Going HUGE in 65 Knots - Victor Fernandez in Spain
Not when they’re crashed, or flying low; Victor Fernandez would have been taking out kiteboarding kites in full flight. That’s how high he was going last week in a place called Canos De Meca, Spain. Of course, he would have been, if kiteboarders could handle that kind of wind.
Canos De Meca, a Mecca for natural footers thanks to the strong cross-onshore winds that blow from left to right when looking from the beach. There’s little kickers to jump off, and surf, and to give you a rest on the way back in. Like we said, it’s a natural footers paradise.
Check out the video below to watch a windsurfer jumping 10-15m high, from a wave no more than 1m. Oh and he can freestyle too!
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Windsurfers have surfed some mountains before, but they've been made of water. This mountain is made of rocks, and snow.
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