Travel to Brazil with Annelous Lammerts and watch some behind the scenes of the Kite Mansion Open, the final tour stop of the 2019 KPL.
2018 Kite Mansion Open
Brandon Scheid and Karolina Winkowska claimed the 2018 Kite Park League world titles. Take a look at the higlight video of the 2018 Kite Mansion Open finals, during the final stop of the 2018 Kite Park League held in Icapui, Brazil. Edit by Laci Kobulský & Photography by Andre Magarao Official Results: Kite Mansion Open – Men 1st place – Ramiro Gallart 2nd place – Ewan Jaspan 3rd place – Brandon Scheid Kite Mansion Open – Women 1st place – Annelous Lammerts 2nd place – Colleen Carroll 3rd place – Sensi Graves 2018 Kite Park League – Overall Ranking Men 1st place – Brandon Scheid 2nd place – Ewan Jaspan 3rd place – Noè Font 4th place – Alex Maes 5th place – Christophe Tack 2018 Kite Park League – Overall Ranking Women 1st place – Karolina Winkowska 2nd place – Julia Castro 3rd place – Annelous Lammerts 4th place – Colleen Carroll 5th place – Sensi Graves Best line contest 1st place – Alex Maes (22 points) 1st place – Ewan Jaspan (22 points) 3rd place – Noè Font (20,25 points)
2018 Patagonia Hood Jam finals show
2018 Patagonia Hood Jam – Final Results
Brandon Scheid and Karolina Winkowska are the big winners of the 2018 Hood Jam! Check here the final results of this year’s event. Press Release and Final Results: It would be an understatement to say this years Hood Jam event scored epic Kiteboarding conditions. Ian Daly (local rider and judge for the event) said it best, “These are the best conditions I’ve ever seen for an event here”. With great conditions came excellent riding, the level was the highest and tightest in KPL history. NBDs (Never Been Done Tricks) were thrown in both the Mens and Womens competition, whilst the top three Men were separated by a mere point. Guessing the order of the top five in the Mens competition was a hard task but it was clear that Brandon Scheid, Ewan Jaspan and Sam Light all had the overall consistency across features to take a podium spot. Ultimately though it was the hometown hero Scheid who ranked first on four of six features and took out the top spot, Scheid closely followed 0.03 points behind by Jaspan then Light. Scheids local knowledge and ability in the Slider Project park is second to none and it’s no surprise to many …
Kiteboarding Wales – UK Park Jam – Rhosneigr
Sam Light – An Ode to the Journey
Rhosneigr Park Jam 2017 – Day 3
Flyn Bay Bash Poland
The Flyn Bay Bash, Poland’s first ever Kite Park event, was an amazing success! Driven by the hard work of Karolina Winkowska and Flyn & Co Wetsuits, the event drew riders from all over Poland as well as a few international riders. Drawing one of the largest local turnouts for a Kite Park event, the event also included a freestyle section that really showed off the versatility of all the riders. With a fun atmosphere and great parties, next years event is not one to miss!
Rhosneigr Park Jam 2017 – Day 2
Highlights from Day 2 at the Rhosneigr Park Jam 2017, in North Wales! Although North Wales is cold, the weather has been delivering for us at the last stop of the KPL tour. Rhosneigr Park Jam has had two perfect days amongst the rock islands on the south side of the bay. With the mens & womens preliminary and dingle eliminations complete, the finals will run in the next couple days. Riders meeting at 8am today and looks like morning action could be the call. Awesome standard of riding from all of the competitors and free riders. Tom Bridge was the stand out yesterday, stomping a frontside 900 off the Poseidon Kite School kicker!