Youth Kitesurfing Training
Westward Ho, N. Devon 27th – 29th May 2017
Hunstanton, Norfolk 24th – 25th July 2017
Barrow, Cumbria 14th – 17th October 2017 / Cancelled
BE THE BEST YOU CAN BE!! TOGETHER WE ARE GOING TO CREATE A NEW BRITISH KITESURFING MOMENTUM!
Subjects covered wind or no wind are:
- Freestyle coaching
- Twin Tip Racing (YOG)
- Kitesurfing safety
- Injury Prevention
- Competition coaching
- Sponsorship Acquisition and Upkeep
The Youth Training program is for kitesurfers between the ages of 12-17. The events will help you to learn new kitesurfing freestyle tricks allowing you to take your kitesurfing to the next level. We will help you put cool, calm and collected heats together for freestyle competition purposes and we will introduce you to racing on your twin tip in line with the Youth Olympic Games format. Over the course of the weekends we’ll help to cement vital safety aspects of the sport & we will teach you how sponsors think so that you can have the tools to become a top sponsored rider yourself. You’ll take part in practicals to help injury prevention to keep your body in good shape.
Through this program we are working to create a British Team so that together you can take part in kitesurfing activities and or competitions at home or abroad. With your new friends beside you and Jo Wilson as your coach the idea is to support you rather then let you feel alone.
This program is the official youth training program for British Kitesports (BKSA).
Anyone between the ages of 12-17 can get involved so long as you can already kitesurf. We are actively trying to encourage more girls to sign up. There are only 6 places available. To be involved please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07919 276 405.
Find out more about previous programs here:
Hunstanton Youth Training: Movie
Southend Youth Training & British Championship: Movie
To read more about British Kitesports and find out more on youth training at a grassroots level then please visit www.britishkitesports.org
To find out more Jo Wilson and her career then please look here.