The KPWT Dunkerque Kitesurf Pro has come to an end today. It has been a successful week for kitesurfing and we have witnessed some World Class Kitesurfing! Some new names from Belgium have impressed in the freestyle discipline and some very exciting course racing took place.
We had a huge response from the city of Dunkerque and many spectators came to appreciate the kitesurfing and the festivities on offer.
Today’s weather condition was much better than the last three days of the Kite-Racing Brasil 2009. The sun was up all day long so the blue, clear sky coupled with a jam-packed crowd on the beach plus some of the most extreme kiteboard racers on the water were a spectacular sight to behold. The wind blew at an average speed of 14 to 18 knots and most of the racers were on their 11 and 13-meter kites.