This year’s world championship in Isalamorada, Florida was no exception. With veterans coming out of the woodwork and upcoming junior racing establishing their legacy, it was as much as a retrospective to the good old days of the one design windsurfer as you could get but with the current generation taking the helm. 106 competitors from 13 nations & 4 continents competed over 5 days in winds from 12-30k. At the end of the regatta, Rasmus Sayer, a 17 year old from Martha’s Vinyard walked away with 6 bullets out of 12 races to take championship, just points in front of his dad, Nevin who claimed 3rd overall in front of legendary windsurf racer Dane, Tim Aagesen. Meanwhile, Rasmus’ older sister, Solving finished 11th, proving it’s a real family affair.