After years of hard work to integrate the Dominican kiteboarding super talents in to professional careers, the 2018 generation really proved it deserves it. The Dominican Team of four went all the way to the top!
Local Cabarete kiteboarder Posito Martinez has for the last seasons showed extreme talent and dedication to his dream and goal of becoming a world tour kiteboarder.
Coming to a beautiful beach in the Caribbean tempts quite a lot of people into wanting to run on the beach every morning to either stay in shape or get back into shape.
The Dominican North Coast is well-known for wind propelled watersports like kiteboarding and windsurfing but did you know that it also has some really good wave surfing spots as well?
Dylan Shewfelt is one of the kiters you will see months out of the year, day in and day out cruising the bay and giving Cabarete kiteboarding a good reputation.
Super tanned, with longish hair lightened by hours in the sun and sea, always smiling, standing tall and looking good. Brian Talma, the windsurfing legend from Barbados is about to turn fifty.
Pole dancing, which has its roots in Chinese circus performances and Indian pole-dancing for men, where the men in question would perform jaw-dropping acrobatics leaping from pole to pole, has been made (in)famous by strip clubs in the 1950s, when strippers started using poles for their routines.