Definition of kitesurfing
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Kiteboarding (also known as kiting and kitesurfing) is a fast-growing water sport that represents a cross between paragliding and wakeboarding.
Bonus: There's a thriving kitesurfing scene in nearby Cabot Beach Provincial Park.
Mr. Branson challenged him to a kitesurfing contest.
Photos of a smiling Mr. Obama kitesurfing and wearing his baseball cap backward set off a flurry of jokes on the internet and on late night comedy shows.
Branson offered him the chance to learn to kitesurf, with a small challenge folded in: Could Obama master kitesurfing before Branson learned to foilboard (ride a surfboard propelled above the water by a hydrofoil)?
Cavallaro made most of the modifications to the Blackbird on his own, with the occasional help of some kitesurfing friends.
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