Nick Jacobsen: nice angle

Nick Jacobsen won the Danish championship last Saturday on the 18th of September. It was an amazing event with a huge crowd.

The conditions were perfect, the water was glassy and the wind was strong. It was about 30 knots of breeze and waist deep water. The sun was shining and it was not cold even though the wind was hammering from west.

Due to these perfect conditions the competition level was very high. There were a lot of amazing air passes in almost every single battle.

Nick Jacobsen won both single elimination and double elimination. Both finals were between Timo Sandler and Nick Jacobsen. Nick Jacobsen made the championship with his Hadlow kites once again. Nick Jacobsen has been competing for quite some years now. In 2005 Nick Jacobsen came in as number 5 in PKRA, Tarifa in Spain.

The Danish Championship took place in a small town called Farø in the southern part of Denmark. This place is known for its strong wind. After the competition a huge party was held in a local nightclub called Emil where the winners of the Danish Championship was awarded.

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