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Windsurfing is a form of sailing, where a board is powered across the water by the wind.
Polynesians have been using boards with sails for hundreds of years. It wasn’t until the 1960s that windsurf board design really developed and it became the sport we know today.
Unlike surfing, windsurfing uses the wind to propel forward while surfing uses the force of waves.
This means you can practice the sport anywhere with a big body of water and wind, such as lakes, rivers, estuaries and, of course, the open ocean.
For everyone who loves windsurfing..
Sarah-Quita Offringa (born 4 July 1991) is a Dutch professional sailor from Aruba. She competed in the PWA World Tour windsurfing competition. In 2011 following back to back 2010/2011 PWA Women’s Freestyle World Championship titles wins together with winning the 2011 PWA Slalom World Championship she was nominated by the International Sailing Federation for the ISAF World Sailor of the Year Awards.
NoveNove Aloha Classic 2016 – Pro Women highlight video
The 2016 NoveNove Aloha Classic was a fantastic wave event with big conditions. Double mast high waves challenged the best wave windsurfers at Ho’okipa. The Maui locals and Maui residents dominated the event in the men’s pro fleet in 2016. In the end, Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) capped off an amazing 2016 — which has seen her win two world titles and complete the podium in the waves — in the best way possible as she fought her way back through the double elimination on a dramatic final day to earn her first victory on the wave world tour by winning the most prestigious event in windsurfing as she was crowned the 2016 NoveNove Maui Aloha Classic Champion.
Sarah Hauser (Tabou / Simmer / MFC) showed her big wave prowess during the single elimination as she tamed Ho’okipa’s fierce waves to take the victory in the single. However, on the final day and with the wind rapidly fading the 27-year-old saw first place snatched from her claws. Hauser still records her best result on the PWA World Tour — improving on her 4th place finish here last year — while she also finishes 2016 as the American Windsurfing Tour champion.
Junko Nagoshi (Goya Windsurfing) completes the podium at this year’s Aloha Classic, while fellow Japanese Motoko Sato (Starboard / Severne) places fifth.
Fiona Wylde (Starboard / Sailworks) came into the event with high hopes having finished second here in 2014 and 2015, but unfortunately suffered a broken foot after landing an aerial awkwardly during the single elimination, so with the completion of the double Wylde falls back to fourth place. Everyone from the PWA Would like to wish Fiona a speedy and successful recovery.
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