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The best stylish kiteboarders will compete at the 2012 South Australian Kite Surfing Association State Freestyle Titles.

The contest will be held on the 4th and 5th of February, at the Grange Sailing Club, Henley Beach, a popular beachside suburb of Adelaide. The 2012 SAKSA Freestyle titles are open to all AKSA members, no matter what your level of experience and riding ability.

Whether you're just learning to jump or throwing down some huge liteloops or S-bends, join the competition and have some fun.

Just watching the likes of Martyn Bone, the current State champ, Benny Windings, former state champ, and a host of new up-and-coming riders all looking to steal away the coveted crown will be worth the entry fee alone.

The SAKSA Freestyle titles will be contested in several divisions: Open Men and Women, Juniors, Masters, Legends and Amateur.

The Grange Sailing Club rooms will be open to the public providing a great platform to watch all the action on the water.

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