RSX retained for 2024 pending re-evaluation...

After a week of meetings, the World Sailing AGM brought the 2018 Annual Conference to a close as they ratified the decisions made throughout the week.

Reg23 Submissions to WS November meeting

Please see Reg23 Submissions to WS November meeting, which have been made by Windsurfing Class Associations

Paris 2024 Events confirmed at World Sailing Mid-Year Meeting

World Sailing's Council met for the first day of a two day meeting on Monday 14 May at World Sailing's Mid-Year Meeting in London, Great Britain.

Olympic Equipment Re-evaluation Procedure

World Sailing's Council will vote on the Events that will be adopted for Paris 2024 when they meet on Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 May.

World Sailing votes - the fin and the foil

Submission M36 from the Chairman of the Events Committee, received more than 50% of the vote and was subsequently approved as the Events Committee recommendation to Council for the 2024 Olympic Games.

Fifty Years of Fun and Function

When I was a junior sailor during the 1970s, fleets of Sabots, Lasers, and Lehman 12s crisscrossed the channels of Marina del Rey during our summer evening races. It was a quintessential Southern Cali...

Windsurfing is one of the best sailing events at the Olympic games!

Windsurfing is one of most universal sailing event at the Olympic games with an excellent pathway from Techno 293 class to the RS:X Class! More than 60 countries from 6 continents are competing at th...

Letter from World Sailing President Kim Andersen

Dear Board, Council and Committee members and MNAs,

The (other) Windsurfing Pathway

Windsurfing has a solid base. No question about that with hundreds of junior and youth sailors taking part in Techno293 continental and world championships.

Events 2024 - Letter from Bruce Kendall to Kim Anderson

"I applaud your offer for people to email you from your "News Update" on Scuttlebutt...

WORLD SAILING COUNCIL VOTED ONLINE – WINDSURFING EVENTS TO BE REVIEWED FOR 2024 OLYMPICS!

Please see the World Sailing (WS) Council’s voting results

So why windsurf?

Back in 2014 Patrik Pollak was on a mission to find out the motivation that drove young windsurfers to the sport. Here is what he found out.

Girls Windsurf!

And that is a fact. Windsurfing has something that attracts the young generation. The fun, excitement and competitiveness drives thousands of youths into the sport on a yearly basis.

Written resolution of the Events Committee made on 31 January 2018

The Committee voted for the events that should be placed under review

THE RS:X – THE PRESENT AND FUTURE OF THE WINDSURFING AND RS:X CLASS IN THE OLYMPIC GAMES

In relation to the decision of World Sailing (WS), regarding the selection process for Events and Equipment for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games and “rumors” of possible scenarios with new Events and ...

World Sailing selects Olympic Events for Antitrust review

Following the adoption of World Sailing's new Antitrust Policy in November 2017, World Sailing has now selected the initial Olympic Events which will undergo an antitrust review in 2018.

MR. NEIL PRYDE “WINDSURFING AS AN OLYMPIC SPORT”

A letter received from our distinguished Honorary Life Member of the International RS:X Class, Mr. Neil Pryde. The Class is welcoming the valuable contribution of such an expert in sport matter, top ...

THE RS:X CLASS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE’S STATEMENT ON THE FUTURE OF THE RS:X CLASS IN THE OLYMPIC GAMES

Following recent statements from World Sailing regarding the selection process for Events and Equipment for the 2024 Olympic Games, the RS:X Class Executive have released the following statement.