Aaron Hadlow: he just had to win everything

British kitesurfing prodigy Aaron Hadlow is back in the competitive scene in great shape. The former 5-time world kiteboarding champion has entered and stormed the Wind or no Wind Board Jam 2011.

Hadlow's domination was pure and simple. The UK talent born in 1988 won the kite and cable competitions to top overall rankings of the Wind or no Wind Board Jam 2011.

Sam Light took the silver medal, while Tom Court had to settle with the bronze trophy. This means that the Brits have totally cleared the contest for themselves.

Aaron Hadlow has taken a break from the Professional Kiteboard Riders Association (PKRA) World Tour in 2010, for international promos and various invitational events, but he will surely return to the world kiteboarding stages in the near future.

The Wind or no Wind Board Jam 2011 was held in the Camsur Watersports Complex, a unique watersports park designed for wakeboarding, wakeskating and waterskiing. The kite event is contested in "Lake Del Ray", special area big enough to support several riders.

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