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World champions make it happen at the Cold Water Classic.

The third edition of the Cold Water Classic lived up to its name: the Duinenwater lake's temperature gauge showed 10degrees celcius while there was also a lot of "cold water" falling from the sky.
Not to worry though as the 130 participants, together with their companions, made it a heartwarming weekend.
Beforehand, the race management was able to announce that the '25 edition will consist of three days, which made many participants decide to book their overnight stays. As it turned out, this had not been easy over the past Easter weekend.

The competition itself offered everything a high-level wakeboarding competition had to offer: perfect timing and organisation from the Lakeside team, assisted by an International Jury and world-renowned commentator.
The world champions present lived up to their role: Julia Rick (D) won the open women, Max Milde (D) the open men, Jan Luca Schulz (D) wrote the junior man on his record, Magnus Kristiansen (Norway) did the same in the wakeskaters and local world champion in the masters Glen Van Den Berghe (Bel) finished nicely second.

Also worth mentioning were the prestatise of Inge Nys (Bel) who snatched second place in the seated, and Noah Ferson who took third place in the open men's wakeskating.