Posts Tagged ‘Cape Hatteras’

Here is the first episode of ‘The Life of Lous’, Annelous Lammerts’ new series about her kiteboarding journey. Episode 1 was shot in Cape Hatteras during the Wind Voyager Triple S Invitational, the first stop of the Kite Park League. Follow Lous in her journey as she wins her first Triple S.

Check out the highlights from Day 1 of the 2019 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational, that started with classic south west conditions in Cape Hatteras.

Video by Jeffrey O’Neil

The 2019 wildcard winners who will be competing in Cape Hatteras from June 1-7 2019 are Xander Raith and Helena Brochocka.

MEN’S WILDCARD WINNER- XANDER RAITH

Style, style, style! Xander Raith has the technical riding and style to compete in the Wind Voyager Triple-S. Xander’s slider game precision and unique feature hits.

WOMEN’S WILDCARD WINNER – HELENA BROCHOCKA

The technicality and variety set Helena Brochocka’s riding apart from the other Wind Voyager Triple-S Wildcard Video Contest competitors. Her locked in presses and stylish kicker hits make her a welcome addition to the 2019 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational.

The winners of the 2019 Wind Voyager Triple-S Wildcard Video Contest were chosen based solely on kickers, sliders and park features. Riders were not judged on any video editing skills, lifestyle, cable riding, boosting, or traditional freestyle kiteboarding.

Congratulations to the winners Xander Raith and Helena Brochacka, who will be competing against the world’s wakestyle elite in the 2019 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational June 1st-7th. Thank you to all the riders and viewers of the Wildcard Video Contest. There is still a chance to get in the main event via the Wind Voyager Triple-S Open. First place in the men’s open and first place in the woman’s open will move on to the main event.

Source: triplesinvitational.com

Kevin Langeree is in Cape Hatteras having great fun. Watch his new vlog “Is this the best downwinder in the world?!”!

From June 1st-7th, 34 of the world’s best kiteboarders will be in Cape Hatteras competing at the Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational 2019. Watch the trailer of this year’s event and stay tuned for all the action!

BEHOLD & SEA is Ewan Jaspan’s new full-length video. Together with Alexander Lewis-Hughes, they put together several clips they filmed in Perth, Melbourne, Cape Hatteras, Squamish, Hood River and Icapui. Sit back, relax and enjoy this impressive kiteboarding movie!

Filmed/Edited by Alexander Lewis-Hughes

Cape Hatteras Wave Classic was not held this year on the Outer Banks of North Carolina due to Hurricane Florence. Organizers have decided to roll the prize purse (equal for Men and Women) into the Cape Hatteras Wave Classic Video Shootout. Here are the winners:

WINNERS

1ST PLACE – $4,000 EACH

Keahi De Aboitiz
Jalou Langeree

2ND PLACE – $2,500 EACH

Matchu Lopes
Moona Whyte

3RD PLACE – $1,500 EACH

Reider Decker
Olivia Jenkins

October Sessions in Cape Hatteras

Posted: 10th Oktober 2018 by Paula Pintão in Allgemein
Original Post: http://kitemovement.com
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Check out a few clips from fun October sessions in Cape Hatteras, North Carolina!

Due to Hurricane Florence, the Cape Hatteras Wave Classic 2018 will not be held this week on the shores of Cape Hatteras. Read here all about it!

Press Release:

The 2018 Cape Hatteras Wave Classic presented by Patagonia, scheduled for this week on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, was recently derailed by Hurricane Florence. Event organizers and sponsors looked at the option of rescheduling the event later in the fall, but the possibility of lining up permits, event staff, plus a strong contingent of local, national and international competitors, all on a relatively short timeline, didn’t look likely.

Rather than postpone the event to September 2019, organizers have decided to roll the prize purse (equal for Men and Women) into the Cape Hatteras Wave Classic Video Shootout. This is an OPEN kitesurfing event, with no entry fee, anyone can enter worldwide. Videos will be judged using same judging criteria as the CHWC: 50% waveriding, 25% tricks, 25% overall impression. Videos must be between two and three minutes long, and submitted between October 1st and November 15th. All video footage must be from the 2018 calendar year. Winners will be announced on December 15th.

Even if you have zero clips stacked now, this gives you eight weeks to gather footage and submit your video. Do you currently have an airline credit for your canceled trip to this year’s event? Use that credit for a strike mission to gather your footage. We’re excited to see what you come up with!

Equal Prize Purse:
1st place Men/Women: $4,000 each. 2nd place Men/Women: $2,500 each. 3rd place Men/Women: $1,500 each.

Revised competition instructions with video content, formatting and upload details will be released by Friday, September 28th. Stay tuned!

Source: realwatersports.com

Watch and enjoy this short footage by Brian Wennersten! It’s packed with nice moments from the Wind Voyager Triple-S, the Bubble Film and the Cape Hatteras Wave classic.