The first KB4girls 2010 World Tour kite-boarding clinic was held this weekend Jan. 8-10 at Augusta/ Western Australia and was a soaring success with a full house. There were 30 participants in attendance coming from Australia, USA, UK, Sweden, France and even Germany.
Kristin Boese: “I am really happy to say that our very first KB4girls event turned out to be a great success! The girls were so motivated and eager to learn new things that it was a real joy to teach them on and off the water. The vibe was just great and even during the periods when the wind was not blowing there was plenty going on and it was great to see how the group was bonding together during the event!”
Elisha Caulfield, participant said: “It was really great to see Kristin doing all of the tricks that I’ve never seen before. It was broken down in such a simple way that it suddenly all seemed achievable! “
“I really enjoyed kiting with so many girls on the water. It was also great to get to know everyone because it was such a lovely group of girls. I’ll definitely come again next year!” she said.
Nicolea Paul, WACK network coordinator said: “What a fantastic weekend! Hanging out with 30 women kiters, learning new skills with Kristin and Fiona and knowing all the girls are there to support you on and off the water was just an awesome experience – not something we usually get to experience as a women kiter. Thanks to everyone who was there to add their own special something to the weekend.”
Jaqueline Lawson, WACK member: “I felt really inspired to push my kiting to new limits.
The Augusta clinic was a great start to the KB4girls 2010 World Tour and ended on a high note. Next stop is Melbourne February 10-11 with registration closing January 31st and there are only 25 places open, so hurry and sign up now!
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