Windsurf In The City

» Surf, Sun and Sand…
» Only seconds from the city!
» Located at Cherry Beach, Toronto

TWC Youth Camp

» Week Long Windsurfing Day Camps
» Ages 12+ July through August
» Fun for kids - Convenient for Parents

Youth Racing Program

» Ages 8 - 18
» Professional Instruction
» Beginner to Olympian Progression

Wednesday Night Racing

» FREE public races every Wednesday evening
» May through September
» Apres race Beach BBQ every week

TWSC Programs & Events: TWC offers clinics, races, certification courses, daily lessons, youth camp and many other programs and events all season long. Check the Calendar and see what's coming up!

  • Wednesday Evening Races. Windsurf Races
  • Techno 293 World Championship - Oct 21-27
  • AGM - November 25

Pro Windsurf La Ventana trip November 2017 – 4th- 11th - & - 11th to the 18th. December 2nd to 9th - & - 9th to 16th.
Andree Gauthier highly recommends the event from previous years. Talk to her or Max Robinson about their fun experiences and best travel tips. It is for intermediate windsurfers so you do not have to be a pro. Best if you know how to water start or be very close to getting it. You'll get a lot of good tips all through the week. Watch the videos here...

Mark the date. AGM Saturday November 25th



TWC Mammoth Marathon

Races for Windsurf & Stand Up Paddleboards

Race registration includes entry to race, lunch and an entry ticket for chance to win door prizes.

mammoth-1stmarkThere are three courses available for racers to compete in:

  • Beginner Course
  • Outer Harbour Short Course
  • 17KM Round the Toronto Islands Long Course

The Mammoth Marathon is a public race hosted by the Toronto Windsurfing Club. The annual race attracts over 100 windsurf and SUP racers from Ontario, Quebec and the US to compete in either the short Inner Harbour course or the full 17 km race around the Toronto Islands. The Le Mans Race Start is possibly more exciting than the finish! Come and watch the racers sail or SUP through the Western Gap… behind the original Tip Top Tailor building south of the Lakeshore and back to the finish line.  It's a great weekend of music, lunch and lots of amazing door prizes, for racers and spectators alike. The Mammoth Marathon is the highlight of the TWC's event calendar and is not to be missed!

This year looked like another Mammoth Marathon Pumpfest on Sunday (Windsurfing Portion). After a great SUP event on Saturday, the forecast for the windsurfing was for dying winds around 6 knots. The wind came up however with winds increasing to about 8-12 Knots from the South East and holding steady for the entire race.

Starting right at 11 o'clock, 65 people ran down to their boards, setting out to conquer one of the three courses offered on the day (The around the island course and two shorter courses set in the outer harbour).

40 racers left the harbour and began the long pump downwind around the outside of the island. The early leaders were Keith Whiston and Simon Rickard with a large group following them with an age range of 16 to over 65.

The group had to battle large waves and cross chop on the outside of the island, as well as shifty and gusty winds in the inner harbour making it a challenging race all the way around. In the end, it was Ian Matthews taking first in the long course, narrowly beating out Keith Whiston and Paul Carr with Andree Gauthier taking first place women and Marcus Mealy taking first youth.

Here's the link to the results:

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What a great day we had at the Mammoth on Saturday! - Beautiful weather, a bit of wind to make things interesting (it wouldn't be the Mammoth without some wind!), a chance to paddle all the way around the Island, and some of the best folks to race and hang out with on the beach. To top things off, we had the usual nice lunch, amazing prizes from KayakSport, and a smooth running event with the support of all our incredible volunteers.

Here's the link to the results:

Here's TWC member Peter Penev's fantastic video of the race around Toronto Island. Amazing work as always Peter!

Toronto Windsurfing Club SUP Marathon 2016 from Peter Penev on Vimeo.

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