Triple-S Invitational: spectators learn how to pull cool tricks

The invited riders for the 2013 Triple-S Invitational have been announced.

The 2013 Triple-S Invitational will be held in Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, between the 1st-7th June, with some of the best riders in the world, parties and concerts.

The Triple-S Open, a new competition, will run from May 31st to June 1st and will act as a qualifying event for the Triple-S Invitational.

The invited riders for the kiteboarding competition include Aaron Hadlow, Alex Pastor, Brandon Scheid, Bruna Kajiya, Gisela Pulido, Jesse Richman, Karolina Winkowska, Keahi De Aboitiz, Ruben Lenten, Sam Ligh, Sam Medysky, Susi Mai and Youri Zoon.

Athletes receiving invitations to compete in the Triple-S Invitational are chosen by the Triple-S steering committee.

There will be four additional wildcard spots for the main event. the committee will choose one Wakestyle rider, one Slider rider, one Surf rider and one Female rider for these spots, based on submitted videos, without special effects.

Invited riders for the 2013 Triple-S Invitational:

Aaron Hadlow
Alex Fox
Alex Pastor
Andre Phillip
Bear Kerry
Billy Parker
Brandon Scheid
Brian Smith
Bruna Kajiya
Chad Worrell
Chris Burke
Claire Lutz
Colleen Carroll
Craig Cunningham
Davey Blair
Dylan Thompson
Eric Rienstra
Evan Netsch
Gisela Pulido
Greg Norman Jr
Ian Alldredge
Jake Kelsick
James Boulding
Jason Slezak
Jesse Richman
Joby Cook
Joe Ruscito
Jon Modica
Josh Mulcoy
Karolina Winkowska
Keahi De Aboitiz
Kris Kinn
Lulu Vroman
Mark Miedama
Matt Keenan
Moona Whyte
Niccolo Porcella
Patrick Rebstock
Paula Rosales
Reo Stevens
Rich Sabo
Rick Jensen
Ruben Lenten
Sam Bell
Sam Light
Sam Medysky
Sensi Graves
Susi Mai
Teddy Lyons
Tom Court
Youri Zoon

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