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Welsh National Championships underway this weekend

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Welsh National Surfing Championships

Welsh Surfing Feeration
Freshwater West, Pembrokeshire
2 - 4 May 2015

Fifteen Welsh national titles to be decided at Freshwater West

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 1 May, 2015 - Pembrokeshire, Wales - This year’s Welsh National Surfing Championships in association with MiPost and Rusty is ON for this weekend, May 2nd, 3rd and 4th at the usual venue of Freshwater West, Pembrokeshire.

The contest is the most prestigious Welsh Surfing Federation event of the year, bringing together competitors of all ages to compete for one of 15 National Titles as well as places in the National Team to compete at European and World level.

The forecast suggests competitors will face a multitude of conditions ranging from pumping to monstrous. With the weather also set to be changeable it will be a challenging weekend for surfers and officials alike.

Last year’s Open Champion James Jones (Gower) has shown good form in the early part of 2015 and will look to successfully defend his title from hotly tipped local surfers Alex Morris, Harry Cromwell and some of Wales’s best young surfers Max Payne, Rhys Poulton and Rhys Barfield.

Emily Williams could make history if she’s able to defend both her Women’s Open and U18 Girls titles for the third time from a record entry. With past champs Gwen Spurlock and Jo Dennison returning the competition will be tough to say the least.

The WSF wishes all our competitors and officials alike the very best of luck at the event and would like to pass on our sincere thanks to our sponsors MiPost, Rusty, FCS and Gorilla (through HolySport UK) the National Trust and Pembrokeshire Parks for allowing us to use Freshwater West once again.

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