Thank you note
August 3, 2020
At last, we can say WISSA 2020 is now finally accomplished. For the organizing committee, the last WISSA was an extremely risky, difficult and tense event. Even the fact that it was only possible to draw the line for the event half a year after the event was finished for most, shows how big one barely week-long WISSA can be.
The competition for the title of kite ski class lasted longer than expected
July 15, 2020
In the kite ski class, a real battle was fought for the title of Word Champion title. The competition was not ending by the prize-giving ceremony.
And the World Champions 2020 are…
February 17, 2020
The very special week of WISSA is over again, for 40th time. For some people, the time is for real competition, for some just for fun.
February 17, 2020
Days in WISSA 2020
February 13, 2020
As we all know, days are not the same and it's good luck to have ice and wind for all days of the World Championships. So far there have been good racing days and not so good ones.
WISSA 2020 has started
February 11, 2020
Winter Windsurfing World Championships WISSA 2020, the 40th event, was opened Monday evening. Although the event started officially just yesterday many competitors were on the site already days before.
January 30, 2020
Due to the reocation of the WISSA 2020 to Lestijärvi, minor changes to the schedule has been made to make the competition run smoothly. The prize-giving gceremony has been moved to Friday night.
WISSA 2020 in Lestijärvi, Finland
January 28, 2020
WISSA 2020 is relocated to the north, to Lestijärvi, Finland, as in Estonia and southern Finland the winter has not arrived yet.
The venue of WISSA is a million dollar question
January 20, 2020
The weather conditions in Estonia continue to be more like in November, as for most of the Northern Europe. All the international winter event organizers in the area are concerned, so are we.
WISSA 2020 classes and disciplines
December 26, 2019
WISSA 2020 is open to the three winter surf classes - sleds (both with skates and skis), wings and kites. In the competition, the participants split into two main groups, sleds and wings competing together on the same track with the same judges. Kites have their own track and team of judges.