windsailing

wind·sail·ing

 (wĭnd′sā′lĭng)
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Siblyback Lake Campsite, Cornwall Siblyback Lake Campsite on the edge of the Bodmin Moor is a top spot for water sports of all types, from windsailing and surfing to rowing and kayaking, and even WOWballs, where you take to the water in a giant ball.
Naturally, Jersey lends itself to a host of water sports, including scuba diving, snorkelling, surfing, windsailing, sailing and sea kayaking.
I think there are about eight participants who have real chances at winning a medal," said Sachs, who added 2003 windsurfing world champion Lee Korsitz; male windsailing duo Udi Gal and Gidi Kilger; female windsailing duo Vered Bouskila and Nike Kornecki; world champion wrestler Gotcha Tsitsiashvili and 2003 world cup gold medalist marksman Guy Starik, to the list of hopefuls.
For those who want other ways of finding their excitement, Bandos also offers watersports including windsailing, paragliding, catamaran sailing and banana boat riding.
Bancroft not only responded, but sometimes requested that the kids help out by doing "wind dances" to stir up a better breeze for windsailing.
Switching between skiing, which involves pulling their 250-pound sleds by sheer, brute strength, and windsailing, which requires mental and physical agility to adjust as the wind changes direction and force, generated a surprising degree of stress and anxiety for the two women.
All this makes West Cornwall an unbeatable venue for walking and riding, and a paradise for those who enjoy surfing, body-boarding and windsailing.
Features the entire team of the time, in shorts you could use for windsailing.