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FIRST PLACE Hood Jam 2016

Wooooooow, still can’t believe I won the Hood Jam 2016, a big international wakestyle competition in Hood River, Oregon. After training the whole summer in Hood River and improving everyday I felt ready for the Hood Jam.


My first heat went pretty well, I was landing my tricks and qualified as 4th women for the final. I knew I had to step up my game if I wanted to make it to the podium.


In the final I was as focused as I could be and ended up landing my best tricks on each feature. I couldn’t be more happy and it was the best feeling riding those heats.


I couldn’t believe hearing the results and going home with the win of the #HoodJam2016. What an honor and what a good way to end the season in Hood River.


It was a great summer together with Alex and the hard work we did payed of! We both joined the same international kiteboard team of the best brand on the market.. Find out more in my next update!



Hood Jam Wild Card Video

After the Triple S invitational in North Carolina we travelled to the West Coast to find ourselves in the best kitepark in the world, the Slider Project. We had an amazing time in Hood River and trained harder than ever to get better in park riding and to film the wildcard video for the Hood Jam 2016, international wakestyle competition.

My First Triple S

I couldn’t be more happy with winning the wildcard video contest for the Triple S invitational and having the oppurtinity to compete in the biggest wakestyle event of the year. It was challenging to compete in my first wakestyle event with barely any experience of riding features with a kite, but it was a great experience. I ended up with a 5th place and was more motivated than ever to train in the best kite park in the world located in the Columbia River, Hood River, called the Slider Project.

Triple S invitational rider shot:

Rail hit during the Triple S invitational:

Kicker hit during the Triple S invitational:

Autograph Session at Real Watersports:

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