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PKRA Schedule Changes

PKRA Schedule Changes

The battle for world titles continues throughout 2014

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Carbon meets Carbon in China

Carbon meets Carbon in China

One lucky foilboarder hitches a ride with Land Rover's Extreme 40 catamaran

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The TKB Spring-Summer Travel Guide

The TKB Spring-Summer Travel Guide

It's back! 31 kiteboarding destinations for the spring and summer seasons

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Gisela Pulida wins the 2013 Women’s Freestyle World Champion Title

Gisela Pulida wins the 2013 Women’s Freestyle World Champion Title

You go girl.

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Slalom Racers Finish in Pingtan

Slalom Racers Finish in Pingtan

A stellar and record-breaking PKRA event wraps up in China

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Alex Pastor takes the World Title

Alex Pastor takes the World Title

Perfect conditions in China make for fierce competition and record-breaking events

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Tack and Winkowska take the lead in China

Tack and Winkowska take the lead in China

PKRA Single Eliminations are a wrap in Pingtan

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PKRA Dates Change in China, Booty Gets Big.

PKRA Dates Change in China, Booty Gets Big.

PKRA's 2013 schedule changes. Prize money in China totals $80,000 USD.

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PKRA China Wraps Up with LIght Wind Conditions

PKRA China Wraps Up with LIght Wind Conditions

Each competitor retained high expectations for this closing day in such an enchanting place; however, the wind gods turned out to have different plans. Hanging around the event site checking emails, playing games, and socializing, the riders paid close attention to the official notice board and any sign of a greater breeze.

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Kitesurfing China: Report from the Binhai Weifang China International Kitesurfing Tournament

Kitesurfing China: Report from the Binhai Weifang China International Kitesurfing Tournament

The Binhai Weifang China 3rd International Kitesurfing Tournament was held in China’s Shandong province on Saturday. News from China is sometimes hard to come by, firsthand news on Chinese Kitesurfing takes some serious travel time, kooky crunchy food, and an immense amount of brain power used on translation.

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