You have to come to that first.
Markos Aristides Kern founded a surf school in North Korea, drove thousands of kilometers through the dictatorial state to find beaches and lakes for stand-up paddling.
The 38-year-old also organized an art event in the Antarctic, and as a video artist he got to know numerous countries.
Normal finds Kern boring.
Now Kern is dedicated to the sport of the future. He develops systems that combine digital and real movements. Children in particular should benefit from the new sports. For football, his forecast looks rather bleak.