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05/26/2011 - created by Andrew Buchanan

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We welcome Poland's Jakub Kosmowski back after battling with injury for the past two years.

He's been out the loop with a terrible run of injuries, but we've finally heard some good news from Jakub Kosmowski (RRD / Simmer / Dakine), who's now fit, well, and focusing on charging full power.

Over to Jacub to explain:

"Problems with my hand didn’t let me start in the World Cup on the Canary Islands in '10 so my season was over before it even started. Well maybe with one exception in Podersdorf. The last event in 2010 was the event in Sylt, Germany. It was the same date as my final operation on my hand so I decided I will not compete for that season. Then it was winter and my negotiations with the sponsors about next year. Then I made the decision…

I’ve chosen the place and since April this year I’m living in Fuerteventura! At this moment I know I will stay here for another year. What then and how I will decide later.

So let’s concentrate on what I will do here. First of all let me send big thanks and appreciation to my sponsors which are supporting me in this season as well. I will still be riding RRD boards, sail on Simmer Style sails and use accessories from Da Kine. These companies after two years of injuries are still supporting my sailing and made it possible to move here and send you news from Fuerte!"

For more information, including photos, video and regular blog updates. Check out Jakub's website @ www.pol288.com

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