2008 Olympics Windsurfing

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Sailboarding at the Summer Olympics - Wikipedia

    Windsurfing has been one of the Olympic sailing events at the Summer Olympics since 1984 for men and 1992 for women. All sailors use the same One Design boards, daggerboards, fins and sails.The equipment is chosen to allow racing in a wide range of sailing conditions, as during the Olympic Games events must take place as scheduled whether or not there is enough wind for planing.

"Windsurfing's position in the 2008 Olympics under threat

    Windsurfing in the Olympics adds very much to the traditional sailing disciplines as it is a younger, more modern and exciting event. It is by far the most athletically demanding discipline in sailing requiring every bit of sailing and tactical knowledge as the other disciplines.

Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics - results & video highlights

    BEIJING - AUGUST 08: Lopez Lomong of the United States Olympic men's track and field team carries his country's flag to lead out the delegation during the Opening Ceremony for the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics at the National Stadium on August 8, 2008 in Beijing, China.

Sailing - Men's RS:X Windsurfing - Beijing 2008 Summer ...

    Aug 20, 2008 · Ashley makes it gold for the kiwis in the men's windsurfing RS:X event at the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympic Games. http://www.olympic.org/sailing-rs-x-windsurf...Author: boatingcyclingequest

Windsurfing In The Olympics: An Essential Guide To T...

    Windsurfing was late comer to the Summer Olympics.While sailing was introduced in 1900, windsurfing was first introduced into the Olympics in 1984 for men and 1992 for women. Historically, the most successful countries for windsurfing in the Olympics have varied over the years.


    Windsurfing technology changes at a rapid rate and Olympic equipment evolves with it. The latest change to the Olympic equipment was made in 2004 for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, and was selected to reflect a mid-2000s trend of wide raceboards that plane early (such as Formula boards).

Mr. Neil Pryde “Windsurfing As An Olympic Sport” RS:X Class

    The Sport of Windsurfing within the ISAF Olympic objectives. In about 2008 the ISAF executive requested a report from a committee headed up by Phil Jones of Australia reviewing Sailing’s position in the Olympic Games considering the IOC announced objectives for the future of the Olympics.

The history of Olympic windsurfing - SurferToday.com

    Windsurfing's first Olympic regatta was a highly tactical, nine nautical mile course challenge won by Stephan van den Berg, from the Netherlands. It was a race for the fittest. The 1984 Olympics also featured a Windsurfer One Design exhibition event with slalom, freestyle, and …

The Olympics & RS:X Australian Windsurfing

    Beijing 2008 Olympics In November 2004, the Neil Pryde RS:X board was chosen for use at the 2008 Olympics. In 2007, the Australian RS:X Class Association was formed. Nationally, the Australian Windsurfing Assoc., will foster RS:X racing along side Formula Windsurfing. Cost is approx. 3500 euros for the complete kit.

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