It's the most wonderful time of the year! But it can also be a difficult time of the year for some when it comes to buying gifts! I have compiled a list of my top 5 gift ideas for adventurers - whether they are kitesurfers, surfers, hikers or just love getting outdoors - there is… Continue reading 5 gift ideas for adventurers
In my previous post I spoke about how I was only going to do work for my own social media and blog during the event. Well that all changed very quickly when Kitesoul Magazine asked me to do a report and photos for them and North Kiteboarding asked me to do an Instagram takeover with… Continue reading Red Bull KOTA 2018: Day 1
For our recent trip to Aruba, I had the opportunity to borrow a friend's Dazzne Cam, so that I could take some footage of our kitesurfing adventures. I took a selfie stick and a board mount with to make the filming more interesting, but the second day there we managed to break the mounting that… Continue reading New Video – kitesurfing Aruba
The summer in Cape Town seems to be hanging around for as long as possible, keeping the wind and warm weather around, and keeping the smiles broadly pasted on our faces! The last competition of the season for the South African Tour was held last this past Sunday at my favourite kiting spot, Shark Bay… Continue reading The last competition of the season
I started the year off with a bang! By moving to North and ION, and what a great decision it was! So far I have been loving my Dice's and my pink and blue Soleil board and WOOHOO wave board. And I got a great new wetsuit and harness from ION. My riding has definitely… Continue reading New Direction – North!
I won! And what a way to receive the news… I had just sat down at the local beach bar in Blouberg called “Pakalolo,” after having a great kitesurfing session, when I went onto Instagram and saw a message from Maaji saying that I had won! It was an Instagram competition where you had to… Continue reading #maajiness competition by Maaji Swimwear
I was in so much pain the day before the competition, that I couldn’t kite. Every little wave or impact I encountered on the water was painful. My session lasted about 5 minutes, before I decided to pack up and write off my chances of competing the next day. Rewind back to one week earlier,… Continue reading SAKA competition – 16th January