LIVE CHAT WITH JOSH STONE

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Laurent
June 14th 2012
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What about a LIVE chat with Josh Stone?

As if you were sitting at the same table drinking a coffee; ask him about his life, carrer,..

LIVE CHAT will take place on Wednesday 20th June at 7.30pm (UK time).
http://boards.mpora.com/features/live-chat-josh-stone.html

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BRAZIL TRIP WITH LEON BELANGER

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Laurent
February 27th 2012

Leon spent some time in Brazil last December ! He couldn’t wait to get his gear in warm waters! Stoked to see him rips  and spread his positive energy for windsurfing !

Enjoy your day in the water!

MINDS WIDE OPEN MOVIE PREMIERE @ CAFE MAMBO

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Laurent
November 30th 2011
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Last week we could enjoy the projection of Minds wide open @ Cafe Mambo in Paia..Was it a success? We over heard someone saying: “If you thought interest for windsurfing was slowly dying, you might want to rethink it” ..The place was packed, way before the movie started and we were around 30 standing outside to peek on the screen inside. It was nice to see not only the windsurfing community was gathered but also local surfers and after seeing the movie, we’d only agree it was mind opening!

The movie was sick, great balance of lifestyle and action!
Lot’s of guys were there and the party ended @ Charley’s with drinks and music!

Enjoy the blurry pics below!

 

More:

www.cafemambomaui.com

www.mindswideopenmovie.com

 

Jay Lee Wins AM Makani Classic on Goya windsurfing!

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Laurent
November 7th 2011

If you sail Kanaha, you most likely have seen Jay sailing! He is a freestyler at heart and impressed by every windy day with all the latest freestyle tricks most of us don’t know the names anymore! He has a great positive attitude and spreads the Goya windsurfing stoke wherever he sails.

Entering the Makani Classic and wining the event Jay proved he was more than a freestyler, he showed nice wave sailing and we at Goya windsurfing are proud to have him on our team! Congrats Jay!

Goya Windsurfing proudly welcomes Junko Nagoshi to our International Windsurfing Team

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Bjoern
October 23rd 2011

As of October 2011 Junko Nagoshi is part of the Goya Teamrider Tribe. Here’s what a few of us had to say, after overcoming the initial moment of speechless happiness:

“Junko is one of the most dedicated windsurfers on the planet. I see her giving it all on the flat days or big ones, up and down the coast, on the other side of the island or planet, rain or shine. She inspires me. Thank you for your trust and welcome to the team Junko!”
Francisco Goya

“When the wind is light and the waves are big, on days when I go to Ho’okipa or Kanaha and I know there will only be a few sailors out, Junko will be one of them. Her experience shows in her confidence, and her commitment to windsurfing has taken her to the top levels of performance. Junko is technical with her gear, critical, but funny and easy going as well. I’m super stoked to be working with Junko!”
Jason Diffin
Sail Design

“In our quest to do a better job at representing the often neglected female side of our sport I’m very excited to see Junko now singed to the team. I know we all are looking forward to developing beautiful products together and to share many waves with yet another inspiringly positive Goya personality!”
Bjoern Zedlick
Product & Graphic Design

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A few words from Junko herself

How long have you been windsurfing?
That must be 16 years by now.

Where did you learn?
In Japan, where I went to my university. The first day I got on the board, I immediately thought this is what I want in my life!

What gets you excited to go windsurfing?
Windsurfing is not the easiest sport. It is very challenging and there are many things to learn from, that’s what I like. Going to the beach for windsurfing for me is like going to church.

Goals in windsurfing?
To share this excitement with other people.

Why Goya?
They test their sails and boards a lot where I sail most, at Ho’okipa. You can’t go wrong with Goya! Besides many good things about the Goya equipment, I like the very enthusiastic people involved in this brand. All the riders have their established style and are ripping! Then, the Banzai is such a nice sail. Light and easy to handle in the wave. The first day I used a Goya board and a Goya sail, I was simply amazed how far windsurfing equipment has improved now. “Banzai” is a Japanese word that used when you achieve your goal. I think it is a perfect name for this sail.

Anything else you want to say?…
Big Mahalo to Francisco for adopting me as a Goya team rider! I am looking forward to work with all the team!!

Junko Nagoshi

Aleix CAT-555 Rockin’ the Moves

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Stephan
September 23rd 2011
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I don’t know about you, but when I see sailors rockin’ moves like this with ease and nonchalance, it depresses me. Then it motivates me.

You gotta love the moves Aleix Sanllehy pulls off in this lil video. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

Goya Windsurfing Now Available In Turkey

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Laurent
September 19th 2011
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We are proud to announce Goya sails and boards are now available in one of the finest club in Turkey! We are working closely with Storm Windsurf Center, and you should be able to see the Goyawindsurfing range there as soon as 2012!

The team could jump on their Ones to confirm they were fitting perfectly the local conditions and shared with us some refreshing footage for you to enjoy!

“Goya Turkey Team Riders Cem Duman, Tolga Coskun  and Cemre Paksoy were having a great time on the water at Cesme Boyalik Beach.”

 

Congrats to all Goya and Quatro riders at the 2011 KIA Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup in Klitmoeller Denmark

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Bjoern
September 19th 2011
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The Goya Team would like to thank everyone involved in making the 2011 KIA Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup in Klitmoeller Denmark happen.

On top we’d like to send our kudos and raised thumbs to all Goya and Quatro riders performing one helluva show out there. This goes out to Aleix Sanllehy and Camille Juban as well as well as Adam Lewis and Francisco Garcia, who more than just held the brand candles in the super session on Thursday. Keep making it like word in Sylt guys, we’re proud of you!

Find some pictures of the guys and the contest vibe below, which Goya Designer Bjoern Zedlick was able to snatch while enjoying the event and the elements up north himself.

FEDERICO INFANTINO RIPPING ON GOYA WINDSURFING

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Laurent
September 3rd 2011
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Saying Fede rips is an under statement!  Travel through his pics to tenerife and Sardinia! Stoked to have him on board Goya windsurfing!

ALEIX WARMS UP ON HIS NEW GOYA SAILS !

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Laurent
August 29th 2011

Aleix got his new Goya sails and is warming up in Pozo before Klitmoller and Sylt!

Aleix CAT-555 con las velas GOYA 2012 entrenando en Pozo antes de marchar para Klitmoller i Sylt

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