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A late but successful kickoff at PKRA Cabarete

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The wind was shinning, and the temperatures were a scorching 31 degrees Celsius as all the riders waited patiently for the wind to pick up in strength. After waiting for nearly two hours, the wind decided to come out and play here in Cabarete, Dominican Republic.

The men’s trial eliminations were completed rather quickly making it possible for the men’s single eliminations to commence. The first round of men’s freestyle single eliminations got underway at 3:15pm.

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More than 20 Nationalities register for PKRA Cabarete 2010

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Registration commenced with a world breaking record of 20 nationalities. Riders from Australia, Aruba, Lebanon, Brazil, France, Germany and Canada to name a few made their way to Cabarete, Dominican Republic yesterday for the third stop of the PKRA World Cup 2010.

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Cook Island Kiteboarding Association joins IKA

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Cook IslandsCook Islands has just become the latest member of the International Kiteboarding Association. This represents the first official expansion into Oceania after the inclusion of the Australian Championships earlier this year.

"We are honored and excited to be a part of IKA.  We believe that the knowledge and spirits of our ancestors will guide us into the future.", Teanaroa Paka Worthington, President of Cook Island Kiteboarding stated.

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