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  1. What is your name? Kevin Kilgoar
  1. How long have you been flying fighter kites? 20+ years
  1. Why fighter kites? Their just fun to fly.
  1. What is the easiest, and hardest thing to learn about fighter kites? Nothing seems easy at first , but with all forms of kiting it gets easier with practice.
  1. Favorite place to fly? Furthest you have traveled for a match? Maumee Bay state park here in Ohio. And Grand Haven MI for a competition.
  1. Is it all hardcore competition, or is it friendly rivalry? It can be both , depending on the group.
  1. What do you think is the biggest obstacle for people to get into fighter kites? Ignorance about the sport in general.
  1. Do you make your own? I’ve tinkered around , but I’m not a serious builder like some.
  1. What is the strangest thing you have ever been asked or told about your flying? Why dose if fly so crazy ? Maybe a tail would help
  1. Why should someone try this? I believe that if your involved in kiting ,you should explore all varieties of Kites. I know some sport kite guys, 2 and 4 line that believe that this is all there is to kiting.