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Kiteboarding (and overall sailing) Speed Record Ratified

The WSSRC has today ratified the last and final record from Luderitz, handing over the crown of Speedsailing to US Rob Douglas.

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VIDEO: Rob Douglas’s Record 55.65 Knot Speed Run

Just days after Alex Caizergues posted a new world record speed of 54.93 knots, and one hour after Sebastien Cattelan took it to 55.49, Rob Douglas has taken the top spot with a speed of 55.65 knots at the 2010 Luderitz Speed Challenge.

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Kiteboarders Push Speed Sailing Record to 55.65 knots

Rumors are out that Rob Douglas (USA) is holding the Outright Speed Sailing World Record now with an incredible 55.65 knots.

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Kiteboarder Alex Caizergues sets new Sailing Speed Record at 54.10 knots!

Alex Caizergues has officially set a new World Speed Sailing Record at 54.10 knots during his 1st run at 15h38 yesterday afternoon.

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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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American Phil Midler Breaks Kiteboarding Long Distance World Record

On May 10, 2010, starting at 4 a.m., the two Americans quietly set out to break the world kiteboarding distance record.

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You Think You’re Fast? Registration Open for Luderitz 2010 Speed Kiting

Many world records have been broken during the first 3 Luderitz Speed Challenges, and it’s played a vital role in kiteboarders attaining top ranking in Speed Sailing.

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Video: Alexandre Caizergues Kitespeed World Record Run of 50.98 Knots!

You think you can ride fast? Watch Alex Caizergues set the world kiteboarding speed record at 50.98 knots!

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Kristin Boese Sets Historic Kiteboarding Record

Kristin Boese has secured her mark in the sport’s history by winning the Guinness World Records™ for the most kite-boarding world championships attained by a woman athlete.

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