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Wingfoiling is the latest craze in watersports

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                                Robert Stehlik of Blue Planet Surf shows his wingfoil. The Honolulu company sells wingfoiling gear. The foil apparatus consists of a long, blade-like “mast” attached to two wings, which create lift.
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Robert Stehlik of Blue Planet Surf shows his wingfoil. The Honolulu company sells wingfoiling gear. The foil apparatus consists of a long, blade-like “mast” attached to two wings, which create lift.

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                                Jason Timbresa caught some wind recently at Waialae Beach Park. Timbresa and his wife, Kaori, both pictured above, took up wingfoiling during the pandemic.
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Jason Timbresa caught some wind recently at Waialae Beach Park. Timbresa and his wife, Kaori, both pictured above, took up wingfoiling during the pandemic.

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                                Kaori Timbresa, right, and Jeff Chang, left, went wingfoiling recently at Waialae Beach Park.
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Kaori Timbresa, right, and Jeff Chang, left, went wingfoiling recently at Waialae Beach Park.

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                                Robert Stehlik of Blue Planet Surf shows his wingfoil. The Honolulu company sells wingfoiling gear. The foil apparatus consists of a long, blade-like “mast” attached to two wings, which create lift.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Jason Timbresa caught some wind recently at Waialae Beach Park. Timbresa and his wife, Kaori, both pictured above, took up wingfoiling during the pandemic.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Kaori Timbresa, right, and Jeff Chang, left, went wingfoiling recently at Waialae Beach Park.