This morning we kick off with John Skye and his part four addition to his video 2012 video. The final part was a little delayed due to the birth of his beautiful daughter Lily. A huge congratualtions to him and Nayra from us all here at Boardseeker. So be sure to check out the video update to see what this radical father gets up to in his free time.

Sticking with the UK riders, it looks like a small cohort have ventured to Brazil already, including the likes of Max Rowe and partner in crime, Bethany Mercer. Some nice photo updates on facebook but also be sure to look left on our homepage and read about this amazing and ideallic windsurfing spot that is Jericoacora.

Up next is another nice webisode from our very own Alfie Hart. This months podcast features all the UK guys shredding in less than ideal conditions, but at a high level, during the final stop of the BWA in Cornwall. If it\'s not working for you below then head to our homepage to watch it in the header, it\'s certainly worth a watch and we are already looking forward to the next.

Another one from the EFE video contest now, and just missing out on the podium was this one in fourth place.

One more freestyle video for you now. This one comes from the Belgian youngster Nick van Ingen.

Three snippets to wrap up the morning with. News in from Luderitz - Antoine Albeau has set a new speed record within just two days of arriving at the purpose built speed trench. At 49.41 knots he beat his own record set in 2008 of 49.09 knots, now he is chasing hard for that 50 knot barrier. Check out the full report here.

One man who will be reading on intently will be Steve Thorp who has in the past reached GPS spikes of 54 knots, all though not official confirmed by enough satellite readings it still shows a massive speed and he will be keen to have another crack at it again soon no doubt. Meanhwhile his K4 fin team riders are going from strength to strength with Andy \'Bubble\' Chambers already taking the UK freestyle title and now Jamie Hancock doubling up and taking the UK wave title. A great effort for all and you can read more about it here.

Lastly, who\'s up for some serious swell? Looks like King of the Wind organiser and UK freestyler Adam Sims is already Cornwall way to chuck himself in at the deep end along with Austrian wave sailor Tom Hartmann. Just check out what\'s coming...

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