“Black sea storm” is a new video by video by Kirill Umrikhin featuring the Russian windsurfer Olya Raskina challenging a big storm at Anapa, which is a town located at the northern coast of the Black Sea. Olya: “I always had a plan to search for the waves in my home country, in Russia. We are surrounded by a few oceans and many seas, but to find a perfect combination of wind and waves seemed almost impossible. We were looking everywhere until my friends told me that it can be right here in front of us. So we checked the weather maps and took off on a new adventure to the Black Sea. What we found there was beautiful, dark and tricky.”
Kirill Umrikhin, Olya’s boyfriend and producer of this video, manages to show windsurfing action wrapped in a documentary style clip. Well done!
haha my emojis: big wave, thunderbolt and rain turned out to become three questionmarks
pr sports = public relations spots
Aloha from Germany ??? I’m somekinda male groupie of Olya, since I met her on a flight from Cape Town in 2014. This video didn’t gave wings, but it shows clearly the local dedication Olya always represented in her statements. This is a rough sport. Love to see this much more than one more of these countless beautiful weather, pristine beaches, turquise water… pr sports.
It is sponsored – so what guys?!
Your comments are bitchy.
We talking sports here.
As we said before and after east german sport lessons and training units: Sport Frei!
Crazy those negative comments. There are not so many girls sailing in big waves and not so many girls making movies, and then you write stuff about them like this. Very sad! I think it’s very nice they made a movie not only about big action but to tell a story and to show a local spot. And to show people that it’s not only crazy action but that even a girl that is one of the most extreme big wave female sailors I know, still is careful when she is at a new and unknown spot. It’s interesting for… Read more »
Cool video, don’t understand the negative comments?? It looked pretty cold and not the best conditions so i doubt even the best in the world would be ripping it to pieces. I’ve seen her sail in Cape Town and for sure she can sail really good with a good style.
Good to see videos from new spots keep them coming C7.
Why does Womens windsurfing must be macho and for good tricks? Just sailing in rough conditions gracefully is a big accomplish. No?