We are pleased to announce that the European Flyboard® Championships will take place at Cavalaire-Sur-Mer, one of the World’s favorite playgrounds for Flyboard® riders! This field of extreme sport is guaranteed to give you an incredible show ! For this latest event, there will be riders competing in duo in a freestyle competition. They will perform amazing gravity-defying figures which will be judged by a jury of professionals. It will also be the occasion to discover lots of surprises.
As you know, in September 2016 we all met at Naples in Florida [USA] for the Flyboard® World Cup Championship. This event brought all Flyboards® fans together around a great competition under the Floridian tropical sunshine. Find in this video one hour of the best moments and the nicest shows!
KARE11 - Paul Gavic, who owns Sky High Flyboard, says he and his sons were at their cabin when they noticed a boat on fire on Cross Lake. His boys went to help and it took one of them about two minutes to put out the fire using the water propelled from his flyboard.
Will US soldiers soon be riding jet powered HOVERBOARDS into battle? Military firm buys company behind record breaking gadget
dailymail.com - It could lead to US soldiers soon flying into battle on hoverboards - and hopefully a consumer board as well.
Last month, Franky Zapata stunned the world by revealing his jet powered 'hoverboard' that could travel at 90mph (150km/h).
Now, his firm has been sold to Implant Science, a Department of Homeland Security supplier.
abcnews - Flyboarding, when a rider zips around on a hoverboard propelled by water, is the very latest in extreme sports with a twist of sci-fi. And stuntwoman Gemma Weston, a 29-year-old from New Zealand, is the number one female professional flyer in the world. “Being able to fly is to push the boundaries of what is possible ... you do literally feel like you are flying and you feel a little bit like a superhero,” she told “Nightline.”
Popular Science - About four years ago, my father returned home from a business trip and showed me a picture he took of a person attached to some sort of futuristic jet pack. I’m pretty aware of new gadgets thanks to social media and websites like Popular Science, but I hadn’t seen or heard about anything like this before—I didn’t even know how to Google it! After several days, I gave up on my search.