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  1. Safety Bay

  2. Baikal Episode

    Lake Baikal in Siberia is a place in Russia in which, until recently, the only representative of the Western world was a man sliding on its surface in Aston Martin, called Bond, James Bond. The times have slightly changed and now the Northkiteboading Team, constisting of Aaron Hadlow, Stefan Spiessberger, Craig Cunningham, Noe Font, Francesca Bagnioli and Artem Garachenko has visited the lake. A few words about the expedition can be found under the video.
  3. Noir/Blanc

  4. Noir/Blanc

    Watch "Noir/Blanc" featuring Stefan Spiessberger, filmed and edited by Dan Scott.
  5. True Blue Greece

    Stefan Spiessberger, Youri Zoon, Paul Serin, Nino Liboni Victor Hays in Federico Fellini's "True Blue Greece" Summer trip to Greece. Special thanks to: kitesurfgreece.com Stefan Spiessberger, Youri Zoon, Paul Serin, Nino Liboni, Victor Hay
  6. Hello You

  7. Hello You

    We're starting a new week on kitezone.com with a stirring, or even idyllic, 'Hello You', starring Stefan Spiessberger. Video was shot in Tarifa, Spain.
  8. WKL Leucate - The Podium

    The prize giving ceremony was held on the final day of the 21st edition of the Mondial Du Vent in La Franqui, with blue skies and light winds, infront of the crowds that had gathered here to enjoy the many activities that are available during this week-long event. 1). WKL Leucate Congratulations to all of our winners from the Big Air, the Qualifier League and of course the Elite League. Male Elite League Results: 1: Liam Whaley 2nd: Carlos Mario 3rd: Set Teixeira 4: Stefan Spiessberger 2). WKL Leucate Female Elite League Results 1: Bruna Kajiya 2: Annabel Van Westerop 3: Francesca Bagnoli 4: Annelous Lammerts This has been an amazing start for the 2017 World Kiteboarding League season, and we would like to thank the riders, crew, organization and whole kiteboarding community for such a positive start to the year. WKL Media
  9. Rough

    North Kiteboarding prepared a real movie treat for us for the end of the year. Look at Aaron Hadlow, Stefan Spiessberger, Colleen Carroll, Noe Font and Craig Cunningham who spent some time on Magdalen Islands in the east of Canada. You've probably never heard of the Magdalen Islands, or even know where they. Take a look at a map and scroll as far east as you can go in Canada... you’ll find this archipelago in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. A small chain of islands offering an abundant range of landscapes and your choice of conditions no matter the wind direction. The plethora of spots, the unique culture, the diversity in the landscapes and the friendliest locals you would ever meet, made the Magdalen Islands the number one choice for this years Vegas campaign. Follow Aaron Hadlow, Stefan Spiessberger, Colleen Carroll, Noe Font and Craig Cunningham around the red island as they search a seemingly endless supply of flat water in the latest North Kiteboarding production, Rough!
  10. Day 5 at the Aircalin Kitesurf Pro saw the completion of Men's Round 3, Heat 7 and 8, as well as the mini final. This means that both Men's and Women's finals will both be run tomorrow. 1). World Kiteboarding League - New Caledonia, Day 5 The day started off with slightly lighter wind conditions. The race director wanted to ensure that these Men's heats were run in optimal conditions so the start was slightly delayed until we had the best wind possible. 2). World Kiteboarding League - New Caledonia, Day 5 Heat 7 saw Alex Pastor from Spain and Youri Zoon from the Netherlands dominate the heat with many doubles. The both went back and forth from 1st position to 2nd position by landing KGB5's, 317's, Backside 7's and Heart Attack 5's but Youri managed to edge his way to the top and take the win. David Tonijuan also showed some perfectly executed tricks, landing a nice Heart Attack, Hinterberger 5 and Crow Mobe 5. This positive result gave him a spot in tomorrow's final alongside Pastor and Zoon. 3). World Kiteboarding League - New Caledonia, Day 5 Heat 8 saw local rider Arthur Guillebert show some great riding, with a wonderful home crowd to support him on the beach. Carlos Mario from Brazil put on an outstanding display, showing us all exactly why he is currently in that number 1 position. He landed 6 double handle passes for his heat including a Backside 319, which didn't have the cleanest landing, so lost points, but was extremely impressive non the less. He landed three tricks that scored over a 9 in this heat, the highest score we have seen during the event so far. New Zealand rider Marc Jacobs will also be joining him in the finals alongside Set Teixeira who initially struggled during his heat and crashed his first three attempts, but then managed to regain territory landing a Slim7 and 317. 4). World Kiteboarding League - New Caledonia, Day 5 The Men's Mini Final saw Stefan Spiessberger, Jerome Cloetens, Val Garat and Antoine Fermon battle against each other, but it was Stefan Spiessberger who landed a big 317 as well as a nice grabbed Slim5 and Backmobe 5. This gave him 7th place overall for this competition, followed by Antoine Fermon who was very happy with his 8th position at this event. Jerome Cloetens put on a solid display of riding throughout the day giving him 9th position, and Val Garat 10th. Tomorrow will be a big day with the completion of both the Men's and Women's finals. Live Stream will be running as from 12 midday, so tune in to see our interviews with all of the finalists and some fantastic live coverage of the heats. This will also be the day for the crowning of this year's World Kiteboarding League 2016 Champions, so be sure not to miss it. 5). World Kiteboarding League - New Caledonia, Day 5 Let’s stay connected: Facebook Page - World Kiteboarding League Instagram - World Kiteboarding League Twitter - OfficialWKL Snapchat - WKLofficial Live Feed - World Kiteboarding League Website - World Kiteboarding League Media Enquiries - Media@Worldkiteboardingleague.com Photos and texts by: WKL Media
  11. Today saw a solid four hours of non-stop freestyle action here in New Caledonia. Women's Round 3 and 4 were completed as well as men's Round 2, before the tide dropped down and competition was called off for the day. 1). World Kiteboarding League - New Caledonia, Day 4 Women's Round 3 Heat 5 started once again with fairly light wind conditions. The athletes were using 10m to 13m kites and had to fight to gain speed and height for their tricks. After four tricks per rider the judges decided to postpone the heat due to the dropping winds. Bruna Kajiya was in the lead with a good Front to Blind, and she was followed by Annabel Van Westerop who showed solid riding throughout. The heat was resumed after a 45 minute break as the wind speed increased. This enabled the girls to put on a great display of powered tricks. It was Kajiya who won the heat earning her a place directly in the finals, and local rider Maureen Castelle passed through to the next round alongside Annabel Van Westerop. 2). World Kiteboarding League - New Caledonia, Day 4 For Heat 6 it was Hannah Whiteley from the UK who reigned supreme, landing a great KGB and Back Mobe despite tangling her kite lines in the middle of her heat and having to change equipment, earning herself a spot in tomorrow's finals. Paula Novotna and Rita Arnaus placed 2nd and 3rd earning themselves a spot in the next round. The last Women's heat of the day saw 4 girls fight for one last chance to join Kajiya and Whiteley in the finals. All four athletes put on an insane display of powered KGBs, Heart Attacks, Slimchances and Hinterberger 3s but it came down to Annabel Van Westerop and Paula Novotna who managed to just place themselves above the others. They were delighted to be joining in the Women's Final that will take place tomorrow. 3). World Kiteboarding League - New Caledonia, Day 4 Men's Round 2 Heat 5 saw Spanish rider David Tonijuan lead the heat with a powered 317 and Heart Attack, executed with commitment and style. He was closely followed by Paul Serin who landed a good Slim5 and Back Mobe 5. Both riders passed to the next round. 4). World Kiteboarding League - New Caledonia, Day 4 Stefan Spiessberger dominated Heat 6 landing a 317 and a Backside 315, and he was followed by local rider Arthur Guillebert who showed great power and style but crashed his last three tricks. Both pass through to Round 3. 5). World Kiteboarding League - New Caledonia, Day 4 Our live stream was once again running from 9 am through to 5pm allowing everyone to enjoy every minute of the action. We will be back once again tomorrow morning at the same time. Let’s stay connected: Facebook Page - World Kiteboarding League Instagram - World Kiteboarding League Twitter - OfficialWKL Snapchat - WKLofficial Live Feed - World Kiteboarding League Website - World Kiteboarding League Media Enquiries - Media@Worldkiteboardingleague.com Photos and texts by: WKL Media
  12. Day two at the Aircalin Kitesurf Pro started with a bang at approximately 12.30 pm once the typical New Caledonian winds kicked in. Women's Round 1 Heats 1 and 2 were completed, and after a two hour break to wait for the tide to come back in, Men's Round 1 Heat 1 was was also completed. 1). World Kiteboarding League, New Caledonia Hannah Whiteley from the UK dominated the first women's heat, landing a KGB that gave a high score of 8.27. Annabel Van Westerop followed close behind also landing a impressive display of tricks including a nice S-bend to Blind. Both girls now pass through directly to Round Three. Local riders Pauline Valesa and Marine Duprat will pass through to Round Two. 2). World Kiteboarding League, New Caledonia In the second heat of the day it was current leader Bruna Kajiya from Brasil who was on fire, making every trick look easy as she pulled out a KGB and Slim Chance giving her a good advantage over her competitors. Paula Novotna followed her through to Round Three after starting slowly but gaining better scores towards the end of her heat. Rita Arnaus landed a high scoring Back to Blind towards the end of her heat, and she will be going through to Round 2 with local rider Maureen Castelle. 3). World Kiteboarding League, New Caledonia Once the tide had filled in, the Men's Round 1 Heat 1 commenced, and it was former World Champion Alex Pastor who mastered his heat, with a massive Heart Attack 7, showing a huge amount of commitment in all of his doubles. The icing on the cake was his grabbed KGB5 that gave him the win. Antoine Fermon from France and Austrian Rider Stefan Spiessberger both fought hard for the second spot in order to jump straight through to Round 3, but it was Fermon who cruised through with a powerful Front Blind Mobe and a Double Heart Attack. Spiessberger landed a nice Frontside 7 and a Backside 315 but just missed out on the 2nd position by 0.2 points. He will pass through to Round 2 with French rider Victor Hays who managed to overcome his recent knee injury and landed a clean KGB and Slim5. 4). World Kiteboarding League, New Caledonia By the end of the first Men’s heat the sun was starting to set. A successful first day of competition on the beautiful shores of New Caledonia. Skipper’s meeting has been called tomorrow for 10am with a first possible start at 11am. Be sure to tune into our live stream which will be running from 9am to 5pm local time. (11pm to 7am CET) Let’s stay connected: Facebook Page – World Kiteboarding League Instagram – World Kiteboarding League Twitter – OfficialWKL Snapchat – WKLofficial Live Feed – World Kiteboarding League Website – World Kiteboarding League Media Enquiries – Media@Worldkiteboardingleague.com Photos and texts by: WKL Media
  13. Pieces Of New York

    Today, we have an unusual video, starring Stefan Spiessberger, although, I'm not quite sure that Stefan is the main star of this material... Check out how 'the greatest city in the world' hosted Stefan - it's worth it!
  14. Stefan Spiessberger

    LOCATION: Traunsee FAVORITE SPOTS: Traunsee (Austria), Barra Nova (Brazil) DATE OF BIRTH: 10/30/1989 YEARS KITEBOARDING: 8 DISCIPLINES: Freestyle BEST RESULTS: 1st place WKL Leucate 2016, 4th place PKRA Holland 2013, 4th
  15. Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Day Nine It was a very early start for the riders and crew on day nine at the WKL Germany, with the skipper's meeting taking place at 6.30 am. Although the forecast had been promising, the wind was disappointing, and remained just a few knots lighter than necessary. Finally at around midday the wind increased to around 14 knots, and we were able to get underway with the Men's main event, Round 1 Heat 2. 1). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Nine Most riders were on 14 metre kites, and although the conditions were challenging, most managed to pull out some solid, powered tricks, but it was Liam Whaley who dominated his heat, and landed a nice Backside 317 that scored him 8.23 points. Liam managed to remain at the top throughout his heat, guaranteeing his spot in the next round. Our previous event winner Luis Alberto Cruz unfortunately failed to connect with the conditions during his heat, leading to him being eliminated from the event. The second upset of the heat was also former event winner from Germany last year, Aaron Hadlow from the UK, who failed to find the wind he needed during his heat and suffered a surprise exit. 2). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Nine Posito Martinez from the Dominican Republic rode a solid heat, landing the highest scoring trick, a Hinterberger Mobe 7, scoring 8.3 and also putting him through to the next round, but it was Alex Pastor from Spain who lived up to his reputation, throwing an amazing KGB 5 in the last moment, which gave him the advantage over his opponents and placed him in third position for the heat, gaining the last, much desired spot in the next round. 3). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Nine Heat number 3 saw Belgian rider Jerome Cloetens narrowly miss out on his place in the next round, as he struggled to land enough high scoring tricks. The Austrian Mike Schitzhofer rode a good, steady heat, and took one spot in the next round. Joining him will be fellow Austrian, Stefan Spiessberger, and the Spanish rider David Tonijuan who coped extremely well with the challenging conditions and also passed through to the next round. Heat number 4 was unfortunately cancelled due to the dropping wind conditions. The riders all fought hard to land their tricks, but after three trick attempts per rider, the heat was called off. The suitable wind conditions unfortunately did not return for the remainder of the day. 4). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Nine The event site in Fehmarn was full throughout the afternoon with members of the public who were excited to be here and participate in the largest kiteboarding event of the year. Many riders took part in poster signing for their brands. For the live stream, we saw interviews with all of the female finalists who will hopefully compete tomorrow. You can still view these over on our Facebook page. 5). Pringles Kitesurf World Cup Fehmarn - Day Nine The conditions once again look promising for tomorrow, with the skippers meeting called for 6.30 am and the first possible start at 7am.
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