Thomas Traversa: ready for the Cornish challenge

The third mission of the Red Bull Storm Chase 2014 is on. The four finalists will battle the most extreme maritime conditions in Cornwall, United Kingdom.

Competitors and crew are already traveling to the Cornish coast. The forecast is incredible, with predicted wind speed of up to 110 km/h (60 knots), and wave height up to 11 meters (35 feet).

The four finalists - Marcilio Browne, Dany Bruch, Thomas Traversa and Leon Jamaer - will give their best in an epic competition of man versus nature.

The decisive mission of the Red Bull Storm Chase 2014 will hit the water between 8th-9th February. The spot for competition will only be decided at the last minute, depending on the actual wave and wind conditions on Saturday.

The first (Brandon Bay, Ireland) and second (Marrawah, Tasmania) missions of Red Bull Storm Chase 2014 were conquered by Thomas Traversa. Will he steal the event title?

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