Antoine Albeau has just broken the World Windsurfing Record with 49.41 kts
Thursday 8 November 2012 –
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The fact that this close-to-50-knots record Record #sailingrecord was set in only 38 knots of wind, makes us all see the possibilities of the next days with more serious wind conditions! The Swedish legend Anders Bringdal, who lead the 1st day, broke the World Record Record #sailingrecord in Windsurfing on Production board twice on day two - and he improved his national Record to 48.38 knots!
The Female World Record in Windsurfing was broken twice by Zara Davis who obviously enjoys the news concept and the new “Lüderitz Speed Speed #speedsailing Challenge” channel! With 44.19 knots she is also the fastest Female British sailor. Lena Aylin Erdil has also learnt how to go fast in a few runs, breaking the Female Turkish Record several times during the past two days, reaching 41.53 knots. Farrel O’Shea has expertly defended his colours by beating the UK Record twice, ending with 46.15 knots!
Patrick Diethelm who holds the Italian Record is a double Record Holder. Sailing under the flag of Switzerland this year, he broke the Swiss Record with 46.29 knots. The French rider Cédric Bordes managed to sail the exact time of the previous Windsurfing Record showing 49.09 knots!
The German competitors are on track and produced excellent times, alternating the record position among them. Christian Bornemann broke the German record in windsurfing twice during the past two days, and he currently holds it at 43.93 knots while Dieter Gerichhausen reached 42.92 knots, holding this record for a time during the day. Christian Benzing from "Chris Benz watches" reached a personal best with 40.33 knots, not far behind his fellow countrymen.
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