This morning we start with this clip from Loick Spicher, after travelling for over 36 hours from his home in Switzerland he arrived at Camocim. He plans to stay there for one month to practice with the locals who are ripping on almost another level, in particular the young Hugo de Souza who is only 15 years old!

Fancy getting that insanely good? Well Colin and Marco have finally released their coaching DVD and it is certainly a start to ripping hard. You can find out all about it in the video interview below where Neil Greentree from Quayside windsurfers caught up with Colin \'Whippy\' Dixon at this years National Watersports Festival. Be sure to follow all their moves over on facebook.

The final video for this morning is another out of the National Watersports Festival. This one is a bit of a fly through the weekend in a very compressed form, you can see everything that goes down so as not to miss out next year...

Over in Cape Hatteras the report from day 1 has been released and it looks like small surf was still on the cards, no official competition but some managed to make it out past the waves and enjoy a few smacks. Check it out by clicking here.

Now here is a nice rider update, Nayra Alonso, partner to John Skye has posted about getting back on the water as soon as their baby is born. Now very close to the big moment she talks about how September is a great time in the Canaries and how she passes her time before the birth. We wish all of them the best of luck and look forward to hearing about a new addition to the windsurfing world...

Finally, down under Gunfire images reports that the season is officially open with this pictorial update of the locals ripping.

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