Kneeboarding: that is not easy

Kneeboarding is not a very common sport in the world's beaches but, in fact, there are lot of fans and competitors out there.

The truth is more than 200 competitors from 12 countries will competing for the highest trophy, from 19 to 26 March 2011, at Phillip Island, Victoria.

The 2011 ISA World Kneeboard Titles is held every two years and will crown the world champions in the Open division as well as the age divisions that range from Under 16 to Over 60.

Expect incredible kneeboarding performances from athletes traveling from New Zealand, USA, England, Ireland, France, Tahiti, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, South Africa, Canada, Japan and Australia.

The event will be staged in one of the best wave spots of the Phillip Island and current world champions will be challenging the local kneeboard community of Australia. The 2011 ISA World Kneeboard Titles are going to be webcasted and televised live.

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