Windy windy DAY at the 2017 KiteFoil GoldCup World Championship with the Mistral wind blowing up to 40 knots - survival time for all of the riders. Featuring, IKA President, Mirco Babini about the safety and Steph Bridge telling us how though it was in the super rough conditions.
The last racing day wrap up of the 2017 KiteFoil GoldCup. With an amazing final event in Cagliari, Sardina, Italy where the IKA awarded the 2017 world series winners and the 2017 KiteFoil class World Champion.
Britain’s Bridge brothers, Olly and Guy, signalled their intent when they bagged a big tally of first places in the opening exchanges of the Formula Kite World Championships in Oman, giving them the top two spots on the leaderboard.
With the top fleet stacked with the world’s fastest kite racers the battles at the Formula Kite World Championships in Oman just got a lot fiercer in awesome conditions that provided a perfect stage for the riders’ supreme athleticism.
Competition at the Formula Kite World Championships in Oman saw the stakes raised as the leading racers battled to secure a top 10 spot and the chance to go for glory in the Medal Series on the final day.
Despite tense battles throughout the Medal Series, Nico Parlier, the French rider’s sheer pace guaranteed him the title even before the last race began. A well-earned victory to add to the IKA KiteFoil Class world title that he secured in Italy last month. Dominance was felt in the women’s divisi...