over international field of entrantsin Hawaiian Windsurfing Champs1st event of 99 season at Mokulei`a more http://holoholo.
beats Robby Naish in nail-biter final at 16th annual Aloha ClassicMaui's Jennifer Henderson edges Canadian Kelly Moore Dunkerbeck wins 12th consecutive PWA Championship! Full Official PWA results:more http://holoholo.
only Professional Windsurfers Assoc event in Hawai`i final stop on the PWA World Tour launches today at Ho`okipa (99Nov05) over 100 competitors, holding period thru Nov12 more http://holoholo.
Before the sun was properly up this morning, the first PWA riders were out on the water, preparing for the 2005 Sylt wave performance.
The fourth day of competition at the Nivea World Cup Sylt 2005 proved to be the most inconsistent so far.
As the Slalom 42 contest got underway on the third day of competition at the Nivea World Cup Sylt, it became clear that Bjorn Dunkerbeck (E-11, North Sails) is still the master of racing.
Another quiet day in Westerland, before the action is set to kick off tomorrow at the Nivea World Cup Sylt.
The first official day of competition has turned out to be another day of preparation for the riders, as the wind failed to materialize despite decent forecasts.
The PWA riders have gathered on the German island of Sylt for the final event on the 2005 PWA calendar.
The PWA has just been informed by the Hyeres Windsurfing Organisation, that the 2005 Almanarre Hyeres PWA World Cup has been cancelled due to a lack of funding.
After a short break, the PWA fleet is preparing for one of the traditionally biggest events on the calendar - Sylt, Germany.
The PWA in association with Sportshows TV is proud to bring you the DVD that everyone has been waiting for - The 2005 Jeep Hawaii Pro.