We have said it before, and we will say it again. The Kite Park League is a team effort that is built and carried on the shoulders of our entire team. Without all of our key players and full-time staff, the KPL would be nothing more than a conceptualization built for the gods. However, we are somewhat of superior beings ourselves. With that analogy seared into your brain, we respectfully welcome you to day four of the Super Final.
Time and time again, Brazil never ceases to disappoint even the most fastidious of wind sport advocates. If you’ve never had the luxury of visiting the beautiful country of Brazil, let us be the first to inform you - you’re missing out. Within the microcosm world that is kiteboarding, there are very few places as remarkably consistent as the northern portion of Brazil. The steady, warm desert breeze warms the soul of any person who considers themself a wind enthusiast. From sunrise to sunset, the trade winds blow and create an ideal scenario for any premiere kiteboarding event, and day four was the embodiment of this paradigm.
The first riders in the water were the women, who began a portion of their final before the men’s semi-final entered the water and completed nearly the entirety of their riding. For day five, the semifinalists will complete their portion of the heat, the women’s final will be concluded, and if conditions allow, the men’s final will follow suit. At the moment, six of the eight men’s finalists have already been determined, while we patiently await the results of our last two riders who will transfer into the final from the semi-final. Currently, the men’s finalists include Jack Rieder, Ramiro Gallart, Ewan Jaspan, Maxime Chabloz, Noe Font, and Leo Verrecchia. Tomorrow, we anticipate crowning the women’s victors and quite possibly even the men’s champions. For the most up-to-date happenings and results, please follow our social channels.
As always, thank you for your time and your due diligence. We appreciate your support. Stay well, stay woke, and we will see you bright and early. Best wishes from our family to yours.
KPL Chief Editor