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Close Up: Adam Koch

If you’ve been following kiteboarding for a number of years then you have probably heard of Adam Koch.

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INDUSTRY PROFILE: Litewave Dave

I was a windsurfer building my own boards and I went to Maui so I could learn to build better windsurfers.

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The Unstoppable Billy Floyd

Even the loss of his legs can’t keep Billy Floyd from kiteboarding.

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From the Beginning: The Franz Olry Interview

There is a good chance that you have no idea who Franz Olry is.

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PODCAST: Raphael Salles on the 2011 F-One Products

Our guest on today’s podcast brought to you by The Kiteboarder Magazine is the founder of F-One, Raphael Salles.

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TKB PODCAST: Phil Midler on his Record Breaking Journey

Phil Midler from XLKites joined us today to give us a recap of his amazing Journey of nearly 240 miles of kiteboarding along the Texas Gulf Coast.

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TKB PODCAST: Nine Time World Champion Kristin Boese

Our guest on this week’s the Kiteboarder podcast is nine time world champion Kristin Boese from Germany.

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TKB PODCAST: Gary Siskar from Liquid Force Kiteboarding on the Kiteboarding Industry

Our special guest this week is Gary Siskar, the new brand manager for Liquid Force’s kiteboarding division. Gary had extensive experience in surf and snow with such companies as Burton and OP before coming on board with Liquid Force.

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TKB PODCAST: Aaron Hadlow

This week, our special guest on The Kiteboarder podcast is pro rider Aaron Hadlow. At just 21 years old, Aaron started on his path to becoming the five time world kiteboarding champion on the PKRA tour at 10 years old when he first started flying his dad’s kites.

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TKB Podcast: 2010 Jupiter Kite Invasion

Jeremy Green checks in to fill us in on the deatails of this year's Jupiter Kite Invasion, happening January 29-31, 2010.

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TKB Podcast: Fastrack, the next one-pump innovation?

Tony Logosz from Slingshot Kiteboarding tells us about the new Fastrack system.

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The Man Behind the Scenes: The Story of Naish Kiteboarding

Mention Naish Kiteboarding and most people immediately think of Robby Naish, the man who basically put windsurfing on the map and has been killing it as a kiteboarder since the beginning of the sport. Most have never heard of Andy Church, the brawn on the business side of the company, who has been working behind the scenes at Naish for years.

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Born & Bred in the USA: The Story of Slingshot

Slingshot was one of the first companies who was strictly a kiteboarding company in an emerging market of manufacturers who produced both windsurfing and kiteboarding gear. Their cool graphics and unique approach turned heads quickly.

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GUMBALL SPEAKS: Interview with Best Kiteboarding Co-Founder Alex Shogren

Best Kiteboarding is one of the most controversial brands in the history of our sport. In their first year of business, they were blackballed from certain magazines, banned from a demo testing event and often criticized for their aggressive marketing strategies. Under mountains of opposition, Best has matured into a major player in our sport.

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The Bearded BANDITOS: The Story of Caution Kiteboarding

If you kitesurf at any beach near Santa Cruz, California, there is something that will jump out at you immediately. An overwhelming number of people ride gear from one company: Caution Kites.

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