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Grab some popcorn and enjoy viewing some very nice windsurfing videos that have been released to the web. A hat tip goes to the PWA (Professional Windsurfers Association) for pointing out that these videos have been released. Let’s take a quick...
Pegasus Airlines PWA World Cup
Just because the Pegasus Airlines PWA World Cup, event that took place in Turkey earlier this month, has come to and end, it doesn’t mean it can’t still make the news. The event once again makes the headlines and it’s all thanks to...
Enes Yilmazer
JP and Neil Pryde-sponsored Turkish slalom rider Enes Yilmazer, who is a two times World Champion by the way, has recently announced that his all new website has been released to the public. On the aforementioned website, available at www.enesyilmaze...
Pegasus Airlines World Cup 2011 all winners
The sixth day of the Pegasus Airlines World Cup was also the final day of competition, the day when two more eliminations were completed (9 eliminations had been completed by day 5, eliminations 10 and 11 were completed on day 6) and the day when the...
Pegasus Airlines World Cup Day Five
On day five of the Pegasus Airlines World Cup the competitors managed to complete a couple more eliminations, mainly elimination 8 and elimination 9. All the competing was done in wind that blew at a steady 18 knots. After having completed the aforme...
Pegasus Airlines World Cup Day Four
During the fourth day of the Pegasus Airlines World Cup the wind blew at about 30 knots, providing the ideal setting for an action packed day of competition. The spectators, as the PWA (Professional Windsurfers Association) explained, were treated to...
Maynard gives thumbs up at Pegasus Airlines World Cup 2011
The conditions during the third day of competition in Turkey were described by the PWA (Professional Windsurfers Association) as “another day in paradise”. How else would you describe a day that had winds blowing at about 15 knots, plenty...
Pegasus Airlines World Cup: Day Two
On the start of the second day of the Pegasus Airlines World Cup the sun was shining and the wind was gently blowing – conditions unsuitable for competing then. So the riders spent the morning hours tuning their equipment or relaxing in the sun...
Pegasus Airlines World Cup Day One
The conditions during the first day of the Pegasus Airlines World Cup have been described by the PWA (Professional Windsurfers Association) as perfect and for good reason since the sun shined and the wind blew at around 15 knots for the duration of t...
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The Pegasus Airlines PWA World Cup that kicks off in Alaçati, Turkey today is the final slalom event on the women’s calendar. It will be the last for them to secure a top spot on the podium, which means that all the women will give it th...