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Show news Changing how we do things
Thinking up new ways to compete within Covid-19 regulations
Posted on 20 Jul
Announcing the 'Foil for Life Challenge'
British and French Waszp sailors to cross the Channel for charity
Posted on 19 Jul
WASZP Events - Making the most of 2020
Some fantastic events coming on-line in the back half of this year
Posted on 16 Jun
Waszp Virtual UK National Championship
Racing held in the fabulous foiling F50s
Posted on 8 Jun
Development is critical, but must be calculated
Grassroots classes can succeed in a range of different ways
Posted on 20 May
Waszp Ullswater Daffodil Virtual Regatta
The beautiful Lake District gives way to the virtual race track
Posted on 1 May
Introducing the eWASZP Race Hub
eLearning Hub will provide short courses and lectures
Posted on 4 Apr
International WASZP Games cancelled
Which was to be hosted at Maclesine, Lake Garda, Italy
Posted on 17 Mar
Ullswater YC Daffodil Regatta preview
The club's first open event of the season
Posted on 12 Mar
SailGP and WASZP inspire Sydney
WASZP inspire racing event day 2 at Sydney SailGP
Posted on 5 Mar
SailGP Inspire: Kiwis make a near clean sweep
Young New Zealand sailors took the top two places and the top female trophy at SailGP Inspire
Posted on 29 Feb
2020 International WASZP Games early entry opens
2020 proving to be a huge year for the WASZP class
Posted on 14 Feb
The launch of 2020 eSailGP Championship
Prize package includes VIP trip to ROCKWOOL Copenhagen SailGP, F50 ride and automatic qualification
Posted on 12 Feb
SailGP inspiring Sydney's next generation
SailGP Inspire returns with more than 60 young people set to take part in opening event of season
Posted on 11 Feb
WASZP Australian National Championships
Class culture on display as Kiwis dominate in Port Stephens
Posted on 29 Jan
WASZP Australian Nationals preview
Strong fleet and international flavour at Port Stephens later this month
Posted on 10 Jan
Waszp Training at Tata Steel
Sailors hit the water with full stomachs and a clear plan
Posted on 9 Jan
SailGP Inspire learning camp at Lake Macquarie
The global league's community, education and outreach initiative
Posted on 23 Dec 2019
WASZP Class Training at Parkstone
Finding out how different amounts of windward heel affect height and speed
Posted on 15 Dec 2019
Tom Slingsby helps launch SailGP Inspire Racing
Returning to his home sailing club in New South Wales
Posted on 8 Nov 2019
WASZP training at Carsington
Two very different days spent improving skills
Posted on 11 Oct 2019
Zhik WASZP GP at Carsington
A perfect Saturday for the seven foilers
Posted on 11 Sep 2019
WASZP season explodes around the world
We kick off with some smaller events that have popped up
Posted on 4 Sep 2019
WASZP fleet set for the Sail Sandy Regatta
Victorian fleet will kick off its 2019/20 season on 12-13 October
Posted on 4 Sep 2019
Zhik Scottish WASZP Championships
Festival atmosphere at Dalgety Bay Sailing Club
Posted on 3 Sep 2019
SailGP Inspire launched
First of its kind, global community, education and outreach programme
Posted on 9 Aug 2019
2020 Australian WASZP Nationals entries open
To be held at the beautiful Port Stephens Sailing & Aquatic Club
Posted on 3 Aug 2019
2020 International WASZP Games preview
Start planning now for foiling on Lake Garda
Posted on 2 Aug 2019
Costa wins WASZP European Championship
It was an event of scale not seen in the three year history of the class
Posted on 24 Jul 2019
WASZP European Slalom Championships
90 boats for inaugural event on Garda
Posted on 23 Jul 2019
Links
WASZP UK Nationals Attendance
see the full nationals attendance table here

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Austin Powers flies his WASZP near the Chesapeake Bay Bridge; he will be comepting in the 2020 Two Bridge Fiasco aboard his foiler
© Image courtesy of Will Keyworth
Austin Powers flies his WASZP near the Chesapeake Bay Bridge; he will be comepting in the 2020 Two Bridge Fiasco aboard his foiler
© Image courtesy of Will Keyworth
Hattie Rogers out in her WASZP
© Max Dooley / www.instagram.com/themaxdooley
2019 International WASZP Games
© Drew Malcolm
2019 International WASZP Games
© Drew Malcolm
WASZP Virtual National Championship
© UK WASZP class
WASZP Virtual National Championship podium
© Iain Ferguson
WASZP Virtual National Championship
© Virtual Regatta
Hattie Rogers out in her WASZP
© Charles Whiteman / www.sleek.pictures
The WASZP class is a manufacturer-controlled, one-design class, managing all aspects of its own development.
© Harry Fisher
Waszp Ullswater Daffodil Virtual Regatta trophy
© Petrina Blomeley
Waszp Ullswater Daffodil Virtual Regatta
© WASZP UK
Sam Whaley wins the Waszp Ullswater Daffodil Virtual Regatta
© WASZP UK
Waszp Ullswater Daffodil Virtual Regatta
© WASZP UK
Waszp inspire racing event day 2 at Sydney SailGP
© Jordan Roberts / SailGP
Waszp inspire racing event day 2 at Sydney SailGP
© Jordan Roberts / SailGP
Waszp inspire racing event day 2 at Sydney SailGP
© Jordan Roberts / SailGP
Waszp inspire racing event day 2 at Sydney SailGP
© Jordan Roberts / SailGP
Waszp inspire racing event day 2 at Sydney SailGP
© Jordan Roberts / SailGP
Stella Bilger (NZL) Day 2 - Sydney SailGP Inspire , Event 1 Season 2 in Sydney Harbour, Sydney, Australia - 29 February, 2019
© Eloi Stichelbaut/SailGP
Amelie Back (NZL) - Day 1 - Sydney SailGP Inspire , Event 1 Season 2 in Sydney Harbour, Sydney, Australia. 28 February, 2019
© Bob Martin/SailGP
(Stella Bilger (NZL) centre - Day 1 - Sydney SailGP Inspire , Event 1 Season 2 in Sydney Harbour, Sydney, Australia. 28 February
© Sam Greenfield/SailGP
Sam Street (NZL) - Day 2 - Sydney SailGP Inspire , Event 1 Season 2 in Sydney Harbour, Sydney, Australia. 28 February, 2019
© Eloi Stichelbaut/SailGP
SailGP Inspire Learning program
© SailGP
Alison Dale was the first placed female skipper in the 2020 Australian WASZP Championships
© Harry Fisher
New Zealander Sam Street finished second overall in the regatta - 2020 Australian WASZP Championships
© Harry Fisher
Ben Gunther was the first-placed sailor in the Apprentice division, finished fifth overall and was second Australian - 2020 Australian WASZP Championships
© Harry Fisher
Hugo Allison sailed on the 6.9m rig and is the first boat in a new and growing Tasmanian fleet - 2020 Australian WASZP Championships
© Harry Fisher
The fleet starting at the Australian WASZP Championships
© Harry Fisher
Class stalwart Jack Abbott sailed well throughout the event - 2020 Australian WASZP Championships
© Harry Fisher