Join host Nic O'Neill and the panel of sport kite fliers as they go in depth into this simple object that has been a toy, an inspiration, a tool, a hobby, and more for countless people around the world. With interviews of professional kite fliers, designers, and builders discussing everything from the treasured past to the future. Expect to find a little bit of everything. If you are interested in sport kites, this is the place to be. Whether you are just getting started with your first sport kite, or have been flying for decades. There is something for everyone.
This episode is for those that are looking to take their sport kite flying to a bit more of a professional level, and want to gain sponsorships for what they do. Some food for thought tho before you run out there and ask people for gear or money.
In this episode host Nic O'Neill sits down with several sport kite fliers at the Sport Kite Camp and discusses the idea of a new kite competition format. This may be the way of the future competition... if we can maybe do it with out the road flares, unicorns, and pitchforks.... or maybe we keep those. All comments and feedback welcome to email@example.com
This weeks episode host Nic O'Neill talks about something near and dear to her heart with creating and fostering the 'virtual kite field' and fostering growth in our sport. Also, a short article on how the Wright brothers were actually quadline sport kite fliers!!!
Nic O'Neill and Paul de Bakker are in a beach cottage talking about kite parts and their uses. Listen in to hear more about Ferrules, Bridles, frames, and sail design....oh and Sport Kite Camp!
Welcome to Season 3 of the Sport Kite podcast! We kick off this season with some new music, a bit of an update, and a group Q&A session with the usual cast plus two folks that called in with questions! This is the first part of the Q&A, and we will have more coming up soon!
Rounding out the end of Women's History month is an interview with the 'Kite Shop Lady' Cassie Shook of Flying Smiles Kites. She has been in the kite industry for a while, not only as a flier, but from a business side. She brings a big overview perspective to sport kite flying and shares her viewpoints from the side of the field, on the field, and supplying the field.
After this episode we will be on break for a few...
This is the final portion of the chat with the women of Sport Kite roundtable. There is some great insight from different parts of the globe, different ages, and different styles of flying.
In this episode we continue on with the group chat of women on the Sport Kite Field. This portion of the conversation includes more of an international view. The group shares some of the differences that they have encountered between the needs of men and women on the sport kite field when it comes to movement and equipment.
In Honor of Women's History month here in the United States, Host Nic O'Neill gathered a few of the women of the sport kite field together to talk about some of the hard questions. First off, why don't we see more women on the sport kite field?!!?!?!?
Following up with the second half of the conversation with Brett Marchel of Team Kite Life.... and other things. Don't forget to check out the first half of the interview in Episode 44!!!
Following hot on the heels of the interview with Team Kite Life, host Nic O'Neill sits down with one of the team members and talks about his meteoric rise in the kite world. Brett Marchel is an exceptional photographer, connoisseur of ice cream, and passionate kite flier... among other things.
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The most notorious mass murder in Ohio’s history happened on the night of April 21, 2016 in rural Pike County. Four crime scenes, thirty-two gunshot wounds, eight members of the Rhoden family left dead in their homes. Two years later a local family of four, the Wagners, are arrested and charged with the crimes. As the Wagners await four back-to-back capital murder trials, the KT Studios team revisits Pike County to examine: crime-scene forensics, upcoming legal proceedings, and the ties that bind the victims and the accused. As events unfold and new crimes are uncovered, what will it mean for all involved? What will it mean for Pike County?
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