News Headlines – Thu 25th

No sooner has the last PWA event of the season drawn to a close in Cabo Verde than speculation has started on the 2011 PWA Tour. Rumours have been flying of an expanding calendar of World Tour events (we\’ve even heard completely unconfirmed speculation about a Maui event) – now Windsurf Journal are calling 15, including possible new South American and Canarian wave stages, the return of Klitmoller, and maybe even Supercross making a Caribbean comeback too? Read the translation here

If the PWA event got you in the mood for a visit to Cape Verde, check out Sportif\’s new year deals – flights and accommodation for just under £600. Can\’t be bad: more here.

Also following CV, the PWA Constructors Championship 2010 Rankings have been announced, with JP-Australia taking a narrow lead over Starboard for boards and NeilPryde a narrow lead over North. More at

No doubt hoping to nose ahead next year, North have unveiled their new racecourse weapon , the Warp F2011. More here (whereas it\’s still 2010 flavoured on!)

OK – action?!? How\’s this from Polish freestyler Robert Sosnowski in Prasonisi, Rhodes this year?

A quick apology for missing one (of many, we assume) in yesterday\’s congratulations. RRD are proud to call their rider Andrea Rosati Italian Wave Champion 2010. More here.

Clean water initiative +H2O have launched a new online store selling clothing, mugs, water-bottles and other merchandise with the proceeds going to the H2O charity fund. Check it out.

Staying on Maui, it seems they felt a tremor or two on Tuesday as minor 4.7 and 3.3 magnitude quakes struck off Kahoolawe Island. More from Rebecca at windorwithout

And finally, we\’re sure it was completely unrelated, but looks like Ho\’okipa was firing the following day – check out this clip of the pre-Thanksgiving action from

Photo Credit: PWA / JC


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