Formula Kite Individual European Championships – Day 1

After day 1 of the Formula Kite Individual European Championships, Theo De Ramecourt and Julia Damasiewicz lead their events

British Sailing Team foilers return to international competition

The British Sailing Team’s foilers will lead the charge for medals as international competition resumes for the first time in six months this week

Global Wingsports Association formed to promote all wing-foil sport

The Global Wingsports Association was formed in June 2020 with a declared remit to globally promote every aspect of wing-foil sport

2020 Formula Kite World Championship events cancelled

Formula Kite Individual and Mixed Team Relay Worlds due to take place in Italy this October are cancelled

IKA Committee approves additional Formula Kite equipment

The International Kite association Committee has approved nine additional Formula Kite Registered Series Production Equipment applications

2020 iQFOiL European Championships move to Silvaplana, Switzerland

The iQFOiL European Championships, including the Engadin Surf Marathon, will now take place from 21 to 26 August 2020 at Silvaplana, Switzerland

Formula Kite European Championship set for Puck, Poland

Formula Kite European Championship is now confirmed and will take place in Puck, Poland, from 18 to 23 August 2020

NeilPryde transfer Intellectual Property rights to RS:X Class

NeilPryde Limited has transfered the RS:X Intellectual Property to the International RS:X Windsurfing Class Association

Guy Cribb blasts Round Hayling record

Guy Cribb returned to Hayling Island SC last week and in a perfect 20-25 knot North Easterly smashed the Round Hayling circumnavigation record

Tom Squires . . . Olympic-bound

Olympic-bound Tom Squires feared his Olympic dream had gone as the Tokyo Games seemed about to be cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic

Dorian van Rijsselberghe retires from Olympic RS:X windsurfing

Last Saturday at the 2020 RS:X World Championships, the flying dutchman Dorian van Rijsselberghe sailed his last race in the Olympic RS:X windsurfing class

RS:X World titles for De Geus and Badloe

Britain’s Emma Wilson finished fourth at the women’s RS:X World Championship in Melbourne, after taking third place in the final medal race