It’s not all about the ladies, there are of course many windsurfing men, and although they may not understand exactly what it is to be a woman in the sport some of them can offer some valuable advice, as well as not looking bad in a pair of boardies! Every month FLOW questions one of the windsurfing worlds finest men to ask them what they have learnt from the women in their life, what they think of women’s windsurfing and a few more cheeky questions. Send in your suggestions ladies and your local Hunk could be featured next month!
The first battle of the Hunks saw George Shillito pipped to the post by rival and best mate, Chris Muzza Murray.
Ben Howard is a singer-songwriter from the tranquil south west of England.
And the winner is....
Since broadening our watersports horizons, FLOW can now undertake a much wider search for the ultimate hunk.
A special Valentines day treat comes in the shape of this dashing young British hunk.
FLOW starts as it means to go on in 2011 with a brand new and rather dashing hunk.
Sam Ross is the Dorset born windsurfer, coach and trainer is returning to these shores after years traveling the world and passing on his significant amount of on water
Jamie Hawkins is without a doubt one of the best windsurfers the UK has produced, a
Jesper Vesterstrøm is a HOT name on the racing scene.
Jaeger Stone became a hot name on the windsurfing scene from around the age of 15, his natural waveriding style combined with super high but graceful jumping pu
Dan Ellis is a professional windsurfer, who has been a strong contender on the PWA racing circuit aswell as taking many British titles over the last decade (or