Linus Erdmann: Starting the Kitesurf World Cup with tail wind


Linus Erdmann saved himself the title in „freestyle“. The kitepro is starting into the kitesurf world cup 2016 on Fehmarn with tail wind.

With lots of tail wind Linus Erdmann ist starting into the worlcup on Fehmarn. The kitesurf-pro has been a continuing visitor on the podium within the last couple of months. Just like at the Kitesurf Masters in Norderney from august 19th until august 21st.


The last stop of the german championship series on Norderney was important to collect the last couple of points for the rankings. The  preconditions were just perfect: the wind was just as expected, allowing all three disciplines to be sucessfully completed. Right before the finale Linus Erdman – the 2014 german champion – and Marian Hund – the 2015 german champion – shared the top rank with the same points.


The last tourstop on Norderney was supposed to bring the final decision. Both adversaries sucessfully completed the preliminary rounds without any problems, eventually encountering in the finale. Erdmann could win the duel and therefore won the german title in freestyle.


A lot of confidence in the baggage


The aqua-athlete is starting into the Kitesurf World Cup 2016 on Fehmarn with lots of tail wind. He meets the worldwide kite elite there from 26th of august until the 4th of september. The eastsea-island is hosting watersports-athletes from 20 countries competing in freestyle and slalom for the applause from the audience and a great prize money.


You can learn a lot more about everything the kitesurf worldcup 2016 hast to offer by clicking here.


Picture Source: Presse KSM Norderney Finale

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Wrap the trophy and go right on – hopefully capping it all off. InspiredBySports is wishing lot’s of luck to all the athletes.