Surfing at the Munich airport

At the Munich airport various amazing sport events take place. This time a standing surf wave has been build between the two terminals. At the first European surf championships on a standing wave the participants were showing their moves on their boards.

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Find more information about the event (in German) here and here.
Find out more about the famous “Eisbachwelle” in the Munich city centre here.
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