Today is a momentous day for Surfing. The International Olympic committee has chosen our beloved sport to be a “Demonstration Event” at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Born out of Royal Hawaiian Tradition, surfing has become the sport of the people. Today’s decision now gives surfers from Scotland, Wales, England and the Channel Islands a chance to compete for Team GB against the world’s best, on the greatest and most prestigious stage of all…..The Olympic Games.
Over the weekend Junior surfers from around the UK and Europe descended upon Widemouth Bay, Bude for what was to become the largest British Schools Surf Championships in history. Surfers, spectators and staff were welcomed to one of the surfing gem’s of the Cornish coastline by consistent 2-3ft waves glistening in the sunshine that […]
Brilliant Bude overcome Brave Braunton in tight Inter-Schools Battle Bude Haven take coveted Inter Schools Trophy Epic Battle between rivals in sunshine and Waves at Widemouth Bay Surfing GB and UK Pro Surf Association combine to run National Championships New National Junior Rankings scheme taking shape The waves pumped and the sun shone, two […]