BKSA

AcronymDefinition
BKSABritish Kite Surfing Association
BKSABrahma Kumaris Spirituele Akademie (Dutch: Brahma Kumaris Spritual Academy; Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University; Netherlands)
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According to the protocol drawn up by the local Korean community, the UKCANL would oversee the hotline and collate information transmitted by the Korean Church Association in Baguio, the Baguio Korean Business Association, the Baguio Korean Sports Community Association, the BKSA and the outreach group, Good Hands.
"This is the only national kite surfing wave event in the UK and the BKSA has asked to hold it in Porthcawl," he said.
"With over 50 competitors for each event it was a tough battle in some of the fleets, the standard of riding this year has been incredible, the bestwehave ever seen in the BKSA Championships in its seven-year history - you begin to understand how hard it has been for riders to secure these titles and podium places.
(2) Carta de Nietzsche a Rohde de 22/2/84 (BKSA 6, 479, No 490).
(3) Tal como Nietzsche se lo indica en carta a Overbeck de 5/8/86 (BKSA 7, 223, No 729), donde le senala que tal vez Mas alla del bien y del mal pueda iluminar algunos aspectos de esa obra incomprensible que es el Zaratustra ("ein unverstandliches Buch").
(5) Vease carta a Koselitz de 21/4/83 (BKSA 6, 365, No 405).
Kite event organiser and BKSA Chairman Richard Gowers is looking forward to visiting Redcar again.
It's the penultimate event on the BKSA tour, which has held legs in all corners of the UK.
The town's Majuba beach will this year host the sixth round of the BKSA tour
Propelled by power kites, competitors will compete in four disciplines in the event, which is the first leg of the British Kite Surfing Association (BKSA)'s national championships.
But BKSA Chairman Richard Gowers is keen that local people get involved.
Qualified instructors from BKSA approved schools will run kite taster sessions throughout the weekend.