Noerstick Cold Hawaii PWA Youth Windsurf Wave World Cup 2021

  • In just six days time, Noerstick Cold Hawaii PWA Youth Windsurf Wave World Cup 2021, is ON in Cold Hawaii, Denmark.


    The small cosy fishing village Klitmøller will host the 'Noerstick Cold Hawaii PWA Youth Windsurf Wave World Cup 2021' in the Youth and the Juniors division, age of under 20 and U17 - U15 – U13 boys and girls, between September 12th and Sunday, 18th.


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    Liam Dunkerbeck flying high during last year's edition


    - We do say boys and girls, but when you see them on the water doing massive double rotation jumps over the horizon or the smoothest wave ride any surfer would envy, it's hard to believe that they are only youngsters, comments Mads Bjørnaa from the surf club NASA.


    Ten years of proud PWA history


    Klitmøller and Cold Hawaii have been a well-known PWA-spot for more than a decade.


    We are pretty sure to get great conditions and have a fantastic week, when we try to find a World Cup Winner in every class and most likely also decide the World Wave Youth Ranking for 2021.


    The event is a part of Cold Hawaii Games with more than ten different sports events on the coastline of Cold Hawaii and Cold Hawaii Inland.


    - We look forward to welcoming surfers and crew during the best time of the year for wind and waves in Denmark, says Kristian Kjøller, Head of Cold Hawaii Games.


    The event is created as a co-work between Friends of Cold Hawaii and the local surf club North Atlantic Surf Association (NASA) and the PWA with support of Thisted Kommune, Spar Invest and Nordjyske Medier - and a wide range of sponsors.


    The classes are U20, U17, U15 and U13 - both boys and girls.


    Main sailing location is in front of the NASA clubhouse Ørhagevej 189, 7700 Thisted. If the wind turns more Westerly, we have an option to sail in the nearby town of Hanstholm.


    Live stream, Full video, photo and social media coverage going out to PWA and many more .

    Cold Hawaii Games is presented By: Thisted Kommune, Spar Invest and Nordjyske Medier.


    Follow the event here where we also link to the live stream.


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  • Cold Hawaii Begins with a Bang on Sunday Funday


    With low winds early on Sunday, the first possible start was set for 10:30am, but proper conditions didn’t arrive in Klitmøller until at around 15:00 - when the wind started to turn more westerly and picked up to around 20kts. All competitors were eager to get on the water and in true Cold Hawaii fashion sailing continued until dark.


    First up was the U-15 and U-13 between Leon Maethner G-34, Peter Gobish G-802 and Arthur Van de Brande B-9. The young boys performed impressively in conditions where the waves were still on the smaller side. Even so, the heat had nice forward loops and some excellent wave riding as well as solid fundamentals. In the end, Leon Maethner G-34(Fanatic, Duotone, ION), ended up third, Peter Gobish G-802 (Duotone, Fanatic, Ion) second with Arthur Van de Brande B-9(Flyhigh Sports) taking first place with his well executed forward loops proving to be the difference.


    Next it was U-17s turn, with a 3 brackets battle, and it started out strong with a stalled forward from Tobias Bjørnaa D-36 followed up immediately by a clean backloop by Gregorios Stathopoulos GRE-73. In the heat between Arthur Kahrs GER-187 and Anton Ricther G-441, both competitors executed great forwards, but Richter stole the show with a beautiful backloop! For the U-17 finals it was between Anton Richter G-441, Hannes Gobish G-801 and local talent Tobias Bjørnaa D-36. Richter started out with aggressive wave riding, followed up by a nice forward from Gobisch. Later on in the heat Bjørnå showed a great stalled forward. At this point the wind was onshore, which led to a forward off-the-lip attempt from Richter. The final ended with Anton Richter G-441(Neilpryde, Jp-Australia, Surfpirates) in first, Tobias Bjørnaa D-36(Duotone, fanatic, ion, k4 fins, noerstick) in second and Hannes Gobish G-801(Duotone, Fanatic, ION) in first.


    The women U-20 turned out to be a great show! All 5 girls were on the water against each other, and it only brought out the best of them. Their wave riding was impressive all round, with frontside and backside wave riding in increasing sizes of waves and a lot of current. In the jumping department, it turned into a front loop galore with every girl gunning for it. Line Wittrup D-82 and Maria Behrens G-209 had really nice forwards, Maria Navarro E-737 even over rotated her first forward, but redeemed it later on and young Sol Degreick B-5 had an absolutely massive forward loop. It was so tough for the judges to decide who came out on top that two competitor finished tied on points, such was the closeness of the battle. The girls had to go at it again in another heat after the U-20 Men’s Final to find the final score. In the end, Maria Naavarro E-737(Goya windsurfing, Godzilla surf shop, MFC, Malavida, Deportes granadilla de Abona) claimed first, ahead of Maria Behrens G-209(Fanatic, Duotone, MauiUltraFins, Chiemsee), second, and 13-year-old Sol Degrieck B-5(Severne) in third.



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    Maria Morales takes early lead in the Women's U20s


    The U20s went through 7 heats of the Single Elimination to find a winner. In the cloudy weather the wind and waves had picked up, and it showed from the first heat, with a forward from Marlon Maethner, whilst Takuma Sugi made a strong start with a one-handed backloop and a huge forward loop. In the second heat - Liam Dunkerbeck E-11 - came in flying with stunning planing forwards and pushloops. All competitors in the first round had excellent backside and frontside wave riding in difficult conditions.


    The second round of heats saw the wind peak and Marino Gil Gheradi E-959 impressed in his first heat, with the biggest backloop of the day, perhaps only surpassed with a one-footed backloop. In the wave riding department he showed a frontside 360, a cutback taka and an off the lip cutback. In the finals it was Dunkerbeck, Sugi and Gil, which proved to be an impressive spectacle.


    Dunkerbeck stomped a huge stalled forward, whilst Gil responded with a technical aerial. Gil then showed up his aerial prowess with an impressive repertoire of one-footed backloops, stalled forwards and a huge pushloop. Takuma Sugi showed off his superb wave riding and closed it out with pushloops - and raised the bar by landing the only double forward of the day! So, after a great final Liam Dunkerbeck E-11(Red Bull, Starboard, Severne, Mfc) finished third, just behind Marino Gil Gheradi E-959(Goya windsurf, MFC, Mala vida rest, Pozowinds) in second, whilst Takuma Sugi J-7(Gasails, Tabou, maneuverline, satiworks, テイクビルシステム、グローバルアイ) takes home a well deserved victory in the Single Elimination.


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    Takuma Sugi wins the single elimination


    That's the result following first day of competition at Noerstick Cold Hawaii Youth PWA in Klitmøller, with competitors being crowned well into dusk. As of now tomorrow might just suprise us, and we will be standing by. That's all for today, only thing left to say is congratulations to all the winners, and a huge thanks to our sponsors and helpers who made it all possible.


    Looking Ahead


    Tuesday’s skippers’ meeting will be at 10am, but also the forecast does not look too promising. Wednesday and Thursday, however, looks promising at the moment for some great waves and offshore conditions, which should hopefully provide an excellent show! Stay tuned!

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  • Victories For Takuma Sugi & Anton Richter After Both Sailors Successfully Defend Single Elimination Crowns in Down-The-Line Showdown


    Hurricane swell and offshore winds arrived as predicted on Day 4 of the Noerstick Cold Hawaii PWA Youth Windsurf Wave World Cup 2021 meaning the competition continued in solid conditions with starboard tack winds and set waves around 2 metres.


    In the U17 boys - Valters Videnieks LAT33 - had a great battle against - Hannes Gobisch GER 801, but it was Videnieks, who would advance to setup a tie against local boy Tobias Bjørnaa D36 (Fanatic / Duotone), who looked comfortable on starbord tack at his home break. In the end local knowledge prevailed with Bjørnaa coming out on top to set up a final against Anton Richter Ger-441 (JP / NeilPryde), who won the Single Elimination.


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    Tobias Bjørnaa makes the final

    Bjørnaa produced an excellent display in the first final after landing an aerial to force a decider, but the local boy couldn’t quite hold off Richter at the second time of asking.Richter may not be used to sailing on starboard tack, but some how he achieved the highest heat score with 6 points to win the rematch and with it Richter walks away with the NoerStick Cold Hawaii PWA Youth Windsurf World Cup 2021 title in the U17s division.


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    Anton Richter punts an air


    The U20s battle was tough for Nick Spangenberg G-141 (JP / GUNSAILS) going up against Liam Dunkerbeck Esp-11 (Starboard / Severne). In the down-the-line conditions Dunkerbeck junior excelled with his surf style earning plenty of points with the judges. Next up for Dunkerbeck was a match against his buddy - Marino Gil Gherardi E-959 (Goya Windsurfing). This heat proved to be another exceptional one with two contrasting styles going head-to-head. Gil took the more aerial approach, whilst Dunkerbeck stuck to his surfing guns, which turned out to be the right decision with the 17-year-old earning the nod and the right to take on Takuma Sugi J7 (Tabou / GA Sails) in the final.


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    Liam Dunkerbeck on form


    The next generation didn’t disappoint once more with Dunkerbeck and Sugi producing another high quality display, but Dunkerbeck couldn’t quite force a Super Final with Sugi successfully defending his Single Elimination crown to become the U20 champion of the NoerStick Cold Hawaii PWA Youth Windsurf World Cup 2021.


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    Takuma Sugi aerialing his way to victory


    Looking Ahead


    Thursday should hopefully allow us to complete the remaining heats in the U15s and U20s Girl’s fleets, whilst Friday looks set to be another windy one, which could see some Super Sessions held.

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