A Tale of two WindMakers
It was the best of times. It was the worst … → “A Tale of two WindMakers”
By John Chao
Today, early in the summer of 1995, I sit on a made-for-windsurfer sailboat off the shores of Virgin Gorda, watching competitors sit on the beach and wait for wind. I can't help but wonder, how can competitive racing survive with today's high wind demands?
Yin-Tang for Life, Nirvana and our Human Ties.
Back to Basics: Extreme Interests!
The big wave had formed long before the shows even … → “Back to Basics: Extreme Interests!”
Gotta Have it – Vol. 3, Issue 3
Jibe & Tack
By Tom Ashwell
Dusk and the 4 hour Church of Elvis
By Maui Meyer
So I was standing in front of the Church of … → “Dusk and the 4 hour Church of Elvis”
To Race of Not to Race
By Mariel Devesa
Homo Ludens: Man at Play
By Greg Francke
Getting around a Longboared
By Alexandra Flood
Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship windy-prise. My assignment is to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no Non-Windsurfing lamo has gone before.
Interview with William Kenneth Winner US-1
Ken Winner is babysitting his two daughters at their home … → “Interview with William Kenneth Winner US-1”
Misunderstanding: One Design
By Fred and Sharon Ellsworth
The following article is by Fred and Sharon Ellsworth, whose … → “Misunderstanding: One Design”
Windsurfing Expo San Francisco
By Scott See
Put Friday October 13th through Saturday the 15th on your … → “Windsurfing Expo San Francisco”
By Joanne M. Pierson