Surf Snowdonia are hosting for the second time the Welsh Adaptive Surfing Championships.
Welcoming back surfers from all over the world for the contest, Surf Snowdonia will stage the event in their freshwater Wavegarden surf lagoon over the 1st and 2nd July.
This year is going to be better than ever following two summers of lockdowns and restrictions – in short, the waves are rolling, the surfers are preparing and the stoke levels are at an all-time high.
Participating in the event (as well as being responsible for making much of it happen), Wales' very own Llewelyn Williams of Abersoch, North Wales.
Good luck to all the competitors!
Head to the Surf Snowdonia site by clicking here to catch all the action via their live stream!
Team Wales has a strong affinity with the adaptive surfing games. Following on from Llewelyn Williams' 1st place in the Kneeling Division at the US Open Adaptive Surfing Championships earlier this year we aim to give our athletes the best opportunity to back up Llew's success and proudly fly the flag. Please use the link above to donate if you can.
Details of the upcoming event can be found here :
With a link to the videos of the event here :
The Wales Para Surfing Team is heading to California in December to compete at the ISA Para Surf World Championships.
The Team could do with a little extra help with funding. We are looking for sponsors and individual donations to add to the pot. Please get in touch if you run a company that would like to sponsor or would like to make a donation.
Pictured is Welsh Para Athlete Llywelyn 'Sponge' Williams riding a beautiful blue barrel during a previous World Championships.
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Llewelyn goes to the USA and conquers!