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KiteFoil GoldCup USA Day 2

Top Talent Moves on to Finals in Kite Foil Gold CupAfter two days of qualifying races, a field of 69 kiters has been narrowed down to two fleets for the Finals: 35 top contenders…
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KiteFoil GoldCup USA Day 1

Learning to Fly: Kiters Warm Up During Day One of Kite Foil Gold CupTo the untrained eye, Thursday afternoon on Crissy Field looked like a mess. There were kites and lines and…

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Boardsports selected for the 2016 Olympic Games

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It was the most packed session we have had this week here in Athens at the ISAF Annual Conference to hear the ISAF Events Committee’s recommendation on the provisional Olympic events and equipment for 2016.

This is how the voting went...

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IKA is taking on the future of KiteRacing

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Delegates from all over the world have been discussed and decided on the future equipment for kiteboard racing last weekend on the IKA class AGM.

From 2011 on, racing will take place in an open division and in a production division, which is strictly box-rule controlled and limited to 1 board and 3 kites that every competitor can register per event.

The dimension of the boards to be registered are:

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Freestyle Single Elimination completed on PKRA Argentina Day 2

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It was a spectacular second day in Lake Nahuel Huapi for the Kitesurf World Cup Bariloche 2010. The wind began to pick up strength early in the morning and the sun came out for short periods warming the air. However, it remained a little colder than the past couple of days due to stronger winds. Shortly after 12:00 pm, there were recordings of wind speeds reaching 20 knots with gusts of up to 25 knots.

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