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1. RS:X World Windsurfing Championships: Men's Medal Winners
2. RS:X World Windsurfing Championships: Women's Medal Winners
... free editorial use can be found at Please credit 'Vincenzio Baglione' Contact For more information on the 2010 RS:X World Championships visit ...
4. Alessandra Sensini Takes The Lead
... in the silver fleet. “She likes windsurfing. I did my first competition in my mother’s belly,” claims Abalau - a born windsurfer in every sense. In the Men’s RS:X class, the Netherland’s Dorian van Rijsselberge ...
5. RS:X Class – Happy To Be in Denmark
... Dempsey is President of the RS:X Windsurfing Class and also father of Nick, the Athens silver medallist and defending RS:X World Champion. Dempsey relates the criteria: “Normally they have either ...
In stark contrast to yesterday’s marginal winds, so conditions came alive on the Bay of Kerteminde , Denmark , for day two of the RS:X World Championships with 20 knot winds and brilliant sunshine. ...
7. HRH Crown Prince Frederik honours the 2010 RS:X World Championships with a visit
... championship in the prestigious Olympic windsurfing RS:X class. By attending our event, Crown Prince Frederik's implicitly supports Danish sport and the 2010 RS:X World Championships and we are pleased ...
8. Joao and Ricardo LIVE on Tuesday
... a multiple European Champion and  World Champion in Olympic Windsurfing. He won his first World Championship way back in 1995 and yet only 2 weeks ago won Skandia Sail For Gold on the 2012 Olympic Venue ...
9. Skandia Sail For Gold: RS:X Women Top 10
The story in the RS:X Women's fleet was one of what might have been. Blanca Manchon [ESP] who dominated the racing all week faltered at the last fence and put in a poor medal race in Weymouth on Saturday. ...
10. Skandia Sail For Gold: RS:X Men's Top 10
My last report stated a simple fact - You have to be in it to Win it - and that indeed is true but the task turned out to be too much for Julien Bontemps [FRA] and Nick Demspsey [GBR] who went into the ...
It’s too close to call in the RS:X Men’s fleet. Britain’s Nick Dempsey celebrated his 30th birthday today, but wouldn’t have enjoyed his 28th place in the first race of the day. (pictured at top American ...
12. Skandia Sail For Gold: The Trapdoor Opens Then Instantly Shuts?
... which includes the rest of hard charging 'Team France' plus at its head the quadruple Youth World Windsurfing Champion, Laura Linares [ITA] who recently picked up a podium finish at the RS:X European Windsurfing ...
13. Skandia Sail For Gold: Day 2 and its Blanca...
It was forecast to be Big Tuesday a couple of days ago – Doug Charko, the USA Team AlphaGraphics weather man told us on Sunday it would be 15-20 knots and gusting 25. Unfortunately for Doug, when the ...
14. 100 kms around Christian Island!
15. Gomez Wins Historic Sailing Medal
Beverly Gomez created history by capturing Jamaica's first sailing medal at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games after securing a bronze in the women's wind surf in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico yesterday. The ...
16. Nick's Quest For Gold
...  The 2010 RS:X World Windsurfing Championships take place in Kerteminde, Denmark from August 26th - September 5th. Follow the RS:X Worlds on Twitter and the RS:X Worlds on Facebook Follow Nick on Twitter ...
17. 2010 RS:X World Championships
For all those wishing to buy RS:X used equipment, here is some good news... All the RS:X equipment supplied by Neil Pryde Windsurfing to the Volvo Youth ISAF World Championships in Istanbul, Turkey is ...
19. RS:X World Champs: Men's Entry Closed
Entry for the RS:X Men's World Championships is now closed, ferme, shut and no longer open. If you are in any doubt and you are a guy, that means that we are not accepting any more entries at all. Even ...
20. RS:X World Championships: Shuttle Bus
... "Travel information" at The deadline for this offer is July 15th and you book through the registration at ...
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