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Awareness Initiative Focuses On Education And Personal Watercraft Rider Responsibility

The Personal Watercraft Industry Association

Awareness Initiative Focuses On Education And Personal Watercraft Rider Responsibility WASHINGTON, DC – JULY 1, 2014 – The Personal Watercraft Industry Association (PWIA) announced today that it is again promoting the responsible use of personal watercrafts (PWC) by encouraging safety and education. The organization launched its second annual Safe Rider program nationwide over Memorial Day weekend, educating users of PWC ...

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4 Elements of a Safe Labor Day Celebration

Labor Day Safety

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Morene Dekker And Stand Up Paddle

Morene Dekker

Morene Dekker And Stand Up Paddle by Morene Dekker I am Morene Dekker (38) and a working mom.  I used to wake-board a lot but my boyfriend got a very bad injury from wake-boarding and after that we decided to sell the Ski Nautique (I was pregnant at that time too) and I started to learn surfing (wave-surfing) as we do live in Amsterdam, ...

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Nikola Girke 2-time Canadian Olympian & Windsurfer

Nikola Girke

Nikola Girke 2-time Canadian Olympian & Windsurfer by Nikola Girke Looking Back I learned how to swim from my dad.  He was a swimmer in his youth and when I was young we always went to the beach in the summer.  I also took swimming lessons at the local pool.  My first real attempts of windsurfing were made when I ...

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Water Safety On The Bass Strait Challenge With World Class Windsurfer Allison Shreeve

Allison Shreeve-photo credit by Luca Villata

Water Safety On The Bass Strait Challenge With World Class Windsurfer Allison Shreeve by Allison Shreeve Safety on the water is one of the initial lessons I learned from my first coach.  Always wear a life jacket, take spare rope, sail with other people, or tell someone if you’re going out alone where you are going and for how long.  ...

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Kayak For Humanity: “Giving Back to the Society”

Kayak For Humanity

Kayak For Humanity: “Giving Back to the Society” by Kayak For Humanity Kayak For Humanity – brainchild of Great People Sdn. Bhd. A group of young Malaysians will be embarking on an adventure to explore Sarawak, Malaysia by kayak. Led by Mr. Ziahul Asraf Syed Sultan who set three Malaysian records for long distance sea kayaking, the team also comprise ...

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Wind And Water – The Invention of Windsurfing Documentary Video

Wind And Water Video

The first and only documentary of its kind about the invention, history, and the evolution of the lifestyle of the windsurfer. Wind And Water – The Invention of Windsurfing Documentary Video from Joseph Schuster on Vimeo.  

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Speed surfing with professional windsurfer Erik Loots

Erik Loots

Speed surfing with professional windsurfer Erik Loots by Erik Loots   About speed surfing Speed surfing is a windsurfing discipline.  It is about going as fast as possible on water, only wind driving you forward.  The feeling is great to fly over the water, hanging in your harness just a few inches above the water surface, as it feels like ...

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Drowning Doesn’t Look Like Drowning

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Drowning Doesn’t Look Like Drowning by Mario Vittone The new captain jumped from the cockpit, fully dressed, and sprinted through the water. A former lifeguard, he kept his eyes on his victim as he headed straight for the owners who were swimming between their anchored sportfisher and the beach. “I think he thinks you’re drowning,” the husband said to his ...

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