Triple S Final Day – Wind and Results

Some unexpected wind on the final day saw the Triple S run and won. Big kites still the order of the day and some different wind angles but many of the usual suspects prevailed.

Real Kiteboarding Triple S, Men's winners 2015

Pro Men’s Winners

1st Place ($12,000) – Sam Light UK
2nd Place ($7,500) – Billy Parker USA
3rd Place ($5,000) – Brandon Scheid USA
4th Place ($3,000) – James Boulding UK
5th Place ($2,000) – Christophe Tack BEL




Real Kiteboarding Triple S Invitational, Colleen Carrol,

Pro Women’s Winners

1st Place ($4,000) – Colleen Carroll USA
2nd Place ($2,500) – Sensi Graves USA
3rd Place ($1,000) – Victoria Soloveykina RUS





Real Kiteboarding Triple S, Andre Phillip, Jason Slezak, Tona Kiteboards

Master’s Overall Winners

1st Place ($1,000) – Andre Phillip ATG
2nd Place – Jason Slezak USA
3rd Place – Davey Blair USA





Christophe Tack, Rookie of the Year 2015 Triple S Invitational

Rookie of the year and 5th place in Pro Mens.

Rookie of the Year Award ($1,000) – Christophe Tack BEL







Billy Parker - Best Session

Billy Parker – Best Session

Best Session Award ($1,000) – Billy Parker USA







Artem Garashchenko, Real Kiteboarding Triple S, Slickstyle Attitude winner

Slickstyle Attitude winner Artem Garashchenko.

Slickstyle Attitude Award (Prize Pack) – Artem Garashchenko RUS







Craig Cunningham, North Kiteboarding, Real Kiteboarding Triple S invitational

Craig Cunningham, Best Wipeout Award Winner.

Best Wipeout (Prize Pack) – Craig Cunningham CAN

Brandon Scheid, Real Kiteboarding Triple S Invitational 2015, Liquid Force Kiteboarding

Brandon Scheid is always a highlight in the Triple S.

John Wayne A-Frame, Real Kiteboarding Slider Park

Men’s winner again, Sam Light on the John Wayne A-Frame. It remains one of the core sliders in the Real Kiteboarding slider park. Wind directions made some hits tricky but it’s still a great launch pad for some of the most progressive rail riding in the sport.

Real Kiteboarding Triple S Invitational 2015,

The 10th Triple S may have had the least wind but it still delivered some of the best riders on some of the best obstacles in the sport. No doubt the 11th will be back windier and better than ever.