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04/23/2013 - created by Chris Yates


Leon Jamaer battles it out against some Cold Hawaii liquid mountains

The cold conditions didn’t prevent Leon Jamaer (Fanatic / Hot Sails Maui) taking on the superb conditions that Cold Hawaii, Klitmoeller, Denmark, produced over the last weekend. With air and sea temperatures in the 5-7 degrees region the German and his friends battled the elements to score a couple of great sessions.

Cold Hawaii is considered one of the wave gems of Europe with the unrelenting North Sea producing world class waves, which are often accompanied by howling winds to create a wave sailors heaven and this was the case just a few days ago.

Jamaer excels in the huge surf as he boosts monumental backloops and tweaked pushloops, whilst on the wave the twenty-three year old shows no fear as he attacks the lip, whilst pulling off superb front and backside wave 360s. Jamaer is joined in the radical conditions by Max Droege, Leif Bischoff and his brother Henrik Jamaer.

To see Jamaer and his friends scoring Cold Hawaii at it’s finest click here.

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