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Antoine Albeau

Sail#: F-192, Nationality: French Residence: France

2008 PWA Slalom World Champion
2007 PWA Slalom World Champion
2006 PWA Slalom 42 World Champion
2006 PWA Super X World Champion

10 times champion of France [86, 88, 90, 91, 95, 96, 97, 99, 00, 01 ]

Antoine started windsurfing at the age of 5 on the island of R? (west coast of France).Guided by his father Antoine became a professional windsurfer in 1992. Since then,he has accumulated many national and international titles and is now considered as one of the best windsurfers in the world.

Likes competing in all three disciplines - race, waves and freestyle. Loves strong winds, monster waves and speed.
Trade mark : running elephant

French National Champion 2001 (10 times French National Champion since the beginning of his career)


Ross Williams

Sail#: GBR-83
Nationality: British
Residence: Great Britain

2009 6th Cabo Verde Waves
2008 PWA ranked 4th Slalom
2007 PWA ranked 9th Slalom
2006 PWA ranked 9th Wave, 8th Slalom 42
and 8th Super X

British Racing and Wave Champion, 2000
5th. Formula Worlds, 2000
Formula World Champion U22, 2000
3rd.Polish Championships, 2002




Finian Maynard

Sail#: KV-11
Nationality: Irish
Residence: British Virgin Islands
Currently the world outright 500 meter and nautical mile record holder, Finian is ready for the next challenges ahead. With activity again from the boat Macquarie Innovation, the time is now for the next level to be hopefully breached but it will take meticulous preparation and an unbending will to bring windsurfing to the Promised Land.

Two-time world outright 500 meter record holder (46.82 & 48.70-knots)
World outright nautical mile record holder (39.97-knots)
WSSRC 10 Sq.M Class record holder
4-time Speed World Champion ('98-'01)
2008 ranked 7th PWA Slalom
2007 PWA World Tour Slalom rank 5th


Cyril Moussilmani

Sail#: F-71
Nationality: French
Residence: France

- 2008 ranked 5th Slalom
- 8th PWA World Tour rank Slalom
- 5th Slalom 42 Colgate PWA World Cup Sylt 2006
- 3rd Red Bull Storm Rider 2006
- 2nd PWA Super X 2005
- 22nd PWA Wave 2005
- 3rd IFCA Almanare 2003
- French Champion Overall 2000
- 2nd French Championship Overall 2001, 2002 & 2003
- Top 15 Overall PWA 2000

How I started:I was walking with my parents on seaside and some guys were windsurfing. I told my mother that I would love to try this sport! At this time I was only 9 years old, so it was difficult to have a permission to teach me windsurfing. But my mother had a good friend, who taught me one week and after that I practiced alone. My brothers tried a fews years after me.

Best windsurfing day in my life:I think it's in Maui but there are some in my home spot Marseille


Bjorn Dunkerbeck(E-11, North Sails)

Bjorn Dunkerbeck has become a Bjorn Dunkerbeck has become a household name in windsurfing and beyond. Twelve times overall world champion and a huge driving force behind the sport, Bjorn proved he is still a major contender to be reckoned with by winning the 2005 overall Slalom 42 world title. Pushing the limits of speedsailing and ripping it up with the young generation in wavesailing, the true master of the sport is still as competitive as ever. The Terminator has no intention of retiring just yet.


Micah Buzianis (USA-34, F2/ North Sails)

Hailing from the Rocky Mountains, Micah has come a long way from mountain boy to full bred windsurfing racer. Over the years he has been consistently at the top of the race rankings, winning the PWA Formula racing title in 2003. In the all new Slalom 42 discipline, Buzianis raced his way into the 2005 world championship, together with Bjorn Dunkerbeck in an unprecedented shared overall first place. Slalom is back and with it, so is Micah Buzianis.


Josh Angulo (US-11)

Without a doubt, Josh Angulo is one of the PWA's most turbulent riders. Enfant terrible turned dedicated athlete, Josh is back in full effect with his unique radical style ripping up the wave charts since his return to the tour in 2000, sealing his comeback with an impressive victory in the 2005 Jeep Hawaii Pro. Through his tremendous enthusiasm, Josh promotes the sport wherever he can,proving he's not only a sensational windsurfer these days, but an important and charismatic spokesperson for windsurfing as well


Karin Jaggi (Z-14, F2)

Not only is Swiss born Karin Jaggi a super-talented all-round windsurfer, excelling in every discipline; she is also officially the fastest windsurfing woman on the planet with a world speed record of 41.2 knots. Over the years, Karin has demonstrated her versatility by winning several world titles in every discipline, including this year's newest departments of Super X and Slalom 42. In 2005 Karin was voted on thePWAmanagement board to help build the tour and the sport with her longstanding experience as a superb professional windsurfer.


Valerie Ghibaudo

Sail#: FRA-444
Nationality: French
Residence: France


1st PWA event The 2005 Fuerteventura PWA Slalom 42 World Cup
2008 ranked 2nd PWA Slalom
2007 ranked 2nd PWA Slalom

1 daughter: 7 years Margaux