Flysurfer and Flyboards teamrider Sebastian Bubmann had the chance to test one of the pre-serial boards of the new Flyboards FlySplit M this summer. Together with his buddies he was sailing along the Danish southern Baltic Sea and discovered some epic flatwater spots. Having very limited space available on a 33 foot sailing boat, the […]

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Dates for the both Professional Kiteboard Riders Association (PKRA) events in China have been modified and unfortunately the Hainan Slalom event has been canceled. The prize money for the Pingtan event has been raised to $80,000. The PKRA stop in New Caledonia is canceled canceled as well. We are all hoping to see New Caledonia […]

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This weekend, the Finals of the German Kitesurf Nationals will take place in Büsum. Will European Champion in Freestyle Mario Rodwald win his eighth season in a row?  Over seven years, Mario Rodwald, has continually been the German Champion in Freestyle. This weekend, the fourth and final stop of the Kitesurf-Trophy will determine his next success. […]

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Following last week’s announcement that grandfathered equipment would not be eligible for racing at the 2013 Kiteracing World Championship in Hainan, China, the issue has been further discussed with the International Sailing Federation (ISAF). ISAF has advised, that for class continental and world championships the class rules cannot be changed through Racing Rule 87. ISAF […]

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The final day of the Burn Kitesurf World Cup in Istanbul, Turkey got underway late to let everyone rest after an amazing concert from Duman.  After a stretching session and an SUP race, the slalom commenced.  Bryan Lake finished second  behind Bridge in the race but it was enough to secure his victory, Boenniger also […]

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At the Burn Kitesurf World Cup, the strong afternoon thermal never came up, but the racers ventured out for two exhibition races to show the crowds of Burc beach what Slalom kite racing is all about.  Bryan Lake and Julien Kerneur were the top riders of the day, with Bryan winning both races and Julien […]

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In the Burn Slalom World Cup, Bryan Lake and Elena Kalinina are the standouts of today’s competition in Burc beach Istanbul.  They both won three races giving Lake the points lead and Elena is a close second behind Boenniger.  The winds were fairly strong in the morning and gradually dropped off in the afternoon when […]

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The Kite Surf Pro e.V. (KSP) held its second Annual General Meeting on August 19th to assess the organization’s operations during 2012, discuss input from KSP members, and review plans, challenges and opportunities for 2013/14. The meeting was held as an online meeting to give each member the possibility to join. KSP co-founder and President, […]

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It’s been a while since the last big Airstyle event was organized around the world and this time, it was held in the north of France, at the Dunkerque Flysurfing Club (DFC), where in the days before this competition, the French National Freestyle Championship also took place, which was won by Paul Serin (Naish). The […]

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