Antoine is a former KPWT champion, now his job is to explore the world and document the most famous winds and how they impact human lives. He’s living his dream of being in the wilderness, discovering new lands, Kiting new spots and meeting new people.
The Fourth Annual Delta Board Meeting is taking place on June 23 and 24, 2018 at Riverview Park in Pittsburg, California. Competitors in big air, freestyle, and an all new poker run will be judged by the Board of Directors.
Race One started with all but Johnny Heineken (1,1,1) and Joey Pasquali (3,4,3) starting on starboard. Johnny and Joey just squeaked across the fleet and headed out. As the fleet tacked out Joey and Johnny were looking launched, but as we got closer to the lay line the fleet inside clearly had more pressure. At the windward mark it was Joey, then Johnny but followed by Daniella Moroz (2,2,5) and Kai Calder (4,7,9)
Joey Pasquali (8,2,3) reached the lay line first coming in fast on the starboard. Daniella Moroz on a 19M kite went to tack inside but she got lofted and Joey couldn’t avoid quickly enough. Both Joey and Daniella ended up swimming. Next came Johnny Heineken (4,1,1) and Gabriel Wicke coming in as the carnage was unfolding.
Tarifa isn’t a spot reserved to freestylers. No, no, it is also a good place for the strapless lovers. This little video from the F-One rider, Camille Delannoy is the proof. It’s beautiful, it’s clean and it’s slightly technical! – Stanceplanet.com
The third stop of the 2018 Hydrofoil Pro Tour will take place in San Francisco, California at the St. Francis Yacht Club on June 6–10th, 2018. Anyone who has raced at this iconic location will tell you that they can’t wait to get back. F-One & Manera in North America are proud sponsors of this year’s event and we can’t wait for the battle to be underway!
F-One & Manera International rider Charlotte Consorti shares her stay on one of the most beautiful islands in the Bahamas, Cat Island! Riding the Breeze and WTF Kites along with the new IC6 and Slice convertible foil option, Charlotte makes this adventure look like a dream vacation. Watch the 18th episode of Charlotte’s Kitesurf Paradise NOW!
Fun night, flat water and good breeze. Tonight, was one of those nights that picking the right kite was an art not a science. 30 minutes before the start everyone was thinking 8s or 9s but by the time 5:15 rolled around about half the fleet decided to go big on 10s or 11s.