EM In The Stationary Wave Riding On The 10th And 11th August 2013 At Munich Airport

For the 3rd time, professionals from around the world on the biggest standing wave prize money of 10,000 euro surf improved wave 10 m wide and up to 1, 50 m height Munich, 9 August 2013. “” This weekend, the European surf scene meets again at Munich Airport: on 10 and 11 August in the border of surf & style powered by Lufthansa “the European Championship in the stationary wave riding” worn out. The EM now belongs to the highlights of the surf scene and has become the real crowd-pullers in the third year. The world’s largest artificial standing wave the best River surfers compete at the weekend and fight for the title. A prize money of 10,000 euro beckons the winners. In addition to the local heroes of the Munich ice stream as the reigning champion Tao Schirrmacher and Gerry Schlegel, the winner, have logged into numerous international surf stars for the championship this year. Including big names like Kalani Robb of Hawaii and Shane Beschen from California. The improved wave of now 10 meters wide and up to 1,50 meters include a so-called kicker “enriched, a kind of jump in the shaft, the spectacular rides and tricks guaranteed.

Free flow and competition rules after the training the contest on Thursday and Friday the qualifying run on Saturday from 9:00. The surfers are divided into four classes of men open, women open, masters open and grommets and occur in 4 heats competing aacht minutes in the knock out system. The class of the grommets, so the U-16-year-old, was launched in this year to meet the greatly increased quality of the youngster. The jury around the Spaniard Juan Carlos Rubio judged ridden waves after the regular competition, launched by the International Federation of surfing, the Association of surfing professionals (ASP),. Variety, control, style, radicalism, creativity, as well as the Repertoire of maneuvers and tricks are the decisive criteria.