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With wind and waves lacking this morning at the 9:30 a.m. rider’s meeting, KSP organizers called a lay day.
Arising to strong winds and a meager swell at both Ponta Preta and Secrets, event directors deemed the day’s conditions uncontestable for the KSP’s Kite Surfing World Championships.
Strong wind and small, inconsistent surf greeted competitors at the primary contest venue of Ponta Preta for the 8:00a.m. riders meeting.
The last day of the Nissan Kitesurf Pro in Noumea, New Caledonia also signaled the end of a great 2011 PKRA freestyle season. The Noumea stop was won by Alex Pastor (ESP, Airush) and …
The Superkite Brasil 2011 was the first event of it’s kind, held in Cumbuco, Brazil featuring some of the top names in kitesurfing.
Riders competed in a new style freestyle format, surfjam and race.
Keeping a close eye on Secrets (the secondary contest site) this morning, contest directors selected Ponta Preta as the most suitable location to commence the Ponta Preta Kite Surf Pro.
Organized by The Slider Project, this is the Ro-Sham-Throwdown’s 2nd annual event.
The trade winds gave way to lighter winds that were not suitable for running a best trick competition. The wind did come up to about twelve knots at times allowing a few riders to go …