Singapore is set to host the 2024 T293 and T293Plus Asian Championships as part of the 43rd Singapore Open Windsurfing & Foiling Championships.

The Asian Championships are back after the pandemic, drawing 27 competitors from 7 countries to the waters of Singapore. The event has generated significant anticipation within the local windsurfing community, as young enthusiasts from across Asia gather to compete for the Asian Championship.

The TECHNO293 class, known for its focus on youth development, has attracted a diverse field of talented young windsurfers eager to make their mark on the international stage. The TECHNO293PLUS class, designed to cater to a broader range of skill levels and age groups, ensures that windsurfers of all backgrounds have the opportunity to showcase their abilities.

The Class extends its sincere gratitude to the Windsurfing Association Singapore and the Singapore Sailing Federation for their invaluable support in making this championship a reality. Their dedication to the promotion and development of windsurfing in Singapore has played a crucial role in bringing together athletes from across Asia for this prestigious event.

A special thank you goes to the event sponsors Aloha Sea Sports Centre and Constant Wind Sea Sports Centre for their contribution to the event. Their support has enhanced the overall experience for participants and spectators alike, reinforcing the importance of collaboration within the windsurfing community.

To stay updated on the latest news, schedules, and results, enthusiasts can follow the action on the official championship website: Asian Championships 2024.