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Trailer Patagonia Hood Jam 2018

The Patagonia Hood Jam 2018 will take place July 22nd-28th at the Slider Project Park, Hood River. Watch here the trailer of the next event on the KPL lineup! These are the Invited Riders, based on 2017 KPL results: Sam Light, Ewan Jaspan, Brandon Scheid, Noè Font, Craig Cunningham, Eric James Rienstra, Christophe Tack, Alex Maes, Artem Garashchenko, Axel Tack, Sam Medysky, Ramiro Gallart, Billy Parker, Rich Sabo, Aaron Hadlow, Peair Legov, Annelous Lammerts, Colleen Carroll, Sensi Graves, Issy von Zastrow, Karolina Winkowska, Manuela Jungo, Julia Castro, Katie Potter. Submissions are open for a Wild Card Entry.


2017 Spornado Hood Jam Day 5

Finals day madness rained down on the Slider Project Park as the winds varied between 15 and 32 mph today. The competitors took to the water at noon to set their strategies and test out the wind conditions of the day. The women constantly switched between 7m and 9m kites while the men were on 9m and 11m throughout the day depending on the length and style of feature. The riders went through the entire park again with 3 hits and 1 pass for each feature to compete to be the champion of Spornado Hood Jam 2017. A few riders braved through the gusts to pull out extremely clean technical tricks on the 2 kickers and 3 sliders. Hood River local, Brandon Scheid rode in the spotlight yet again as he laid down consistent hits on all the obstacles including a backmobe 5 on the slingshot kicker. Craig Cunningham stomped a gap backside 360 pass over the Cabrinha rail to set him apart from the competition. In the gusty wind, it was a risky trick which paid off and received loud support from the beach. Known for his grabs, Ewan Jaspan has a melon grab toeside backside 720 and a …


2017 Spornado Hood Jam Day 1

Day 1 of the 2017 Spornado Hood Jam started with light wind and hot temperatures to welcome the riders to the Slider Project Park in Hood River, Oregon. Last night, all the riders gathered together at the opening ceremony to celebrate the third annual return to The Gorge. 33 total riders, 24 men and 9 women, have officially registered to compete in the third stop on the Kite Park League tour this year. Full Sail Brewery sponsored the party and kept people buzzing while plans were made to finish the park just in time for the event. The morning started early with sliders being towed for repair, carried across the beach, and refinished with new decals by the riders and Jibstruction. With the temperatures being especially hot, the wind didn’t fill in till late afternoon for the riders to have a first jam session with the entire media team at full attention. Riders like Ewan Jaspan and Noe Font were holding nothing back from the beginning. They gave a sneak peak of what is to come with banger after banger throughout the jam session. Tomorrow’s forecast is predicting a windy afternoon perfect to run the first heats of the competition. …

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