Originally Posted by Ken
The RSX and the the older Mistral class haven't done much to build competitive windsurfing world wide. The Olympic boards have never been very enticing for the masses and pretty much remain specialized boards for a limited number of racers that want to be able to race in light wind conditions.
Correct - throw away the RSX.....but
The only boards that kept the numbers up in windsurfing world-wide were the original Windsurfer and then the Mistral OD.
You are in dream land.
I look forward to the Beijing pumping competition, where your pumping technique will make you win.
Are we windsurfing or pumping. Just check the annual wind averages at Beijing.