsurfing is an incredibly dynamic and difficult sport. Being that it takes place often in windy wavy conditions, it can be difficult to photograph. A couple of the toughest photographers go out in the water to search for different angles, navigating through waves and trusting the windsurfers not to land on their heads. I took to the skies with a quadrocopter drone. It is by far the most difficult thing to film aerials of, that I have encountered. With high winds and massive waves, the scene is constantly shifting and changing. The windsurfer changes speed, and I discovered while shooting, that the wave slows down when it hits the reef. You must avoid salt water ocean spray coming off the waves. Battery time is cut in half, down to 6 or 8 minutes while battling the wind. With each battery swap I had to clean salt water off the drone's camera. Sometimes the drone is not fast enough to keep up with the windsurfer, and so I would have to turn the drone, and tilt the camera to keep them in the shot. It was a balance. The closer I got to the windsurfer, the more chance I had of messing up the shot. I also almost had a near mid-air collision with Ricardo Campello's drone. The screws in my drone are rusted, but it's still holding up. As challenging is it was filming this, it was also the most exciting subject to film.
2. Marshall Island Windsurfing Exploration: The trip of a lifetime. I have been bugging Keith Teboul about going to the Marshall Islands for some windsurfing and some good times. Finally I got a message, Marshalls are going to be good on Thursday, flight leaves tomorrow, bring your camera, your windsurfer, and plenty of sunscreen. You in? said Keith.
Excited like a kid on Christmas, I booked my flights, bought some sunscreen and we were off. I think the images speak for themselves. The beauty of the Marshall Islands is amazing. While this video only shows hard core waves, it seems funny to say, but the thought of freeriding around this place had me pretty fired up. I would say this is the most beautiful place I have been on Earth. 4 Million frequent flyer miles, 27 countries, never have I seen a place like it.
Marcilio Browne and Bernd Roediger came along with Keith and I and the trip was a blast. Brawzinho was insane to watch as you will soon see, with some nasty wipeouts. Bernd was even more impressive as he had stayed there for 6 weeks and was really starting to let loose when he was getting barreled by the sea monster and came up with a broken back and some serious time off the water, only allowing us to get a couple clips of him ripping it up.
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- Marin Hoxha & Chris Linton - With You [NCS Release]
- Unknown Brain - Why Do I- (feat. Bri Tolani) [NCS Release]
- Krys Talk & Cole Sipe - Way Back Home [NCS Release]

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CHILDREN OF THE WIND

Episode 2: Carve jibe, how to gybe, jibing tips technique tutorial windsurfing

TWS ( Freemove Technique Series is a series of instructional videos. We teamed up with professional windsurfing coach Colin ¨Whippy¨ Dixon ( to explain you all the details about downwind and upwind moves that will help you put your windsurfing skills on the higher level!

In the second episode we explain the proper technique of a carve jibe / gybe. How to finish your jibing planing in all types of equipment from the wave to slalom!

Camera & edit: Bartek Jankowski (
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RYA Windsurfing - Towards the Limit

Features world class stars shot at the World Speed and Slalom Championships in Fuerteventura, the action is non-stop. Manoeuvres such as the aerial gybe, the 360 and basic jumping and landing are broken down and clearly explained. The mystery surrounding these techniques will improve other aspects of your windsurfing. So sit back and let us take you TOWARDS THE LIMIT. [VHS 1989]

Windsurfing in Ireland - Mission 1 - Red Bull Storm Chase 2013

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10 of the world's best windsurfers from eight countries completed a demanding competition in Kerry, Ireland during the first mission of the Red Bull Storm Chase - the most-challenging windsurfing contest of all time.

Despite recorded storm-force gusts of up to 74 knots (137kmh) and fierce 20-ft waves, the sailors completed three rounds of competition in two locations on the Maharees peninsular.

After possibly the most radical day in windsurfing history, Marcilio Browne, Dany Bruch, Victor Fernandez, Robby Swift, Julien Taboulet and Thomas Traversa advance to Mission 2 of Red Bull Storm Chase.


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The best of Windsurfing 2019 [HD] - Episode #03

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Windsurfing is a surface water sport that combines elements of surfing and sailing. It consists of a board usually 2.5 to 3 meters long, with displacements typically between 60 and 250 litres, powered by wind on a sail. The rig is connected to the board by a free-rotating universal joint and consists of a mast, boom and sail. The sail area generally ranges from 2.5 m2 to 12 m2 depending on the conditions, the skill of the sailor, the type of windsurfing being undertaken and the weight of the person windsurfing.
The inventor of windsurfing and first ever recorded windsurfer is Alfred Seltz Jr. Al Seltz first pioneered windsurfing in the late 1950’s with a documented picture in May of 1961. While others used sailing surfboards, Al Seltz was the first to stand up on the board, making him one of the inventors. Seltz first began windsurfing on Lake Le Homme Diu near Alexandria, Minnesota.
Lewis A. Whinnery, an Ohio native, came to Alexandria to the Bellanca aircraft factory to make aircraft parts out of fiberglass. Whinnery then began making boats out of fiberglass, called his creation Sail King, and thus began providing sailing surfboards to Seltz. Whinnery helped to organized Viking Reinforced Plastics, in Elbow Lake, Minnesota, and hired Al Seltz as a sales manager. Seltz expanded distribution from the Dakotas to Michigan. The sailing surfboards quickly gained popularity as sail surfing became a new sport.
Seltz took on this new sport with enthusiasm, and began racing sailing surfboards. On a whim, Seltz tried standing up on the board. This was revolutionary to windsurfing and changed the sport into what it is today. The new position changed the center of gravity on the boat, allowing the surfer to harness more of the wind power. Seltz began windsurfing in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. The first documented recording of Seltz windsurfing was in May of 1961, and the photo was used in an ad in the Minneapolis Sunday Tribune around June 1, 1961.

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Music:
- Floatinurboat - Limbo (feat. ELLIØT) [NCS Release]
- Unknown Brain - Perfect 10 (feat. Heather Sommer) [NCS Lyric Video]
- Janji - Heroes Tonight (feat. Johnning) [NCS Release]

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Windsurfing Light wind Fundamentals and tricks

Here is a clip of all the moves you can be doing to keep you busy and improving in light winds. I suggest a WindSup, beginner board or big Freemove board to learn them. DO IT! :)

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