Zara Davis

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Member since
2nd May 2007

Champion Speedsailor
Zara has been windsurfing since she was 13. She started competing at British national level in 1999 - 2001 winning the British Women's Slalom Title in 2000. She has recently been concentrating on Speed, competing nationally & internationally.
Zara works as an Osteopath and Acupuncturist and is married to Peter, her windsurfing training partner. As well as windsurfing, Zara enjoys snowboarding, yachting, and slightly more tame, walking her two dogs
Zara's recent speedsailing accomplishments:
Women's overall winner at Weymouth Speed Week 2004, 2005 and 2006.
Zara also holds the ladies harbour record at 32.44knots.
2005 Finished 6th in the world overall in ISA speed world cup and PWA slalom.
2006 Finished 3rd in the world overall and 2nd production. In the ISA speed world cup series.
Women's World Record Holder for the mile at 34.74 knots.
Women's British Record Holder for 500m at 37.24 knots

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Zara Davis's activity

  1. August 2007
  2. Zara Davis reviewed Windsurfing off the coast of Namibia in Namibia

    This area has changeable weather conditions but the long gently shelving sandy beaches and uninterrupted winds that come in off the ocean provide some long left to right straights perfect for speedsailing. To really get close to record times you need a …"

  3. Zara Davis rated Windsurfing off the coast of Namibia

  4. Zara Davis rated Windsurfing The Trench, St. Maries de la Mer

  5. Zara Davis reviewed Windsurfing The Trench, St. Maries de la Mer in Provence-Cote d'Azur, France

    This man made trench has been purpose built for windsurfing to take advantage of the best wind conditions. It’s only open at certain times of year and you have to pay to use it (it has to be regularly dredged to keep conditions ideal), but when conditio…"

  6. Zara Davis rated Windsurfing in Portland Harbour

  7. Zara Davis reviewed Windsurfing in Portland Harbour in Weymouth, United Kingdom

    Weymouth is one of the UK’s top windsurfing spots, especially if you’re into speedsailing. The wind rotates nicely and around high tide there’s a consistently good south westerly. This is the home of speedsailing and is the first place where people bro…"