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World Class Kiteboard Academy Semester Edit: Spring 2019

October 2 2019

The World Class Kiteboard Academy visited the Philippines and Italy during Semester 2 of the 2018-2019 school year. It was the Kiteboard Academy's first visit to Asia and a return visit to the land of pizza, pasta, hand gestures and great kiting. As part of the Media Productions class, Camdyn Kellett, Jenna de Vries, Louis Naets and Ant Brown put together this semester recap video. Check it out!
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A Weekend Trip to Dioni

Kiters in the sunset

September 30 2019

Words & Photos by Elias, Viktor, Einar and Gabe On the weekend of the 13th, the entire World Class Kite Academy sent a mission to Dioni. Dioni is a hidden spot about an hour and a half away from a city called Patras—which we of course had to visit beforehand—so we woke up at 8:00 am, had breakfast, jumped in the cars and left by 9:00 am. We arrived in Patras at around 9:30 and had to catch a ferry at 1:00 pm.  Everyone was stoked on the adventure to explore a new city and culture. People went to have ...
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“Found”, by World Class Kiteboard Academy’s Anna Hashem

July 4 2019

Explore the globe with Anna Hashem and her World Class Kiteboard Academy classmates. In this video, Anna shares highlights from the 2018-2019 school year.
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Perth Junior Kiteboarding Camp with Sam Light & World Class Academy

February 25 2019

Travel down under with the World Class Academy and Sam Light. This camp took place over 10 days in January of 2019 in Safety Bay, Austraila. Throughout the camp, the team was focused on improving their freestyle and big air kiteboarding, creating media, and making new friends. Edit by Ant Brown Clips by Ant Brown, Sam Light, and Blaine Baker
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How to Land a Backmobe by Elias Ochner

December 4 2018

Hello, my name is Elias Ochner, and I am 16 years old. I am from Italy, and my passion is kitesurfing. I started kitesurfing about four years ago. In this post, I will explain how to do a backmobe, and I’ll tell the story of how I learned this trick. I have been trying the backmobe for a long time. It’s easy to crash, but hard to land. Before you try a backmobe, you must be able to do raley to blind. When trying a backmobe, you must first remember to keep the kite low, at around 10 o’clock. For ...
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