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"Critics from around the globe continue to stagger in awe"

The culmination of all things superior is upon us. The moment you have all been waiting for is finally here, and no, we are not referring to the weekend or any upcoming holiday that brings a twinkle to your eyes. We are talking about the greatest event to grace the kiteboarding industry since the dawn of mankind. The Kite Park League is proud to announce the commencement of the Super Final presented by Knot Future, Duotone Kiteboarding, Slider Project, Fazendinha Adventure Park, and Lineup Pousada. Along with our beloved sponsors, we would also like to thank our valued benefactors, offshore accountants, investment analysts, legal advisors, and all who have contributed to our efforts over the years. Thanks to the support of these immeasurable assets, along with you - our treasured fans, The Kite Park League has introduced a standard superior to its competitors. Critics from around the globe continue to stagger in awe at the grandeur that is our embodiment of competitive kiteboarding. Although we don’t like to toot our own horn, with the most sincere of transparency, we fucking deserve it.

Well, enough self-indulgence, let’s get into it. Day one gathered competitors from around the globe to register for the event, followed by a warm-up on the newly fabricated features designed specifically for the Final. For the past few weeks, the KPL’s manufacturing team has hand-curated three steel rails, along with a wooden rail and a kicker, generously shared by our friends at Fazendinha Adventure Park. Together, the five features resemble the work of irrefutable mastery, said by viewers to compare to NASA’s latest galactic blueprint. Once placed in the water, the KPL Super Final park claimed its glory as the “largest kite park in all of South America” - South America’s Geographical Coordinator ™ . Following the completion of the park, riding ensued shortly thereafter.

Because the event is a Final, we in no way want to rush the process or force a competition that could yield riding that is anything but breathtaking. As a result, we are giving the riders, which includes four women and 20 men, two days to practice, allowing each to fine-tune their lines and progressively elevate the level of contemporary park riding in an effort to display the very best of what kiteboarding and the KPL can procure. As always, thank you for following along. More to come from day two tomorrow. Blessings to you and those you hold dear. To infinity and beyond.


KPL Chief Editor


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