Before this final event in Brazil, Airton had already done enough to win the Kite-Surf world championship on the GKA Kite World Tour. Thought he’d just take it easy? Naaah, he’s even more dangerous with the chains off.
Check this boogie loop in his semi final against Camille Delannoy – which scored a 10!
He went on to win the single elimination against James Carew and on the podium said:
“It’s not easy to do the boogie loop, I’ve been trying for years and I did it today for only the second time. Somehow I did it in competition! I’ve been watching Aaron and Ruben do them and I really wanted to do it strapless. Congrats to everyone today and I’m super stoked for this win, woo!”
That wasn’t his only ten point score yesterday. Read the full report here!
Look out for our exclusive cover-story interview with Airton coming up in issue #102 launching next week!