The second tour stop of the newly founded "European Freestyle ProKids Tour" took place on Fehmarn from 13th to 16th May 2010. Fehmarn offers the perfect spot for freestyle eliminations because of its great flat water area.
The Netherlands dominated this event with two riders, Rick Jendrusch (H-120, Starboard, Severne) and Tim Ruyssenaars (NED-66) and four kids under the age of 20 took part in this competition.
The other two competitors were Valentin Boeckler (GER-315, Tabou, Pro Limit) and Julian Wiemar (GER-2111) from Germany. So it became a freestyle battle between the Netherlands and Germany. Despite of the rainy, cold weather and wind conditions of up to 25 knots, the kids completed three freestyle eliminations. The Dutch talent Rick Jendrusch showed off his full freestyle form, already in the first elimination. The second place went to 17-year old Valentin Boeckler. On position three and four we had Tim Ruyssenaars and Julian Wiemar.
In the following two eliminations, the two kids from the Netherlands clearly pulled off their ultimate freestyle skills and left the Germans behind them.
At the end of the day Rick Jendrusch became the overall winner of the first "European Freestyle Pro Kids Tour" stop on Fehmarn. The second place went to Tim Ruyssenaars. Position three and four went to the two Germans, Valentin Boeckler and Julian Wiemar.