The Tiree Wave Classic is the longest running professional windsurfing event in the world and took place from October 14th till 21st. It was founded in 1986 and has run to the present day. It showcases the best of the UK’s windsurfing talent across a number of fleets ranging from Juniors to World Cup Professional Windsurfers. Stoked that Adam Lewis finished 1st in the Men’s Pro in very tough conditions – well done there!
Adam Lewis: « Wow, so so happy to take the Tiree Wave Classic win. It was such an epic event with a bit of everything conditions wise, we had howling port tack thanks to Hurricane Orphilia and some amazing Starboard tack down the line too. I pretty much used the production 82 Stubby the whole time, its such an insane board, handling everything you can throw at it with ease. We had wind everyday but that not what makes the Wave Classic such a great event, with international pro’s all the way down to the next up and coming Juniors with Masters, Ams and Women all the mix. Its the people and the atmosphere that make it so great and its just a pleasure to be part of it! »
Pics by Richard Whitson and Tiree Wave Classic