Kite the reef – 1000 km world record attempt to raise money for Motor Neurone Disease

Shared from the KA website:

This week  10 extraordinary kitesurfers will cross the Great Barrier Reef covering 1,000km in 10 days.  The goal is to fund a cure for Motor Neurone Disease (ALS).


Kite The Reef is a kitesurfing world record breaking expedition to raise funds to cure Motor Neurone Disease (MND) at the Macquarie University Motor Neurone Disease Research Centre. The participants themselves and sponsors are covering all the costs of the expedition. The money raised goes to fund MND research (essential equipment, vital reagents, and talented researcher salaries) to make MND history.

Daily updates from the team are available on their facebook site – Kite The Reef on Facebook.

For donations and further information about the participants, the motivation and the journey head over the Kite The Reef Website.

Photos and Video from the July State Wave Titles

Maurice Windley is an amazing photographer and all-round great guy, and we were lucky enough to have him take photos all day during the SAKSA kitesurfing wave titles a few weeks ago.

He is the kind of bloke who always comes along and shares the stoke, so do yourself a favour and go have a look at his shots and video below, and give him a like while you are at it

There are about 250 fantastic shots here

Find the video clip here

All materials: All rights reserved Maurice Windley

Thank you so much for all you do for us!