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NZLive.com - Thu 3 Aug 2017
Thursday 3rd Aug, 8.00pm – 11.55pm, The Nightingale
Auckland

Nick Rado & Raybon Kan – The Official Bootleg Taping

NZLive.com - Thu 3 Aug 2017
Thursday 3rd Aug, 7.00pm – Friday 4th Aug, 9.00pm, Orange Studios
Christchurch

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Flikr - windsurfing - Thu 3 Aug 2017

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Mitu Monteiro prevails in the windy waves of Dakhla

Surf Today Kiteboarding - Thu 3 Aug 2017

Mitu Monteiro has taken out the 2017 World Cup Dakhla, in Morocco.

The Cape Verdean kitesurfer defeated Keahi de Aboitiz in the grand final held on the edge of the desert. The decisive clash had the strongest wind of the whole competition.

Both riders were super active, constantly pulling and landing front rolls, 360s, crazy horses, grabbed back rolls, and massive cutbacks. But the judges went for Monteiro.

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Fabien Pianazza crowned Techno 293 European champion

Surf Today Windsurfing - Wed 2 Aug 2017

Israel won three of the four gold medals at stake at the Techno 293 European Championship 2017, in the northwest of France. But it was a local windsurfer who claimed the most coveted title.

The future stars of Olympic windsurfing battled it out for medals in light-to-medium wind conditions throughout the week, in Lorient.

The organization was able to set 12 races in 12-to-16 knots of wind, and an M-shaped course was tested for the first time.

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NZLive.com - Tue 1 Aug 2017
Tuesday 1st Aug, 7.00pm – 11.30pm, Logan Campbell Centre
Auckland
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