Posts Tagged ‘England’

Sam Light // Kitesurfing on STONES

Posted: 13th Mai 2019 by Paula Pintão in Allgemein
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Sam Light’s latest vlog was shot at Pagham. Watch British rider kiteboarding on stones on the south coast of England. Enjoy!

Olly Bridge pulling off a 650-foot leap (200 meters) over a sand spit in Dawlish Warren, England. See for yourself!

The Kitesurfing Armada Festival will take place on Hayling Island from 22-24 June 2018.

Follow a couple of kiteboarders on a 40km round trip to the wind farm off the coast of Worthing, in West Sussex, England.

Travel to England with Sam Light! British shredder from Hayling Island spent two weeks traversing along the entire British coastline, kiteboarding, wakeboarding and taking in all this beautiful country has to offer. There’s no place like home!

On the 22nd November Lewis Crathern set a new British kite jump height record, 22.3 meters! Check out his jump in Ramsgate, in east Kent.

Under the Sun – Kiteboarding in Europe

Posted: 4th November 2015 by Paula Pintão in Allgemein
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“Under the sun”, starring Joe and Holly Keenan, is a fun kiteboarding video shot in England and Greece during last summer. Watch the two British brothers enjoying their summer training at several spots in Europe.

Escaping Winter

Posted: 19th Oktober 2015 by Paula Pintão in Allgemein
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Whenever it is possible, Steven Akkersdijk escapes the Dutch winter to go training at a warmer place. This is his footage from his last years’ escapes to Maui, England and Cape Town. Jus have a look and enjoy an endless summer!

Take a journey to England, home turf of the English language and James Boulding who shows Alberto Rondina and Anders Krüger where all his kiteboarding adventures began.

With breathtaking scenery and a stunningly varied coastline, they enjoyed the magic of England and its beaches.

Film: James Boulding & Anders Krüger
Edit: James Boulding

Virgin Kitesurfing Armada 2014 brought the kitesurfing community together for an awesome 2 day kitesurfing festival on Hayling Island, on the south coast of England. This was the third attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the ‘Largest Parade of Kitesurfers’ but the event also aimed to raise money for charity.

With 362 kitesurfers on the water only 343 completed the course which was not enough to break 2014 Tarifa’s record of 352 riders.

Watch the highlights of the Virgin Kitesurfing Armada!