from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A form of kiteboarding in which a person is pulled by a power kite across water while riding a kiteboard or wakeboard.
- noun A similar sport, such as kite landboarding or snowkiting.
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- noun A
water sportwhere a rider is on a surfboard, powered by a power kite.
- verb Present participle of
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Sports such as kitesurfing can be a great way to exercise to maintain good health.
Video Lewis Crathern and Jake Scrace kitesurfing over a pier.
Power Kites Direct is able to sell power, trainer and kitesurfing kites at a discount because we get direct-from-the-factory discounts.
The first kite sports school in Quebec celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, it offers lessons in kitesurfing, snowkiting, and kite buggying.
The sea is warm and windsurfing or kitesurfing classes for youngsters can be booked on the beach.
You could say it is just a scaled up version of a kitesurfing kite, but the pull on the lines is several thousands of pounds as opposed to maybe 200 (peak).
UPDATE: Some think the sports reference is gratuitous, but the kitesurfing and skiing pictures, followed by the hunting overcompensation, was exactly what showed that Kerry was tone deaf to the American electorate.
Now made synthetically, it is the magical elixir said to bring out the kitesurfing extremophile in any Web-surfing nerd.
Paragliding, kitesurfing, extreme rock climbing, sandboarding -- the list of thrills and chills seems endless.
Mr Ramin, who lists "travelling, blue water sailing, kiting, kitesurfing, surfing, diving" as his interests on Facebook, had been missing for a week when the police found his remains.