The Men's RS:X competition will be a fascinating competition with several strong contenders spread across the fleet. A large number of the sailors in the fleet have what it takes to win the competition but it will be a case of who kicks it up when it really matters.
Now that the ISAF Youth Worlds have been successfully completed with a record participation numbers as far as the RS:X is concerned, it's time to turn our attention to the RS:X Youth Worlds in Penghu, Taiwan.
This takes place from October 20th - 27th and includesFREE charter equipment for up to 60 racers. To ensure everyone benefits we have set up a 3 stage process
Cool heads and steely nerves were among the vital attributes required to achieve ultimate success as the 2012 Four Star Pizza ISAF Youth World Sailing Championships finished on Dublin Bay in Ireland.
Across the seven different classes the finale was marked by light, conflicting breezes with at least as many title upsets unfolding through the day as there were expected winning scenarios playing out on cue.
When big events are organized, it is important that races are run on schedule. A day without racing is very rare in the world of Olympic windsurfing.
Occasionaly the sea is like glass and we have to wait as we did in Tallinn, Estonia during the RS:X Youth European Championships but as soon as the wind had filled in just a little, the fleets get called out.