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Janek Lisewski prepare Adriatic kitesurfing cross

Postby fuu1 » Thu May 09, 2013 9:50 am

Janek on the road to kitesurfing Crown Sea wrote :

"Hello,
my name is Janek Lisewski ( Master Kiteboarding ) and I am a kitesurfer from Poland . In 2011 alone traveled in July from Polish Baltic Sea to Sweden (Swinoujscie - Ystad Kaseberga circle) on Creazy Fly Moo Wii 11m .Distance was over 111 nautical miles (207 km) offshore. I do not use underwriting boat because I think it would be a normal event rather than sports achievement. In March 2012 when attempting to cross the Red Sea in Egypt, El Gouna to the City of Duba in Saudi Arabia, despite favorable forecasts meteo 75 nautical miles and 8 hour flight there was a kite dropped and I waited to be rescued 58 hours .Meanwhile survived the attacks of sharks and jellyfish . I fought the urge, the sun and the powerlessness of the ignorance flowing units. Gave up and survived. Now I'm ready and start preparing for the next challenge of the Adriatic Sea. In May / June I'm going to cross the sea from Croatia to Italy while retaining the previous single form. I do not know anyone in the world who has done that and you know each other?

There is a saying:
"Everyone said that you can not do that but come one man could not hear what the ... and did It"

That's what happened in the Baltic Sea.

I'm looking for hardware support and mental from the company and the people who support the pioneering event. They are open-minded and believe in human power. People who see wider and farther than others. Give me faith in myself and appreciate

My project goal is to kitesurfing CROWN SEA.

Kiteboarding Crown Sea This is my project. I want to try a few of the seas with kite.Long, lonely cross by seas .Baltic sea beat in 2011, almost red sea 2012 but now it's time to test the Adriatic :). .If you want me to advertise your equipment that I need .I leave from Poland for two weeks and on the spot I'm waiting for the appropriate meteorological prognosis.
I am looking for sponsors and logistical assistance in Croatia and Italy"
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Re: Janek Lisewski prepare Adriatic kitesurfing cross

Postby BigPaul » Thu May 09, 2013 10:07 am

Not sure about this one fella, I think I remember reading about you last year, was there not a major rescue effort sent out for you?

I don't wish to crash your dreams so good luck and be careful.

Paul

P.S. Make sure you have the right safety with you, it's not fair to rely on others

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Re: Janek Lisewski prepare Adriatic kitesurfing cross

Postby Toby » Thu May 09, 2013 10:27 am

Yes, same guy!

I am sure this time he will take a knife without his brother telling him ;-)

Good luck!

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Re: Janek Lisewski prepare Adriatic kitesurfing cross

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