EVEN ROBB WEBB IS WINNER OF CSWC BURNERS, WOMAN COMPETITORS MARKED GREAT RESULTS
Robb Webb was winner, second place marked amazing woman competitor
Filip Rudzinski, CSWC official judge fully focus on the competitors
CSWC in Burners - North Carolina proved once again that female cigar enthusiasts are more than capable of competing in this CSWC challenge. Among nearly 20 participants, the majority of whom were male competitors, two amazing female competitors focused their entire attention and concentration on the competition cigars and achieved amazing results at the end of the race.
So proud and happy to see the USA season progress so well with so many great competitors on the field. I am especially proud of all of the female competitors who have achieved outstanding results this season. - Marko Bilic, CSWC Founder
Annemarie Irvon took high 2nd position
Competitors in het of the competition
The full house at Burner cigar lounge adds to the nice competition spirit and adds a great sense of fun and challenge. Franklin Kleckner did an outstanding job as a judge by ensuring that, despite the entertaining and challenging nature of the event, the spirit of fair play and adherence to all rules was maintained. Ross Bulla managed to focus on his cigar for 1 hour and 7 minutes in that environment, placing third. Annemarie Irvon, an amazing woman, deserved a huge second place with 1 hour, 12 minutes, and 21 seconds of smoking time. Robb Webb took first place with a time of 1 hour, 31 minutes, and 19 seconds.
CSWC is always time spent in the fun of challange
Starting of the competition fire
Top constructions of Rocky Patel cigars served well all competitors
Full house in Burners cigar lounge, great atmosphere of CSWC round