RIWmag had interviewed in June 2014 for his role as a windsurfer writer. At the time he was leaving his job as a sales engineer in the construction industry to take a sabbatical (www.riwmag.com/giuseppe-ammendola-da-windsurfista-a-scrittore/). A 3 years later RIWmag meets Joseph Ammendola to coincide with the release of his latest book, Once again tied [...]Read more →
After a week of online mass “That's Surf West” Federico Infantino (Goya, Quatro, MaverX, Al360, MFC, Flymount, Gopro) allows some web magazines, including RIWmag, You can project his film even on their pages (video at the bottom of this article). This and’ was an opportunity to RIWmag to join him for a first [...]Read more →
The Grand Slam 2018 It will be held from 12 to the 18 June in Calasetta (CA) returning to Sardinia to 7 days of Slalom races, Formula, Freestyle and Raceboard the event organizer Salvatore Carlton these days has also become Deputy zonal AICW to Sardinia. RIWmag caught up with him to find out more. RIWmag: Hello Savior. How many [...]Read more →
In the first episode of RIWmag visit at Italica, Alberto Salazar, Vp Sales, presented his company (www.riwmag.com/la-missione-di-riwmag-italica-1mo-episodio/). In the second episode Rossano Bakker, Project Manager for Italy and windsurfing trees Italica in China, He explained how it is phrased the question technique leading to the design and construction of a tree (www.riwmag.com/la-missione-di-riwmag-italica-2do-episodio/). In [...]Read more →
At Windfestival 2017 Christian Ferraro (responsible for Windsurfing & Wellness), with the participation of his team rider Carlena, presented before the cameras of its draft RIWmag windsurf school and related activities. More details on our facebook page Windsurfing & Wellness. And’ duty by RIWmag mention and thank [...]Read more →
At the last World T293 in Salou, in Spain, did the best Italian in its category, 14but in Youth Girls, but because of a World subjected to, just before this, definitely failed to give their best. Beyond the results and speculation about the outcome that he could get [...]Read more →
Giovanni Passani (Tabou Boards, GA Sails, AL360, LSD Fins) is one of the most talented freestyler in circulation. For a few years he moved to Sardinia, its level is steadily increasing and it shows in the races in which he participated: Italian Championship, EFPT and PWA. Here is the interview. RIW: Hi John. The season has just [...]Read more →
Also because of race conditions and critical dependence on call, in recent years Italy organize a wave and freestyle competition and’ become not easy.
Just finished the stage wave AICW 2017 in RIWmag, Sandy reached Christian Siringo, Vice President of AICW and head of artistic disciplines, freestyle and wave precisely.
RIW: Hello Christian. Let's do a quick summary of the earlier episodes. Last year you had resigned because of problems for organizing the freestyle competitions during the Windsurfing Grand Slam of Torbole. Then with the opening of the new four years you have been re-elected head of wave and freestyle disciplines. Surely you've done the experience of last year. What and’ changed this year from an organisational point of view and offer of races against riders?
RIW: This year the freestyle Championship stage scheduled for Puzziteddu it’ been called for lack of conditions during its waiting period. The freestyle competitions were therefore concentrate in the week of the Championship on Lake Garda which finally worked. What’ your current balance?
RIW: Reached the goal of freestyle competitions in 2017, that wave race is not’ been so’ granted, but in the end at least one stage and’ completed. And’ cosi’ hard to call a race wave with the waiting period so’ large?
At Windfestival 2017 RIWmag and’ able to interview her for an update on exciting Faiza Francis project “Run on water” that helps amputees and who’ affected by turn’ physical to practice the sport of windsurfing. Despite the physical limits to whom life forced them these guys have so much courage for sale [...]Read more →
RIWmag has interviewed Francesco Cappuzzo, FORTISSIMO “Waterman”: Francis 20 years, He lives in Sicily and was able to compete at the highest levels in windsurfing freestyle, wave and kite wave. Given the young age can only get better. We gave him some questions about his long racing season 2017 and his plans for next season. [...]Read more →
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