British Kitesurfing Championships Hunstanton results
Huge credits to all involved in the final British Kitesurfing Championships event for 2016 that took place at the Hunstanton Sailing Club this weekend. Big winds and brave performances were achieved across all classes. Particular congratulations to event winners and season winners, and massive thanks as always to the superb sailing club staff and volunteers who makes this a highlight event in the BKC season!
More images and video to come… and the official crowning of the 2016 BKC Champions will take place at the BKSA ball in Brighton on the 22nd October, in association with Kiteworld and IKSURF mags.
(The BKC is run thanks to a collaboration between Kiteworld, IKSURF mag and the British Kitesports Association. The Hunstanton event was sponsored by North and Cabrinha, with prize donations from North, Cabrinha, Liquid Force, Airush, Manera, Atom skateboards and more!)
George Dufty has shown us some incredible riding this season, and rightfully claimed the 2016 BKC Pro Men’s title.
Men’s pro podium Hunstanton: 1st George Dufty, 2nd Jack Daykin, 3rd Sean Murphy
Rosanna Jury has retained her title and become the 2016 BKC Pro Women’s champion. 1st Rosanna Jury, 2nd Sukie Robertson, 3rd Holly Kennedy
Junior podium Hunstanton event: 1st Cameron Auld, 2nd Toby Cooke, 3rd Tom Seager
Cameron Auld in action. The young Scot has taken the overall 2016 BKC Junior title.
Kevin Matthey riding hard for the win in the Masters
Men’s masters podium Hunstanton: 1st Kevin Matthey, 2nd Matt Bunn, 3rd Rich de Silvo
Matt Bunn is the overall 2016 BKC Masters Champion
Ladies amateur champion Anna Seager, going huge!
Ladies amateur podium Hunstanton event and overall: 1st Anna Seager, 2nd Sarah Barkway, 3rd Sarah Lawrence
Nathan Cullingford, men’s amateur champion
Men’s amateur podium Hunstanton and overall: 1st Nathan Cullingford, 2nd Sam Conroy, 3rd Andrew MacMillan