Day one and a total of 400 nervous windsurfers were on site early for a 10.30 start. The six groups of Techno 293s were allocated to the Alpha Course and the 3 groups of RS:X Youth plus the Raceboard Masters to the Bravo.
The trouble was that the wind was just not co-operating. It was glassy at 100hrs so up went the AP - postponement - flags and we settled into wait
Neil Pryde Windsurfing has announced that they will support the 2011 RS:X Youth World Windsurfing Championships with spare parts service through their local dealer who will not be able to handle warranty requests
This is a full time post that will suit a young specialist windsurfing coach with drive and ambition to make a difference and the ability to work almost unsupervised.
The selected candidate would be required to develop and run the national windsurfing development plan having analysed the standard of the sailors, select suitable international regattas in which to compete. All within the agreed budget.