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The first day of spring in the highlands

April 14, 2015


Straight outa the camera, these are the jpegs of a cool ‘day off’ at the Scottish Surfing Championships, held at Thurso over Easter weekend. Congratulations to Chris Noble who retained his title under severe pressure form Scott Main. Click on the photo to view full size.

Scottish Champs 2014

May 11, 2014


It was a privilege to be invited up north again by the Scottish Surfing Federation (SSF) at the end of March to help judge the 2014 Scottish Championships. Last year was mental (see my blog post) ; big barrels at Thurso East, freezing cold and monster paddles, so it was with great anticipation that I […]

Hardcore haggis-eating hardnuts

May 7, 2013


Way back in ice-age March I was sent to the tundra to help with the Scottish Championships, a very special one this year; the 40th, making it one of the longest running events in the UK. What an honour to be invited up to judge the most extreme, hardcore and grass-roots event on planet earth, […]