Learning to windsurf and unlocking new moves can be challenging, but with this weeks windsurfing quick tips you will learn to tack like a pro in no time. Making that perfect tack is pretty high up on most windsurfers ‘to learn’ list (no matter how many years you have been sailing). Follow Sam’s brilliant tips from this week and see how you get on:
With our front hand grab the mast pretty low to create more space When going to the other side move the sail across into the space you leave behind.
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On day one Team Twangled Pro Freestyle Jet Skier Mike Niksic Went huge on an attempted back flip and wiped out huge, but caught the boat on impact and ended up riding it out.. Kyle Burtka sunk his ski on Saturday, recovered it, restored it, and returned Sunday. Sunday the video shows Kyle’s crash as the ski ended up pulling him under the waves of Lake Michigan. Niksic, the next rider in the line-up for the double ups had to commit to his jump before getting to Kyle. He ended up pulling Kyle from under the water as a near drowning occurred. Burtka was taken to Northwestern Hospital and treated for water ingestion and hypothermia. He was released in good condition later in the day. This live actual footage shot by Tony Papa. Full network interview can be seen at : http://abclocal.go.com/wls/video?id=6968285
Total Fire Ban closes The Point for another New years Day.C’mon guy’s ,you’re getting too predictable.luckily great vis and slight seas let us in to Storm Bay again to scooter to the inside of Kiama Blowhole.Still pretty surgey inside we’re greeted by two rays,one at least two metres across.