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Richard Branson Gets the Green light today

This morning Sir Richard Branson will cross the English Channel kitesurfing.

Keep an eye on the Flexifoil Facebook Fan page for all the latest Pictures of this epic adventure!



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>>Click here for more pics…

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Added by Sinisa on August 25, 2010 at 8:30 — 1 Comment

Aaron Hadlow Podcast with the Kiteboarder mag

This week on the Kiteboarder podcast they interviewed Aaron Hadlow. At just 21 years old, Aaron started on his path to

becoming the five time world kiteboarding champion on the PKRA tour at

10 years old when he first started flying his dad’s kites.

Click on the link below to listen to the podcast and what Aaron is up to these days.

Podcast: Aaron… Continue

Added by Sinisa on August 6, 2010 at 10:09 — No Comments

Where in the world is Aaron Hadlow?

I came across this article and though it may answer some of the questions that have been floating around lately.

Where in the world is Aaron Hadlow?



When someone mentions the name Aaron Hadlow, people stop dead in their tracks to get a glimpse of this English kiteboarding superhero in action. From his super sick freestyle

moves, to his smooth wakeboading influenced style, Hadlow is simply…

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Added by Sinisa on May 4, 2010 at 20:30 — 1 Comment

Sterkfontein Dam March 2010





As I was getting closer to the dam, I noticed the grass and tress swaying and its really funny how you have a chilled drive and as soon as you see some wind your foot seems to be made of lead and the Speedo just starts

climbing!!!!

Arriving at the dam on the Friday noticing the wind just enough to kite, I quickly

sorted out the accommodation and went straight down to the water and met up

with Jean…

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Added by Sinisa on March 29, 2010 at 9:00 — No Comments

Sterkfontein Dam November 09

The drive from Durban is approximately 300km, the drive is great as its really scenic and the 300km passed by in no time at all.

Thinking I would be the first to arrive at the dam on Friday, but the other guys beat me to it, and had already been out and enjoying the perfect 18 to 20kts. As I got down to the dam I was really surprised to see the guys kiting in baggies, I thought the water would still be… Continue

Added by Sinisa on November 9, 2009 at 15:56 — 2 Comments

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