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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF KITEWORLDMAG
25.0% of kiteworldmag's followers are female and 75.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.70%. The average number of likes per post is 384 and the average number of comments is 4.
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AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF KITEWORLDMAG
- Sports 82.76 %
- Travel & Tourism 66.43 %
- Photography 46.56 %
- Technology & Science 32.83 %
- Art & Design 32.53 %
- Fitness & Yoga 31.78 %
- Cars & Motorbikes 31.53 %
- Business & Careers 31.14 %
- Pets 31.04 %
- Luxury Goods 30.98 %
- Music 30.62 %
- Beauty & Fashion 30.09 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 30.03 %
Interview extract with Sofia Pereira from Hotel @feelviana, Portugal, about opening up during Covid-19 restrictions: KW: What has been the most challenging part of adapting the hotel environment? SP: To anticipate the reaction of guests and how they'll behave as a group. Observing and adapting to the different ways that each nation addresses the Covid-19 response and having to liaise with people if they seem unwilling to comply is another challenge. KW: What can people expect when they come for a holiday at Feel Viana now? SP: Portuguese and foreign guests have praised how we've adapted the hotel operation to the Covid-19 situation. They feel safe and welcome, telling us that what they needed after spending so much time at home was somewhere they could feel safe to celebrate life and enjoy the outdoors. Thanks to the sports we offer, the spa, the amenities and the restaurant, they don’t feel the need to venture much beyond the hotel. Full interview, plus another feature with insights into travelling to Tarifa at the moment, in Kiteworld issue #106 - free to read now on link in bio. #kitetrip, #kitetravel, #kitesurfing, #kiteboarding, #feelviana, #kiteworldmag,
Sol-shine on Sunday. @mikaili_sol constant ripping inspiration. #repost ⬇️ • • Sunset sessions are the best! 📸 @tobybromwich @duotone.kiteboarding @duotone.kiteboarding.brasil @ionactionsports #settingthetone #truekiteboarding
Have you seen the @okmilo new gadget, a group chat device? For those who value silence and escape on the water, perhaps this is not for them, but so many other scenarios like downwinders or kiting with young family members it would be fantastic. Visit the Kickstarter page on link in our bio - they've already raised over $1m! The Kiteworld Gift & Accessories Guide will be available on our new free magazine platform at magazine.kiteworldmag.com in November... sign up to our newsletter at Kiteworldmag.com for all the updates.
KW: It's obviously important from a marketing perspective to have riders like @jesserichman and @nick_jacobsen on the team, but could you give us some examples of where their feedback has been crucial? Kiteloop recovery is perhaps one such area. Do you send them out and ask them to purposely try to get the kite to fail in its recovery for example? PAT GOODMAN: The Orbit is very wing-like, efficient and capable of high-performance – it's very much a refined flying machine. What's unique about it though is that it turns quite fast and comes around to catch you in kiteloops much better than you would expect from a kite like this. Kites with a flatter arc shape tend to turn in a bigger circle, and they tend to hesitate before they come back around, but the Orbit seems to snap around quickly and doesn't lose speed as it does so. I was working one time with Nick on the bridles, and he couldn't believe how much difference a 10mm adjustment to the bridle could make on the kite's ability to catch him after a megaloop. He was out there on an Orbit prototype and it was hesitating to climb up – he was struggling to get underneath it. It wasn't super windy and he wasn't getting as much height as you see at King of the Air, so it was critical the kite would come around and catch him so he could have a good landing. I made some adjustments to the bridle and it flew so much faster that it would end up behind him – he would outrun the kite because he wasn't expecting it to come around so quickly. But once he put the kite's new behaviour into his style of riding, he nailed it, and it was catching him every time. Extract from a double interview with @northkiteboarding designers Pat Goodman and Hugh Pinfold in our current digital issue. Link in bio will transport you to the full feature! 📷 @ydwer #northkiteboarding #kitesurfing #kiteboarding #NorthNavigator #northorbit #itscalls #wearenorth
@slingshotkite's new Sentry V1 control bar is a total re-development. Their bars have always surely been the most robustly built and long lasting we've tested, so we're super keen to try the sleeker, softer grip feel as well as the highly functional click-in chicken-loop, self untwisting centre lines and more developments all combined together. Product video on link in bio.
Congratulations to @mikaili_sol and @maxime_chabloz - winners of last night's @gkakiteworldtour #GKADistanceBattle freestyle finals! Result, report and livestream on link in bio. #GKAKiteWorldTour #GKAFreestyle #GKAKitesurf #kitesurfing #kiteboarding #kiteworld
“I dread the day Alex is going to ask me to do that - I can’t think of anything worse.” said Kiteworld editor Jim Gaunt as our Instagram feed showed a shot of @alex_vliege - head KOTA judge and @northkiteboarding / @mysticboarding team manager - diving headfirst into a chest freezer full of ice and water. Luckily for Jim he dodged the bullet in Cape Town as a WhatsApp dropped inviting me instead to a special edition Wim Hof workshop Alex was putting on for some of the #redbullkingoftheair athletes and crew. A little bit of ice doesn’t scare me and the small amount I knew about the eccentric Dutchman, @iceman_hof, had me very intrigued after watching a documentary about how he could influence his own autonomic nervous system, which scientists previously thought impossible. -- Extract from a feature in our new issue in which Kiteworld's Caroline Morris experiences the physiological benefits of bathing in ice. Popularised by 61-year-old Dutch adventure athlete and philosopher, Wim Hof, AKA: The Iceman, qualified 'Wim Hof Method' instructors are delivering ice bath courses around the world. Caroline joined a workshop run by Alex Vliege for pro kiters and King of the Air crew in Cape Town, last February. FULL FEATURE LINK IN BIO. #wimhofmethod, #iceman, #wimhof, #kitesurfing, #kiteboarding, #training, @supermorriso @jaloulangeree @ewanjaspan
Are you feeling Friday? They have of course been different this year, but they still call in the opportunity for a brace of outdoor rushes, for those of us that way inclined... @willowrivertonkin is, always. 📷@stevenakkersdijk / @corekites #kiteboarding, #kitesurfing, #kitemauritius, #kitelife, #kiteworld,
Fun day riding a selection from the new @shinnworld sweet shop! The Monk Glitch has seen the biggest changes we've seen in one of the sport's silkiest ever feeling twin-tips. Now a little stiffer, more commanding, sharp, positive and responsive, but still easy and still brings its own powder machine to the slopes! Slicer split board feature is now on link in our bio and if you swipe ⬅️there's a wee clippy of the Monk freeride feels!
And breathe. There's emotion in the ocean. @dmitryevseev still ripping at Mauritius. 📷Alex Ohrim / @lip_sunglasses This and many more gallery images in our latest free multimedia issue. Link to #106 in bio
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