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| Oct 2014
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A downwinder for the childrens/youth charity REDKITE will be held on Sunday the 23rd of November from Leighton Beach to Brighton Beach (pending final council approvals). The meeting point for registration will be at Brighton Beach (near C-Breez Kiosk) at (time TBA - early arvo). WAKSA will be providing a bus to transport punters and their gear, as well as water safety to make sure everyone gets back to Brighton for the AFTERPARTY... 

To secure your spot on the bus...

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| Oct 2014
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The WAKSA State Wave Titles are fast approaching – November 15/16 or November 22/23, so its time to start preparing. One of our objectives is to make sure the surfers know how the comps will be run and judged so they can compete in and practice for the comps effectively. So we have set out the judging criteria and some comments, to help you in your preparation.

Judging Criteria...

WAKSA State Wave Titles 2014 - Brighton

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| Oct 2014
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Compete against all the top riders in West Oz or come watch the best wave riders in the state.

 WAKSA State Wave Titles 2014 - Brighton

 

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| Aug 2014
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For those who have missed past newsletters see below.

 

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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.