In the story, "Kiteboarding Aims High," in our November/ December issue,
International Kiteboarding Association executive secretary Markus
Schwendtner presented a plan to get his sport added to the Olympic docket.
The all-encompassing plan for improving Olympic sailing proposes doing away
with one-design rules, modifying the disciplines to include team racing,
speed sailing, and slalom courses, and whittling down the boats to dinghy,
multihull, keelboat, windsurfer, and kiteboard.
What do you think about the IKA's plan for our sport? Schwendtner is
standing by to defend his position and/or answer your questions.