Some pretty sick looking surf action from the men today in Brazil. The Copa Kitley GKA Kite-Surf World Cup Brazil is currently underway at the iconic Saquarema surf break in Rio de Janeiro. After a three-day wait, the 28 men from 10 different countries finally hit the water to showcase their wave riding skills. Meanwhile, on the very first day, the women’s champion was crowned – the talented Moona Whyte from Hawaii.
Yesterday proved to be a breakthrough as the men got the chance to compete, managing to complete a few exciting heats before the wind conditions deteriorated. Anticipation fills the air as the competition window spans 12 days, ensuring the competitors have the best possible conditions to give their all. It’s a remarkable event where the world’s best kite-surfers come together for an adrenaline-pumping spectacle!