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or kite surfing  (kīt′sûr′fĭng)
1. A form of kiteboarding in which a person is pulled by a power kite across water while riding a kiteboard or wakeboard.
2. A similar sport, such as kite landboarding or snowkiting.

kite′surf′ v.
kite′surf′er n.


(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) the sport of sailing standing up on a surfboard while being pulled along by a large kite
ˈkiteˌsurfer n
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L a 8e edition du championnat mondial de Kitesurf [beaucoup moins que]Prince Moulay El Hassan GKA Kite-Surf World Tour Dakhla 2017[beaucoup plus grand que], a demarre, mardi dernier, dans une ambiance haute en couleurs, dans le cadre exceptionnel de la presqu'ile de Dakhla pour des epreuves de strapless.
His teacher was Berny Maginn, who runs "zero to hero" courses at Airzone Kitesurf Schools in Hampshire and New Zealand.
Los amantes del deporte pueden disfrutar: desde surf, kitesurf y windsurf, a submarinismo, vela, pesca, senderismo, ciclismo, triatlon o escalada, gracias a sus temperaturas agradables durante todo el ano y a unos paisajes naturales espectaculares.
Kitesurfers from across the region are coming to Amwaj Islands next month to participate in the only regional amateur kitesurf competition.
Caption: Let the party begin: From left to right Sebastien Cattelan (World Kitesurf Champion) and Ulf Grunewald (GM of Luderitz Nest Hotel) at the Crayfish Bar and Lounge opening held late in August.
Many of our guests decide once they are here to kitesurf and the hotel gets a lot of repeaters," Hildebrandt said, which is a possible explanation that even if the number of guests is a bit lower than before, the kitecentre is still doing ok.
There was not enough wind to windsurf in the area and after reading about kitesurfi ing in a magazine, went out and got his first kite and taught himself how to kitesurf.
London, July 2 ( ANI ): Sir Richard Branson has become the oldest person to kitesurf across the English Channel, after a false start.
Although based in Liverpool and Angelesey, he also hopes to hold more kitesurf clinics at New Brighton in 2012.
The five-day contest for freestyle and wave events is held under the patronage of HM King Mohammed VI and is organized in collaboration with the Professional Kitesurf Riders Association (PKRA).
Julian is one of four enthusiasts who are planning to windsurf and kitesurf across the 30 mile English Channel to raise money for Help for Heroes.
The 27-year-old and four of his equally-talented water sports enthusiast friends will attempt to windsurf and kitesurf across one of the world's busiest shipping lanes in gusting winds to reach their fund raising target of pounds 10,000 for the charity.