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Nocher and Kalinina win the 2015 IKA Formula Kite World Championships

Nocher and Kalinina Crowned after Fraught Final Day at Kite Race WorldsThe IKA kite race worlds went right to the wire, but Monaco rider Maxime Nocher clinched back-to-back world…
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Jul 19, 2015

IKA terminates agreement with PKRA with immediate effect

The International Kiteboarding Association (IKA) regrets to announce that the contract between IKA and the Professional Kiteboard Riders Association (PKRA) has been terminated.…

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Equipment Registration Scheme Reminder

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This is only a reminder to all interested manufacturers that the deadline to register equipment for the 2013 season is approaching fast.

For clarification: both boards AND kites are subject to the new registration scheme, with the deadline for registration being the 31st of December,2012. By this date, all paperwork must have been completed AND 10 pieces of equipment built.

Plaque IDs are issued on request to the IKA secretariat, with the Plaque artwork to be printed on boards AND kites.

Remember: the deadline is 31st of December 2012 and by that date all paperwork must be completed AND 10 pieces built. The registration scheme requires a proof of that to be sent to the secretariat as well.

If you have any further questions on that please get in touch with us immediately.

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Melbourne Important Event Information

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Here is some important information regarding the upcoming Sailing World Cup in Melbourne.

The launch site will be just 100 meters of Sandringham Yacht Club on the beach next to the club, and the course area will be right in front of the club with the spectator area. 

Riders are required by Australian law to wear personal floatation devices any time when afloat, so bring a PFD or impact vest with some buoyancy. This will be put into the Sailing Instructions and may impose penalties if not followed.

The event format will be an opening series run on windward/leeward courses, and a medal race series conducted in heats, on a short track course with reaching starts for the top 10 competitors in each fleet. 

 

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