THE WORLD’S LEADING TECHNOLOGY FOR STANDING WAVES

Vienna, June 17, 2019. Surf competition in the middle of Shopping City Süd: 64 top surfers competed in Vienna for the second stop of the citywave® pro World Tour 2019 last weekend. In fantastic summer weather, the international surf elite thrilled the approximately 2000 spectators with spectacular turns („throwing buckets“) and tricks. After two exciting competition days, Rosina Neuerer (19) and Lenny Weinhold (18) secured the victory. Nicolas Marusa (15) prevailed in the juniors (U16), the masters (40+) could Dr. med. Florian Kummer decide for himself.
The Munich Eisbachsurfer Simon Bitterlich (19) and Joshi Holy (18) finished second and third in the men’s category. Laura Haustein (21) and Valeska Schneider (27), also from Munich, secured themselves a place on the podium among the women. In the juniors, the Israeli Yuval Ben Hayun, winner of the tour start in Hadera, was able to convince the jury again and took second place ahead of Celine Dornick. Right behind Florian Kummer, Maros Nemec and Elias Volkmer showed the best tricks in the Masters. There was a prize money of 10,000 euros and ranking points for the „Race to Tokyo“.
After Hadera/Israel, the Shopping City Süd in Vienna is the second venue for the first worldwide competition tour in Stationary Waveriding. The 800 square meter mobile SCS Multiplex citywave® was attended by 25 men, 16 women, 10 juniors and 13 participants of the citywave® pro World Tour Austria Masters.
Neuerer and Weinhold were both able to build on their successes in Israel, thus extending their lead in the tour ranking. The local top favorites Johanna Lackner and Daniel Brunnhuber fought with the support of the audience through the international field of participants to the finals and each occupied the fourth place in their category. All in all, surfers from seven countries travelled to prove their skills on the standing wave.
„This is definitely the highest level I’ve ever experienced in a competition of this kind,“ said Rainer Klimaschewski, creator and CEO of citywave.
At the World Tour Riders Party on Saturday evening, the spectators celebrated together with the surf stars on the platform to DJ Sound by Radio Superfly.
More impressions from the contest weekend can be found at #CPWT on social media and on the Media page.
If you haven’t made it to Vienna, you can already mark the weekend from the 5th to the 7th of July 2019 on the calendar. Then the citywave® pro World Tour continues to Zurich for the third stop, providing a captivating surfing atmosphere and holiday feeling in the middle of the city in the Swiss metropolis. If you cannot be there, you have the opportunity to follow the events on Facebook via livestream.

More information can be found at https://citywave.de/citywave-pro-world-tour/.
Impressions, current information and photos of the competitions also at: https://www.instagram.com/citywave.de/

About the citywave® pro World Tour

The citywave® Pro World Tour (CPWT) is a newly established competition series for surfing on a standing wave. With the motto “Race to Tokyo” the best surfers compete against each other at seven citywave® locations. They collect ranking points for the grand finale of the tour in the runup to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Thanks to CPWT surfing on the standing wave is continuing to establish itself worldwide as an independent sport alongside classic surfing in the ocean.

About citywave®

citywave® brings the surf culture to the world’s cities and enables surfing at the highest level in an urban environment. Whether beginner, advanced or professional surfer – the endless wave can be individually created within seconds at the push of a button and adjusted in size, shape and water volume. In addition, the citywave® is available as a mobile, movable system as well as a stationary fixed installation. The citywave® was invented and developed by Rainer Klimaschewski and his wife Susi Klimaschewski in Munich.

The patented Deep-Water-Technology makes it possible to use surfboards with fins. Besides surfing, the citywave® is suitable for a variety of other water sports such as stand up paddling, longboarding or bodyboarding. Due to its modular system, citywave® can be built in different sizes and can be installed almost anywhere because of its small footprint. Today, more than 1000 surfing enthusiasts enjoy an unforgettable surf experience every day at the citywave® locations in Hadera (Israel), Lucerne, Madrid, Monteux, Moscow, Munich, Osnabrück, Saint Gilles, Tokyo, Vienna and Zurich.

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citywave press contact: press@citywave.de
Tel.: +49 (0) 89 8952070
www.citywave.de

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