Articles in Kitesurf competitions
The first day of the 2014 Hainan International Kitesurf festival provided a surprise afternoon of wind that allowed enough of a window to run the Chinese Men’s Trials to completion.
The road to victory of freestyle kiteboarder Christophe Tack, the PKRA World Champion Freestyle 2014.
Lake and Roose Take Slalom World Titles in Pingtan
On the sixth and final day of the Pingtan Kiteboarding World Cup, the title races for the slalom discipline came to an exciting crescendo for both …
Have a look at the Finals Single Elimination from the Pingtan Kiteboarding World Tour 2014.
Day 5 – Title and Wins in Pingtan
Day five of the Pingtan Kiteboarding World Cup dealt heavy conditions suitable for the epic battles that would ensue.
Christophe Tack didn’t won the Pingtan Kiteboarding World Cup but he was crowned the 2014 PKRA Freestyle World Champion.
Title Race Continues and Singles Wrap
Youri Zoon (NL) and Gisela Pulido (ES) earn the top podium spots in the freestyle single elimination on day four of the Pingtan Kiteboarding World Cup.
Day three of the Pingtan Kiteboarding World Cup came up short on wind as the forecast had predicted resulting in a lay day for the competition.
Exciting slalom action highlighted Day 2 of the Pingtan Kiteboarding World Cup. The fleet of focused riders took to the water in 10-16 knots of wind and three full rounds of slalom racing were completed. …
Racing Starts the Pingtan Kiteboarding World Cup
The first day of the Pingtan Kiteboarding World Cup got underway today in side-onshore wind that was ideal for the start of the twin-tip course racing discipline.
British rider Sam Light didn’t make it to the top 12 list at the Red Bull King of the Air 2014. He finished 15th though so it looks like he is first reserve for …
Some of the best kitesurfers from Ireland and abroad participated in the Battle for the Lake that took place on the Irish Achill Island.