Stunning video from the weekend BLU final event.
Under cloudless skies and 2-3ft offshore conditions the first rounds got under way in the Open, Ladies and Masters divisions. With the smaller conditions some opted to ride performance boards while other preferred to break out the logs. So with both longboard styles on show the judges had their work cut out for them.
In the Under 18 Girls final Emily Currie dominated taking the win ahead of Beth Leighfield, Josie Pearce and Anya Burley.
Jordan Zervas posted the highest scores giving him the win in the Under 16 Cadets finals ahead of Tom Horn, Beth Leighfield, Rhys Burton and Joe Hornbuckle.
The Open Final then got under way. Ben Skinner set his stall out early with two back to back scores on the right over by the rocks as the other competitors were further down the beach. Ben Haworth then came over to the right and proceeded to get barrelled on his log, also much to the delight of the spectators while Connor Griffiths and Sam Bleakley contented themselves over on the left. After 25 minutes of wave for wave tit for tat Ben Skinner took the nod with Ben Haworth in 2nd, Connor Griffiths in 3rd and Sam Bleakley in 4th.
Skindog took the Open title and BLU Performance and King of the Longboards 2015 titles.
Both Ben and Adam Griffiths have qualified for China