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World Water Day is an event established by The United Nations. It is held on March 22 each year to highlight the challenges associated with water as a precious and scarce resource.
We are proud and stoked to present you the last, but not least, Kitemovement team rider Inês Correia. That’s right, the first ever and so far the only KSP world champion.
We can’t let this day pass without congratulate every Woman.
Happy International Women’s Day!!
Taking care of your wetsuit is as important as taking care of yourself, your harness, you bar, your kite and your board. How to make it last longer?
A brief interview with Jan Lisewski, Polish kitesurfer gone missing during his attempt to cross the Red Sea from El Gouna to Duba, alone and without any backup.
Jan Lisewski, Polish kitesurfer crossing the Red Sea from El Gouna to Duba in Saudi Arabia on a lonely kite trip was found alive an hour ago by Saudi Arabia rescue team.
Polish Kiteboarder Jan Lisewski crossing the Red Sea from El Gouna to Duba in Saudi Arabia on a lonely kite trip issued an SOS signal 30 hours ago for the first time.
The 2012 KSP riders application period, is now closed for all riders aspiring to compete on the 2012 KSP world championship tour. A total of 55 male and 18 female applications were received and the …
The shoulder is an area of frequent injury, and whether the cause is from kiting or the mouse on your computer, a few simple exercises can help keep you safe.
We are very proud to introduce you to Martina Santos D’Eustachio, a young Brazilian kiteboarding rising star as the first member of Kitemovement Kiteboarding Team.
La Route des Vents means roughly The Road of Winds. In the heart of Northern Quebec, on the Great Cree territory there is a 2 335 km2 area covered with snow. There the great …
Lewis Crathern won the LEN10 Megaloop Challenge.