Amanzi Speaks to SAKA – South Africa’s Kitesurfing Association.
Jan15

Amanzi Speaks to SAKA – South Africa’s Kitesurfing Association.

We met with Tyrone, owner of OneMovement Events and Marketing, and a committee member of the South African Kitesurfing Association. What does SAKA do? “SAKA is involved with everything to do with kitesurfing in South Africa from events and sponsorship to dealing with council to assist in putting procedures in place to benefit the industry, the participants as well as the general public safety. SAKA also managed to send a young...

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Above The Clouds With Pro Kitesurfer Carl Ferreira
May18

Above The Clouds With Pro Kitesurfer Carl Ferreira

We chatted to pro kitesurfer Carl Ferreira – a vibrant and super talented athlete who is a homegrown Capetonian, learnt to kiteboard at 10 and is now making waves and catching big air on the international circuit. Q: What are your major successes in your kitesurfing career? Achieving 1st at the South African Kitesurf Champs. Placing 2nd in the worlds biggest kitesurfing race. Also recently signing with an Italian Kitesurf brand called...

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S.A.’s top Kite Surfer – Michelle Sky Hayward.
Nov17

S.A.’s top Kite Surfer – Michelle Sky Hayward.

South Africa’s Kite Surfing champion, a Maaji Swimwear model and travels extensively while blogging about ‘living the dream’. And she’s only 25.  Amanzi had the pleasure of shooting the breeze with Michelle Sky Hayward about her journey, her secret health tips and her aspirations for the future. What have been some of your major successes and milestones in your career that led you to becoming a professional kitesurfer?...

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First blind kiteboarder on film
Jan26

First blind kiteboarder on film

Phil Larcher , a rider born in the South of France with American nationality can most definitely be added to our “Hall of Eyecandy” He currently resides in Tarifa, which lies at the beginning of the beautiful Costa de la Luz,  the busiest kitesurfing destination in the world. Not only do the huge beaches cope with the thousands of kiters that descend on Tarifa each season, but you can expect wind and sun for 300 days a...

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