The americans are leading the PKRA kiteracing. We were running 2 very interesting races today because it was almost impossible to see the water marks due to the thick fog. This kind of sailing became very tactical and the courses were lasting about 30min at 7-12knots wind. Luckily I was riding on my 18m Cabrinha Crossbow if no I would have really hard time finishing the races.
Meanwhile there were no actions on the freestylers side but it seems that this week-end the seems to bring good news.
The wind though died down pretty fast so the rest of the time we were talking about international kitesurf association (IKA) and PKRA events and how to make an image of the kitesurf grow and attract new faces in the kitesurf world.