Kiteboarding has been included already in several Regional Games and is currently seeking inclusion in the Tokyo 2020 Games either with a medal or as a showcase event.

More information will be published shortly.

For more information, please visit our partner websites

 

World Championship Tours and Events

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Continental and Regional Tours, Championships and Events

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The Sport - Training

Information about Training (Learn to Kiteboard) and Coaching (Performance Coaching, i.e. for the Youth Olympic Games) and Olympic Solidarity Funding for Training Programs will be available soon.

Youth Olympic Games

Kiteboarding has been included in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The Youth Olympic Games is the world’s largest multi-sport event for high-performance young athletes, that aims at inspiring athletes to embrace the Olympic values of RESPECT, FRIENDSHIP, AND EXCELLENCE. 

The event, promoted by the the International Olympic Committee (COI), gathers young athletes aged between 15 and 18. It is held every four years; it has two editions, winter and summer, which are held every two years alternately.

Off the sports field, athletes also participate with spectators in various educational and cultural activities that promote Olympism.

Sailing, as the only sport in the Youth Olympic Games, has been granted an addition medal to allow for gender separate competitions in kiteboarding for boys and girls.

In total, 12 boys and 12 girls will be able to compete in Buenos Aires:

  • One participant of each gender from each continent
    • Africa
    • Asia
    • Europe
    • North America
    • Oceania
    • South America
  • plus the best 4 competitors drawn from the 2018 World Championships
  • plus one competitor from Argentina
  • plus one tri-partite participant selected by the IOC

Event website - http://www.buenosaires2018.com/

More information including the qualification system, equipment limitations and formats can be found at http://twintipracing.com/yog

 

The Sport – Classes & Equipment – Equipment & Registration

Registered series production equipment is required for Formula Kite (Kite and Hydrofoil) and for TwinTip:Racing equipment used for the Youth Olympic Games and its qualifier events.

You can read more on the respective class websites.

   Top Rankings Racing

Formula Kite

 

KiteFoil Open

 

TT:R Open

 

TT:R Youth

 

Speed

male Nico Parlier  France      male Axel Mazella  France      male Martin Dolenc  Croatia      male Cameron Maramenides  United-States      male Alex Caizergues  France  
female Daniela Moroz  United-States     female A. Desjardins  France     female Jingle Chen  China     female Sofia Tomasoni  Italy     female Hannah Whiteley  United-Kindom  

   Top Rankings Expression

Freestyle

 

Big Air

 

Wave

             

Strapless

 

Park

male Carlos Mario  Brazil                   male Posito Martinez  Dominican-Republic                  male Airton Cozzolino  Italy      male Airton Cozzolino  Italy                  male Sam Light  United-Kindom   
female Bruno Kajiya  Brazil       female Bibiana Magaji  Slovakia      female Moona White  United-States      female N/A       female Annelous Lammerts  Netherlands