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GKA Air Games 2018 – The Final Wrap!

Published 28th August 2018 by dannykater

 

GKA Kiteboarding World Tour ‘Air Games’ 2018
Final Round: Fehmarn, Germany 24 – 28th August

Tuesday 26th August
Report: Jim Gaunt

Photos: Ydwer van der Heide

 

THAT’S A WRAP

The GKA Kiteboarding World Tour ‘Air Games’ final event in Germany has now closed and with that we screw the lid safely on a successful first year for this new tour.

Brazilians Carlos Mario and Mikaili Sol emerged as World Champions, but both were pushed to the wire. In fact Carlos finished equal on points at the top with Jesse Richman (count-back wins separated them).

Get the full story and video on an explosive final day of high wind action here.

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Check out the final 2018 Air Games season rankings here and enjoy the all-action daily highlight videos from the finals in Fehmarn below!

 

 

 

 

 

Up next for the GKA, it’s round six of the Kite-Surf World Tour for the wave & strapless freestyle riders in Prea, Brazil, starting on November 18th November.

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