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Annual General Meeting of Yachting New Zealand - Saturday 17th October 2015 in Auckland.

Windsurfing NZ is a member (Class Association) of Yachting NZ, and as such is entitled to attend and present at the AGM. Given the current state of play this relationship is of dubious value - it's currently sustained to maintain some form of channel to YNZ, and to support the Techno and RS:X Classes. If there are any issues you wish to raise with YNZ, or if anyone is interested and/or able to attend and represent Windsurfing NZ please contact me (Bruce Spedding).

The 61st Annual General Meeting of Yachting New Zealand is to be held at 10:30am on Saturday 17th October 2015 in Auckland.

August wind / water sports newsletter is out

Windsurfing- Taranaki Wave Classic - Kiwis on Maui 2015 - IFCA Slalom World Champs - The History of Windsurfing - AWA Prize Giving - FREE FOOD & Prizes - Kiwis on World Tour
Surf & SUP - WSL Tour - J-Bay - Molokai to Oahu 2015
Kitesurfing - Kite Girls - Formula world champs
Interviews - James Court - Wellington Wave Guru - Paul Vliestra - The Efficient Mountain Lion
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Urgent input into IFCA AGM wanted, including possible representative and nomination.

Here is a reminder about the IFCA AGM to which we (WNZ) are entitled to send a representative to vote (Thursday 23rd July 2015 during the world championships on Sylt, Germany). membership of IFCA allows our members to compete in overseas events. We need to email the name of our representative by 22nd , to ifca@internationalwindsurfing.com
Three (3) of the outgoing committee will certainly be up for re—election (Bruno, Eric and Ruben) – but there is room for new blood on the committee if we wish to propose someone. Alternatively , they are happy to receive by email our comments on the Agenda. Agenda and last years AGM minutes are available for download (click through). If anyone reading this would be available to represent WNZ at the meeting, or is willing to stand please contact me (Bruce Spedding) urgently ...

WNZ email newsletter

The newsletter has developed extensive readership in NZ and overseas. We have had helpful feedback about the content of the newsletter and to ensure that the newsletter provides relevant content and allows any brand related information to be fairly presented, we have created some rules. The objective of the newsletter share news about events, industry and product news to WNZ members and to the wider windsurf community both in New Zealand and internationally.

Tauranga Spring Windsurf Race Weekend - 3rd 4th Oct 2015

Sat 3 Oct 2015 - Sun 4 Oct 2015
Tauranga

Classic social event and a great way to start the windy season. Winds have not disappointed the last 2 years. Great venue, easy to access and sail for all levels from beginners up. Check out the Facebook page, and look for videos and pictures of past events.
https://www.facebook.com/events/301743380013052/

Auckland Windsurfing Assn. 2015 AGM

Thu 27 Aug 2015
Auckland

The 2015 Auckland Windsurfing Association AGM will be held at Swashbucklers Restaurant on the 27th of August.

Come along and be apart of the AWA and help with the upcoming year. The 2015 AWA prize giving and food will follow at 7.00pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/1667334713497633/

http://www.awa.org.nz

Exciting event news for New Zealand windsurfers

Heads up! There's some cool events looming in our back yard and more to come. We'll keep you updated.
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Windsurfing NZ June newsletter is out!

Carbon Art New Zealand Wave Sailing Nationals 2015 goes off!

The 2015 Wavesailing Nationals were held down at Taranaki over the weekend. The forecast was a little sketchy so everyone was stoked to be greeted at Kina Road by blue skies, a bit of wind and some clean sets rolling down the point. With 5/6 people in each heat, light wind on the inside and long lulls between sets, getting two decent waves in 15 minutes was the challenge.

Rivers and Coast Users Survey - Wellington

If you sail in the Wellington Region at all you could add your opinion...
Everyday, people in the Wellington region use and enjoy our harbours, coasts and rivers in a variety of different ways.
Greater Wellington Regional Council and local councils monitor and report on the quality of the water at popular beaches and river swimming spots so you know if there are any health risks present.

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