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Guy Bridge breaks Red Bull Lighthouse to Leighton record

A new speed record was set in the 2018 edition of the Red Bull Lighthouse to Leighton kiteboard race from Rottnest Island to Leighton Beach in Fremantle, Western Australia. Yesterday, Guy Bridge did the 19km crossing in just 18 minutes, 49 seconds. Check the media release below. European champion Guy Bridge breaks Red Bull Lighthouse to Leighton record A convincing win by 19-year-old Guy Bridge from Devon, UK saw a new race record set at today’s Red Bull Lighthouse to Leighton kiteboard race from Rottnest Island. Within five minutes of the race start there was already a clear winner. The Current European Champion flew in front of the field from the start on his hydrofoil board and grew his lead as he crossed the Indian Ocean from Rottnest Island to Leighton Beach in Fremantle in just 18 minutes, 49 seconds. In a solid 20kn winds and under clear blue skies, Guy shaved 45 seconds off the race record set in 2016. Guy said the conditions were perfect for the 19km crossing. “I’m pretty stoked. There was no seaweed and plenty of wind, there wasn’t too much swell so it was really perfect,” Guy said. “I went a lot faster than …


2018 KiteFoil World Series Final Cagliari – Day 0

Sardinia hosts the Kitefoil Gold Cup World Series Final, which will decide the 2018 world title. So stay tuned! Maxime Nocher is the current series leader winning both Act 1, Weifang & Act 2 Pingtan, but has tough competition with fellow French man Nicolas Parlier and Britain’s Guy Bridge. Triple Formula Kite World Champion & 2018 Rolex Sailor of the year, Daniela Moroz will be up against Britain’s Steph Bridge and fellow US Sailor Kirstyn O’Brien. O’Brien is the favourite to take the IKA Kitefoil world title as she has competed and performed at both China events.


Storm Ali

Watch Guy Bridge, Olly Bridge and Dylan van der Meij making the most out of Storm Ali, that hit the northern areas of the British Isles on the 19 September.


Red Bull Lighthouse to Leighton race lures the world’s best

For the first time in its seven-year history the Red Bull Lighthouse to Leighton kiteboard race will include a battle of the world’s best women alongside internationally-ranked men. Female world number 1 Elena Kalinina has confirmed her place and she’ll be taking on a battle of youth versus experience against last year’s Women’s title holder Steph Bridge from Devon, UK. Not yet 21, the Russian has taken out all the top women’s titles of late including this month’s 2016 IKA Kitefoil Gold Cup Finals in Qatar, the 2016 IKA KiteRacing European Championships, the 2016 Hydrofoil Pro Tour and the World Cup of Kiteboarding in 2015 in Italy. Steph has also had a great year, breaking two world sailing records and was fastest female to ever race around the Isle of Wight at the World Speed Racing Festival. She is a five-time Kite Race World Champion. Steph and oldest son Olly (19) are Red Bull Lighthouse to Leighton veterans and winners – competing in their fourth edition this year and for the first time with Olly’s younger brother Guy (16). The brothers are fierce competitors and training partners. Olly continues to podium in races around the world and was European Race …


The Bridge Episode

The story of an extraordinary family. 100 years history of Bridge family, from Dinghi Sailing to World Championships in Course Racing. And the three boys, Olly, Guy and Tom have just started to collect titles.

Steph, …


G.O.T. W.A

West Australia has some some of the worlds best kitesurfing locations both for freestyle and wave and the Bridge family knows that. Therefore they decided to spend their winter break down south and filmed …

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