King Hogar Windsurf Extreme Jump 2014: a different day in Las Palmas

The King Hogar Windsurf Extreme Jump 2014 has debuted in Las Palmas, in the Canary Islands.

The tow-in ramp contest attracted riders and many spectators. With the helping hand of Thomas Traversa, the local crew installed a ramp in the in the middle of the harbor.

Although didn't not appear to help boosting windsurfers up the ramp, boat power was enough to get the show running.

Jonas Ceballos and Eleazar Alonso, the organizers of the inaugural King Hogar Windsurf Extreme Jump, are already planning a 2015 edition.

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