HISTORY was made on Tuesday when the country’s top 28 surfers rocked up for the first contest to be held at Lynmouth.
The Relentless Evolution Series was dreamed up with the idea of taking the best surfers to the best spots in the UK on the best day.
With a £5,000 prize purse the stakes were high at the invitation-only event. Read the rest of this entry »
The Redbull Break 5 contest drew teams of 5 surfers from across the country to the beautiful National Trust owned Sandymouth beach over the weekend. The event, now in its second year, was billed as aiming to recapture the legendary good times and camaraderie of the surf events from back in the day, and they achieved just that and then some. Read the rest of this entry »
Croyde Surf Club are a hardy bunch and they proved that in spades on Sunday with the running of the Eyeball Surf Classic.
The first challenge of the morning was to get the marquee up and secured against the howling Westerly gale buffeting the bay, a feat that required greater number of heavy duty anchors than at any time in the clubs history, job done the BBQ was fired up the hot drinks flowed. Read the rest of this entry »
“Bucket and spade weather”
The sun blazed over Woolacombe today as the the Boardriders held the first contest of 2011, The Tony Renyard memorial. Read the rest of this entry »
“Sun, waves and burgers in the bay”
Croyde Surf Club held the first contest of the 2011 season in chunky conditions today. The kids got battered on the beach and the guys went all in at the point. Loads of paddling, rips, rocks and someone going left…..another classic for sure. Read the rest of this entry »
Croyde Surf Club ran the Steve McKewan memorial contest today, the delayed finale of the clubs 2010 season was a brutal test of endurance for the groms sent to test the monstrous conditions…..a historic moment saw the guys elect to surf the all-in Open shoot-out at the point where Ossian claimed victory.
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The Tiki National Interclubs was hosted by Croyde Surf Club at the weekend. Surfers from across the country kicked off in chunky challenging swell on Saturday, some even struggling to make it out. Read the rest of this entry »
The Jesus Classic came back to Croyde for its 18th running, and a host of riders descended to do battle in the 3ft onshore ramp fest. Read the rest of this entry »