Jayce Robinson: elevating British surfing | Photo: Rob Tibbles

Jayce Robinson and Lucy Campbell were crowned winners of the 2014 British National Surf Championships, in Fistral Beach, Cornwall, England.

British surfers are on a mission. The newly-created governing body for the sport of surfing in Great Britain are slowly building the dream: to get a British surfer in the World Surf League.

The goal of putting British surfing in the global scene takes its time, but the future is bright for the young generation. They'll make it, sooner or later.

The 2014 British National Surf Championships proved that the country is ready for the highest flights, even if it means to surf in windy, choppy and stormy conditions until it's dark.

Despite the weather adversity, Robinson and Campbell managed to claim the Open Men and Women titles. A total of 70 surfers competed in the onshore wind affected four-to-six foot waves on offer at Fistral Beach.

"It's been an incredible year for me, one which I have enjoyed immensely, the standard of British surfing is on the rise and I am stoked to take the win amongst some great fellow competitors," said Robinson.

Dave Renaud won the Veterans trophy, and Scott Eastwood took the Masters and Senior divisions.

2014 British National Surf Championships | Final Results

Men
1. Jayce Robinson
2. Seb Smart
3. Jobe Harris
4. Micha Lester

Women
1. Lucy Campbell
2. Keshia Eyre
3. Ellen Harding
4. Emily Currie

Veterans
1. Dave Renaud
2. Roger Knight
3. Tony Good
4. Mark Oliver

Masters
1. Scott Eastwood
2. Joel Gray
3. Martin Connolly
4. James Jones

Seniors
1. Scott Eastwood
2. Sam Smart
3. Oliver Carter
4. Joss Ash

The Chilean big wave surf break of Punta de Lobos and the idyllic Australian point break of Noosa have been officially declared the 9th and 10th World Surfing Reserves, respectively.

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