30th Jesus Surf Classic (17 – 18 September 2022) – Registration launched for a weekend of surfing celebrations
Event organisers Christian Surfers UK are very excited to be hosting the 30th annual Jesus Surf Classic at its traditional venue of Croyde Bay in North Devon.
Plans are well underway for the weekend of 17-18 September to be full of fantastic surfing action, a skate park and live music, as well as plenty of refreshments and other attractions. Eight surfing categories range from Under 12s through to Over 35s and over £2000 worth of prize money is available. There will also be a Big Move skate contest, which is something we have missed over the previous few years.
Registration is now open (From 5pm on Monday 8th August) and we would encourage all those interested to get your entries in as soon as possible as we know most divisions will sell out very rapidly. You can enter via this link https://www.christiansurfers.co.uk/register/jsc22/ and previous competitors will also receive an email including this.
To register follow the link or go to www.christiansurfers.co.uk Entries will receive a 30th anniversary event T-shirt as well as a memento of the occasion.
The last couple of years have been a little frustrating because of Covid and then last year’s inclement weather preventing the running of the junior divisions, but this year our prayers are that it would be an amazing celebration of the event, with all divisions being held and the skate park set up ready to be used for the weekend.
Plans are also afoot for a Saturday night celebration involving food and music. Throughout the weekend there will be the chance to look back over the 30 years of the event.
We’ll update as plans develop but very much look forward to seeing your in mid-September. A huge thank you to all the volunteers who will be supporting the event along with local churches; Parkdean for hosting it; and the RNLI and other partner organisations for their involvement.
Check out the link for a reminder of last years event https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYie_8Omtv8 – Thanks to Simon cotter