Max and I seem to have the same approach to wakeboarding. Whenever we get out on the water we have that big smile on our faces. Jochen Russmann noticed that and made a concept. This video is the result of it, a very professionally made video that shows a different look at wakeboarding.
At Wake of Steel they have a new cable (not a System 2.0) which wasn’t running the first day of practice so we had the day off and went to Fetzy’s World. We were Brenton Priestley, Ben Leclair, Massi Piffaretti, Szebi Szolath, Antoine Allaux, Fetzy and my girl, so a good crew to have a fun day out on his lake, Salmsee.
This is a little GoPro clip from the wakesurfing we did.
And this is Fetzy’s edit from the System2 action. Fun A-Frame!
Incredible story of Mark Mathews, a big wave surfer for O’Neill. He is known for charging the biggest and gnarliest waves, but it wasn’t always this way. He had to conquer his fear before he could conquer these giants.
I’m sitting in a train from the Allgäu all the way to Berlin. What these two places share is the country they are situated in, not much besides that.
Mountains, little villages, cows, all dominated by green in summer and white in winter, that’s where I’m from. High-rise buildings, traffic, countless shops and stores, party, all dominated by grey in summer and grey in winter, that’s where I’m going. At least this is how it would be shown in a picture-book.Or how our teachers or the media would tell us about it, narrow-minded without any interest to take a closer look.