Competition from day two of the Think Blue Kitesurf World Cup got underway this afternoon in light onshore winds. The wind built steadily and the day’s action began with slalom racing followed by the continuation of the freestyle trials.
Day one of the Think Blue Kitesurf World Cup – the largest and most well attended PKRA tour stop of the year - saw offshore winds ranging from 6-14 knots that persisted throughout most of the day. Although the winds were contestable at
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