Photo: Si Crowther


Photo: Si Crowther


Photo:John Carter






Gran Canaria pt. 2

So after not have been sailing for almost two weeks over here it has finally started to be windy. The last two days has offered some good wind but no waves. It seems like the wind will stay a solid south swell is hitting this afternoon and will stick around for a couple of days. So I hope to score some good conditions and get some action shots for you!

Keep you guys posted,


Looking forward to some good conditions the next couple of days.

Gran Canaria pt.1

So, I have been on Gran Carnaria almost a week now. It hasn’t been windy so I have been surfing, working out and trained Muay Thai.


Fun Muay Thai session with Dario and the rest of the Tatami 211 crew.

Even if there is no wind I kind of like to be here. It’s really quiet but after a couple of days you get used to it and it’s really nice to just be able to focus on training and getting ready for these windy days, which seems to be here next week.

Pozo streets

The empty streets of Pozo

As I said above it seems like we are in for some wind next week. Not to much but still good to get out there and sail and practice! I’m so motivated to train hard for this year and really happy to be able to spend some time down here!

Keep you posted,

Spring news

The competition season is getting closer and I have booked my first trip of the year. I’m heading to Gran Canaria early April to practice for the upcoming comps. I feel it’s the right thing to do as I lack a bit of consistency in my port tack moves and hopefully get some more moves in the bag for the summer.  I really do look forward to it as I haven’t windsurfed for more then a month now and really want to sail a lot.


Pozo. Photo: Jose Pina

But I have had time to focus on my fitness etc. I also had a presentation for my sponsors one evening talking about last year and my goals for this season..


Presentation for my great sponsors. Photo: Patric Henriksson

Thanks to all my sponsors for making this possible!

Keep you guys posted,



So the winter has been pretty lame lately, not much wind and cold weather. But we are slowly going towards spring!

That has given me time to do other stuff though. I have been training a lot, released a new video with action from this winter, had a evening with a presentation for my sponsors and planned this year.

My plan is to go to Gran Canaria later this spring to practice for the upcoming season. I feel that I need to get super solid with my port tack, so that feels like a good decision!

The latest episode in the Viking Diaries has been going really good. Thanks to everyone who have watched it and for the nice comments!

Some exiting stuff is in the lineup for the season so stay tuned for good news!


Presentations at Peder Skrivares skola

Thanks to everyone who came and listened to me this Tuesday! I hope I got to inspire some of you, I think it’s really important to encourage young people to follow their dreams!


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The Viking Diaries #12

Start of the winter and concussion


The winter has started great here in Sweden with good wind and waves. Unfortunately I suffered a concussion last time I sailed so has to stay off the water and recover for a while now. A bit frustrating as I felt good on the water but I’ll be back stronger!

Keep you posted!


Clip from my latest session, filmed by Mikael Linder

Maui Pt.2

So, we got started on the first day. It was absolute carnage. Double mast high sets and maybe 10 knots of wind. The channel was closing out all the time. I watched the trial heats and the channel was open maybe once every 25th minute. I was in the first heat of the comp and it was still super light wind on the inside. I almost passed the channel but got taken out by a giant set and got punished down in lanes. Unfortunately I didn’t get out in time for my heat so lost that one. I was really bummed because I enjoy these big waves and wanted to show what I can do when it big like that. Well, no need to be bummed because I still had the double elimination. There I was against Victor Fernandez and Jaeger Stone who’s ranked 2nd and 3rd on the world ranking. I cached one good wave in the beginning but the the wind was too light for me to make it back up wind to get a solid 2nd wave. I actually was going through until the last minute and only lost with 1,3 points so I’m still stoked!

Now I have have some free time and free sailing during the lay days here. Looking forward to one more week of windsurfing and to get some good footage to my Viking Diaries!

Keep you posted,



Bottom turning at Hookipa during the double elimination. Photo JC | PWA

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Lanes action. Two last photos: Mikael Linder

Maui pt. 1

So, I have arrived on Maui for the final event on the PWA wave world tour!
It was a long trip but it went super smooth. Tomorrow it looks like there is some big swell and wind so we will probably start the comp!

Fingers crossed and I’ll do my absolute best!

Keep you posted!


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Photo: Mikael Linder

PWA wold cup Sylt | Germany

Well, the event here on Sylt in Germany didn’t really get any wind. There was enough to do one slalom elimination but for the wave fleet and freestylers there was no action for the whole event. It’s a bit of a shame because it is such a huge event and so many spectators.

We had some action with tow in and SUP-races which was fun and entertaining for the crowds.

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Fun time with the Jumbo SUP race. Phots: John Carter / PWA

Now I’m looking forward to get home and get time on the water to practice for the next event.

Kepp you posted,