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Sisterhood in the Pacific NorthWest

By Erica Gerald

For the gals around here, it doesn’t take long from the first shaky windsurfing session on Green Lake in Washington where they’re introduced to the sport to start contemplating the endless possibilities of maneuvers to be accomplished.

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Keeping the Spirit Alive

By Heather Riley

The confirmed selection of the 377 cm longboard ensures that athletes can sail in a wide range of conditions from zero to thirty-five knots, pushing their limits without being challenged by inevitable and unpredictable controlling and limiting wind factors imposed upon smaller boards.

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To Race of Not to Race

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