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Live Webcasting from US Wind & Water Open Starts Friday!


ASnews.net and The Kiteboarder Magazine will be webcasting LIVE from the US Wind & Water Open (formerly The Velocity Games) May 11, 12 and 13, wind and internet connection cooperating!

Check out the live action and interviews anytime after 12noon Central at www.uswindandwateropen.com or http://cherrytap.com/lounge.php?l=1293 You might catch John Gomes, Steve Gunn, Jeff Ruoss or Joe Cool in action:-)

There are over 50 competitors signed up for the BoarderX, Freestyle and Kite Course Racing events who will all be competing for their share of the $15K prize money including:

Alex Bloechinger
Alex Fox
Andy Hurdman
Ben Chambers
Ben Meyer
Billy Parker
Brandon Pelly
Bryan Lake
Carol Bolstad
Clarissa Hempel
Clinton Bolton
Craig Hall
Damien Leroy
Davey Blair
Dougal Macdonald
Eddie Hall
Eric Rienstra
Garett Yarbrough
George Hradil
Grom Brenden Gormley
Jeff Ruoss
Jesse Richman
Jon Modica
JonVan Malsen
Julie Simsar
Kent Marinkovic
Kevin Murray
Kevin Steen
Kristin Boese
Madison Van Heurck
Matthew Sexton
Melissa Gil
Michael Hall
Miguelito Manzanilla
Mikey Bradley
Nicole Warshauer
Nils Stolzlechner
Noah Simon
Oliver Berlic
Paul Lang
Rocky Chatwell
Sam Medysky
Sean Farley
Sean McGinnis
Shannon Gormley
Shawn Richman
Stacey Fonas
tony bolstad
Will Caldwell
Youri Zoon

This week’s podcast will be pre-recorded from the event and posted on Friday…..


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