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RESULTS | Totally Crustaceous Tour (TCT) | SIDFISH, PORTHTOWAN, UK

The Annual Sidfish surf series gathered English competitors under cloudy skies and the mist that is quite common in Cornwall at this time of the year. Porthtowan's beach and sand banks got smashed during the heavy winter storms and due to this a lot of the sand has disappeared , with some new bits of reef showing up on the sand around mid to low tide. The event went well despite the poor conditions and the waves cleaned up for the Pro Am finals.

Thanks to everyone who helped out at the event and especially Josh Ward and the judges, Jack Clinton and misses, and the Blue Bar.

Check the photos below for the story.

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Luke Dillon won the Pro am divisions with moves like this in the finals

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It was raining all day but local dogs were out there not missing a bit of the action

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The Squids were all smiles and shakas!

0D - 04_SIDFISH_STAN_NORMAN_ 3 STAN NORMAN PUSHING IT EARLY ON IN THE GROMS DIVISION

Stan Norman pushing it early in the Groms division

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Porthtowan suffered from the massive storms of this winter, this is the high tide photo, at low tide the line up is about 500m further out and some new reefs appeared

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Traditional Cornish pasties went quick for lunch in the Cornish weather

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Luke Dillon flairing in the rain

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Jobe Harris had 3 good waves in the Pro Am final and finished 2nd

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SIDFISH HOOD DRINK

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JOBE HARRIS

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CHARGE

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GROM DOG

GROMS

GROMS

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JUNIOR

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JUNIOR

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KEV CHRIS

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LUKE DILLION

OPENS FSS

OPEN

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SETUP

STAN NORMAN BSS

STAN NORMAN

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STRIPGROM

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SQUIDS

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CHICAS

 

RESULTS: 

Groms
1st Kit Innes-Trelaury
2nd Jack Coombs
3rd Seth Morris
4th Stanley Norman

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Groms podium

Girls
1st Emily Currie (100£)
2nd Georgia Timson
3rd Meg Niblett
4th Melodie King

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Girls podium

Juniors
1st Isaac Marshall (100£)
2nd Joe Harding
3rd Kai Thomas
4th Louis Thomas Hudson

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Juniors podium

Pro Am 
1st Luke Dillon (250£)
2nd Jobe Harris
3rd Sam Harwood
4th Max Bechonis

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Pro Am Podium

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