2009 British Longboard Union champions

The final round of the British Longboard Championships was held last weekend at Gwithian, based at the Sunset Surf Cafe.

Surf was very small first thing requiring the Juniors/U16's and Ladies in first, but during the afternoon surf picked up from an expected swell, giving the Finals of the Open and Masters a clean 2-3 ft round the corner at South Godrevy.

Ben Skinner is the new British Longboard Union champion.

The overall results are:

Open:       Ben Skinner
Juniors:     Trevellyan Garland
Ladies:      Grace Davies
Masters:    Adrian Howell

The interim event results are...

Open                                           

1. James Parry                                            
2. Sam Bleakley                                       
3. Ben Skinner                                          
4  Ben Howey                                            
       
Juniors

1. Matt Travis
2. Mike Lay
3. Trevellyan Garland
4. Max Welland

Ladies
                                                    
1. Grace Davies                                       
2. Marina Lee                                         
3. Nicola Bunt                                        
4. Becky Stanhope                                  
5. Vicky Johnson


Masters

1. Paul Keenan
2. Adrian Howell
3. Minnow Green
4. Ray Lee

In the new events of U16's

Boys                                            
1. Louis Mavor                                        
2. Keiren Fuzzle                                      
3. Liam Curtis                                          
4. Joe Hornbuckle
5. Ashley Wright

Girls
1. Jenna Richards
2. Lucy Howell
3. Lucy Kent

This was a great finale to the season and a big thanks to all our sponsors, the Sunset Surf Cafe who supplied the venue,food,location and band, Skinners Brewery for the prizes, Swiss and Swallow for the Tee's and the support of Rocky Point, Gwithian Beach and the lifeguards.
A big thanks also to the Judges for making the effort to come down and provide high quality support.

SOURCE: British Longboard Union