Alexandre Caizergues claimed the 2017 Kite Speed World Championship, held on Masirah Island, in the Sultanate of Oman. Caizergues won 10 of the 12 races and set a new championship record of 48.45 knots (89.72 km/h).
We asked Alex Caizergues, F-One Kite Speed racer, who owns the current kite speed record holder with 104.8 km/h average over 500, a few questions on the new FURTIVE kite, which has been initially specifically designed for the speed team to break records. It turned out the FURTIVE is more than just a speed kite and that’s the main reason why F-One released it to the public for the 2017 season.
2014 has been great, here are some footage for a full year of trips, competitions and world record attempt!
Madagascar, South Africa, Martinique, Tahiti, Brazil, Saint Martin, Chile, Leucate, Salin-de-Giraud and of course home, Port-Saint-Louis!
TE TAINUI | Sharing The Ocean Once again the F-ONE team went off to discover new landscapes and live an extraordinary adventure. Raphaël SALLES put on his captain’s hat for the time of a far-off journey to meet his Tahitian team and experience the magic surrounding their idyllic islands. Accompanied by his faithful sidekicks as […]
On November 11, Alexandre Caizergues shattered the World Sailing Speed Kitesurfing Record over 500 metres with a blinding average of 56.62 knots in the ‘Salt and Speed’ Volkswagen Transporter Arena located in Salin-de-Giraud, France.