CASPER STEINFATH: ON A TEAR FOR A WORLD TITLE

Casper’s legendary stoke and aloha spirit is something that makes him a great waterman. That, plus the fact that he trains in the furiously cold waters of Denmark throughout the year.

CASPER STEINFATH:  ON A TEAR FOR A WORLD TITLE


Casper came out strong in London for the APP World Tour as a top contender in both the Sprints and Distance races. On the London Distance course, he placed 4th after some heated (literally, it was hot!) battles with the Hasulyo brothers.


In the Sprints in the U.K. Casper gave chase to a ferocious Kai Lenny to finish an impressive 2nd awarding him an Overall 3rd place win for the London SUP Open.


After the action in New York, Casper is currently ranked 3rd Overall in the race for a world title.  He put on a performance, as ever, in the Sprint races in Long Beach in and out of the surf zone and held on for the Top 10 in the Statue of Liberty race.


Competing in the heart of the huge metropolitan of New York is something that I have always dreamed of! Paddling around Lady Liberty was next level and one of my coolest racing experiences to date. I had to pinch myself. Put it on your bucket list!”  – Casper Steinfath, APP World Tour athlete

Casper Steinfath celebrates after winning the Red Bull Heavy Water Stand Up Paddleboard Race in San Francisco, CA, USA on 20 October, 2017

RED BULL HEAVY WATER: A WILD CARD EVENT


But, who can forget Casper’s legendary performance at the Red Bull Heavy Water last season wherein the mighty Dane proved his worth by battling the tumultuous seas and raging currents to claim his crown there?


The Red Bull Heavy Water is the APP World Tour’s Wild Card event.  Athlete’s may replace any distance score from any stop on the tour with their Red Bull Heavy Water standings if they so choose.  Minding that, we know the Viking King Casper Steinfath is still a massive force to contend with in this race for a world championship. See you in San Francisco!


Written by:  Evelyn O’Doherty Online Editor / APP World Tour