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New Kiting Distance Recorded in 24 hours!

Sebastian Copeland and his guide Eric McNair-Landry have broken the recorded world kiting distance record for a distance covered in 24 hours, with a staggering 595 kilometres which they managed on Sunday 6th June as they cross Greenland. Still out there and blogging every day, the following is taken from a recent post. Visit Sebastian's blog by clicking the link below.
Kiting distance record in 24 hoursN7445.233 W4639.134 Elevation 8792 feet
Generally speaking, not many people have an understanding of GPS coordinates. For those who do, take a look at today's, and compare them to yesterday's... More on this in a bit.
Before leaving on this expedition, privately, I had mentioned that, provided the conditions were right, I might take a shot at the kite skiing world record for greatest distance covered in a 24 hour period. While I had said it half in jest, in my mind, I was determined to give it a go. Under promise, over deliver.
More here at Sebastian's website

kiting distance record recorded on GPS

Added: 2010-06-08

Category: News

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