Monday, 28 June 2010

Russ Winter getting air

Russ punting some nice airs on his new ns board 6'0'' x 18 1/4'' x 2 3/16 rounded pin single to double concave. He did three in a row and landed all of them nice one.

Friday, 25 June 2010

Malcolm Campbell at the Factory on 06/07/2010

  Malcolm Campbel Bonzersl

 Malcolm Campbel Bonzersl

Looking forward to seeing Malcolm here at the foam asylum again. He will be here on the dates above for two weeks so if you want a new board from him please get in touch ASAP.

Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Rich Dodo on his Apachie

 Rich Dodo NS Boards Apachie

Rich on his new Apachie on a nice right hander at Fistral. Board is 5’11’’ x 18 3/4’’ x 2 1/4’’.


Monday, 7 June 2010

Nigel on a nice Little Fistral Right hander

NS on his new summer board at a very sunny little Fistral one evening last week. The board is 6’2’’ x 22’’ x 3’’ four fin with channels.

Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Russ Winter wins Salt Rock at Croyde on new NS boards.


Russell Winter wins The Saltrock Open

Russell Winter is the new Saltrock Open Champion.  The final took place in clean, 3 ft sets in a sun soaked Croyde and brought to an end a hard fought and very well supported competition. 

Russ Winter NS Boards

Russell, who is originally from London but now calls Newquay home has been the English, British and European surfing champion and is generally regarded as Britain’s most successful surfer.  He is a regular on the UKPST and was the first European surfer to qualify for the WCT tour where he famously once beat Kelly Slater in a heat at Sunset Beach in Hawaii. 

Russell surfed hard and put in some excellent wave scores throughout the heats to arrive in a final fully charged and ready to take on fellow finalists Sam Lamiroy, Angelo Bonomelli and Reubin Pearce.  All four finalists had had a great contest and surfed well in the steadily improving conditions, but Russell was generally considered to be the stand out surfer of the competition. 

Drift interview with Nigel…

Tim Stafford looks back with Nigel Semmens over his definitive surfing career, and considers his position as one of the finest shapers in the land.

Read Drift Magazines eighteen page encounter with Nigel here