The “Ocean Jump” got invented during the Ocean Jump event by Alexander Lehmann (CEO Terra Oceanis publishing company) and was first landed in real windsurfing conditions by Flo Jung in Morocco in 2010.
Filmed by Manuel Grafenauer/Enjoy the Soup
More Ocean Jump
Ocean Jump – Florian Jung
Back to Sail Rodeo !
Or Blind Rodeo !!
cool move, but shit name!
why not keep the flow in the edit. This is annoying
We simply wanted to show you the move and really did not want to annoy you in any way. We are SO SORRY and we don’t want to annoy anybody with our work and apologize for our misbehavour.
ahhahaha vote for best comment ever from medea.
come on guys. the move is sick.
I think I had better ones. But thanks! 😉
great move 🙂 who gonna jump it first as a backloop rotation…? switchpush
C7 you could have added that Flo Jung landed a couple of ocean jumps yesterday during the supersession of the PWA world cup in Klitmoller. The first attempt is at 1:08 hours into the clip of Day 1, Part 1.
The second attempt is at 05:50 minutes into the clip of Day 1, Part 2
He also tried one in the finals, but the landing was rather wet.
sorry for posting this again! my browser didn’t refresh the page for a while!
Dear Medea, now you deleted all of my comments except for the one above the present message (which is pointless if my other messages are suppressed). This is a bit frustrating. It takes some time to watch the PWA clips from Klitmoller again, to identify at what point during the heat Flo Jung performs the ocean jump, and then to share the information with the windsurfing community on your website. If you still have my info could you please post it again?
please disregard my comment. I don’t get it, but my browser keeps displaying my messages and then fails to display them on this page. so when I visited this page, my comments were not displayed. when I sent my last message, all of my comments were displayed (some saying that they await moderation). strange. sorry for all the trouble.
FYI: We delete comments VERY seldom, it just can be that they are for some reason in the spam folder and we have to approve them.