Kenneth Danielsen: watch out your landings

It's was a Simmer show down in the final at the Supremesurf Big Days in Germany last Thursday.

Upcoming star, Kenneth Danielsen (D-38) and world #4 Klaas Voget (G-4) presented their best performance with massive one-handed backloops, taka's, double forwards.

But in the end Kenneth had a better heat and claimed the crown.

Kenneth reveals, "It was almost 10 hours of travelling from Klitmöller to here, butit really had paid off. A great contest. I’m super happy that I have won!"

Check the video highlights. Congratulations Kenneth!

Final Results:

1. Kenneth Danielsen
2. Klaas Voget
3. Lars Gobisch
4. Philip Köster
5. Matze Bade
6. Leon Jamaer, Florian Behringer, Christian Winderlich
9. Stefan Gobisch, Henrik Jamaer, Florian Jung, Daniel Schenk

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