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Russian Flyboarders Color The Night With Spectacular Show

Russian flyborders attracted huge crowds on the shores of a lake outside Moscow, fusing water, neon, lasers, fireworks and breathtaking stunts to serve up a dazzling night spectacular show.

Sion Air Show: when Zapata revolutionizes aviation

Demonstrating at the Sion Air Show, with its 20 kg Flyboard Air, Frank Zapata imagined the smallest flying machine in the world.

Demonstrating at the Sion Air Show, with its 20 kg Flyboard Air, Frank Zapata imagined the smallest flying machine in the world.

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Kiteboarding water starting

Kiteboarding water starting 風箏衝浪起滑 - 風箏衝浪初學 最困難的第一步 | 樂趣灣

At the beginning of kiteboarding (kitesurfing), water starting was important and was a novice’s immediate challenge. How to choose a safe practice place is very important, there are many salt fields in Tainan, water depth to the knee, calm water, wind stability in winter time, ideal for novice practice of water starting.

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Devon man is runner-up in first flyboarding competition.

英國小鎮 業餘玩家,抱走義大利水上鋼鐵人大賽亞軍 flyboarding competition

A 33-year-old Torbay man has returned home from his first flyboarding competition with a runner-up trophy.

James Prestwood took second place in the competition in Porto Cesareo, in south east Italy, and said it had given him a confidence boost as he sets his sights on qualification for the world championship in France next June.

Flyboarding involves performing tricks like backflips and ‘dolphin dives’ with a water jet pack strapped to your feet.

A Flyboard rider stands on a board connected by a long hose to a watercraft. Water is forced under pressure to a pair of boots with jet nozzles underneath which provide thrust for the rider to fly up to 15 m (49 ft) in the air or to dive headlong through the water down to 2.5 m (8 ft).