Boards at BWA Wales

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This Friday, the 17th May, the BWA (British Wavesailing Association) tour will kick off at Rhosneigr beach in North Wales. The top pros, amateurs, women, masters and youths from across the UK, Ireland and even further afield will journey to the incredible windsurfing spot, all after first win of the year.

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Boards has already caught up with many of the competitors in each fleet, check out the following features:

Inside Funsport and Bucky’s View. 

Looking Forward to the BWA: Ladies

Looking Forward to the BWA: Amateurs

Looking Forward to the BWA: Pros and Masters

PLUS we will of course be at all BWA events providing you with the latest and most up to date coverage LIVE from all the events. Here on Boards we will have a dedicated BWA section on the website where you can check out the latest features, plus check out the images making their way onto our Instagram.

As last year, Boards will present a Live Ticker from each event, following every heat of every fleet and letting you know exactly what is happening. So stay tuned to Boards for all the latest BWA coverage!

More on the Rhosneigr, Wales BWA event:

The event kicks off on Friday 17th with a day of competition for the pros only. There is also a plan, wind dependent, for some go cart action on the Friday; if there’s no competition on the water sparks are sure to fly on the race track!

Registration for all other fleets takes place on Saturday 18th at 9am sharp, this will be followed by competition for all and then an evening (with food and drink of course) in the new and improved Funsport Cafe. The evening Hawaiian themed so grab your best flowery shirt! Then for those with the staying power it could well be onto a pub or two.

Sunday 19th is the final day for competition, followed by the prize giving before competitors pack up and head over to Ireland for the next round of competition.

Check out more about event host Funsport here. 

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