From today on all views are on Klitmøller, Denmark, where the third PWA wave event will be started.The windforecast is magic with a heavy storm up to 45 knots of wind and more than 4,5 m high waves during the next days. The event offers a livestream and you can expect sick action. Plus we could know within the next days, who the 2011 wave worldchampion could be.

The beach - Pic: PWA/John Carter

Following on from the success of 2010’s nail biting competition, the PWA are returning to the ferocious shores of Klitmøller in Denmark for the men’s wave fleets third contest. Savage winds and fierce waves are brewing for the next stop on the 2011 men’s wave tour and forty-four of the world’s most talented wave riders are ready to fight it out on the tempestuous waters.
Located in Northern Jutland, the tiny fishing village of Klitmøller is famed for the harsh conditions the North Sea conjures up and has earned itself the name of Cold Hawaii.The forecast looks immense with 4 monster days in a row. The wind should pick up by midday today and keep on blowing for four days.

The KIA@COLDHAWAII WORLD CUP  is scheduled for seven days between the 12th-18th September. The men’s wave fleet will fight for €30,000 prize purse and eventually for the world title in the wave discipline already.


The windguru forecast for Klitmøller (Source:

Who to watch out for?
Having lead the charge on the men’s fleet in the first two event in 2011, the double forward loop master Philip Koster (Starboard / NeilPryde / Dakine / Maui Ultra Fins) will be pulling out all the stops to maintain his position at the top of the table.
In second place sits the Brazilian, Kauli Seadi (JP / NeilPryde). Seadi’s unique style has allowed him to work his way past his adversaries in Pozo and Tenerife. Seadi is sure to be launching into super tweaked pushloops and ripping the waves to pieces with his super-style.
One of the most daring riders on tour Ricardo Campello (JP / NeilPryde / MFC), holds the title of the highest double forward loops so far this season. Expect to see Campello armored up and boosting into gravity defying aerials to work his way onto the podium.
After a spectacular performance in Pozo, Dario Ojeda (Tabou / Simmer / Dakine / MFC) has his hands on fourth place. Ojeda has been risking it all to impress the judges to far this season, pulling super late wave 360’s and amazing double forwards. The 2010 wave champion Victor Fernandez Lopez (Fanatic / North / MFC), will be firing with all guns blazing in Klitmoller in order to break his way back onto the podium. Fernandez Lopez is famous for his super aggressive wave rides and faultless loops, expect to see a Fernandez Lopez tearing up every wave the North Sea has to offer.??Having finish in second place on his home spot in Tenerife, Daniel Bruch (Starboard / Severne / AL360) will be on the hunt for another high ranking finish. Fresh from injury Bruch is looking stronger than ever and if he has ironed out the creases in his double forward loops, he is sure to give the top five a run for their money. Further down the ranks sits a very on form Alex Mussolini (Tabou / Gaastra) and the high flying Marcilio Browne (Fanatic / North / MFC), along with a whole host of hot contenders.
Also in the mix are the Klitmoller locals ready to test their skills against the world best. Tour regular Kenneth Danielsen (F2 / Simmer / Mystic / MFC) currently sits in 14th place and he will be looking to take advantage of his home knowledge to work his way through the ranks. As will PWA veteran Lars Peterson (JP / NeilPryde).

With an epic forecast on the cards, the tension is mounting Klitmoller and it looks like it’s going to be an insane competition. Registration will kick off at 10-12pm, on the 12th September with the skippers’ meeting at 12:30pm or 13.00pm and the first possible start to competition at 13.00pm or 13.30 pm.


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