A clinic program orientated on our future, the next generation of windsurfing!

In all sports you see young talented people getting coached by a trainer to get the full profit of their talent, in all sports except windsurfing. In the next generation project we want to give this opportunity to every young talent; to learn faster and become better in what they love to do, Windsurfing. The coaching will cover almost all levels. From the first jibes till the creasiest moves you can imagine. It will be 6 days of full coaching from morning till evening on some of the best locations in Europe!

Besides improving their sailing, participants will also meet a lot of other windsurfers of their age with about the same level; there is nothing as good as little healthy competition to improve even faster. Everybody knows the benefits of training with people of your level or even a bit higher. Put a coach on top of that and the results will follow guaranteed. This makes the clinics the perfect concept for fast improvement!

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Day Three - Porto Pollo

Today the wind was a bit less good than expected. In the morning there wasn’t too much action as the participants were still tired of the previous day and their hands needed some rest from the previous days. So instead of going for a low wind session we decided to relax a bit in the sun and go through the things which went wrong and good the day before.
Mattijs Lasore

After a nice lunch at the club of Porto Pollo the wind started to improve and everybody hit the water. With a good forecast everybody was hoping for a great session as the wind improved but sadly enough, this never really happened. It were still planing conditions but it was pretty up and down which made it perfect for the guys to test how consistent they already got in their moves. Riccardo Pistidda who was the birthday boy of today got really close to his first culo and improved his flaka’s compared to the day before. Michiel De Cooman landed several shaka’s even in the light winds and Mattijs Lasore got his flakas super consistent now and closer to his shaka’s.
Michiel De Cooman

After 2,5 hours sailing the wind really died off and we decided to call it the day and safe some energy for tomorrow as the forecast looks the strongest for the whole week!
Dieter Van der Eyken
Cheers NGP

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