UK Bodysurfing Championships C.I.C.
The DMC Fins UK Bodysurfing Championships 2018 are to be held at Fistral Beach, Newquay on the weekend of 22nd/23rd September.
The DMC Fins UK Bodysurfing Championships will be an open event, open to UK bodysurfers as well as bodysurfers from all around the world.
The event is now open for all competitors to enter – please fill in an Entry Form, either in pdf version or word version. All UK Bodysurfers will need to be current members of the UK Bodysurfing Association.
Please use the contact form to make any enquiries about the event.
This years event will feature two contests, one for those with handboards, one without. There will be 24 contestants in each contest, with both events open to male and female competitors.
UK Bodysurfing plan to hold the whole event on the Saturday, with Sunday available as a back up day – if needed.
Entry fees for each event will be £30, and competitors will be able to enter both if they wish. There is a reduction for entering both events.
There may also be a small Expression Session taking place if time allows.
- All UK competitors for the DMC Fins UK Bodysurfing Championships 2018 need to become members of the UK Bodysurfing Association
- Unlike last year, all competitors intending to enter the handboards event will be allowed to use their own handboards (no handboards are being provided).
- Full event rules can be viewed at UK Bodysurfing Championships – Judging and Judging Criteria
Objectives of the UK Bodysurfing Championships C.I.C.
The objectives of the Company are to carry on activities which benefit the community and in particular (without limitation) to:-
(a) Promote and raise the profile of the sport of bodysurfing within the UK.
(b) With friendship and sportsmanship in mind (and taking advantage of all available sponsorship opportunities) to commence and maintain a yearly “UK Bodysurfing Championships”; to be held in Newquay, Cornwall.
(c) To liaise with the UK Pro Surf Tour (UK PST) organisers in order to establish this “UK Bodysurfing Championships”, including deciding upon event locations, judging, PA systems etc, as well as insurance.
(d) To set up a “UK Bodysurfing Championships” awards ceremony.
(e) To exist as a non profit making organisation with all funds being spent in continuing and growing the sport of Bodysurfing within the UK.