Articles in Kitesurf competitions
No wind marks the first day of competition
It was a beautiful, hot and sunny day in Essaouira, Morocco. Hundreds of vacationers and locals were out and about enjoying the Moroccan climate.
In time like a swiss clock the Maloja winds at noon began to blow from southerly directions with sufficient 12 to 15 knots wich is the usual force to ride the highest kiteboarding location for …
SEAT Kitesurf World Cup – the decision
Frenchman Bruno Sroka and Dutch Katja Roose won the SEAT Kitesurf World Cup 2010 in the discipline race/ too less wind for any freestyle decisions.
Fanatic Stand-Up Challenge
Day 3 of the SEAT Kitesurf World Cup – today the riders have had enough time to recover from yesterday’s soccer-nailbiter and the “Schwerelosigkite-Party”/Fanatic Stand Up Challage assured for pulsating atmosphere.
Racing fever on Westerland – The starting signal for the SEAT Kitesurf World Cup 2010 is fired/ five races already battled out
Today the international Kitesurf-choice was welcomed by bright sunshine and a gentle to moderate …
First day of SEAT Kitesurf World Cup Sylt
Event opens with 66 participants from 13 nations waiting for wind.
Last day of competition ends with a spectacular surprise
The Cabarete Kiteboarding World Cup 2010 has been nothing less than a spectacular and successful event. More than 20 nationalities made their way to Cabarete to test …
Deteriorating weather conditions cause for delays
Yesterday’s outlook for today’s weather forecast did not look promising however, by midday the weather had improved and the wind started to pick up in strength.