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Jun 01, 2015

Kiteboarding takes the next jump forward on the Olympic journey

Young kiteboarders from around the world can now look forward to competing in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Buenos Aires, following a confirmation from the ISAF Executive…
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The Notice of Race has been published for the 2015 Formula Kite World Championships, to be held in Gizzeria, Italy, from July 14 to 19. The worlds best 80 kiteracers are invited…

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Smooth win for Heineken at the Canadian Open

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It turned out to be well worth the long drive to Squamish for kiteboarder Johnny Heineken.

The San Francisco native took home first place and a $1300 cash prize for placing first in the 2011 Canadian National Open and said he enjoyed his debut in Squamish.

A report by squamishchief.com

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John Heineken elected US Sailor of the Week

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John Heineken (Larkspur, Calif.) has arrived as the top Kiteboard course racing sailor in the world. Earlier this month, John dominated the field of 62 at the 2011 International Kiteboarding Association (IKA) Kite Course Racing World Championships in Sylt, Germany. He won 10 of the 12 races in winds that reached 25 knots and wavy conditions. The top four finishers were from the United States.

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