This year's Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup is over, and once again, Cowork Klitmøller functioned as a hub for preparing the media setup. Both the time leading up to the event and the actual event was another stunning period.
To be part of an organisation that – so far – once a year has managed to create the possibility to gather some of the most, if not THE most, skilled people to cover the event is incredible.
I feel privileged to be responsible for the media team. I can honestly say that every individual has strived to surpass him or herself to make this event even greater than it was the year before. This year, you did it again, and for that I’m grateful.
Seriously, I almost have to pinch myself to believe that we have now for the sixth year in a row managed to find a winner here in Klitmøller, Cold Hawaii.
Not only did we find a winner, but we pulled off 11 hours of solid sailing and thereby a full double elimination. During that period, we saw some of the highest level windsurfing in Northern Europe that we’ve seen for a very long time.
Thank you Michael Breinhild Johansen, Maja Tarp, Ane Cæcilie Scheel, Simon Reeve, Ole Svarrer, Florian Gebbert, Julia Lauber, Dirk Herpel, Philipp v. Jagow, Max Stolarow, Nils Bade, David Strüning, Jacob Thorn Jensen, Jeppe Svendsen, Jeppe Søndergaard, Pedro Bjerregaard, Mie Worre Køngerskov, Frederik Juulstrup, Jens Wernberg, Sebastiaan Van Den Berg, Ben Proffitt, Roberto Hoffman, Chris Yeates and John Carter.
We got it all, we made it available to the world, and the world embraced our delivery.