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Kevin Langeree Is the 2019 Red Bull King of the Air
The event showcased what big air kiteboarding is all about, surrounded by a football stadium atmosphere, and windy, wild and challenging ocean conditions. The world's top riders did not disappoint and treated the 9,000-plus spectators to the hig...
Red Bull King of the Air 2019
Video entries are now open for the most badass, big-air Kiteboarding contest in the world. 2019 will see the top nine from last year, go up against nine riders chosen from the video entries contest and wildcards. 2018 was not only special in the way...
Kevin Langeree Claims the 2018 Red Bull King of the Air Crown
The world's craziest kiteboarding competition is over, and there was unbelievable action unfolding in front of thousands of ecstatic big air kiteboarding fans. The judges were looking for extreme big airs, style, and variety of maneuvers, and wi...
Red Bull King of the Air 2018
The most badass, big-air Kiteboarding contest in the world returns. It’s is all about the amplitude as contestants go head-to-head in a “flag out” competition format. During the two week weather window riders will only face-off in t...
Nick Jacobsen Crowned 2017 Red Bull King of the Air
Nick Jacobsen has taken out the 2017 Red Bull King of the Air, at Cape Town's Big Bay, in South Africa. The Danish hellman defeated Aaron Hadlow and Ruben Lenten in the final held under the classic "Cape Doctor, the strong local southeast...
Get Ready for the Red Bull King of the Air
Every year Cape Town and her prolific South-Easter plays host the world’s best kiteboarders. For the past four years, they have competed in what is largely considered to be the pinnacle of big air kiteboarding, Red Bull King of the Air. With...
Red Bull King of the Air 2017
The world’s best kiteboarding aerialists will again converge in South Africa for Red Bull King of the Air 2017. For the fifth year running the event returns to Big Bay in Cape Town with the window period extending from 21 January to 5 February...
Lewis Crathern Suffers Serious Injury at the Red Bull King of the Air
British elite rider Lewis Crathern is without doubt one of the most extreme kiteboarders today. He is well known for his dangerous kite jumps over the Brighton and Worthing Piers, as well as for other extreme flicks. Lewis was an important participa...
Red Bull King of the Air 2016 Highlights
As you already know, Cape Town’s Big Bay hosted the prestigious Red Bull King of the Air a few days ago. 24 of the world’s best kiteboarders battled for the title. In the end, Aaron Hadlow defended his 2015 crown and was awarded once agai...
Aaron Hadlow Claims the Red Bull King of the Air Title Once Again
The waters of Cape Town’s Big Bay were turned into the scene of intense kiteboarding action over the past few days, as they hosted the Red Bull King of the Air 2016. The world’s elite gathered here to display an incredible show in front o...