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Hannah Whiteley joins Wainman Hawaii

Hannah WhitemanWe have just receieved the exciting news that Hannah Whiteley, two time British Kitesurf Pro Ladies Champion has joined the Wainman Hawaii International Rabbit Gang Team. She joins an already strong Professional Team with Lou, Niccola, Bertrand and Franz and will add a most welcome feminine touch to the warren. Hannah is widely considered to be the finest female kitesurfer produced from the United Kingdom, and can out-ride the majority of guys on the scene. But having said that she is modest, laid back and has the sickest smoothest style out there.
Apart from her success in the highly competitive UK Pro Tour over the past two years, her results in international contests speak for themselves, with first's in South Africa, SAKT, Germany PKRA, Big Air and Leucate, PKRA Mondial du Vent.
For 2011 Hannah will be initially touring southwest Australia based in Fremantle and sessioning the local spots of Woodies and Safety Bay, in addition to Augusta and Margaret River. Hannah will be returning to Europe in the Spring to compete in the UK and EU and catch up with the 2011 Rabbit Gang Tour.
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Added: 2011-02-22

Category: News

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