CHRISTIAN WACH at Noosa Festival of Surfing
Seaglass Project Tom Wegener
CHRISTIAN WACH-Noosa Festival of Surfing
A young bloke called Christian Wach has been spending the last few weeks in the company of like minded people at Noosa and just happened to compete in, the Tom Wegener’s Finless Pro Division at the Noosa Festival of Surfing.
It doesn’t end here however; Christian opted to ride one of Tom Wegener’s Seaglass Project models that Tom designed for Global Surf Industries. In Christians words “the board was super fast and easy to ride, and paddled faster too”. A Seaglass Project finless board was part of the prize for the Finless Pro Division
CHRISTIAN WACH at the Noosa Festival of Surfing
Needless to say Christian won this event, and what was remarkable it happens to be the first Pro Finless competition for all types of finless boards ever. It seems another first for Noosa and a young bloke called Christian Wach.
In a totally unselfish gesture Christian decided to sell the Tom Wegener Seaglass board he won, and donate the profits, (read 100%), towards the Japanese Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami Relief Fund (Red Cross). Christian is also known for doing artwork designs on boards and for a small fee offered his artwork on the bottom of the board, the fee also being donated to the fund.
Wanna Buy? firstname.lastname@example.org will put you in the running.
Christian says “I have so many friends and supporters in Japan, their stoke, loyalty, and culture is so abundant in our surf industry, and I think the least we could do is help out with the intense struggles the are facing”
What a great gesture by Christian, and he is hoping to raise about $400 + for a “rad board” and going to an “even radder cause”