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Tobago Cays: Jewel of the Grenadines

Photo courtesy Zenith Ocean Voyages

Accessible only by boat, The Tobago Cays consists of five small uninhabited islands surrounded by the infamous Horseshoe Reef. Abundant with beautiful coral formations, tropical fish, and sea turtles, the area offers off-the-hook kiteboarding in crystal clear blue-green waters surrounded by white sandy beaches.

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1st Annual Baja Xmas Downwinder Sleigh Ride

Meet at The Hot Springs Palapas at 130 pm Thursday Dec 23rd Dress in a Xmas costume (Santa, elf, reindeer, snowman, or get creative) Do a downwinder all together on your decorated  kite, windsurfer, SUP, Hobie Cat, inner tube, canoe, ...

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DESIGNER’S CORNER: F-One Bandit 4 and Bamboo Surfboards

Several new sizes were added to F-One's 2011 surf program. Photo Gilles Calvet

For 2011, the Bandit 4 (B4) has changed considerably with a new shape and bar. For F-One’s 2011 surf program, several new sizes were added and the boards now all feature a double concave bottom. Founder Raphael Salles helps explain what we can expect from the new B4 and F-one’s 2011 surf line.

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Close Up: Sean Mertens

Growing up with windsports-addicted parents, free (and sometimes mandatory) rides to the beach whenever it was windy didn’t give Sean much of a choice. It was either learn to kite or be bored to tears.

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Best Now Offering Up To 50% Off

Best are offering up to 50% any purchase of Best kiteboarding gear from any Best retailer or online direct from BestKiteboarding.com

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La Ventana Classic and KiteXpo January 17-23: Early Clinics and Schedule

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Get ready for our island crossing 12 mile kite race, course racing, freestyle contest, Paddle Royale - SUP races including a 12 mile island crossing challenge, biggest KiteXpo ever with tons of gear to test, food, bands, parties every night, and fun—all in the name of raising money for the local schools in La Ventana!

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Final World Rankings for 2010

After the last events of the season, the final rankings for 2010 in all disciplines have been published. The overall world cup winners are: Andy Yates / Gisela Pulido (Freestyle), Bruno Sroka / Steph Bridge (Course Racing) and Guilly Brandao / Gisela Pulido (Wave Riding).

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INDUSTRY PROFILE: Bruce Johnson

I met my good buddy and business partner Nico at a local kite spot and we found out through Arnaud of Kitemasters that F-One was looking for a new distributor for the US market.

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How Far Do You Push Wear?

Peter Schiebel likes to push wear to the limits. Photo Brendan Richards

This being the one part of kite equipment that requires periodic maintenance, the condition of a rider’s main depower line can give you hints about the personality of the kiter.

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Good Morning Sir Richard Branson

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A look at the life of Sir Richard Branson, kiteboarder.

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Light it Up at Burning Bush

With your mind full of doubt that anything is actually happening out here, you come over a small hill and find a few hundred people gathered around various contraptions that are either on fire or about to be lit up.

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Yates and Pulido Claim 2010 Freestyle World Titles

20-year-old Andy Yates started competing on the PKRA tour in 2009 but now in 2010 he's already won his first Freestyle World Championship title.

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Alex Caizergues Wins Redbull Lightship Race

It was a close race early, but the Frenchman put aside jetlag after only arriving in Perth on Wednesday and pulled away.

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Behind the Scenes at the Best Girls Calendar Shoot

During the months leading up to this event, models were beckoned from everywhere to compete for a chance to be in the first Best Girls Calendar.

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Kiteboarding in Merry Old England

The atmosphere here creates a rather different kiting experience. With a large steel works located a mile down the road, those on the hunt for a tropical session need not apply.

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