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  1. 2019 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational - WINNERS! Men’s Final Results 1 Brandon Scheid $ 12,000.00 2 Ewan Jaspan $ 7,500.00 3 Christophe Tack $ 5,000.00 4 Ramiro Gallart $ 3,000.00 5 Sam Light $ 2,000.00 6 Alex Maes $ 1,500.00 7 Noe Font $ 1,200.00 8 Eric Rienstra $ 1,000.00 9 Chris Bobryk $ 800.00 10 Aaron Hadlow $ 600.00 11 Jack Rieder $ 500.00 12 Artem Garashchenko $ 400.00 1). 2019 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational Women’s Final Results 1 Annelous Lammerts $ 12,000.00 2 Karolina Winkowska $ 7,500.00 3 Issy Von Zastrow $ 5,000.00 4 Colleen Carroll $ 3,000.00 5 Sensi Graves $ 2,000.00 2). 2019 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational
  2. The competition during this year's Wind Voyager Triple-S has ended and we may expect final results any second. In the meantime, we invite you to see a video from the last day.
  3. Round 1 Results Top Women’s Scores: Annelous Lammerts 25.25 Colleen Carroll 21. Issy Von Zastrow 20.4 Top Men’s Scores: Heat 1 Noe Font 31.1 Christophe Tack 30.6 Sam Light 26.5 Heat 2 Ewan Jaspan 32.6 Alex Maes 31.85 Eric Rienstra 23.2 Heat 3 Brandon Scheid 34.2 Aaron Hadlow 23.5 Artem Garashcenko 22.2 2019 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational - Round One Recap 2019 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational - Behind the Scenes pt. Three
  4. Day Two of the Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational saw some strong North wind. www.triplesinvitational.com
  5. Here is the latest video update of the first day of the 2019 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational. Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational | Day One Action Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational - Behind the Scenes pt. 2
  6. 2019 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational has begun. Below you'll find a video which sums up the first phase of the event.
  7. 2018 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational Champions | Final Results The 2018 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational was bigger and better than ever, with more riders, bigger bands and bigger parties. Thirty-four of the worlds best wakestyle kiteboarders battled it out for their share of the $50,000 prize purse and claim to everlasting fame on the Wind Voyager Triple-S perpetual trophy. The competition ran on the Wind Voyager Super Kicker, Liquid Force Kites Reverse Rainbow, KOA Resorts Kicker, ION Rooftop, and John Wayne Mega Slider from June 2nd – 8th 2018. After months of pumping southwest, the winds shifted directions and made for challenging competition conditions but the world-class Water Patrol at REAL Watersports had no problem changing features as needed to make the most of each day. We witnessed technical slider riding, stratosphere breaking kicker hits and tight competition strategy in the REAL Slick. Rigging big was the name of the game and riders who prepared nailed their tricks, scored well, and podiumed. The level of professional riding is at an all-time high in 2018 and crowning the champions was no easy feat. It takes a high level of technicality and willingness to risk it all to reach the top of the podium. All of the riders had moments of brilliance and a shot at the title. In the end, amplitude and technicality took top honors. In 5th Place we have Alex Maes and Colleen Carroll. The 4th place finishers are previous champion, Sam Light and Triple-S Veteran, Sensi Graves. 3rd place is locked in by a few Kite Park League young bloods, Noe Font & Annelous Lammerts. The second place podium is held by previous champion Ewan Jaspan and the Spanish phenom, Julia Castro. Finally, in first place, after many years of sending it huge, Brandon Scheid locked it down for the Men’s Division and Karolina Winkowska will be taking the big check for the Women’s Division. It was an incredible year to be at the Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational. We had musical guests such as Ky-Mani Marley, 2 Chainz, The Dubplates & The Roots providing incredible parties. The riders showed the highest level of professionalism and everyone had a great time. Don’t miss next year’s Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational at REAL Watersports June 1st – 7th, 2019. The World Is Not Ready. Men’s Final Results 1 Brandon Scheid $ 12,000.00 2 Ewan Jaspan $ 7,500.00 3 Noe Font $ 5,000.00 4 Sam Light $ 3,000.00 5 Alex Maes $ 2,000.00 6 Craig Cunningham $ 1,500.00 7 Billy Parker $ 1,200.00 8 Aaron Hadlow $ 1,000.00 9 Eric Rienstra $ 800.00 10 Sam Medysky $ 600.00 11 Christophe Tack $ 500.00 12 Pierre Vogel $ 400.00 Women’s Final Results 1 Karolina Winkowska $ 5,500.00 2 Julia Castro $ 3,300.00 3 Annelous Lammerts $ 2,000.00 4 Sensi Graves $ 1,200.00 5 Colleen Carroll $ 700.00 Photo: Nate Appel visit realwatersports.com
  8. The Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational took place June 3rd-9th, 2017 on Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, in the REAL Slick. 30 riders from 15 different countries traveled to The Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational to test their skills on the KOA Resorts Kicker, Core Super Kicker, North A-Frame, Liquid Force Reverse Rainbow and the John Wayne 82ft Mega Rail. The Man and Woman to claim first place have their names etched on the Perpetual Trophy and have earned their place in kiteboarding history. With $50,000 on the line, the stakes are high and riders were eager to show what they’ve got. Over the course of the week Cape Hatteras received a myriad of conditions. We started the competition on the first day of the waiting period on Sunday, June 4th and finished the following day, Monday, June 5th, with perfect southwest wind and optimal conditions to compete. Once the heats had been completed, we had a day of excellent surf, then a change in wind direction favored the Oceanside for some freeride action around the island. On Friday the wind let up for near perfect surf conditions. Kiters were flying sizes ranging from 13 meters to start the competition on Sunday and 6 meters to finish Monday evening. This competition has never been tighter, with the top kiters sharing similar bags of tricks. It was all about the details to determine standings. The winners were the riders going the biggest, holding their grabs the longest, maximizing rotations and showing the best style. After an intense final round, the Women’s podium ended with Sensi Graves taking 4th place after some hard crashes and not scoring a kicker hit. Karolina Winkowska took 3rd; she’s a fierce competitor who showed some of the best hits in the round. Annelous Lammerts shocked the crowd with consistency and amplitude to earn her 2nd place. The top spot on the podium was taken by Colleen Carroll, who threw down a crow mobe in the end to edge her above the rest of the field. The Men’s division was stacked both with kiteboarding legends and newcomers eager to prove themselves to the world. In the end, Eric Rienstra scored 5th place. This guy is known to be one of the best freeriders out there with an impressive bag of tricks.He threw down some bangers but really showed his competition experience by landing his stock tricks and putting up scores before going for broke. In 4th place, we’ve got Billy Parker, potentially the most low-key pro kiteboarder in the field. This loving father always throws down and is no stranger to the podium, his spins are always well executed and his presses are deep. 3rd place brings us to Brandon Scheid. This guy is known for going huge and this year’s competition was no exception. From the clean Moby Dick 5, to the biggest 720 of the competition, Brandon put on an incredible show, rightfully placing him on the podium. After four years atop the podium, Sam Light has been overthrown and has taken 2nd place. He rode incredibly well, scoring hits that would have placed him easily in first for previous years. In the end, it was Ewan Jaspan who displayed the best performance and combination of technical hits, amplitude, style, and execution to score 1st place, $12,000 and his place in kiteboarding history. MEN’S FINAL RESULTS Ewan Jaspan – $12,000 | Naish | Australia Sam Light – $7,500 | Slingshot | Great Britain Brandon Scheid – $5,000 | Liquid Force | USA Billy Parker – $3,000 | BEST | USA Eric Rienstra – $2,000 | CORE | USA Alex Maes – $1,500 | Cabrinha | Belgium Pierre Vogel – $1,200 | Takoon | France Noe Font – $1,000 | North | Spain Aaron Hadlow – $800 | North | Great Britain Craig Cunningham – $600 | North | Canada Ramiro Gallart – $500 | Liquid Force | Argentina Axel Tack – $400 | | Liquid Force | Belgium WOMEN’S FINAL RESULTS Colleen Carroll $5,500 | North | USA Annelous Lammerts $3,300 | Cabrinha | Netherlands Karolina Winkowska $2,000 | Slingshot | Poland Sensi Graves $1,000 | Liquid Force | USA And here is the yesterday's Post Show episode. Wind Voyager Triple-S Post Show Episode 5 We’ve brought Colleen Carroll behind the desk to break down the KOA Resorts Kicker. She shares what style of hits are most common on this feature vs. the CORE Kiteboarding Super Kicker. Once we’ve talked about the hits Colleen shares what it is like being on the water and sharing the session with the Women’s field. Although the competition is fierce these women are all friends, pushing each other to ride their best and help each other when they are down. In the Carolina Brewery Last Call we’re talking about the Method Man & Redman Show. Check back for the next episode where we will share the final results from the 2017 Wind Voyager Triple-S Invitational.
  9. What makes a hit stand out from the rest when the level of riding is sky high? Riders need to lock into presses, maximize spins, and hold grabs as long as possible to make the best impression and attain the highest scores. Brandon Scheid breaks down the Liquid Force Reverse Rainbow, from the nicknames to the type of hits we will see. Brandon shares what makes this feature “Oh so nice”. After we learn about zeaching and hit technicalities we move into the Carolina Brewery Last Call where American Pinup joins us after their show on the waterfront stage. Enjoy this highly technical episode and check back tomorrow for another episode of the Wind Voyager Triple-S Post Show. 1). Ewan Jaspan, Christophe Tack, Ramiro Gallart, Peair Legov © Toby Bromwich Post Show 4 with Mix Master Mike & Sam Light, Oceanside Photo Gallery Sam Light joins us for Episode 4 to break down what it’s like to ride the John Wayne Cancer Foundation Mega Rooftop, from the gap to technical presses he shares all. After Sam’s segment, the boys are back behind the desk to compare hits across the Wayne and enlighten us as to what the Judges are looking for. Once you know all about the John Wayne 82ft Mega Rooftop we have special guests Mix Master Mike, Daddy Brady and Big Hair joining Trip for the Carolina Brewery Last Call. Mike goes deep and shares his experience at REAL, his obligations to his friends and what it’s like to partner up with the Dubplates like Voltron. Check back tomorrow for another episode of the Post Show where we will share more. 2). Annelous Lammerts Sensi Graves © Toby Bromwich 3). Annelous Lammerts © Toby Bromwich 4). Ewan Jaspan © Toby Bromwich 5). Annelous Lammerts © Toby Bromwich 6). Annelous Lammerts © Toby Bromwich 7). Sensi Graves © Toby Bromwich 8). Brandon Scheid © Lance Koudele 9). Christophe Tack © Lance Koudele 10). Davey Blair © Lance Koudele Cover photo: Annelous Lammerts Sensi Graves @ Toby Bromwich
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