Brighton Beach: it's Australia, not the UK

Kristin Boese is doing a great job with the KB4girls 2010 World Tour. The hard task of spreading the kiteboard word around the globe is a virtuous initiative.

The female coaching clinic tour has been increased. Between December 3rd-4th, the kiteboarding champion is heading to Brighton Beach, in Australia, to motivate girls competing in kiteboarding contests.

"I want to help them to have a positive first experience on the competition scene and also motivate those that are not that far along yet to push themselves further and hopefully join in the future.”, says Boese.

The clinic will be limited to 30 girls. The cost of will be 30 AUS$ that will go towards the Surfrider Foundation Europe, a partner of KB4girls that strives to protect oceans and beaches around the world.

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