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    A Big Day 1 at the King of the Air - Kevin Langeree


    Kevin Langeree is presenting a coverage from the first day of 2019 Red Bull King of the Air in Cape Town. Kevin won a mask last year and, as we can assume from the video, he has already prepared space for the next one on his shelf.





    Wow what a day at the RedBull King of the air 2019. We started off with really strong conditions. I was feeling great and won 2 of my heats so straight into the semi finals. Now we are back on stand-by with the event, waiting for the wind to come back. Really looking forward on finishing the event with a BANG!



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