Chris Stuckey: 24 mile kiteboarding hero

Professional Kiteboarder Chris Stuckey completed the 24 mile cross of the Lake Pontchartrain at the annual Leukemia Cup Regatta.

The journey has already raised $5,844 for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Stuckey took the inspiration from his beloved father, Terry Stuckey, who died of Acute Myelogenous Leukemia with just 43 years.

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Ignacio Garcia: another shy kiteboarder

Ignacio Garcia doesn’t stop! This year the Chilean Nationals were held in the lake of Puclaro, located 500km north of the capital of Chile (Santiago).

Conditions were incredible during the 3 days of competition. Constant 25 knots were perfect for more than 70 riders who competed this year.

This year we had freestyle male and female, race male and female, hangtime and monster loop. Ignacio in a great final won freestyle and ended second in race.

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Bayswater Marina: the Shoal Bay's kitesurf exclusive paradise is very near

The Shoal Bay, in New Zealand, is now a kitesurfer's heaven as boaties have left the area.

The battle for the control of this region has begun in 2007, when kitesurfers said that mooring should be gone and represented a danger for wind powered recreational watercrafts such as windsurf or kitesurf boards.

When SW and W winds hit Shoal Bay, more than one hundred kitesurfers and windsurfers can be seen sailing around.

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