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Follow Brian as he attempts to break a Guinness World Record for longest journey kitesurfing.



Brian needs to beat the distance of 862km. This current record was achieved in 2015 by Francisco Lufinha who travelled from Lisbon to Madeira in Portugal.

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distance to world record km

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Departing from his doorstep in New Brighton NSW, and arriving at his parents home in Aspendale Beach VIC, Brian has finally completed his world record journey on Easter Sunday (April 4 2021).

Brian set out to achieve his goal of doorstep to doorstep on December 28, 2020 and since then his only means of transport along the east coast of Australia has been powered by wind.

He’s seen some amazing places, met some outstanding people, and is now a Guinness World Record holder. His official distance is yet to be recorded but it’s around the 1800km+ mark. Congratulations Brian on your epic achievement and thanks to everyone involved. 


For Brian’s 21st birthday he was given a Guinness World Record book. Unbeknownst to his gift giving friends, this present lit a fire in Brian who was determined to create a record of his own.

He initially attempted to beat the record for eating a raw onion the quickest, but that requires more training than his 15 years of kiting experience.

Therefore Brian’s passion for adventure and thrill of the unknown spawned the idea to set a new record for longest distance travelled on a kiteboard.

Leaving the beach on 28th December 2020, with kite and board in tow –  emergency equipment, a gas cooker, electronics, water, rations, a hammock, thongs, 1 pair of undies, and a shitload of determination. 

Follow Brian’s journey online through our interactive website.



Garmin Explore

Shows movements in real time through Map Share data


Captures data from a GPS watch and creates a 3D video of daily trips. Click on the icon to view.