Today, the competition was canceled due to too much wind! This is rare … About 40 knots were measured, along with too much rain that the judges could not see the riders on the water compete. On such days one wishes to be truly elsewhere. Due to this, the water was so high that the entire event area was blocked from 15 clock, because of flood risk. Later the wind went down a little bit, and many took this opportunity to play around in shallow water on the flooded beach. Tomorrow, the conditions should be better with less wind and rain, so we can finally go to qualify for the main event.
https://www.kiteworldwide.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/40plus.jpg 600 800 Juergen Sievers https://www.kiteworldwide.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/logo-braun.png Juergen Sievers2013-10-23 14:42:442013-10-23 14:42:4440 knots and storm tides at Kitesurf Worldcup St. Peter Ording