This year’s Gran Canaria world cup was a week-long windsurfing action reel covering wave, and slalom racing.
Not a single day was quiet during this year’s Gran Canaria World Cup. The first weekend delivered the near-perfect wave conditions we all see in magazine shots. Then followed three days of full-power slalom racing, only to have wave action return the following weekend to bookend an incredible event.
Nearly all podiums had Severne riders present. Amongst others, Daida Moreno won her 22nd Pozo title, and Blanca Alabau won her first-ever women’s slalom victory.
After a long absence, the PWA Pozo World Cup has resurfaced with a bang. Philip Köster, hungry for victory, dominated to take the win in the mens fleet while Iballa Moreno beat her sister in the final to take the win in the womens fleet
Windwise coach and Severne Team Rider, Simon Bornhoft, continues his ‘Hang In There’ harness line series looking at different disciplines and sailing styles. For this issue, we shift the focus and harness line positions for the Freewave, Wave & Freestyle playgrounds. So whether you’re a weekend wave warrior or looking to fine tune like a pro, wise up and read on.
Southerly winds are out of the ordinary on the Canary Islands. Storm Filomena brought days of south winds that allow for sailing lesser known spots. Check out these images and video by the Severne team located on the Canary islands.
Back at it After months of lockdown, windsurfing is now back on the Canary Islands with a bang. A good number of Severne riders are located on the Canaries. In this unprecedented situation, athletes around the world have been forced to sit at home and ride out the...
AUTUMN IS ON! Autumn has officially started in Europe and is has been a windy one filled with plenty of action and great results for our team riders. With the World Cup in Sylt most of our team emigrated north to join the biggest world cup event of the year including...
VICTORY The 3rd and final stop of the Canarian leg on the PWA world tour happened on the island of Tenerife. After 6 days of waiting for conditions to finally materialize, it all came down to the final day with no room for errors, as there was only enough time to run...