Overnight it looks like we've had two new videos drop in to our inbox. Both are really nice edits but the first is certainly worth the ten minutes of viewing time. We catch up with the Estonian windsurfing team with a look at their time on Fuerteventura this summer. These guys are well known for spending months and months in one spot and if you get a chance to watch them from the beach their power, style and progressive approach to freestyle is right up there. Introducing Chris Kalk, Tony Mõttus and Sten Aava, the members of team Slowride.
This second video is also of a very progressive nature, Julien Taboulet is certainly pushing the park side of windsurfing with kickers and sliders at his centre in Leucate. Recently he opened the doors to the public with a free competition to become the King of the Wesh. Well the final video has just dropped and the action is outstanding.
Moving on, have you ever wondered what it must be like for the photographers when shooting some of this action? More specifically, how the photoshoots work when they are underway in Maui. Well Jay Haysey has released the inside scoop for us. Here we get to sit on the shoulders of the Globalshots founder and go for a ride into the surf at Hookipa Beach Park.
Now we head back over to Thailand after reporting about the Kings Cup yesterday. Well Day four is now complete and with it the round up video of the action from the Starboard Phantom 295 fleet.
The last two videos come from Team QSW who are well known for the caravanning. Just a shop, these guys have a setup that even puts some of the UK's brand demo vans to shame well in the following two articles and videos you get a good look at what it is all about.
Inside a top windsurfer's Bailey Pegasus caravan the report.
Bailey Caravans goes windsurfing at Weymouth Speed Week the report.
That's about it for this morning but tune back in later as we have plenty more quality action to come...