From Teahupoo with love and rockets
Can surfers get bored of powerful and deadly waves because they're riding them for three consecutive days? Down at "The End of the Road", the big wave surfing hysteria keeps rolling.
Thu May 16, 2013
Parksville-Qualicum Beach News
Overcoming wind challenges
On a recent challenge to kiteboard from Parksville across the Georgia Straight and back, one kite was shredded, one board was lost and two kiteboarders were overpowered by Mother Nature but the team who make up Kiting For Kids has almost reached their $10,000 goal for BC Children's Hospital.
Uncommon Caribbean Slates @Godomrep Week, May 20-26
Uncommon Caribbean, an innovative travel and lifestyle website updated daily with fresh, original content showcasing the best of the West Indies, has designated May 20-26 @GoDomRep Week! Throughout the weeklong celebration, all Uncommon Caribbean content will highlight experiential travel adventures, cuisine, libations, music and attractions ... (more)
Wed May 15, 2013
Kitesurfing to be unveiled in India
Mumbai, May 15 : An exciting pulse-racing event, kitesurfing, awaits adventure lovers in the costal district of Raigad next weekend.
Kitesurfing to be unveiled in India
It is for the first time in India that as many as 70 Indian kite-surfers will take part in the showpiece event, which will be guided by 20-year old Ines Correia, the 2011 Women's World Kitesurf champion and current top-ranked in Kite Surf Pro World Ranking and Wave Riding World Ranking.
East Bay Express
Summer Camp for Grown-Ups
Who says summer camps are just for kids? According to GrownUpCamps.com , the number of camps for adults has grown an estimated 10 percent over the past decade, to about eight hundred camps around the country.
Tue May 14, 2013
The Montreal Gazette
Kite-surfer drowns in Lac des Deux Montagnes
The Quebec coroner will be investigating the drowning death of a kite-surfer in Lac des Deux Montagnes Sunday afternoon.
Surfing Great Britain aims to reduce carbon footprint
Surfing Great Britain will will be monitoring the environmental effect of its events to find reductions in the carbon footprint.
Google CEO Larry Page discloses why he lost his voice
This past year, Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page lost his voice for a period, missing Google I/O and some quarterly earnings calls.
Beach huts and ice-cream plan to bring in money
MORE beach huts, a pitch and putt, kite surfing and extra ice cream vans are all being looked at to keep council tax down.
Coroner will investigate death of kitesurfer
A little known phenomenon , called a death loop is being blamed for the drowning of a 32 year old kitesurfer on Lake of Two Mountains last Sunday.
Bridge boys kite surf to more glory in France
Exmouth kite surfer aces the Bridge family have been riding more successful waves, their latest triumphs coming in French waters.
Mon May 13, 2013
Courtenay Comox Valley Record
Kite surfer safe after reportedly being swept out to sea off Air Force Beach
By Staff Writer - Comox Valley Record Published: May 13, 2013 2:00 PM Updated: May 13, 2013 2:33 PM A kite surfer who had reportedly been swept out to sea Monday off Air Force Beach near CFB Comox is now safe.
Sun May 12, 2013
Western Morning News published Top kitesurfers will compete for Pasty Cup
The country's top kite surfers will reach speeds of up to 30mph when they descend on Marazion for the first round of the British Kitesurf Racing Championships in two weeks.
Bill Sargent: Sailing glides into national, local spotlight
Brevard County is recognized as one of the finest sailing centers in the country.
Sat May 11, 2013
The Otago Daily Times
Search for kite surfer called off
A search for a kite-surfer thought to have blown out to sea have been called off after nobody was reported missing, police say.
One dead one missing
The body of a cliff fisherman who fell 50 metres off a North Taranaki coastline has been recovered by a search and rescue team in one of two major missing person emergencies in Taranaki waters today.
Thu May 09, 2013
Deluge's sewage taint nasty surprise for water users
SURF'S HIGH: Surfer Kether Gati at Lyall Bay. He felt fine but had noticed the smell of sewage at the coast.
Wed May 08, 2013
Metro UK News
Warm May bank holiday set to be distant memory with storms set to hit the UK
Making a splash: Kite surfers enjoy the winds at Tynemouth Beach as the weather takes a turn for the worse Brace yourself - memories of that warm bank holiday are about to be blown away as one of the most powerful May storms for many years has been predicted today.
Fri May 03, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
Kiteboarder soars to top world spot
Megan McPherson was inspired to take up kiteboarding after watching the sport in Auckland Harbour as a teenager.