Warsaw Indoor PWA World Cup: do you want one of this for Christmas? | Photo: PWA World Tour

Indoor windsurfing will write a new chapter in the history of wind sports. Poland's National Stadium welcomes the Warsaw Indoor PWA World Cup between 5th and 7th September 2014.

Can you imagine 58,000 spectators watching the world's best windsurfers in a football stadium equipped with a state-of-the-art retractable roof?

Sailors will not ride the green grass. They will race in the gigantic pool that has been installed, spanning 90 metres in length and 33 metres in width.

Artificial wind will blow the arena with 34 enormous fans capable of generating winds of up to 70 km/h, or almost 38 knots.

"Man, I'm just over the moon an indoor event is happening at all!" expressed Poland's very own Maciek Rutkowski

"And to have it in my country in a 50k capacity stadium is a dream come true. And to be a part of it and compete in it?"

"Are you kidding me? I'm just waiting for somebody to kick me in the nuts, and I'll wake up! Unreal."

The 2014 Warsaw Indoor PWA World Cup will feature Slalom, Freestyle, and Jump competitions.

Check out the best setup and training pictures from the indoor windsurfing contest.

Warsaw Indoor PWA World Cup: Polish pride

Warsaw Indoor PWA World Cup: hit the ramp, don't miss it

Warsaw Indoor PWA World Cup: hitting the exit button

Warsaw Indoor PWA World Cup: a windy stadium

Warsaw Indoor PWA World Cup: fan power

Warsaw Indoor PWA World Cup: players ready to hit the pitch

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