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Windsurfers brave 115kmh Red Bull Storm Chase winds

Updated : 2019-03-11 16:27:46

World’s best tackle stormy conditions in Ireland on Day 1 of the event. Red Bull Storm Chase has begun in Magheraroarty, Ireland with riders battling stormy seas and huge waves. Here is all you need to know:

Red Bull Storm Chase windsurfing competition has begun in Magheraroarty, Ireland with riders battling stormy seas and huge waves. Eight of the world’s best and most adventurous windsurfers have travelled to County Donegal, in the Northwest corner of the country, to take part in the event which challenges them to perform tricks in extremely stormy conditions. Wave size reached mast-high, and gusty winds hovered between 30 and 60 knots, which is approximately 55-110kmh. // Philip Koester of Germany performs at Red Bull Storm Chase in Magheraroarty, Ireland on March 10, 2019. // Sebastian Marko / Red Bull Content Pool
Red Bull Storm Chase windsurfing competition has begun in Magheraroarty, Ireland with riders battling stormy seas and huge waves. Eight of the world’s best and most adventurous windsurfers have travelled to County Donegal, in the Northwest corner of the country, to take part in the event which challenges them to perform tricks in extremely stormy conditions. Wave size reached mast-high, and gusty winds hovered between 30 and 60 knots, which is approximately 55-110kmh. // Philip Koester of Germany performs at Red Bull Storm Chase in Magheraroarty, Ireland on March 10, 2019. // Sebastian Marko / Red Bull Content Pool
Red Bull Storm Chase windsurfing competition has begun in Magheraroarty, Ireland with riders battling stormy seas and huge waves. Eight of the world’s best and most adventurous windsurfers have travelled to County Donegal, in the Northwest corner of the country, to take part in the event which challenges them to perform tricks in extremely stormy conditions. Wave size reached mast-high, and gusty winds hovered between 30 and 60 knots, which is approximately 55-110kmh. // Ricardo Campello of Venezuela shows his tricks at Red Bull Storm Chase in Magheraroarty, Ireland on March 10, 2019. // Sebastian Marko / Red Bull Content Pool
Red Bull Storm Chase windsurfing competition has begun in Magheraroarty, Ireland with riders battling stormy seas and huge waves. Eight of the world’s best and most adventurous windsurfers have travelled to County Donegal, in the Northwest corner of the country, to take part in the event which challenges them to perform tricks in extremely stormy conditions. Wave size reached mast-high, and gusty winds hovered between 30 and 60 knots, which is approximately 55-110kmh. // Ricardo Campello of Venezuela shows his tricks at Red Bull Storm Chase in Magheraroarty, Ireland on March 10, 2019. // Sebastian Marko / Red Bull Content Pool
Red Bull Storm Chase windsurfing competition has begun in Magheraroarty, Ireland with riders battling stormy seas and huge waves. Eight of the world’s best and most adventurous windsurfers have travelled to County Donegal, in the Northwest corner of the country, to take part in the event which challenges them to perform tricks in extremely stormy conditions. Wave size reached mast-high, and gusty winds hovered between 30 and 60 knots, which is approximately 55-110kmh. // Jaeger Stone of Australia performs at Red Bull Storm Chase in Magheraroarty, Ireland on March 10, 2019. // Joerg Mitter / Red Bull Content Pool
Red Bull Storm Chase windsurfing competition has begun in Magheraroarty, Ireland with riders battling stormy seas and huge waves. Eight of the world’s best and most adventurous windsurfers have travelled to County Donegal, in the Northwest corner of the country, to take part in the event which challenges them to perform tricks in extremely stormy conditions. Wave size reached mast-high, and gusty winds hovered between 30 and 60 knots, which is approximately 55-110kmh. // Jaeger Stone of Australia performs at Red Bull Storm Chase in Magheraroarty, Ireland on March 10, 2019. // Joerg Mitter / Red Bull Content Pool
Red Bull Storm Chase windsurfing competition has begun in Magheraroarty, Ireland with riders battling stormy seas and huge waves. Eight of the world’s best and most adventurous windsurfers have travelled to County Donegal, in the Northwest corner of the country, to take part in the event which challenges them to perform tricks in extremely stormy conditions. Wave size reached mast-high, and gusty winds hovered between 30 and 60 knots, which is approximately 55-110kmh. // Jaeger Stone of Australia seen at the Red Bull Storm Chase in Magheraroarty, Ireland on March 10, 2019. // Sebastian Marko / Red Bull Content Pool
Red Bull Storm Chase windsurfing competition has begun in Magheraroarty, Ireland with riders battling stormy seas and huge waves. Eight of the world’s best and most adventurous windsurfers have travelled to County Donegal, in the Northwest corner of the country, to take part in the event which challenges them to perform tricks in extremely stormy conditions. Wave size reached mast-high, and gusty winds hovered between 30 and 60 knots, which is approximately 55-110kmh. // Jaeger Stone of Australia seen at the Red Bull Storm Chase in Magheraroarty, Ireland on March 10, 2019. // Sebastian Marko / Red Bull Content Pool
Red Bull Storm Chase windsurfing competition has begun in Magheraroarty, Ireland with riders battling stormy seas and huge waves. Eight of the world’s best and most adventurous windsurfers have travelled to County Donegal, in the Northwest corner of the country, to take part in the event which challenges them to perform tricks in extremely stormy conditions. Wave size reached mast-high, and gusty winds hovered between 30 and 60 knots, which is approximately 55-110kmh. // Ricardo Campello of Venezuela performs at the Red Bull Storm Chase in Magheraroarty, Ireland on March 10, 2019. // Joerg Mitter / Red Bull Content Pool
Red Bull Storm Chase windsurfing competition has begun in Magheraroarty, Ireland with riders battling stormy seas and huge waves. Eight of the world’s best and most adventurous windsurfers have travelled to County Donegal, in the Northwest corner of the country, to take part in the event which challenges them to perform tricks in extremely stormy conditions. Wave size reached mast-high, and gusty winds hovered between 30 and 60 knots, which is approximately 55-110kmh. // Ricardo Campello of Venezuela performs at the Red Bull Storm Chase in Magheraroarty, Ireland on March 10, 2019. // Joerg Mitter / Red Bull Content Pool
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