Tagged: Kite Surf

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Kiteflying at Ynyslas

ummer’s back and Morgan has been out flying his kite on the beach here at Ynyslas… It was a little too windy for him so I had to rescue him as he got dragged down the beach. He seemed to enjoy it though.

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Kite flying lessons

Morgan gets better at flying his kite with every attempt. Of course, he’s never happy just flying it and insists on doing ‘loop-the-loops’ or flying it one-handed which then means I end up running up and down the beach to launch it for him. He has got the hang of it now though and could...

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Learning to Fly a Kite in Wales

Morgan is doing well with his kite-flying now. It took him a couple of attempts and to start with he didn’t really persevere . His first couple of goes only lasted a couple of minutes each, but I didn’t want to force him to do it so just left it at that each time. He...

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New World Kite Speed Record at Luderitz

November 14, saw Frenchman Alex Caizergues break the world kiteboarding speed record with an incredible speed of 50.98 knots, improving on the previous world record of 50.57. With two weeks still left in the competition at Luderitz, everything is still up for grabs, including the highly sought after world outright speed sailing record of 51.36...

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Back on Board

Finally after a couple of months off I got back on board and out for a windsurf session at Ynyslas today. Conditions were good as well with a 25-35 knot wind and some nice little waves. There were plenty of kite-surfers out as well and four windusrfers in total. I took my waterproof camera with...

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Watersports in Wales

I’m not about to say that West Wales can compete on the world stage with the likes of Maui, Fiji or Cape Verde, but on its day, when the wind is blowing and the sun is shining then it can be pretty good. Today was one of those days. Clear blue skies, blue water and...

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Kitesurfing Photos Borth

nable to get out on the water at the weekend having just come out of the cardiac monitoring unit at Bronglais Hospital (more on this some other time), I did manage to walk across to the beach and take some photos of Andy and Rich enjoying the unexpected afternoon North-westerly. The winds weren’t that strong...

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