Another frustrating day was had by all at the Fuerte Wave Classic yesterday, super-light gusty winds were just about enough for a spot of mellow riding at La Entubadera – Mikey Clancy, Nayra Alonso and Dario Ojeda seem to be keeping their sanity though, according to the blogs. And for memories of more radical times, here\'s another perspective on the highlights so far, namely that mental big-wave riding Saturday, courtesy of Thijs Vancayseele
Now, we all like a little snoop around other kids\' toy-boxes, so check out the contents of Robby Swift\'s out on Maui. Robby, what\'s in your van? (That has to be worthy of spoof, and there must be some cracking rides out there – for your shot at fame, why not upload what\'s in your wagon to mpora.com/windsurfing and we\'ll feature the best right here...)
Speed World Cup have announced a welcome change to their European Speed Championship 2011 scoring system whereby each European National Championships event will have equal weighting towards the overall title. More at speedworldcup.com
Further to yesterday\'s brief missive from the Student Windsurfing Association, check out their full event write-up from an action-packed Round 2 of the K3-d Wave X, Rhosneigr last weekend at studentwindsurfing.co.uk
In the spirit of catching up, fanatic.com are carrying a full interview with Victor Fernandez on his experience at the Laureus World Sports Award the weekend before last where he failed to scoop the prize but enjoyed hanging out with Nadal, Figo, Vicario, Naish, Wozniaki and various soccer players in Abu Dhabi.
And finally, we showed you a slide-show last week from Japan\'s crazy Kuma Movie and his teddy bear, Chibikke. And here – to truly define the word incredulous – are Josh Angulo, Pete Volwater and Finian Maynard meeting the stuffed toy at Fuerte last year. More Nippon madness here.