Athlete. Ambassador. Cancer survivor. Top fundraiser.
Steve Fisher’s tips for successful KB4C experience:
– Don’t try and race but ride a steady and consistent time line.
– Have fun. Smile and wave to the crowd. (Without a crowd this event would be boring)
– Wear sunscreen! A helmet is the best sunscreen for your scalp.
– Don’t be afraid to change kites if the conditions become too difficult with the kite you are on. Be efficient.
KB4C team rider Steve Fisher is an Athletes 4 Cancer ambassador, which means he’s been through our Camp Koru program to transition out of a cancer phase in his life. He’s been a top fundraiser, volunteer and amazing spokesperson for Camp Koru. He’s a guy that demonstrates why we do what we do. He even attempts to kiteboard the 6 hours at KB4C to help other survivors move on with their lives after cancer.
You can donate to Steve’s page here: http://donate.athletes4cancer.org/fundraise?fcid=301725 or come to Kiteboarding 4 Cancer this weekend in Hood River, Oregon.