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New Hawaiian Speed Record!

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Published on May 29, 2012

Damien Leroy has broken the Hawaiian Speed Sailing Record. The US kiteboarder got the best out of the 30-knot winds on offer at Shipwreck Beach, Maui.

Leroy decided it was time to get his name in the book of records and hit the 44.33 knots to set a new speed level in the famous Pacific islands.

The kiteboarder from Vail, Colorado, joined Alex Aguera and Family and took the ferry to Lana to see if they could break the Hawaiian Speed Record. The result:

Alex Aguera, Damien LeRoy and Kalia Aguera all break the Hawaiian speed records for Men and Women.

"Just another day in Paradise. I love this adventure I live", said Damien Leroy on his Facebook page. The new record was set while the summer trades are in full force.

Damien Leroy started kiteboarding in 1999 and has been collecting titles, ever since. In 2012, Leroy was crowned Slalom world champion among being voted Kitesurfer of the year.

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