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Big Air | The Mega Pod

Postby ARK » Thu Oct 21, 2021 5:09 am

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Re: Big Air | The Mega Pod

Postby Baptiste_FR » Thu Oct 21, 2021 4:08 pm

ARK wrote:
Thu Oct 21, 2021 5:09 am
Big Air | The Mega Pod
Very good episode !!!
I completely agree with Adrian on the GKA Big Air Championship. It's too much competition for one event (Twintip, strapless, foil / male-female). And I really think that Tarifa is not the most suited place at this time of the year. In march/april or october they would have more chance to have strong wind. Because in June/July, it can be 10 days straight with Poniente.

Regarding the foil racing, I have a few question for Theo de Ramecourt (or Daniela Moroz) :
- How many racers can be selected per country for the Olympics ? Just one or more than one (because for Theo, the other French rider are also very good: Axel Mazella, Maxine Nocher, Nico Parlier, Benoit Gomez...).
- Does the riders have to use only their sponsored kite during the Olympics ? Can a rider use a Flysurfer for the first 2 races and then use an Ozone for the rest of the competition. If the objective is winning, I think they should use whatever kite they think is the best suited for the condition (if the wind change for example).

Keep going with your good work !!!!
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