Ladies only CSWC

Cigar slow smoking history was recently made at a Time Chase event at the Green Room cigar lounge in Turin, Italy. For the first time ever an event connected to the competition featured only women. 

“This is an incredible initiative, and we are thrilled to see more and more women participating,” Ivana Vrdoljak, Club Mareva Vice President, says. “The current world record holder, Klaudia Ide, is an example of how women may truly build and impact CSWC history. With this initiative, the Italian ladies have put the wind in women’s sails, motivating all ladies to participate in CSWC events.”

The queen of the competition, Maria Taravella, absolutely dominated by pushing her cigar for an impressive 1 hour and 14 minutes and 20 seconds. But let’s not forget about the amazing second place finisher, Barbara Cais, who managed to keep her cigar going for 1 hour and 08 minutes and 40 seconds. And a huge congratulations to Daniela Lopreiato for securing the third place spot with such a short distance from 2nd place with time of 1 hour and 08 minutes and 12 seconds.

“We can definitely expect more of these amazing women-only CSWC competitions in the future. It’s so exciting to see women making their mark in the cigar world and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. We can’t wait to see what’s next.”

Nachdem Simon Lundh 2005 sein Ingenieursdiplom in Vermessungstechnik erwarb, entschied er sich für eine journalistische Laufbahn. Er entdeckte die Welt der Zigarren während er für eine nichtstaatliche Organisation in Estelí, Nicaragua, arbeitete und verdient seinen Lebensunterhalt nun größtenteils mit Artikeln über Zigarren, Metal Music und Tattoos sowie Reiseberichten.


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