The Formula Kite class is a high performance hydrofoiling class using regulated series registered production equipment freely available.
Formula Kite has been selected by World Sailing as equipment for the kiteboarding event of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games Sailing Competition. The format will be Mixed Team Relay.
The KiteFoil class is a full development class with minimal equipment limitation, allowing brands to test the latest equipment on the market.
The KiteFoil World Series is the sports premium event series with events all around the world and a strong focus on media production and prize money level.
The Expression Disciplines currently include Freestyle, Big Air, Wave Riding, Strapless Freestyle and Park. Competition is judged on difficulty and execution rather than "first past the post".
World Sailing, IKA and GKA have agreed to share the responsibilities for the Expression Disciplines with the Open World Titles awarded through professional tours.
Kiteboarding has been included in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games with a boardercross event on IKA TwinTip:Racing equipment, for boys and girls born between 2000 and 2003.
Have a look here to learn more about equipment limitations, formats and qualification opportunities.
Kiteboarding has been elected by World Sailing as one of the 10 sailing events for the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.
The Formula Kite class is the only afforadable solution for emerging and developing nations to compete in high performance classes and ticks all boxes of the IOC requirements, especially for youth and media appeal.
The Annual General Meeting 2012 took place on April 19th, 2012 and was not only the very first online conference the foundation held, but also the first Annual General Meeting open to KB4girls members, ambassadors and the public due to the foundation having acquired 501 (c) 3 status just a little over a year ago.
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