Philip Köster: a push loop into heaven | Photo: Cold Hawaii

Philip Köster has delivered a flawless wave windsurfing performance to steal the Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup 2015, in Klitmoller, Denmark.

The howling winds of the North Sea crowned a new king. And he comes from Germany. Philip Köster secured his second victory of the year against an in-form Victor Fernandez.

The double elimination final saw Köster landing a superb double forward (9.5 points) in the early minutes. The Spanish answered with an another incredible double forward (8.5 points), but he was not able to get a quality second wave.

"I felt very comfortable on the water today once I changed to my bigger board and sail, which I need because I'm a bit heavier than everyone. For me, it was a perfect day. Everyone heat went great, and I scored my best wave ever here with the 360 in the single elimination," explained Philip Köster.

"I wasn't sure if I was going to win the final because I had one very good wave, but then the second one was a bit sketchy. Overall, I was very happy, though; I'd been watching Victor in the heats before, and he was absolutely ripping, and it was a huge challenge to sail against him."

KIA Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup 2015 | Top 5

1. Philip Köster (Starboard/Severne/Maui Ultra Fins)
2. Victor Fernández (Fanatic/North/MFC)
3. Marcilio Browne (Goya Windsurfing/MFC)
4. Jaeger Stone (Starboard/Severne)
5. Klaas Voget (Fanatic/Simmer/MFC)

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