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A record field of 53 windsurfers has registered for the 2013 Tiree Wave Classic. It is the most prestigious and longest standing competition of its type and takes place on the Inner Hebridean isle of Tiree. The impressive tally beats the previous record of 52, which occurred in the special 25th anniversary year of 2011. […]Continue Reading →
Jim Brooks-Dowsett – Event Organiser from Puravida Boardriders reports from a stunning and sun drenched Isle of Tiree Set to a stunning back drop of Sunny Tiree the first day’s registration and briefing was under way. You can hardly believe it’s October in some kind of heat wave, with Ben and Bubble paddle boarding from […]Continue Reading →
The 2013 Tiree Wave Classic is just around the corner, the event kicks off on the 12th October and runs until the 18th, with a whole host of amateur, youth, master and pro wavesailors heading to the Hebrides. The 2013 contest is all about the amateur fleets and helping everyone progress their windsurfing through fun […]Continue Reading →
Tiree failed to deliver conditions big or long enough to run Pro elimination heats. However, Balephuil served up some impressive waves and hosted a Pro’s Expression competition.Reigning champ Ben Proffitt beating the 2012 tour leader, Phil Horrocks into 2nd. Cornwall hero Andy King closely behind with 3rd and Sam Neal a well deserved 4th. The […]Continue Reading →
TIREE WAVE CLASSIC BUILDING TO A THRILLING CLIMAX Cornwall windsurfer Ian Ross emerged as the leader of the amateur fleet as the 2012 Tiree Wave Classic continued in inconsistent conditions. The 36-year-old beat Wales’ Alfie Hart into second place, with Scottish regular Scottie McDowell third and Bangor University student Tom Bennett-Lloyd fourth. They battled through […]Continue Reading →
Introduction The BWA Future Pro’s Youth Camp
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