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  • Martin Lark
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    Ruben Lenten - My Most Painful Kiteboarding Accident


    A few days ago we received information about Ruben Lenten's serious leg injury – during the session in Barcelona, Ruben hit water while performing megaloop. You'll get to know more about the accident from the today's video. Fortunately, the champion still has positive attitude.





    Ruben Lenten: Here is a cool video that shows you more about my most painful kitesurfing accident recently in Barcelona. I broke my leg badly with multiple fractures that needed a proper fixing. In this video I hope to inspire you to remain calm and happy no matter the situation. Dealing with challenges can be hard but I always tell myself, it can always be worse, and start looking at the benefits right away. It works for me, and perhaps can help you get through your next adversity easier. Thanks for all the support.



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