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PKRA France 2012 – day 2
26 May 2012 | 1:03 am
PKRA France 2012 – day 2

Waiting for Wind in France
The second day of the 2012 Gold Games provided no more wind than the day prior, forcing riders to conjure up alternative ways to spend the day.

PKRA France 2012 – Day 1
25 May 2012 | 2:09 am
PKRA France 2012 – Day 1

Light Conditions in Southern France
Light wind characterized the first day of the Gold Games in Hyeres, France, at the Plage De L’Almanarre.

PKRA Hyeres, France 2012 – day 1
24 May 2012 | 5:03 pm
PKRA Hyeres, France 2012 – day 1

Competitors Arrive in Hyeres, France
Riders gathered today for registration in Hyères, France, for PKRA racing and the freestyle masters event at the highly anticipated Gold Games 2012.

PKRA Holland 2012 – day 6
20 May 2012 | 10:58 pm
PKRA Holland 2012 – day 6

Final Day of PKRA Racing & Freestyle Action

Day six of the O’Neill Kiteboard World Cup began as one of the most promising days so far, with significant breeze and suitable freestyle conditions.

PKRA holland 2012 – day 5
20 May 2012 | 1:26 am
PKRA holland 2012 – day 5

Unsure of what to expect on Day 5 of the O’Neill Kiteboard World Cup, racers arrived to the beach with light wind, not yet suitable for racing.

PKRA Holland 2012 – day 4
18 May 2012 | 9:05 pm
PKRA Holland 2012 – day 4

Racing Amps Up in Holland
The scene was set on day four in Scheveningen, Holland, as beachgoers and racers arrived early to find out what was in store for the day.

PKRA Holland 2012 – day 3
17 May 2012 | 11:57 pm
PKRA Holland 2012 – day 3

PKRA Racing Hits Holland
The third day in Scheveningen, Holland offered promise as a great racing day, with winds blowing from 11-15 knots once the competitors arrived to the beach.

PKRA Holland 2012 – day 2
16 May 2012 | 10:40 pm
PKRA Holland 2012 – day 2

Full Freestyle Action in The Hague
The increasing wind experienced at the end of day one continued on through the night, howling into the early hours of the morning and making for a blustery and wind-blown …