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Originally WAKSA was founded to promote safe kite boarding practices and provide a single contact point for state and local government to ensure beach access. This has been extended to work with all Kite Boarding stakeholders where possible to progress our sport. Recent projects including the Kite Boarding Be Safe campaign with the Department of Sport and recreation (DSR) and Surf Life Saving WA is one such example. Other efforts can’t be discussed openly due to commercial or personal sensitivities.
All went well with the WAKSA Freestyle Jam yesterday. Special thanks to Drew Norton for his event manager skills in making it all happen, along with our volunteers and judges for their help on the day.
Finally a big thank you to Kiteracing Oceanics event for their sponsorhip.
The final results are below.