Definitions

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  • noun a person who participates in kiteboarding

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Earlier this year, a kiteboarder was attacked by a school of sharks and killed a quarter mile off Stuart, Fla.

    The Sky's the Limit!

  • Meanwhile, Mr. Branson, Mr. Tai, world champion kiteboarder Kristin Boese and others are campaigning to make the sport an official Olympic event at the 2016 games to be held in Rio de Janeiro.

    The Sky's the Limit!

  • The report comes about a month after a 38-year-old kiteboarder was attacked and killed by a shark off the coast of Stuart, about 100 miles north of Miami.

    Shark Attacks Declined in U.S. Last Year

  • Western Sahara (Morocco) Thanks chiefly to kiteboarder Soufiane Hamaini, the western Saharan coastal town of Dakhla, perched on a finger of land roughly 1,400km south of Casablanca, is fast becoming a serious centre for watersports.

    Hot spots: New trips to the Middle East

  • A kiteboarder was killed in Florida, a shark attack.

    Just When You Thought It Was Safe To Go Back In The Water

  • The report comes about a month after a 38-year-old kiteboarder was attacked and killed by a shark off the coast of Stuart, about 100 miles north of Miami.

    Shark Attacks Declined in U.S. Last Year

  • At left, a surfer near Wrightsville Beach Logan Mock-Bunting for The Wall Street Journal A kiteboarder packed up after a recent ride.

    Wilmington's Cement Battle

  • At left, a surfer near Wrightsville Beach Logan Mock-Bunting for The Wall Street Journal A kiteboarder packed up after a recent ride.

    Wilmington's Cement Battle

  • At left, a surfer near Wrightsville Beach Logan Mock-Bunting for The Wall Street Journal A kiteboarder packed up after a recent ride.

    Wilmington's Cement Battle

  • A kiteboarder was killed in Florida, a shark attack.

    Archive 2010-02-01

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