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» Ages 8 - 18
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Wednesday Night Racing

» FREE public races every Wednesday evening
» May through September
» Apres race Beach BBQ every week

Peter Penev has put together a great video of the Mammoth windsurfing race around the island. He took the footage while on one of the support boats for the race. It would be a great idea to do something like this every year - ideally for all the Mammoth races. Let us know if anyone has some exnperiece in filming and editing videos for next year's Mammoth. Click here..>> to see the video.

Thanks to Peter!

The Canadian Masters Windsurfing Association (CMWA) will be holding their annual championships at Toronto Windsurfing Club on the August Long weekend, August 2-5, 2013. The event is open to all TWC Members and local sailors.

The CMWA is an organization that encourages participation in the sport of windsurfing through this championship held annually at different location across the country and through development clinics that are regularly run.


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Please join us for a weekend full of windsurfing fun! See below for a tentative schedule of events. These are all wind/condition dependent but regardless we are going to be at the beach with demos and clinics, so mark your calendars for the weekend of September 28th and 29th.

Saturday, September 28, 2013 
9am: Pancake breakfast with proceeds supporting the Children’s Art Museum
Freestyle feature
Long Distance Fun Race around a buoy and back
Evening music/BBQ

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There has been some gear that has gone missing from the Learn to Windsurf locker. A 4.7m sail with complete rig has gone missing. If you have it or seen it please return them to the LTW locker. No questions asked.

By Rob Hodgetts
BBC Sport

Britain's four-time kiteboarding world champion Steph Bridge says the Olympics should find room for both kiting and windsurfing.

Kiteboard racing will make its Games debut at Rio in 2016 after the International Sailing Federation (Isaf) axed windsurfing last week.

"I know windsurfing's not gone for ever, absolutely," said Bridge. "Without windsurfing, kiteboarding wouldn't be where it is.

"But it's important to get clear - they are two separate sports and both deserve to be in the Games. If they have to lose one of the sailing classes, so be it."

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* Kiteboarding set to replace windsurfing at Rio Games

* Windsurfers don't want Weymouth regatta to be the last

* Authorities facing legal challenge over decision

By Ori Lewis, Reuters

WEYMOUTH, England, Aug 7 (Reuters) - If kitesurfing replaces windsurfing at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, most of the competitors currently on surfboards will also dominate the new discipline, the women's gold medallist said on Tuesday.

"If they include kitesurfing, it will be the same people who will be competing, as in the world there are no more than 20 people (at the top level) ... I think wind surfing will come back for 2020," said Spain's Marina Alabau.

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