Llewelyn 'Sponge' Williams crowned World Champion at the 2022 ISA Para Surfing World Championships!
Representing Wales at the 2022 World Para Surfing Championships at Pismo Beach, California, Sponge has battled through a field of top international competitors to become the Men's World Champion in the kneeling division.
This achievement was long in the making, with several close finishes in previous years.
2022 is definitely Sponge's year, and what a way to start the festive season.
The WSF congratulate Llewelyn on this massive achievement. You deserve it! You are the best in the world!
Following Llywelyn Williams’ final placing in the Kneeling Division at the US Open Adaptive Surfing Championships 2021, we’re trying to give even more support to our athletes at this year’s championships.
Taking place at Pismo Beach, California, the US Open Adaptive Surfing Championship gives Team Wales the chance to follow up on Sponge’s success.
If you would like to offer financial support to our adaptive athletes, hit this link:
The championships kick off on Dec 4th. You can catch all the live action here:
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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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