2018 Youth Olympic Games Qualifier - Dakhla - Day One
Young kiteboard riders from Europe and Africa hoping to open their account to claim a spot at the forthcoming Youth Olympic Games (YOG) suffered a day of frustration when the breeze failed to build sufficiently to allow racing.
2018 Youth Olympic Games Qualifier - Dakhla - Day Two
Second of the five-day competition in Morocco, the wind was largely absent, preventing racing. The forecast for the forthcoming final three days looks promising, however, giving the winners of the respective divisions, a boy and girl each from Africa and Europe, the chance to earn a YOG berth.
2018 Youth Olympic Games Qualifier - Dakhla - Day Three
Day Three of the five-day contest, the wind blew over Dakhla’s renowned flat-water lagoon built so quickly and with such ferocity that most of the riders deployed each of the four variously-sized kites they had registered for the event.
2018 Youth Olympic Games Qualifier - Dakhla - Day Four
Penultimate day of the International Kiteboarding Association (IKA) qualifier, Italy’s Sofia Tomasoni stood on top of the pile in the European division after a series of dominant performances, though still only a few points separated her from her nearest rivals.
2018 Youth Olympic Games Qualifier - Dakhla - Final Day
Young riders from Europe and Africa earned their chance to compete for the inaugural kiteboarding medals at the upcoming Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Argentina in a nail-biting finale to the qualification event in Dakhla, Morocco.
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