Hula Village in the central province hosted a kite surfing competition over the weekend.
Former international rep in the code, Benny Kali led the village-based club in the competition.
While the code is not a popular sport in Papua New Guinea, the young athletic Benny wishes to change this perception.
He’s engaged over 20 youths in the pursuit to grow the code…
The competition had a number of categories including the freestyle, the formula race, and Hula Kite Club winning in all categories.
The competition was made possible by Pacific Industries.