Fantastic news from Weymouth\'s Sail for Gold on Saturday where Britain\'s Nick Dempsey has scooped gold at home on 2012 Olympic waters – a sign of things to come, we\'d like to think. Nick came second in the medal race, beating JP Tobin into second and Dorian van Rijsselberge into third overall. Meanwhile in the women\'s, Bryony Shaw rounded off a tough week by winning the medal race ahead of event winner Marina Alabau to wind up in eighth for the regatta. Full story at rsxclass.com and results at skandiasailforgoldregatta.co.uk

Staying at WPNSA for a moment, the OTC UK have announced that a new brand of sails is to be joining their racks as Vandal Sails are now available to demo in Dorset. More at uk.otc-windsurf.com

But the world\'s eyes are currently on the Dutch Caribbean island of Bonaire where PWA Freestyle kicked off yesterday with a full single elimination in both men\'s and women\'s fleets. Victorious after round one were Kiri Thode who beat Taty Frans in the men\'s fleet ahead of Steven Van Broeckhoven and Gollito, and in the women\'s Sarah-Quita Offringa took the first final from Laure Treboux. Full report on pwaworldtour.com – and here\'s that women\'s final...