When your mum can do this, it's clear she's pretty unique.
Steph Bridge taught herself to kitesurf at 30 - and is now one of the top three women in the world.
She juggles that with training her three sons, who are also high-fliers in the sport.
And one of those family times was smashing three world records this summer racing around the Isle of Wight.
But, when it comes to rivalries it's all friendly.
Beaten by just seconds, but it's all good, the only 'I' in Team Bridge is the one in family.
And when they're not off competing around the globe, there's just one place the Bridges want to be.
A decision on whether Kitesurfing will be included in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics is expected in the new year.
If it's a go, we're in no doubt Team Bridges will be flying the flag - or should we say kite - for team GB.
Watch Andrea Bishop's full report
Isle of Wight video courtesy of Team Bridge