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  • n. Plural form of kiteboarder.

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Examples

  • Mr. Branson's Virgin and surfwear company Billabong host an annual Woodstock for kiteboarders in the British Virgin Islands next year the BVI Kite Jam will run from Feb. 27 to Mar.

    The Sky's the Limit!

  • Now kiteboarders can make the sport as extreme as they like, or not extreme at all.

    The Sky's the Limit!

  • Currently there are roughly 40,000 kiteboarders in America, and 250,000 world-wide, Mr. Sales said.

    The Sky's the Limit!

  • Brazil, Australia and Maui are all hot spots for kiters, the slan g for kiteboarders.

    The Sky's the Limit!

  • "Now there'll be about 100 kiteboarders on any windy weekend day in the summer."

    The Sky's the Limit!

  • On our way back to the farm, I got some good pictures of windsurfers and kiteboarders.

    Driving Oregon���s Columbia River Gorge

  • I was surprised that most windsurfers, and all the kiteboarders that I saw, were wearing crash helmets and other safety gear.

    Driving Oregon���s Columbia River Gorge

  • Photographer Joey Wright, who spends most of his working days photographing things like surfside weddings, kiteboarders and bikini models, turns out images with nary a squint, grimace, or gnarly shadow.

    NYT > Home Page

  • WHY GO THIS WEEKEND: The Hatteras Kite Expo, which takes place over Memorial Day weekend, offers something for kiteboarders and stand-up paddle boarders of all levels.

    msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines

  • With numerous lakes surrounding the Edmonton area, the event focuses on getting all the kiteboarders in the area onto one sheet of ice.

    Edmonton Sun

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