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Documentary - Breaking the Mould follows the hopes and aspirations, the highs and the lows of one of Thailand’s Youth Olympic hopefuls, who by chance was born, lives and trains in the town of Pak Nam Pran itself.
It's been a spectacular week of competition in Pranburi, Thailand, with all the highs and lows you would expect with so much at stake - congratulations to China, Philippines, Australia and New Zealand for coming through it all and qualifying for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games.
Penultimate day of racing at the Youth Olympic Games Qualifier - Asia and Oceania with team pre-planning and tactics playing a big part in the on-water performances, with the winds dropping the big kite choices came into play and made their mark on the event in a big way.
Half way point at the Youth Olympic Games Qualifier - Asia and Oceania and the riders in the Oceania fleet and Asia girls are consolidating their positions, while in the Asia boys the leadership passed back and forth throughout the day.
Day 2 of racing at the Youth Olympic Games Qualifier - Asia and Oceania saw a lot of ups and downs for the lead riders from day 1, as the stronger winds created new challenges and closer racing in each division.
The first day of racing in Pranburi, Thailand for the Youth Olympic Games Qualifier - Asia and Oceania. Wall to wall action for all the racers, with winds between 16-20kts throughout - who will be setting the pace by the end of the day.
Light breezes teased the fleet, but somehow THA 72's navigator still managed to lose his radio overboard on the mirror flat water. Take a look at the days action and feedback for the crews.
It was a mixed bag for the sailors at the Samui Regatta, on day 2 of the racing. Early morning thunder and lightning made way for stormy weather. By the afternoon, however, the winds dropped and racers were faced with with tough sailing conditions.
The big guns of Asia's racing scene have descended on the Thai tropical island of Samui for the 17th Samui Regatta and the final race in the 2017/18 AsianYachting Grand Prix. As the forecast predicted light winds where order of the day, but never-the-less battle commecnced and some top racing was enjoyed throughout the day.
Start of the 17th Samui Regatta at the Chaweng Beach, with a full weekend of dinghy race action as young sailors from around Thailand battled it out for the winners podium. The regatta was hosted once again by Centara Grand Beach Resort which provided the backdrop for the official opening party.
Film - The spirit of the kiteboarders and their steadfast refusal to be defeated is rewarded with a vote of inclusion for the Youth Games in 2018 for the very first time. Yet again the Olympic dreams of the kiteboarders are on the line as the sport comes up for consideration for the Tokyo Games 2020.
Reigning KiteFoil GoldCup champion Maxime Nocher sealed victory in the year’s first event with a perfect final day, racking up four bullets from four races in light breezes that threatened to die at any moment.
Top-level kitefoil racing is first and foremost a psychological game almost goes without saying. But in the hothouse atmosphere of the KiteFoil GoldCup series’ opening exchanges the teasing wind—or absence of it—
As the wind refused to play ball on the third day of the IKA KiteFoil GoldCup in Korea, preventing any racing, talk among the riders inevitably turned to the hope of Olympics inclusion, a dream for most.
Reigning International Kiteboarding Association (IKA) KiteFoil class champion Maxime Nocher began the defence of his title in Korea in perfect style—notching up two bullets from two races. In light breezes that struggled to reach 8kts..