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  1. The 2019 European Freestyle Pro Tour (EFPT) calendar has been released.

    This year, the organization secured a prize money of €108,000 and will hold events in eight different venues.

    The season will kick off with a tow-in only competition in Austria. Then, after a stop in Spain's Catalonia, the best freestyle windsurfers of the Old Continent will head to Italy for a new challenge in Sicily.

  2. The International Windsurfing Tour (IWT) announced the introduction of equal prize money for male and female competitors.

    The announcement takes full effect in the 2019 season and will award $50,000 overall to the eight best-ranked wave sailors.

    The breakdown for both pro men and women goes as follows:

  3. French Polynesia is one of the most beautiful places in the world. But it also exports truly talented sportswomen.

    "Meherio" is a documentary featuring professional windsurfer Mathilde Zampieri, as well as pro surfers Aelan Vaast and Vaimiti Teiefitu.

    They are three of the most exciting young female watersports performers in French Polynesia. The 45-minute movie was shot by Colter Johnson.

  4. World Sailing Class has opened the applications process for the windsurfing equipment for Paris 2024.

    The governing body for the sport of sailing is re-evaluating equipment selected for the Olympic Games at every eight years.

    World Sailing wants to reduce the risk of monopolies, and force manufacturers to remain price-competitive and produce high-quality gear.

  5. The first windsurfer to ever take on Nazaré's Praia do Norte continues to impress.

    Jason Polakow is probably the most well-rounded wave sailor on the planet, and it's quite clear why. This time, he got on a plane to what appears to be T-Land, in Indonesia.

    "Indonesia has always been on my bucket list. I've been watching the Indian Ocean fire up every year, so I've been doing a lot of research and hearing a lot of ghost stories, so I thought it's time that I come out here and find something," explained the Australian.

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