Chris Stuckey came to New Orleans in 2002 as a social person, but found himself still a bit lost and discovered kite boarding. Stuckey has traveled the country, building his skills and connecting with likeminded people in the process. He shares with us how his passion for kite boarding pushed boundaries of his abilities and help him grow personally to create balance.
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