5th of July 2018, Poland, Konsal Formula Windsurfing European Championships

Australia, Latvia and Poland in top spots in Foil and Fin

One of Poland’s top windsurfers and bronze medalist from the Olympic Games in London Przemek Miarczyński is enjoying the championships
“It's hard to say whether Foil is my future, I am already working as a coach, and this championship is my first competition in Wind Foil. Due to the fact that the regatta is in Puck, I decided to take part. I had some training earlier on foil and it is great fun, especially as the conditions have been so good during the week.


The current Olympic class is still more universal. Now it is impossible to sail in such a wide wind-range on any other windsurfing class. Foil is growing, however you need 6-8 knots to race. In the RS:X you can race in 4 knots. However if you look at the fun aspect it is incomparable. For me and for many others Foil is excellent and I do not mind if the Olympic class changes.

Regardless of whether the competitors are 70 or 100 kg, we race together in weak wind and strong. It's just a matter of choosing the equipment. We do not know yet how the equipment will develop and this aspect may change, but it seems to me that Foil is the future. Racing is a lot less physically demanding and here for example you’ve got windsurfing veterans joining us on the racecourse.”

Przemek is third after 12 races in Formula Foil behind Janis Preiss from Latvia and Steve Allen from Australia.

In the FWC fleet it is also Janis and Steve, but swapping places 1 and 2, followed by Poland’s Wojtek Brzozowski in third.

19th of August 2019World Sailing has shortlisted five tenders to attend the Paris

2024 Men's and Women's Windsurfer sea trials from 29 September to 3 October 2019 at Circolo Surf Torbole on Lake Garda, Italy.

12th of August 2019Windsurfing review for Paris 2024

Among the ten events for the Paris 2024 Olympics is Men's and Women's Windsurfing, and a review is underway to determine whether the RS:X equipment, which has served the event since the 2008 Games, will continue beyond Tokyo 2020. World Sailing has received seven tenders by Class Associations and Manufacturers that request consideration to be the selected equipment for Paris 2024.

26th of July 2019MINUTES - 2019 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of International Formula Windsurfing Class

26th of July 2019Survey - 2024 Men’s and Women’s Windsurfer equipment selection

World Sailing is now inviting manufacturers and Class Associations to tender to be selected as the Men's and Women's Windsurfer equipment to be used at the 2024 Olympic Sailing Competition.

6th of July 2019The first Formula Windsurfing Foil champion

It was Maciej Rutkowski from Poland and Steve Allen from Australia, who battled it out until the final race.

22nd of June 2019Class Rule C.6.2.1 – Limitations

This rule limits a competitor to the use of ONE (1) FOIL.

22nd of June 2019ELECTIONS - Annual General Meeting of the Formula Windsurfing Class

To be held on Tuesday 2nd July 2019, after racing, at the event venue, Puck

19th of June 2019Agenda - 2019 Annual General Meeting of the Formula Windsurfing Class

To be held on Tuesday 2nd July 2019, after racing, at the event venue, Puck

3rd of June 20192019 Baltic Cup - video report

3rd of June 2019A view from the chair

A personal opinion after many years racing and representing international formula windsurfing class.