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Hadlow retains King-of-the-Air Kitesurfing title

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By Euronews
Hadlow retains King-of-the-Air Kitesurfing title

<p>Some 13 thousand spectators lined the shores of Big Bay Beach in Cape Town, South Africa to watch the world’s best compete in the King-of-the-Air Kitesurfing contest.</p> <p>Huge waves and strong winds also joined in the fun making for a tricky but highly entertaining competition.</p> <p>Aaron Hadlow of Great Britain proved once again too strong for the field.</p> <p>He managed to retain his title ahead of Jesse Richman of the United States and Dutch kitefsurfer Kevin Langeree – who won a consolation prize in the form of the ‘Mystic Best Move’‘ award for his kiteloop front roll, inverted one foot performed in the semi-finals.</p>