Archive for the ‘Snowkite’ Category

Here is s short video starring Johann Civel and Hugues Beaume riding at their classic spot, Serre Chevalier, France. Enjoy some fun snowkite action!

Edit and Go Pro shot: Johann Civel
Drone shot: Arnaud Wareck

The famous snowkite competition, Red Bull Ragnarok, returns for its 10 year anniversary in 2020, on March 20-22.

Red Bull Ragnarok returns in 2020 larger than ever. Snow kiters from more than 30 nations worldwide will once again gather on Hardangervidda in Norway in 2020 to battle against each other and the weather when the 10th edition of Red Bull Ragnarok takes place during March 20-22 2020. And for the first time in the competition’s 10 year history 400 kiters from all over the world will fight for the win in the world’s largest snow kite competition.

For more information on the 2020 Red Bull Ragnarok, please check out:


“what it means” – THE MOVIE

Posted: 4th Dezember 2019 by Paula Pintão in Snowkite
Original Post:
Tags: , , ,

Take a break and enjoy some snowkite action with Chasta, Lolo, Johann, Wareck, Hugues, Felix, Alex, Simone, Jonas and Ronny. Watch “what it means”!

Chasta Airlines

Posted: 12th November 2019 by Paula Pintão in Snowkite
Original Post:
Tags: , , , , ,

A short edit picturing some powder snowkiting in the French Alps. Enjoy great action from Guillaume Chastagnol!

Cinematography: Regis Labaune

TEASER “Snowkite what it means”

Posted: 10th November 2019 by Paula Pintão in Snowkite
Original Post:
Tags: , , , ,

Watch the teaser of “Snowkite what it means”, a movie project starring Chasta, Lolo, Johann, Wareck, Hugues, Felix, Alex, Simone, Jonas and the Rider Ronny. Stay tuned!

Check out the features of the new Explore V1 Ultralight byb Ozone.

Video: MLandPictures
Riders: Carl Avery, Didier Botta, Håkon Mæland, Stu Yarrow, Camilla Ringvold, Kim Stake, Sebastian Wright Cappelen, Patrick Brugghe and Roald Kaupang.

This winter delivered perfect conditions for snowkiting in Tromsø, Norway. Check out Bjørn Stien’s new video “Born Ready”, picturing a fun Arctic kite adventure!

A story clip starring Lasse Walker and Steven Akkersdijk about the Red Bull Ragnarok 2019 and their experience at this toughest snow kiting race. Take a look!

Shot by Paul Hijlkema, edited by Lars Veenstra

Check here what went down at Hardangervidda, during Red Bull Ragnarok 2019.

Find out who won and relive some of the action from the ninth edition of Red Bull Ragnarok!

Kiters from more than 30 nations worldwide had gathered at Hardangervidda again this year. Well within the time limit of five hours, Felix Kersten crossed the finish line in 3 hours and 10 minutes to claim his third Ragnarok-title. Last time Felix came out on top was in 2017, and now he is back where he belongs after a 2. place finish last year.

Felix Kersten can smile after winning his third Ragnarok

It was a hard fought battle in the men’s snowboard-category. It looked like Peter Martel, who won in 2016 and 2018, would claim his third title, but in the end it was Bruce Kessler of Switzerland who took the win. The 19 year old Swiss came in to this years race with a silver medal from 2017 (on skis!) in his bag, and walks away with his first Red Bull Ragnarok-title. Kessler reached the finish line in 3 hours and 23 minutes.

Bruce Kessler wins Red Bull Ragnarok 2019

What would Ragnarok be without Steph Bridge? She claimed her fifth consecutive title this year, but we have an idea that this one is extra special for her. She is one of the most decorated participants, but this year she finally made it to the finish line for the very first time. With 15 minutes left on the clock, she could celebrate her victory!

Steph Bridge on her way to victory at Red Bull Ragnarok

The womens snowboard-category was won by Aija Ambrasa from Latvia. She came close to finishing four laps, and claimed the gold in front of Kirsti Henriksen and Sigrid Kaup Aamot, both Norwegians.

Skiing women podium


Male Ski
Felix Kersten (GER)
Dmytro Yasnolobov (UKR)
Daniel Riegler (AUT)

Male Snowboard
Bruce Kessler (SUI)
Peter Martel (CAN)
Christian Labbe (CAN)

Female Ski
Steph Bridge (GBR)
Jennie Milton (AUS)
Lorenza Malaguti (CAN)

Female Snowboard
Aija Ambrasa (LAT)
Kirsti Henriksen (NOR)
Sigrid K. Gaup Aamot (NOR)


Watch Lukas Vogeltanz enjoying a sunny windy day on the mountains in Czech Republic – Moldava.