Articles tagged with: IKA
The Bosphorus Race took place in Istanbul at the opening of the IKA Course Racing World Championships. It was a 40km course from Burc Beach to Istanbul along the Bosphorus strait.
Three riders clearly stand out among the participants of the IKA World Championships 2014. They are Oliver Bridge (England), Ricardo Leccese (Colombia) and Florian Gruber (Germany).
Check out the profile video of the three rivals fighting …
Film documenting the IKA World Course Racing Championship held at Boao, King Bay on Hainan Island, China.
During the recently held IKA class Annual General Meeting, the class rules for a new foilboarding class have been approved.
The 2011 Slalom / Kitecross World Championships will be held in Murcia, Spain, from October 12 till October 16. The event format will be Downwind Slalom without Obstacles.
The Canadian Kiteboarding Association (CKA) is pleased to announce that the 2011 Canadian Kiteboard Course Racing Championships will be held in Squamish, BC, Canada on the weekend of August 5-7th.
IKA announced an update to the kite wave world championship and world ranking system, which results in combining PKRA and KSP into one united world ranking while maintaining the directive to determine the world champion …
Together with Suedwestring Versicherungsmakler GmbH and VDWS we are now able to offer third party liability insurance including competition insurance and some other benefits to competitors from all around the world.
The first official IKA kite cross world championship will be run from October 12-16 during the EUROSAF High Performance Grand Prix in Murcia, Spain.
A new version of the Kiteboarding Competition Rules have been finalized by the ISAF Rules Working Party and will be published in the next days officially on the ISAF website.
The 2011 kiteboarding championship rules see an addition in the line-up of major events. The new major discipline is called “Kite Cross”
From 2011 on, racing will take place in an open division and in a production division, which is strictly box-rule controlled and limited to 1 board and 3 kites that every competitor can register per …