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Kau pi kite tarifa wrote: ↑
Sun Jul 02, 2017 11:49 pm
As far as I know you need to have valid insurance and proof that you know how to kitesurf safely (iko or other license)
IKO is only recognized by themselves and their members. There is no ministry of sports or kite federation in the world that recognizes them and therefore cannot be used as a proof of competence .
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