Global Traffic Seminar, Last chance to reserve your place, 26th Aug - 1st Sep, hurry 14 seats left!
27 Jul, 2013

12 Dec, 2011

Allison prepares for ISAF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS in Perth
1 Dec, 2011

Allison returns to Australia for hometown advantage at ISAF Worlds
14 Oct, 2011

Olympic Trials Update, Allison prepares for European Championships in Bulgaria
24 Aug, 2011

Support Allison's Olympic Campaign and win!!
11 Apr, 2011

Pulled over on the Harbour
13 Jan, 2011

Allison Supports Sport for Women Day 6th March 2011
12 Jan, 2011

Allison Campaigns for 2012 Olympics
12 Jan, 2011

Allison makes a comeback to Olympic RS:X Racing!!!
9 Dec, 2010

Inverloch Windsurfing Clinic 2010
28 Nov, 2010

Allison Speaks at Parliament House at Sports Advocay Group Women in Sport Dinner
27 Oct, 2010

Speaking at Tara Anglican School for Girls
12 Oct, 2010

2010 Sydney Schoolgirls’ Get Active Breakfast
9 Aug, 2010

Mentoring Christians Doing Law
2 Aug, 2010

Allison Speaks at Aspire
31 Jul, 2010

The Prize DVD goes to air in Australia
10 Jun, 2010

The IWG World Conference for Women and Sport finished today with a bang!
23 May, 2010

IWG World Conference Legacy
23 May, 2010

Ambassador for IWG World Conference for Women and Sport
20 May, 2010

WRNSW Media Workshop for women in sport
29 Apr, 2010

Allison Misses 2010 Formula World Championships
21 Mar, 2010

The Inspiring Race Sydney Olympic Park
5 Mar, 2010

OCEANIC / NATIONAL Championships event report
6 Feb, 2010

Oceanic/National Championships in Hawks Nest
5 Feb, 2010

Inverloch Windsurfing Clinic
30 Nov, 2009

Basic Instinct - Unleash your instincts to protect, soar and excel
27 Nov, 2009

Ambassador for McHappy Day
21 Nov, 2009

School Girls Breakfast with the Stars
28 Oct, 2009

INVERELL - Jesus All about Life Campaign
27 Oct, 2009

Inspiring People - Connect 09
29 Sep, 2009

20 Sep, 2009

Get Ready To Be Inspired
11 Sep, 2009

The Ultimate Training Camp – Playing for a purpose
5 Jul, 2009

Bass Strait Challenge
26 Mar, 2009

Bass Strait Challenge this week!!!
24 Mar, 2009

Allison lives "Life on the Edge"
21 Nov, 2008

Allison pipped by a point for Formula Winsurfing World Title 2008
15 Sep, 2008

Christian athletes feature on Sports DVD with Bible Society New Testament
20 Jun, 2008

Tornado at Worthington US Nationals
15 Jun, 2008

Grand Prix Sopot, Poland
6 Jun, 2008

British Open, Christchurch
28 May, 2008

Whitwell, Rutland Inland Windsurfing Regatta, Uk
18 May, 2008

Allison promotes new Formula One Design board for 2012 Olympic Games in Europe
5 May, 2008

Allison to co-host new yachting television show
8 Feb, 2008

NEWS FLASH! Allison to Windsurf Across Bass Strait
4 Oct, 2007

2007 Formula Windsurfing World Champion – Allison Shreeve
18 Aug, 2007

Australian National Champion RS:X Olympic Class
20 Jan, 2007

Aussies rule at Formula Windsurfing World Championships, Korea
10 Sep, 2006

Top 10 at Pre Olympic Test Event, Qingdao, China
30 Aug, 2006

Just short of two world titles
5 Aug, 2006

PWA World Tour Fuerteventura 2006
1 Aug, 2006

Allison Shreeve honoured - Australian Female Sailor of the Year 2006
12 Jul, 2006

Allison's rise in Olympic windsurfing class
7 Jul, 2006


Just short of two world titles

Saturday, 5 Aug, 2006

Just short of 2 world titles

Allison has just come third in the IFCA Slalom World Championships in Alacati, Turkey. After a stressful three days of waiting on shore for wind, the results from day two stood until the end, resulting in Verena Fauster (ITA) and Karin Jaggi (SUI) just pipping Allison for the slalom world title by one point.

Allison started well with a solid first place in race 1. With superior speed and a good start, she won by quite a margin in the 5 min down wind race. Race two Allison made a tragic mistake by missing the start of the race by two minutes, which in the end cost her the world title. She charged down the course to try and catch the others but only managed to pull back to 10th by the end of the race. Race three and hungry for another bullet, Allison put everything in and gained another 1st place, putting her back in the lead because she could then drop the 10th after the third race.

On day two there was slightly lighter winds from 11-15knots and in the gusty conditions it was difficult to choose the right gear to use. Race 4 started and with Karin, Verena and Allison all pushing for the lead at the first mark, it was Karin that pulled just ahead with the inside advantage. After the first mark the placings stayed the same until the end with Verena in 2nd and Allison in 3rd. While the mens fleet was being split again the race committe ran another race for the youth and women that turned out to be the deciding race for the competition. Allison took an 8.4m sail, while Verena had an 8.2m and Karin chose her 7.8m. In the gusty conditions it was Verena this time who got to mark one first, then Karin and Allison came from behind after an average start.  With all three pushing at each mark it was Verena who managed to hold on to the lead, and on the last reach Allison almost caught Karin but the reach was just a few metres too short so she was pipped on the finish line.

Verena has won her first world title with Karin and Allison trailing within one point of the 2006 Slalom world title.

Allison will head back to Australia now for one week before she goes to the RS:X Olympic test event in China.