11 February 2014
Cornwall, England, February 9th 2014 – France’s Thomas Traversa proves to be the undisputed, ultimate storm windsurfer, winning the Red Bull Storm Chase final after a thrilling third mission to Cornwall, U.K. Marcilio Browne (BRA) secured the runner-up spot, with Leon Jamaer (GER) in third place and Dany Bruch (GER) in fourth position. © Red Bull Media House
Red Bull Storm Chase 2013/2014 – Mission 3: Cornwall - Highlights
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31 January 2013
Ten 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, after possibly the most radical day in windsurfing history the top 6 surfers move on to the second mission. It were Victor Fernandez (ESP), Thomas Traversa (FRA), Julien Taboulet (FRA), Robby S...
Red Bull Storm Chase 2013 – Storm 1/ Ireland - Highlights
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13 June 2008
Freestyle windsurfing - getting into sailing back-to-front - how to get into it by ducking underneath the booms.
Freestyle windsurfing - lightwind sailing back-to-front
14 June 2008
Misc. combo moves when sailing back-to-front - tacks, gybes, jump, back-to-back, etc. full article at lbws-com-au
Freestyle windsurfing - back-to-front misc.