Surfaced Pro surf competition

Back to blog

The Surfaced Pro competition, will take place on Saturday 12 and 13 September

Now in it’s fourth year, The Surfaced Pro champions the cause for gender equality in sports with both male and female participants receiving equal prize winnings – unprecedented in most sports, including surfing. Instigated by students at Cornwall College Newquay, who plan and implement the event as part of the Surf Science & Technology and Marine Sports Science degree programs, welcomes in a new era in professional surfing and further challenges the traditional norm by having each surfer’s highest wave score doubled, awarding powerful, impressive wave scores over an accumulation of “safe” rides. This year’s event is the first to be broadcast live on the internet, seeing the sport to become more accessible to a wider audience, every year will now be shown live on http://ukprosurf.com

Surfaced Pro 2019 – Results

Men’s Open
1st: Jay Quinn
2nd: Patrick Langdon-Dark
3rd: Stanley Norman
4th: Seth Morris

Women’s Open
1st: Ellie Turner
2nd: Peony Knight
3rd: Emily Currie
4th: Lauren Sandlord

Under 18 Boys
1st: Seth Morris
2nd: Noah Capps
3rd: Maximilian Hudson
4th: Stanley Norman

Under 18 Girls
1st: Lauren Sandlord
2nd: Megan Webb
3rd: Ellie Turner
4th: Belle Betteridge

Under 16 Boys
1st: Max Hudson
2nd: Sol Hawkins
3rd: Travis Pearce
4th: Sam Hearn

Under 16 Girls
1st: Francesca Sayer
2nd: Alys Barton
3rd: Tegan Blackford
4th: Lauren Sandland

Event Sponsors:
Quiksiver, Roxy, Nerf, Korev, The Boardmasters Foundation, Fistral Beach, Cornwall College, Season Surf and Watergate Bay.

Surfaced Pro – 2017

Women’s
1st: Ellie Turner
2nd: Emily Currie
3rd: Tehillah McGuinness
4th: Georgina Lewtas

Men’s Open
1st: Jobe Harriss
2nd: Jay Quinn
3rd: Jayce Robinson
4th: Reubyn Ash

Surfaced Pro – 2016

The Extreme Academy at Watergate Bay is super excited to be hosting a new event promoting gender equality in surfing – the first UK surf event to award equal prize money of £2,000 to both men and women riders.

Surfaced Pro at Watergate Bay on 3 & 4 June will focus on equality and showcase the best male and female surfers in the South West. The first event on this year’s UK Pro Surf Tour, judges will be awarding points on skill rather than the amount of waves caught, with each surfer’s two best waves counted and the highest wave score doubled.

The event is being organised by the students from the FdSc Surf Science and Technology course based at Cornwall College Newquay.

Student spokesperson Bethany Osborn said: “We are delighted to announce that we have secured the support of Extreme Academy based at Watergate Bay; an iconic surfing location on the north coast of Cornwall which has an active role within the surf industry and a venue that has hosted many competitions over the years.

Bethany continued: “This is a great opportunity for us to show case the work that we do at the college.”

The Surfaced Pro 2016 results
Men’s Open
1st – Jobe Harriss
2nd – Josh Ash
3rd – Luke Dillon
4th – Johnny Fryer

Womens’s Open
1st – Ellie Turner
2nd – Keshia Eyre
3rd – Rachel Bonhote-Mead
4th – Emily Williams

Visit www.facebook.com/surfacedpro/ for more information.

Watergate Bay Hotel

Plan your surf break now. Book online or contact our reservation team on 01637 860543.