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Olympics: A new windsurfing event ? The Olympic medalist's views

by Sail-World.com/nz 1 Sep 2018 05:03 PDT
Olympic Gold Silver and Bronze medalists believe that foiling windsurfing should be an Olympic event © 4ActionSport

Is the the new shape of Windsurfing?

Hear the views of the Olympic medalists who have tried the new discipline - given this level of support one would have thought that foiling windsurfing would have been an Olympic shoe-in.

Hear:

Dorian van Rijsselberghe :2x Olympic Gold Medalist
Aaron McIntosh: Olympic Bronze Medalist & Dutch Olympic Coach
Nick Dempsey: 3x Olympic Medallist
Lucie Belbeoch: Olympic Athlete & Foil Windsurfer

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