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Kitesurfing water dangers

Kitesurfing is extremely dangerous spot and a lot of attention and training should be directed towards avoiding various dangers of the sport, including kitesurfing water dangers. There are a number of kitesurfing water dangers, several of which will be discussed here. The first thing that needs to be mentioned is the fact that in many cases kitesurfing water dangers are directly related to bad weather conditions, so the first step of avoiding these dangers is to avoid kitesurfing when the weather is not good.

One of the kitesurfing water dangers is the danger of high waves during the stormy weather. These high waves may cause the kitesurfer to loose control, especially when flying close to the water surface. Waives can also carry the kitesurfer far away from the shore. Another one of the kitesurfing water dangers is the danger of low visibility. This danger may directly tie to the high waves problem. High waves can cause low visibility, in addition to many other possible causes. Loosing control or visibility may end up in injury or even drowning. Kitesurfing water dangers are especially dangerous if a kitesurfer is far away from the shore. The bad water conditions may ruin the ability of swimming back to the shore.

Another one of the kitesurfing water dangers is the fact that during bad weather in may be hard, even impossible, to re-launch from water. Self rescue from water surface and even rescue by other people may also be impossible. One of the kitesurfing water dangers is the cold temperature of water. If a kitesurfers ends up in water and the temperature is cold, he or she may freeze. The time a kitesurfer can stay in cold water is a lot lower. Productivity and strength are also lower in cold temperature. There are many other kitesurfing water dangers.

Dangerous ocean or see areas also belong to the category of kitesurfing water dangers. The examples of these kitesurfing water dangers are rocks, corals and sand banks. Even shark areas can be very dangerous, if present. Any kitesurfer should learn how to avoid kitesurfing water dangers and how to rescue yourself from water.

About the Author

Jakob Jelling is the founder of http://www.kitesurfingnow.com. Visit his kitesite for the latest on kitesurfing equipment, kiteboarding lessons, places to surf and much more!

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