Florian Jung

Florian Jung is the first man ever to windsurf in the Alaskan cold waters.

The pro athlete was accompanied by a marine biologist and experienced winds and water temperatures below zero degree Celsius.

Jung tested the windsurfing conditions near the Chenega Glacier (located in Prince William Sound, Kenai Peninsula, USA), a very unstable ice rock.

Because of the low temperatures, Florian Jung wore a special neoprene wetsuit.

He is sponsored by HiFly, Fiat, Gun Sails, Dakine and Surf Action.

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