Kepu Alila: the man who rode four kites in Lapland

His name his Kepu Alila, and he has done something completely different out of the box.

Riding a kite is not as easy as it seems. When the wind plays tricks on you, you can get into trouble. Especially if you're overpowered, and not particularly experienced.

Alila, a Scandinavian snow kiteboarder, decided to connect four kites and ride them in the windy and snowy region of Lapland, in Finland.

Kye Evans: the 2016/2017 National Kiteboarding League champion

Kye Evans has taken out the 2016/2017 National Kiteboarding League (NKL) Grand Final at Narrowneck Beach, in the Gold Coast, Australia.

The final event of the Australian kiteboarding season got underway in strong northern winds and featured the best riders in the country fighting for freestyle and big air titles.

Evans, from the Sunshine Coast, has finally raised the dream trophy after years of intense training.

Pierre Olivier: not afraid of sharks

A kiteboarder decided to play with fire at Brighton-Le-Sands, near Sydney, in Australia.

Adam Cartmer and his friends spotted a bull shark swimming in shallow waters, meters away from the shoreline, and warned everyone to get out of the water.

Beachgoers and around 30 riders immediately got out of the water, including kiteboarder Pierre Olivier. But, soon after, he returned to the sea and rode his board and kite near the predator.

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