Daily report
25th May 2019 :

This weekend is the Edge Race Cup & British Nationals – all happening off Kite beach. We also have a bunch of brands with all the latest toys plus Lewis giving Foil Tuition. Get down and get advice & see the close action racing happening off the beach. Winds today will be gradient NW 12knots & abaiting as the day heats up, switching sea breeze before swinging back NW later in the day & early evening. Best time for freestyle & learning to kitesurf will be either early or late (LW 17.23). Its a neap tide so all day Kings lake working.   Special Deals on Winter Rubber & Clothing 3 for 2 Sale on.  Shop Open from 9am info@edgewatersports.com or phone : 07887882866

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What a weekend for all the Edge Team at Round 1 of the BKSA Tour in Swansea. In the pro mens fleet, Ned Taylor got super unlucky with the wind dropping in his heat which led to a premature ending to his event. From what we saw, Ned was ripping like the best of them and deserved better. The mens Am’s was masive competition and it was Sam Moore that pulled it together to return to North Devon with a 2nd place overall. The ladies fleet saw Nicky Rudd coming in 2nd place with some tough conditions to ride in, let alone pull some big moves. In the Juniors it was the Bridglets 1st ever event and Young Tom- age 8 the youngest ever to do an event went into heat 2 with a huge kite loop that got everyone worried- including Aaron who was commentating! Tom  made it through a couple of heats & learnt loads. George Shoulder & Oli Bridge just had the crowds going all the way through their heats, it was superb entertainment.  It was really close & it was Oli that just won it over George in the Losers final. Oli- maxed on his 5mtr North vegas now up against 15 year old’s strugled in the final but still came away from his 1st comp with a 3rd overall in the under 16’s. The best bit was his recognition from Aaron Hadlow for his ‘s’ bend to blind Bosh Mosis & this won him trick of the weekend- he walked away with a carve board & a filthy grin. Well done to all the Edge team and thanks to Ned for being such a decent Caddy to the young Bridglets.

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