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Matchu Lopes wins the 2017 Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn

The 2017 GKA World Tour will be decided in Mauritius after Matchu Lopes won the penultimate event of the season in Fehmarn, Germany.

The Kitesurf World Cup final kicked with a bang. Airton Cozzolino put the pressure on Lopes with a flat-3 and a shifty-3, but Lopes answered with a stunning board-off back loop kite loop and a big rodeo.

Despite the sudden increase in wind speed, Airton tried to land an handle pass, but Matchu nailed a huge tic-tac kite loop and then a big superman backroll that proved critical and awarded him the first event win of the season.


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Elemental are looking for kiteboarding instructors!

Starting November 2017 until of March 2018. There will be full-time and part-time positions available. …več

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Brown Shorts (Damaging Winds) in Sydney

Sydney experiences strong winds from the west …več

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World Kiteboarding League teams up with the Kiteboard Academy

The World Kiteboarding League (WKL) announced a partnership with the World Class Kiteboard Academy.

The official freestyle kiteboarding world tour aims to offer its athletes the chance to combine the busy agenda of a pro kiteboarder with their academic duties.

The World Class Kiteboard Academy is a private high-school with headquarters in White Salmon, Washington that combines studies, travel, and the challenges of professional kiteboarding.


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The New North Rebel Seems to Be Missing Something?

It’s the same Rebel you know and love, with a few refinements and one big thing that’s missing! Well, it’s optional… Know what it is? …več

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Win a Trip to Cape Town with the Core XR5

Post your highest boost online, and you might win one of four trips to Cape Town, South Africa thanks to Core Kiteboarding and their new XR5 performance freeride kite! …več

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Ben Wilson explores kitesurfing opportunities in the Great Barrier Reef

Ben Wilson went on a kitesurfing trip to the Great Barrier Reef, and he found a few idyllic wave riding spots.

He presents himself as a big wave kitesurfer. And he couldn’t be more right. In 2011, Ben Wilson scored what is widely considered the world’s largest kitesurfing wave at Cloudbreak, Fiji.

Since then he taught the sport to thousands of first-time kiters, including pro surfer Mick Fanning and Josh Kerr.


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Alex Caizergues is the new 2017 Kite Speed world champion

Alexandre Caizergues claimed the 2017 Kite Speed World Championship, held on Masirah Island, in the Sultanate of Oman.

The attracted some of the fastest kiteboarders on the planet and offered spectacular racing conditions in the local shallow lagoon. Despite the absence of major athletes, the spot proved to be one of the best venues for this sailing class.

Winds of over 30 knots allowed competitors to push the limits of speed sailing, but also caused a few wipeouts and crashes which resulted in injuries.


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Nico Parlier triumphs on windy San Francisco Bay

Who can stop Nico Parlier from winning the 2017 Hydrofoil Pro Tour? Apparently no one.

The French kiteboarder has stormed the second stop of the circuit, held in the iconic waters of San Francisco Bay. Parlier won 10 of the 13 races run by the St. Francis Yacht Club

On the last day of races, with powerful winds blowing across the flat water and the Alcatraz Island as background, Axel Mazella and Johnny Heineken fought an exciting battle for the second and third places.


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Cabrinha Gives Nod to the Old Days with 2018 Graphics

The new kites from Cabrinha are as high tech as they come, but this year they’ve taken their graphics back to the classic lines, dark wingtips and colour schemes of the early days in kiteboarding. …več

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