Karolina Winkowska shares with us some great memories from the 2016 Triple S Invitational held in the famous Real Watersport kite park in Cape Hatteras. Watch the full video from the event! Video: LaolaTeam.com Cam: Alexander Lewis-Huges | Anamorphic Jakub Winkowski | Drone | Slow-mo | Timelaps
2016 Triple-S Invitational
Watch some of the action filmed in Cape Hatteras at this year’s Triple-S Invitational. Enjoy Tom Court and the crew having fun at the kite park!
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Australian Ewan Jaspan killing it in Cape Hatteras, after the Triple-S Invitational event! Check it out.
Alex Maes closed this Triple-S Invitational Chapter by landing his first 900 on a kite. Alex said: “It has been harsh not making it to the event, but at the same time it motivated me more than ever to improve even more and to land new tricks.R…
Video highlights from the Men’s Finals at the 2016 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational.
Video of the Women’s Final in Cape Hatteras!
Round 1 Women’s Highlights from the 2016 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational. Watch some of the action at the REAL Slider Park in Cape Hatteras!
Day 1 of the 2016 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational launched with perfect southwest winds in the world famous REAL Slick & Slider Park. With steady winds hovering around 20mph, competitors were frothing to get heats under way and launch their attack on the state of the art park features. Men’s and Women’s Round 1 were underway all day as heats battled their way through each feature in the park before progressing on to the next. The 5-feature park was split into 3 smaller park zones for Round 1. Park 1 featured the North Rooftop Rail and the KOA Kicker. The entire field of competitors took 3 attempts both features before progressing on to Park 2, the Liquid Force Reverse Rainbow Rail and the CORE Superkicker. The 3rd and final park was a one-feature monster, the 82ft. John Wayne A-frame Rail. Competitors took 3 runs on every feature, counting their best score for each feature for their overall round score. The following riders advanced to Round 2 to battle for the 2016 Wind Voyager Triple-S crown and $50,000 in prize money: Men’s Round 2: Maciek Lewandowski Axel Tack Aaron Hadlow Jake Kelsick Ewan Jaspan Craig Cunningham Christophe Tack Billy Parker Noe …
Saturday June 4th, the backup day for the 2016 Wind Voyager Triple-S Open, saw full glass-off conditions with almost no wind. Event organizers elected to run the event as a wakeboarding contest in the REAL Slider Park, a “plan b” option that was ou…
Faced with calm wind conditions on Day 1 of the 2016 Wind Voyager Triple-S Open, the competition was put on hold for the day. Open riders gathered in the REAL Slider Park for an impromptu Wakeboard Jam Session with the assistance of a little PWC horsep…