Good morning windsurfers. We hope you had a nice windy weekend and are ready for some more action from around the World as we have it ALL for you today.

Today we start with some action from the French freestyle crew. Pulling off some cool moves at their homespot it looks like Julien Mas and co. are getting in good shape for the upcoming PWA Fuerte competition.

Another BJ Production for you and some intense wave action in Tenerife. If you\'ve ever considered what to do in that two hours before work, perhaps something a little like this might float your boat. Featuring Fanatic/Simmer sailor Jochen Stolz in Two Hours.

Back on UK shores and it looks like the RRD crew had a great time down in Poole at the H2O demo weekend. Action, lifestyle and headaches were on the cards and the cards certainly delivered. Check out Whitey\'s pictures over on facebook and see the vibrant board and sail collection for yourself and be sure not to miss your next demo day as it is a great opportunity to see and feel the toys for yourself. In the meantime check out Roberto Ricci introducing the RRD Firemove below whilst at the RRD international meeting.

More UK news and have had a fantastic weekend of coaching with strong winds, good waves and a nice turnout, check out some of the action over on the getwindsurfing facebook page and be sure to head to their website to find out more about future clinics and coaching days both in the UK and abroad.

Now if spinning and \'new skool\' moves are your thing then check out this clip featuring PWA rider Davy Scheffers. We have to say that this even leaves us a little bit mind boggled as to what just happened but see for yourself and let us know if you can work any of the moves out Introducing Chasing the Dream 3.75.

Our last snippets of news for you this morning come from the PWA and EFPT. Firstly, the EFPT have already confirmed that the tour will be stopping in Sigri, Greece and are calling all riders to enter and get their accomodation sorted whilst the offer is still avaliable from the event organiser, Marcel. Head over to to find out more about the events this season. On to the PWA and they have announced a new annual competition acclaimed as the PWA Windsurfing Excellence Awards. These awards will be given out for incredible achievements in the sport. Supported by Islas Canarias, categories will include: Biggest wave, jump of the year, best single wave ride move, freestyle move of the year, wipeout of the year, racing move of the year, PWA sailor of the year, honorary award, photographer of the year, short film of the year and outstanding achievement in cinematography award. Some pretty cool awards there and a good move by the PWA as windsurfing progresses fast into the digital age. Find out more and how to enter (yes it is open to all) at

See you later for more action.

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