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Cable parks, parties, flat water and a flight scene that will make you pucker
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VIDEO: The Mauritius Episode

Right after the KSP Mauritius the North Kiteboarding team took the chance to really enjoy Mauritius and managed to get some sick shots of barrels, huge walls, and also massive wipe outs.
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VIDEO: Tom Court in Mauritius

With the rain pouring down the windows at home in the UK, Tom decided to get off the couch, put down the PS3 controller, and book a ticket out to Mauritius.
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VIDEO: Make My Day Episode 5 with Jeremie Eloy

Lost in the middle of the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is a paradise for all the beach lovers. In the South East there is a wave called One Eye. People come from all around the world to kitesurf here, but most of them don't know the legend behind it.
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VIDEO: Kass Poz in Mauritius

Pedro Henrique, Guilly Brandao, Keahi De Aboitiz, and Sebastian Ribeiro surfing, sailing, and showing what the new generation of Watermans doing.
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KSP One Eye: Final Wrap Up and Full Results

With an 11-foot swell at 17 seconds forecast for the day, today started off with a Local’s Expression Session for the resident riders. KSP competitors and staff watched from the judge’s tower, cheering on the 17 locals during the hour-long heat. Laurent Le Bolloch (MRU/Le Gall/North) won the event by showcasing excellent top-to-bottom riding on the 10- to 15-foot-plus wave faces.
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KSP One Eye Pro: Final Results!

Kicking off the last six heats of the 2011 KSP One Eye Pro in Le Morne, Mauritius, Airton Cozzolino (Italy/North) faced Mauricio Pedreira (Brazil) in the first of two strapless semifinals. Early in the matchup, the 17-year-old Cozzolino was called on interference, resulting in his second highest wave score to be slashed in half. Nevertheless, his progressive kite surfing advanced him to the finals by a slim margin of .47 points.
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KSP One Eye: Epic Kitesurfing Conditions for Day Five

With the long-anticipated mega swell hitting One Eye today and winds holding strong, the KSP One Eye Pro resumed with Men’s Round 4. Ten to twelve foot faces (and the occasional fifteen footer) kicked the day off to an exhilarating start. Blowing more offshore than normal, the strong winds kept the wave faces exceptionally clean, setting the stage for some history and career-making heats.