Maciek Rutkowski already interviewed many windsurfers and influential people from the windsurfing industry. This time he had a talk with Spaniard Alex Mussolini, who is known as a world class wave windsurfer with an exceptional smooth style. He invented the Klei, a frontside wave 360° into Taka. His career started at young age and now, at the age of 37, he decided to retire from professional windsurfing. Instead he finally became a pilot and is a judge on the PWA tour. He talks honest about his career and he takes critical positions concerning professional windsurfing. He also talks about success – he almost won the PWA wave world title – and about difficulties with sponsorships. This interview is a very honest one and gives an inside view in the career of a very successful rider. Thumbs up for that Alex and Maciek!!
Alex Mussolini – The Windsurfing Podcast #53
Produced by windsurfing.tv
La pwa debe desaparecer o hacer solo pruebas de slalom , es una vergüenza el calendario año tras año cada vez peor. Piden un verdadero dineral para las pruebas. Entre antes desaparezca antes mejorará el circuito porque alguien se hará cargo y difícilmente lo hará peor que ellos.
Very good job Maciek and Alex. Interesting discussion and the ending is almost touching 🙂
Great rider, belonging to a much better and brighter time.