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WASZP

Show news SailGP Women's Invitational Camps a huge success
WASZP class a pathway for elite women sailors
Posted on 18 Feb
WASZP Racehub: 2021 rankings and events launch
The event schedule is filling up quickly
Posted on 14 Feb
Australia SailGP Team hosts Camp
To select female sailor to join the squad
Posted on 8 Feb
2021 WASZP Australian Nationals set for Sorrento
One of the spiritual homes of WASZP sailing
Posted on 4 Feb
WASZP Slalom Covid Cup 2021
The class descend on Gippsland Lakes for the Australia Day weekend
Posted on 2 Feb
2021 WASZP Europeans set for Norway in August
Norway has been awarded what will be the biggest WASZP regatta of the season
Posted on 21 Jan
Top Tips on how to avoid a Foiling Capsize
Brush up on technique with the @DinghyRacingChannel
Posted on 12 Jan
Sailingfast & Brexit
Fielding a number of queries in the last week
Posted on 11 Jan
How do foiling boats work?
Single-handed foiling basics with Shaun Priestley
Posted on 22 Dec 2020
WASZP to serve as talent ID tool
For SailGP Women's Invitational Camps
Posted on 18 Dec 2020
To foil or not to foil?
That is the question
Posted on 15 Dec 2020
1000th WASZP competiton closed
Vote for you favourite slogan now!
Posted on 7 Dec 2020
Green light for 2021 Australian WASZP Nationals
Set for a great event at Paynesville, Gippsland Lakes Yacht Club
Posted on 3 Dec 2020
WASZP 1000 sneak peak
Your chance to win the amazing limited edition GOLD WASZP!
Posted on 26 Nov 2020
WASZP hits 1000 - Win a new WASZP!
The class is celebrating their 1000th WASZP and the launch of RaceHub
Posted on 10 Nov 2020
WASZP announce VR partnership with MarineVerse
Two Melbourne-based companies remain agile in a year of change!
Posted on 4 Nov 2020
WASZP appoint global class manager
Close to 250 new boats being pushed into the market during 2020
Posted on 20 Oct 2020
Brad Devine wins 2020 WASZP GPS Challenge
Over 90 sessions logged during the event window
Posted on 13 Oct 2020
2020 Foiling Week Garda highlights
Physical distancing did not slow down the desire to compete, have fun and learn
Posted on 6 Oct 2020
The Juxtaposition
Here were two boats about as far apart as you can get
Posted on 4 Oct 2020
Could I gybe a Waszp inside a day?
Mark Jardine takes on the challenge!
Posted on 1 Oct 2020
WASZP GPS Challenge - Current leaderboard
A number of entries over the weekend from many countries
Posted on 28 Sep 2020
The cream of the crop at Foiling Week Gurit Forum
Moving online and free to watch on Foiling Week social channels
Posted on 16 Sep 2020
GPS WASZP Challenge - Code Green
It is time to start those GPS session logs!
Posted on 15 Sep 2020
Foiling Week #Sail4Chico at Fraglia Vela Malcesine
The races, the Gurit Forum, the Expo, the flying boats available for trials are all back
Posted on 14 Sep 2020
WASZP Class Northern UK Division rallies
Dalgety Bay and Derwent host informal gatherings
Posted on 9 Sep 2020
GPS WASZP Challenge - Professionals vs. Amateurs
A once in a lifetime opportunity to sail on an F50!
Posted on 3 Sep 2020
WASZP GAMES 2021 cancelled
But the future is bright!
Posted on 2 Sep 2020
Olympians love the WASZP way of life!
WASZP class has formed strong links with SailGP and has begun forming its own youth pathway
Posted on 20 Aug 2020
Foil for Life Challenge by Lemer Pax complete!
The endurance WASZP voyage becomes a race against time
Posted on 15 Aug 2020
Links
WASZP UK Nationals Attendance
see the full nationals attendance table here

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In 2019, the Waszp and Moth competed together at Kiel Week. A total of 24 one-person foiling dinghies from seven nations had entered.
© www.segel-bilder.de
Magnus Frohmann (Wind und Welle) is one of the local heroes on the Kiel Fjord.
© www.segel-bilder.de
Paul Farien (Kiel) is a self-confessed Waszp sailor and the voice of the class in Germany.
© gel
So much talent in NZ and France
© WASZP
Simple but effective, it wasn't just on-water the girls are judged on, fitness, platform knowledge and data interpretation are keys
© WASZP
The Japan camp was hotly contested
© WASZP
Olympian Nina Curtis ripping on Sydney Harbour for the AUS SailGP Team Women's Camp
© Beau Outteridge
WASZP Racehub - 2021 events
© WASZP Class
Australia SailGP Team Invitational Camp (l-r) Lisa Darmanin, Nina Curtis Natasha Bryant
© Beau Outteridge / SailGP
Australia SailGP Team Invitational Camp: Tom Slingsby and Natasha Bryant
© Beau Outteridge / SailGP
Australia SailGP Team Invitational Camp: Tom Slingsby and Natasha Bryant
© Beau Outteridge / SailGP
Australia SailGP Team Invitational Camp: Natasha Bryant
© Beau Outteridge / SailGP
Australia SailGP Team Invitational Camp: Nina Curtis
© Beau Outteridge / SailGP
The 2021 WASZP Australian Nationals are heading to Sorrento in April
© Marc Ablett
The 2021 WASZP Australian Nationals are heading to Sorrento in April
© Marc Ablett
The 2021 WASZP Australian Nationals are heading to Sorrento in April
© WASZP class
The 2021 WASZP Australian Nationals are heading to Sorrento in April
© Marc Ablett
WASZP Slalom Covid Cup 2021
© Marc Ablett
WASZP Slalom Covid Cup 2021
© Marc Ablett
WASZP Slalom Covid Cup 2021
© Marc Ablett
WASZP Slalom Covid Cup 2021
© Marc Ablett
WASZP Slalom Covid Cup 2021
© Marc Ablett
WASZP European Championships headed for Norway
© Marc Ablett
Norway has a very strong WASZP fleet
© Marc Ablett
Amazing scenery make it the perfect bucket list WASZP venue
© Trond R. Teigen / SailLogic
Norway has a very strong WASZP fleet
© Trond R. Teigen / SailLogic
Oakcliff graduate and American Magic design team member Robyn Lesh
© Image courtesy of Oakcliff Sailing Center
How do foiling boats work?
© Tom Chamberlain
Anna Yamazaki from Japan as part of the SailGP Japan academy during the INSPIRE event in Sydney. Anna will represent Japan in the 49erFX at the Tokyo Olympics
© Marc Ablett
Elise Beavis has been working with Emirates Team NZ as a Performance engineer for the last 2 cup cycles, as well as displaying her talents on the WASZP
© Drew Malcolm