Posts Tagged ‘Rider’

Jarrod Snow – Torquay

Posted: 13th Mai 2019 by Paula Pintão in Allgemein
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Watch Australian rider Jarrod Snow, who started kiting at the age of 10, shredding at home in Torquay. Enjoy his short clip packed with a mix of freestyle, foiling and strapless kitesurf!

Filmed and edit by Adam Snow

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!

50 year storm with James Storm Carew

Posted: 29th April 2019 by Paula Pintão in Allgemein
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James Carew taking the most out of epic conditions! Watch Australian rider shredding at home.

Edit by: Adam Snow (Snowfoto)
Music track: The Body – instrumental version by David Absolutes

“MaxWorld” is Maxime Chabloz’s new series. The first episode is out and was shot in Bonaire. Watch the young shredder training in the Caribbean! Stay tuned for more action and trips.

Special Guests: Mikaili Sol, Valentin Rodrigues, Gianmaria Coccoluto, Liam Waley, Aron Rosslee and Fabio Ingrosso

Edit by Maxime Chabloz
Video by Gianmaria Coccoluto, Fabio Ingrosso, Aron Rosslee and Maxime Chabloz

When Dominik Gührs was heading out to Thailand last January, he decided to make a quick stop in Abu Dhabi. Watch German rider in action at the cable in the United Arab Emirates.

Here & Now – Ewan Jaspan

Posted: 14th März 2019 by Paula Pintão in Allgemein
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Watch “Here & Now” with Ewan Jaspan! Check what Australian rider has to say about megaloops, good kiters, the King of The Air and his new film, “Behold & Sea“.

Filmed & edited by Noe Font.
Copyright KNOT FUTURE 2018.

Travel to Cape Town with Paulino Pereira! In his new video, Portuguese rider shows us some good moments of his trip. Check it out!

Ross-Dillon Player pushing his limits at the Red Bull King Of The Air 2019. Watch the local rider from Cape Town in action!

Video by Bo Van Wyk
Music: DJ Quads – Soul

Clément Huot

Posted: 7th Februar 2019 by Paula Pintão in Allgemein
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A few clips from Clément Huot’s big air session. Watch the 16 years old rider killing it in Brittany!

Filmed by Jean-Philippe Mériglier

Dutchman defends his title in emphatic fashion

Kevin Langeree won a closely-contested three-man final battle at Kite Beach in Cape Town on Wednesday 6 February, to retain his title. This is the Dutchman’s third Red Bull King of the Air win, making him the winningest big air rider on African soil.

Langeree outgunned Hawaiian Jesse Richman (2013 Red Bull King of the Air champ) and Liam Whaley (Spain) in 30-knot ‘Cape Doctor’ conditions during the 13-minute final.


Spoils of war
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“To be up here for the third time is amazing,” Langeree commented from the podium. “Sharing it with these amazing riders is just something magical, you know!”

According to Langeree he had no idea of the situation during the final as it was so close. “These guys were killing it – they were going so big!” He said.

“I managed to land a new trick, so I’m stoked,” he concluded. “It think that put me on top.”

Around 9000 people lined Kite Beach to watch the semi-finals and final on the day.

A tale of two days

The first day ran on Thursday 31 January. That day offered near perfect conditions for the world’s 18 best big air kiteboarders to hit the water and take to the skies. Four rounds were run on the day before the call was made to go on hold, when the wind dropped.

Day one, however was not without a few upsets: Crowd favourite and two-time winner, Aaron Hadlow and SA’s Joshua Emmanuel had to retire due to injury in rounds two and four respectively.


Hawaiian Aloha
© Tyrone Bradley / Red Bull Content Pool

“It was the right call to stop on Thursday and come back today,” commented Sportive Director Sergio Cantagalli. “The conditions were epic and each rider had the opportunity to perform properly,” he said. “The guys peaked at the right time and the best man won on the day.”


The crowd loved it
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Jesse Richman took the competition’s ‘Mystic Most Extreme Move’ award with his powered Kung Fu 1080 handlepass, on day one.

Source: Jazz Kuschke / redbull.com/za