When I tell people about kiteboarding, they usually display immediate confusion. Kiteboarding is a globally performed sport all around the world, but is not as well known to the public as much as regular surfing.
Kiteboarding is surfing on the water, by being pulled with the stamina of a large kite. Unlike surfing, kiteboarding doesn’t depend on waves or swells, but wind. It requires gear such as a board, a harness, and a kite, with many lines that connect elements in between. Any board is functionable to use: a surfboard or a kiteboard(which come in many different shapes, sizes and styles.) Kite sizes are labeled by numbers 6-14, low numbers for a great amount of wind, and higher numbers for less wind.
Both my brother and my dad are super passionate about the sport. They both do it for fun and for…
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