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Team Edge led the way at last weekends second round of the British Kitesurf Freestyle  event in Hunstanton. The Junior – (under 15) category was dominated by the youngest- Tom Bridge – age 9 who really got the crowd going with technical
variation, style & sheer level of tricks. Aaron Hadlow, 5 x World Champion recognized this youngster was a name for the future. Older brother- Guy – age 10- came in 2nd overall with his just learnt moves to blind.

With a decent competition head on him- Oliver Bridge- age 12- nailed blind tricks both ways, kite loop pass, shifty’s & wrapped on his 7mtr Vegas against bigger & older boys. His final did not get finished- the wind had dropped so he got an equal 1st place overall

North rider – Ned Taylor took the mens Pro- Fleet all the way to the final with 2 text book heats showing style, tricks both ways & power. Ned’s  level of riding stood out above all other riders & the nerves just got the better of him in the final giving him 2nd place overall. This week Ned talks to Centrica about a new sponsorship deal which could open up doors to his new project with ‘Super Saturated’.
Nicky Rudd got 2nd in the Ladies pro’s & has recently got a great write up in the latest kiteworld mag. Another edge Rider- Sam Mooor got to 4th  in the Mens fleet. Well done to all the team for a superb performance. Keep it up.

Exmouth is the new Tarifa with so much talent, youth & good riding conditions.

The Bridglets will head to PKRA Germany later this week to compete in their first PKRA Freestyle event while Mum  hopes  to defend her German tour stop with Kitesurf Racing.


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