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The Kiteboarder Selects New Editor Brendan Richards


The Kiteboarder Magazine is pleased to announce the selection of its new Editor, Brendan Richards.

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Help Save Maui Kite Beach: Sign the Petition!

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Any sport using a "vessel" may soon be banned from launching or landing along a 3000 ft. section of Kanaha State Park

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Live the Dream: The Kiteboarder Seeking Editor


The Kiteboarder is seeking an editor to oversee the publication’s ongoing creative development, direction, and growth.

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BRV-1 Wireless HD Speaker Review

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There are hundreds, if not thousands, of portable speakers on the market to choose from these days. A year ago James Brown from our test team was in the market for something that was affordable and had the features he wanted

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Griffin Survivor + Catalyst Case Review


This case looks sleek and cool—not bulky or ugly like a lot of cases on the market. It is lightweight, low profile and has a lot of clear plastic so that you can see the color of the phone through the case, which we liked since the white and silver version isn’t obscured too much by the case.

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AWSI 2013 Nominee: Bruna Kajiya


Bruna Kajiya Nominated for AWSI Kiteboarder of the Year 2013.

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AWSI 2013 Nominee: Jesse Richman


Jesse Richman Nominated for AWSI Kiteboarder of the Year 2013.

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TKB Releases Fall-Winter Travel Guide


Professional kiteboarders and industry leaders provide the scoop on 30 must-visit kiting destinations.

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KUZI Project Update: Gut Feeling Change of Plans

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A field report from Seth Warren of the KUZI project.

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The KUZI Project: 500 Miles. 50+ Islands. Two Old Friends.

Kirk first attempted his record in 2010 but could not complete it despite many valiant attempts to finish his journey. He accomplished his unofficial record in July 2011

In just five days, Seth Warren and Kirk Harris will embark on the KUZI Project -- a 500-mile self supporting journey up the coast of East Africa. Fueled by the Kuzi trade wind, a summertime force that pushes wind and swell from the Indian Ocean northward, the team will paddle and kiteboard this extensive stretch of coastline exploring its adjacent islands and remote, pristine coastal areas.

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Cayman to Host First Kiteboarding Competition in 2014

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Following on from the recent tremendous successes of Cayman-based kite surfing professional, Jhon Mora, head instructor at Kitesurf Cayman, the Cayman Islands intends to put itself firmly on the international kitesurfing map with the launch of Cayman’s own four day kitesurfing championship: The Rock International Open, to be held from 12 – 16 February, 2014.

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Airush Looking for East Coast Sales Representative


Airush North America is currently seeking an active member of the kiting community to fulfill the Airush East Coast Sales Representative position.

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Heinekens Sweep 2013 North American Championship

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After four days of racing at Crissy Field, Johnny and Erika take the continental racing title.

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North American Kite Racing Champion to be Decided Today


After three days of racing at the North American Kiteboard Racing Championship at the St. Francis Yacht Club, the top 10 of 74 kiters will face off on today in four scheduled races to see who will take the title.

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Heineken Leads by One Point at North American Kite Racing Championship


The second day of racing for the North American Kite Racing Championships saw the Yellow and Blue get changed up for closer racing throughout the fleets.

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