Despite biting cold 3-4 degrees temperatures, the Danish sailing club Nivaa Surf hosted 30 wind folders for Easter training.
Photos by Nordic Event Media.
Great atmosphere, great training, and a few good crashes in between. This was the overall theme for three days of Easter foil and iQFOiL training at Nivå Surf club which is located on the east coast of Sealand in the eastern part of Denmark.
In collaboration with the Danish boardrider organisation, Nivaa hosted 30 wind foilers of all levels and age groups from all across the country. Despite freezing temperatures down to 3-4 degrees celsius, the motivation level was high which is easy to spot in all of the footage. It is expected that Denmark will produce a fleet of up to 50 iQFOiL racers within the year and many more wind foilers.
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