Intrepid ocean explorer, captain of the Best Odyssey boat, Discovery, and regular KW columnist, Gavin McClurg logs in with another incredible report from a fantastically remote corner of the world.
Along with his best mate, Aaron Hadlow, Ruben Lenten is one of the biggest icons in kitesurfing. In a completely different way to Aaron, he's exciting, gung ho and an extreme extrovert.
Going into the 2011 World Championships I expected a more even spread of nationalities on the podium come the end of the event. Sure Adam Koch already has a World Championship crown on his mantlepiece at home, but so too does Fren...
Mark Shinn thought he was onto something pretty special when he came up with the Super Shinn ? a high-performance twin-tip packed with an unusual level of user-friendliness. He invited Jim Gaunt to see what he was making such a fu...
Cape Town is one of kitesurfing's most important hubs in terms of gear development. Airush relocated their operation to Cape Town a year ago and have now developed a fully in-house working system
RRD produce a range of six kites focussed on very different disciplines. So who better to kick-off the first in a series looking at the technical aspects of kite design? We begin with a look at the skeleton structure of the RRD ra...
George Dufty competed in the BKSA Under 15s (juniors) series last year and in this column, recounts some of his highlights and experiences from his first season, finishing third overall. Now sponsored by Liquid Force, he's current...
Kiteboarding getting into the Olympics is a good thing, right? Two-time World Champion, Mark Shinn, argues the case in his regular column.
For Mark Shinn's 30th column in Kiteworld he finishes off last issue's feature offering more tips on lightwind riding, but first, something's got his goat...
Mark Shinn gives you some vital light wind riding technique tips
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