THE NI PORTRUSH STOPOVER – STOP 1 – 2011 BRITISH BODYBOARD TOUR

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Stop 1 of the tour is the NI Portrush Stopover, Portrush, Northern Ireland.  9-10 April 2011. 

Catagories are Open, DK and Womens.

THE NI PORTRUSH STOPOVER – ONLINE ENTRY

OPEN ENTRY

Name
Entry Fee
Membership Number
British Passport Holder
Date Of Birth
Contact Number
“I confirm that I have read and agree to the conditions of entry contained on the entry form”

 
DK ENTRY

Name
Entry Fee
Membership Number
British Passport Holder
Date Of Birth
Contact Number
“I confirm that I have read and agree to the conditions of entry contained on the entry form”

 
WOMENS ENTRY

Name
Entry Fee
Membership Number
British Passport Holder
Date Of Birth
Contact Number
“I confirm that I have read and agree to the conditions of entry contained on the entry form”

Enter online at  www.britishbodyboardclub.co.uk/events/entry-forms

Or download an entry form at Portrush-NI-Entry

Join the facebook page for this event at http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=110161519064839

12 COMMENTS

  1. Hi Shane, yes we’re aware. Both events are being run at the Irish end by Causeway Surf Club and are being scheduled so that the boogers can do both events if they wish. Cheers, Rich

  2. Hi Rich,so if the English can enter the Irish tour,and the Irish can enter the English tour,does this go for all events on your tour?

    • Hi Rich,I would contact the IRISH surfing association about this(info@isasurf.ie)rather than the causeway coast club or the colraine council.We would be happy to see you guys over here and compete with you but there are issues of team selection for this year europeans.Cheers,Shane

  3. Shane, my post should have read “so the Irish boogers can do both events if they wish” the ISA event is only open to guys who qualify to surf for Ireland as I understand, its not open to all.

    All of the BBC events (except for the Nationals) are open to all-comers; however you can only accrue tour points (and so qualify to represent GB) if you hold a UK passport and qualify to represent GB under the International Surfing Association by-laws. Fuller details are available elsewhere on the site. Hope this clarifies any misunderstanding. Feel free to contact me on rich@britishbodyboardclub.co.uk if you need anything else. Cheers, Rich

  4. Check in will be open 08.00-08.30 after the main ISA registration is complete. Provisional plan is that the BBC comp will run at Black Rocks at the West end of the bay.

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