Brian Kiss von Soly completed the final leg of his epic kitesurfing journey down the east coast of Australia today.
|Photo: Brian Kiss von Soly|
Brian started his trip from near Brunswick Heads in Northern New South Wales on 28 December. Brian completed his journey (and a world record attempt) on Sunday 4 April 2021 at Aspendale in Port Phillip Bay.
|Brian on the beach at Aspendale. Photo: Brian Kiss von Soly|
|The long kitesurfing journey is over, Aspendale. Photo: Brian Kiss von Soly|
Here is Brian's track log
The voyage took 86 days (26 days kiting) and Brian covered more that 1,700 kilometres to reach Melbourne.
Brian has a camp marked on the 90 Mile Beach but it looks like he did in one go.
Check out his route around Wilsons Promontory - that was a big day.
|Brian Kiss von Soly kitesurfer, credit: Jonathon Carroll|
- Brian aims for kite surfing record – The Echo, 7 Jan 2021
- How a North Coast kite-surfer landed on Newcastle shores during world record attempt - Drive - ABC Radio, 1 Feb 2021
- Coast pit-stop as Brian kitesurfs to Melbourne - Central Coast Community News, 8 Feb 2021
- Kitesurfer leaves Sydney to set world distance record, Sydney Morning Herald, 11 Feb 2021
- Brian Kiss von Soly - World Record Kite Surfing Journey Attempt
- Local kite surfer smashes long distance world record – The Echo, 5 May 2021
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