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2005 East Coast Stunt Kite Championships – Results

NIP – Novice Individual Dual-line Precision Score 1 Chris Mitchell 70.90 2 Andy Burtchfield 41.20 3 Laura Stonestreet 40.50 4 Richard Mervine 37.00 5 Jason Garner 36.43 6 Terry Cornell 35.97 7 Ron Cox 30.47   NIB – Novice Individual Dual-line Ballet Score 1 Chris Mitchell 59.75 2 Richard Mervine 51.25 3 Elaine Edelman 48.00 […]

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2005 East Coast Stunt Kite Championships – Day 5

What a great week it’s been here in Wildwood, getting to see all my old friends from the east coast… It doesn’t happen nearly enough, and the ECSKC is certainly the one event where I can see almost everyone at the same time. Making our way out onto the beach around 10am, Lam and I […]

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2005 East Coast Stunt Kite Championships – Day 4

Sunday was the final day of outdoor sport kite competition, and we’re headed into our last festival day as well as the indoor events for Monday. The weather gods have continued to smile on us with sunny skies and moderate winds in the 6-10 mph range… The wind was coming from inland all day, but […]

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2005 East Coast Stunt Kite Championships – Day 3

On the first day of sport kite competition at this year’s ECSKC, and with Rick Gardner serving as Chief Judge, fliers gathered around the sound tent for their pilot’s meeting to discuss ground rules… The sun we had yesterday did a good job of drying up a lot of the “sud” or sand/mud on our […]

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2005 East Coast Stunt Kite Championships – Day 2

We’re officially underway!  Unlike yesterday’s conditions and despite scary forecasts for the last few days, we awoke to crystal blue skies and beautiful sunny weather… Winds started off inland again, but worked around to come off the ocean around noon and gave fliers a very smooth 6-10 mph throughout most of the day. With the […]

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2005 East Coast Stunt Kite Championships – Day 1

Welcome to Wildwood folks… I know we’re posting a day early but hey, we’re here and why not?!  Being this event’s the 20th anniversary, there is a good deal of nostalgia comraderie in the air already. After landing in Baltimore around 4:30 pm yesterday, I spent the night with good friends Paul LaMasters and his […]

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