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Sunny skies and moderate winds for the freestyle single eliminations
The men’s freestyle single eliminations kicked off this morning under beautiful blue skies and moderate winds. The wind speed was a bit unpredictable at times, making …
2010 Kiteboarding 4 Cancer and SUP 4 Cancer events over the weekend raised over $71,000 for regional cancer programs!
Late start for the kick-off of the Palmolive Kitesurf World Cup
The weather here in St. Peter-Ording is always unpredictable. During this morning’s riders meeting the race director, Olaf Van Tol announced that he would not …
Update one from the first annual Ro-Sham-Throw Down presented by The Slider Project in Hood River, OR
Check out the video of the fifth day of the 2010 PKRA Morocco Kiteboarding World Tour.
With two events in one, Puerto Rico celebrated its first international multidisciplinary Windsurfing/Kitesurfing event, last weekend July 9th to 11th.
The highest kiteboarding event of the world showed perfect conditions for freestyle competition. In a top level riding freestyle final Italian Alberto Rondina defeated German Mario Rodwald.
Essaouira Kiteboard World Cup 2010 comes to an end
The wind began to pick up in strength fairly early this morning, making it possible for an 11:30am start. The double eliminations resumed with women’s heat #15, …
Video of the Day 3 and 3 of the 2010 Essaouira Kiteboarding World Tour 2010. Check out the resume of the single elimination and also the first part of double elimination of the freestyle competition. …
An event held in incredible scenic conditions came to an end yesterday, with Lake Silvaplana, the worlds highest kiteboarding spot, providing sufficient wind for all disciplines.
Since the wind was very weak on the first day on the 2010 Morocco Kiteboarding World Tour, all the energies were spent surfing and playing golf.
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.