Reading for the weekend

by Maarten on March 27, 2010

Tweet I’m a bit behind with updating my website. So maybe you have seen these two windsurfing magazines already. But nonetheless, The International Windsurfer Magazine and Revolution Mag are both excellent reads for the weekend. Click the covers to start reading. Have fun!

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Team and sponsor changes

by Maarten on March 21, 2010

Tweet For professional windsurfers sponsorship deals are an important part of their income. There are always a lot of things happening around that topic in the windsurfing industry. First of all, Angulo managed to get Gutek Kurczewski (POL-75) on their team. This young talent has a beautiful track record already, being the 2009 Junior Slalom […]

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Point-7 2011 prototypes

by Maarten on February 28, 2010

Tweet The Point-7 team is working hard on the new sails for 2011. They look gorgeous as you can see on these pictures. The sails don’t contain any logo’s yet because they are prototypes. Point-7 is not a big sail brand in the Netherlands but with these sails that might change :-). For some reason […]

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Naish Sails and Severne Sails update website

by Maarten on February 28, 2010

Tweet Naish Sails decided to update their website. It is available to you in four languages: English, French, German or Spanish. All the 2010 Naish Sails are on the website. Severne Sails also created a new website. The site is very good looking and you can find all the new 2010 sails on it. Also […]

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Tow-in windsurfing?

by Maarten on February 14, 2010

Tweet You probably have heard about tow-in surfing. With muscle power alone the surfer can’t make enough speed to get picked up by the wave. The solution is easy, the surfer is towed in onto the wave by a wave runner. The surfer is now able to get bigger waves. I didn’t know that this […]

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Hiswa 2010

by Maarten on February 14, 2010

Tweet Hiswa, one of the biggest dutch boat shows is coming up. The expo is not as big as BOOT Dusseldorf but you can still find a lot of boats and water sports related stands. There is one major difference with BOOT, there are almost no windsurfing exhibitors. As a windsurfer I wouldn’t advice you […]

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Tweet A new Windsurfer International Magazine is out. This is a fairly new windsurfing magazine which you can find only online.  And that’s no coincidence. Brain likes print but he has to say that even recycled paper doesn’t make up for the traditional methods print uses to publish everything because of the toxic inks, wasted […]

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Improving Mad Windsurfing

by Maarten on February 10, 2010

Tweet Lately I am thinking about redesigning the website. I like the clean look the website has and the fast loading times. The website is also is easy readable. What I don’t like is the fact that my site is not very recognizable. It could be any site instead of Mad Windsurfing. The navigation is […]

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Boa Vista Surf trip – Cabo Verde

by Maarten on February 9, 2010

Tweet I guess I need to go to a warm tropical island again. Since all videos I am posting lately are shot at beautiful and tropical windsurfing spots. This video shows footage from a 2 week surf trip to Boa Vista which is part of the archipelago of Cabo Verde. …And here in the Netherlands […]

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Big wave windsurfing Tenerife

by Maarten on February 6, 2010

Tweet Tenerife had some great windsurfing conditions this winter (unfortunately not when I was on the Canary Islands). How good? Well check out the video below.  Windsurfers Dany Bruch and Alex Mussolini were filmed at the north shore in extraordinary waves. Via: Windsurfer Today

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