Kai Lenny

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Kai Lenny
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Personal information
Born (1992-10-08) October 8, 1992 (age 25)
Paia, Hawaii
Residence Maui, Hawaii
Surfing career
Best year 2012
Sponsors Naish, Red Bull, Nike, Hurley, Oakley, GoPro[1]
Major achievements 2013 SUP Race World Champion, 2013 Sup Wave World Champion, 2013 SUP Overall World Champion, 2013 Vice KSP Kiting World Champion, 2012 World SUP Race Champion, 2012 Hawaii Island Finals SUP pro Winner, Sunset Beach SUP pro Winner
Surfing specifications
Stance Regular
Quiver SUP surf boards 74L Wave and 4.7 Boxer, SUP race boards, surfboards, Naish windsurf boards, Naish kitesurf boards
Favorite waves Jaws (beach)
Favorite maneuvers Stand up paddle surfing
Website http://www.positivelykai.com

Kai Lenny is a big wave surfer, stand-up paddle (SUP) surfer and racer, surfer, tow-in surfer, windsurfer, kitesurfer and celebrity watersports enthusiast. Lenny lives in Maui.

Lenny achieved recognition in 2012 with first place at the Hawaii Island Finals SUP pro, and first place at the Sunset Beach SUP pro.[2]

Kai Lenny claimed the SUP racing world champion title when he won the seasons finals of the first Standup World Series championship races held at Turtle Bay Resort, O'ahu, Hawaii on 13–14 September 2012.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Carberry, Joe (June 2014). "Water Walker". Outside: 26. 
  2. ^ Kai Lenny, Oxbow World Surfwear Company
  3. ^ Team Naish rocks the SUP Racing World, Standup Journal