To begin our wrap up of this week, and today\'s top news, comes from the current UK Freestyle Champion - Adam Sims. Releasing this epic video, edited by Bartek Jankowski, Adam promises for some more big news soon. In the meantime check out for more and head over to his facebook page to keep up with all his latest moves...

Sticking with UK Freestylers and don\'t miss out the action this weekend down at Worthing. It looks like tomorrow could be full on, so even if you fancy a look at what freestyle has become then we suggest to head down about midday. Whilst your there then you\'ll also be able to witness some quality slalom action. Travelling at 40 knots and all wanting to gybe in the same place, it also makes a great spectacle.

Now for something a little amusing. Point-7 have been making grounds in Italy by the looks of it, with their Black Sheep Team... confused? Watch this...

Over to Japan and it looks like the JPWA (Japanese Professional Windsurfing Association) is shaping up to provide some hot talent for the future. Their recent freestyle event seemed to go down a storm. Congratulations to the winner, Hiroumi Yoshida (JP/Neilpryde) and as clearly state - it definitely would be nice to see more Asian windsurfers on the PWA tour. Check it out and keep an eye open for the second move, Grubby into .....?

Italian sailor, Pietro Albano scored only a couple of session in the last two months but nonetheless it looks like his two month trip early this year seems to have paid off. Check out the hot moves from this young Naish rider.

News closer to UK shores and top UK coach Sam Ross has been undegoing his seven days of SUP challenge, passing the Millenium stadium in Cardiff yesteday evening, who knows where he is now. Be sure to keep an eye on his facebook page for all the latest updates and we are sure he would certainly be keen for any donations - dig deep people; it\'s the weekend, it\'s windy and it\'s for a damn good cause! DONATE HERE

See you Monday for more windsurfing news than you can shake a stick at.

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