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The Mara Voyager Sit on Top Kayak for only €399
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Installment 2 of Peter's training blog.
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Check out Peter's Blog on how he's getting fit, setting Goals and sticking with them!
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Just In, the Prolimit Evo sport 11'6" SUP Bag. It fits your SUP and protects it from damage during transport. http://marasurf.com/Stand-Up-Paddle-SUP/sup-Stand-Up-Paddle-Boards-Accessories/Prolimit-Evo-Sport-SUP-Board-Bag
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Drone videos of surfing - Best of 2014
Surfing Drone Videos shot on DJI Phantoms and other epic quadcopters in 2014. Featuring top surfing spots including Mavericks, Maldives and Noosa point. These include some of the worlds top surf spots and some of the best drone videos of 2014.
Drone videos of surfing - Best of 2014
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If you do one thing today... open this up this video and watch the first 56 seconds in full screen mode ! Epic!

SURFING @ 1000 FRAMES PER SECOND

http://vimeo.com/108799588
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The Wonderful Mara 4.0mm Pro Glove is entirely made from Fiberstretch neoprene, these gloves provide amazing comfort and warmth. Tiny HyperGrip beads on the palm make sure you won’t lose grip at critical moments. Don't let your pinkies get cold this winter!!

Features include: Wrist strap, HyperGrip palm, triple glue blind stitching & FiberStretch Neoprene. Available in small, medium & large.

A few happy customer reviews -
"Great gloves ... warm, flexible and jellyfish proof !"

"I was on vacation in Ireland and we went surfing and rented gear from Turf and Surf in Bonduran and your gloves are what I ended up with and they were so much more comfortable and warm then what I had tried here in the states that I asked Giles what brand they were and he ranted and raved about you guys that I figured it was worth getting my own pair."

Now in stock at €19.99

http://marasurf.com/wetsuits-mens-womens-kids-rashvests-booties-gloves-hoods-surf-triathlon/Best-Wetsuit-Accessories/Mara-Wetsuit-Gloves-4.0-Pro
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The Mara Thermo Pro Charger 5/3 Winter Wetsuit got a viewing on National TV yesterday. The trailer for TV3's "Our Island" featured a surfer catching a wave wearing the Charger and one things for sure, he ain't COLD! http://www.tv3.ie/3player/show/677/0/0/Our-Island
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Disabled kitesurfer Chris Ballois sets new speed sailing record

Chris Ballois has set a new world record for disabled speed sailing. The French kitesurfer hit 42.94 knots, at the 2014 Luderitz Speed Challenge.
Ballois was motivated. He wanted to break the 40-knot barrier, and after an inaugural run at 39.14 knots, he was able to drive his kite at 79.52 km/h over 500 meters. Chris Ballois was able to do what many non-disabled kitesurfers can't.

Meanwhile, the 2014 Luderitz Speed Challenge continues delivering excellent wind conditions. Several new windsurfers have arrived and had their go on Namibian speed channel for the first time.

Jacques van der Hout made 43.57 knots; Alain de Gendt hit 41.44 knots, and Erik Beale raced at 41.87 knots. Alain Moutauzou is already in the 40.61 knots, Jim Cloarec accelerated at 40.58 knots, and Christophe Richaud made 40.29 knots.

With stronger wind in the forecast, records will keep falling. Erik Beale, the first sailor to hit 40 knots, and Thierry Bielak, are ready to raise the 1990s sailing class flag.
Luderitz Speed Challenge: 23 October 2014 New World Record!
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A few of the worst kitesurfing accidents caught on tape

Kiteboarding wipeouts and accidents are more frequent than you think. Although it is considered a relatively safe sport, you must follow all the rules and safety guidelines. Otherwise, there will be blood.
Would you love to learn how to kiteboard? The most important advice is to pay a qualified kite instructor to teach you the basic lessons: self-rescue, wind window, cloud formation, and wind scales.

Kiteboarding companies are developing new security systems so that riders can easily detach themselves from the kite when a problem occurs. Sudden wind gusts can throw you into the tarmac, in a couple of seconds. Therefore, no risks should be taken.

Many kiteboarders have lost their lives. Others have been severely injured. Fortunately, the large majority of kite accidents ended up with riders suffering minor bruises, fractured ribs, and head stitches.

Wind can rapidly get a kite out of control. When that happens, inexperienced kiteboarders are the first to suffer injuries. Being launched into the air before colliding against landmarks, buildings and parking lots is just the beginning.

Kitesurf Crash 5
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