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IPU New Zealand International Spring Festival

NZLive.com - Sat 29 Sep 2018
Saturday 29th Sep, 11.00am – 4.00pm, IPU New Zealand Campus
Palmerston North

Women's Lifestyle Expo

NZLive.com - Sat 29 Sep 2018
Saturday 29th Sep, 10.00am – Sunday 30th Sep, 5.00pm, Horncastle Arena
Christchurch

Bridging the 2 Worlds

NZLive.com - Fri 28 Sep 2018
Friday 28th Sep, 7.30pm – 9.30pm, Quality Hotel Parnell
Auckland

Listen In

NZLive.com - Fri 28 Sep 2018
Friday 28th Sep, 7.00pm – 11.00pm, Spark Arena
Auckland

The 2019 Kite-Surf World Tour and Air Games schedule

Surf Today Kiteboarding - Fri 28 Sep 2018

The Global Kitesports Association (GKA) released the official competitive schedule for the 2019 season.

The 2019 Kite-Surf World Tour (wave kitesurfing) and the Air Games (big air kiteboarding) calendars feature new event locations.

The tour kicks off at Sal's Ponta Preta in February, and it will travel to improbable spots like Malmö and Maui. Germany is still not in the official lineup for 2019.

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We Are Samoa

NZLive.com - Thu 27 Sep 2018
Thursday 27th Sep, 7.30pm – Saturday 29th Sep, 9.30pm, Mangere Arts Centre - Nga Tohu o Uenuku
Auckland

Kristin School Masterclass Self Regulation

NZLive.com - Thu 27 Sep 2018
Thursday 27th Sep, 7.00pm – 8.30pm, Kristin School
Auckland

Video : Cape Town 2016 trip from Meikel Thies

MauiSails News - Mon 11 Apr 2016
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Video : 4-Batten sail rigging guide - Mutant (wave) and LocoPro (freestyle)

MauiSails News - Thu 7 Apr 2016
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Video : Wave Sails (5-batten) rigging and derigging guide

MauiSails News - Thu 7 Apr 2016
Check out the latest video clip from MauiSails

Video : Epic - 3-batten wave sail - rigging guide

MauiSails News - Thu 7 Apr 2016
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February in Cape Town

MauiSails News - Wed 23 Mar 2016
Cape Town is extremely versatile so that it never gets boring.

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Red Bull Storm Chase 2013 – Storm 1/ Ireland - Highlights

BroadBandSports.com - Fri 1 Feb 2013
Ten of the world’s best windsurfers from eight countries completed a demanding competition in Kerry, Ireland during the first mission of the Red Bull Storm Chase – the most-challenging windsurfing contest of all time. Despite recorded storm-force gusts of up to 74 knots (137kmh) and fierce 20-ft waves, after possibly the most radical day in windsurfing history the top 6 surfers move on to the second mission. It were Victor Fernandez (ESP), Thomas Traversa (FRA), Julien Taboulet (FRA), Robby Swift (GBR), Marcillio Browne (BRA) and Dany Bruch (GER) who showed the best overall impression displaying superior wave selection and super high aerials.



Red Bull Storm Chase 2013 - Teaser

BroadBandSports.com - Thu 31 Jan 2013
Red Bull Storm Chase is the most-challenging windsurfing contest of all time, with a waiting period that started in August 2012. By hunting down 3 massive storms around the globe, 10 of the world's best sailors will battle for the crown of ultimate storm windsurfer. Now extended into 2013, the competition is split into two parts in accordance with the main global storm seasons: Between January 10 and March 22, 2013, the sailors will be on standby to hunt down two massive storms at seven previously nominated destinations. From July 22, 2013 the top four sailors from rounds 1 and 2 will compete for the title in the final mission at one of the Red Bull Storm Chase destinations. To catch raging conditions, the participants have to be flexible-to-the-max during the two holding periods with just 48-hours to mobilize on-site before the next storm strikes. The contest format is simple: The top 10 sailors from the online voting compete in the first mission. Six advance to the second and 4 best riders to the final mission. © Red Bull Media House



Red Bull Storm Chase 2013 - Teaser

BroadBandSports.com - Tue 29 Jan 2013
Red Bull Storm Chase is the most-challenging windsurfing contest of all time, with a waiting period that started in August 2012. By hunting down 3 massive storms around the globe, 10 of the world's best sailors will battle for the crown of ultimate storm windsurfer. Now extended into 2013, the competition is split into two parts in accordance with the main global storm seasons: Between January 10 and March 22, 2013, the sailors will be on standby to hunt down two massive storms at seven previously nominated destinations. From July 22, 2013 the top four sailors from rounds 1 and 2 will compete for the title in the final mission at one of the Red Bull Storm Chase destinations.



Final day: Defi Wind | Gruissan 2010

Carbon Art - Mon 17 May 2010

Anton's report of the final day of DefiWind 2010!

This was the last day of the 4 day competition. The wind early on in the day was as strong as at the end of yesterday. But since this was the last day I decided that I needed to go out. The race director announced that it would be only one lap around a 25 km course rather than two laps. Everyone cheered.

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Day 3: Defi Wind | Gruissan 2010

Carbon Art - Mon 17 May 2010

A slow start today. In spite of an early start the boys are still wrecked from the day before and the villa was creaking even before Paul put the coffee pot on. Our view from the window looks over the beach and we can see a few hardy souls already on the water at 0800. By 0850 Anton, Paula and james have downed the cereal, grabbed all the gear and are heading to the beach...

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Day 2: Defi Wind | Gruissan 2010

Carbon Art - Mon 17 May 2010

After last year’s quiet days the 2010 event has been a real eye opener. Big days on the water make the big nights a little less appealing is the main observation.

Briefing at 9 and then the race 90 minutes later...

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Defi Wind | Gruissan 2010

Carbon Art - Sat 15 May 2010

Day One at Gruissan, Defi Wind!

James Dinnis arrived in Marseille after a bruising trip from New Plymouth, New Zealand – Auckland – LA (via Venice beach??) – Munich then on to Marseille. Like any good travel story this one had its dramas from the start. The Premium Air New Zealand check-in was the site of the last minute repacking of 217kg of gear all destined for a one way trip to France. As always the Air NZ guys were rockstars. 36 hours later Team Carbon Art arrived in France to be met by team rider Vincent only to find none of the gear had arrived...

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