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What a great weekend at the Irish Wakeboard Nationals in Enniskillen. Despite the awful weather (rain and strong winds), it was a really tight Open Men final with everyone killing it. I’m so stoked to have managed to retain my Open Men title for the fifth year in a row. Congrats to Paul Johnston on taking 2nd and David Coates on 3rd. Well done to Sian Hurst on holding on to her Open Ladies title and big congrats to all the young groms who stepped up their game and are landing more inverts and spins than ever. Thanks also to all the organisers and sponsors and to Nils Kroon and Nicolas Subjobert for coming over to judge Here are some photos. Thanks, David

22 July 2014

Photo shoot in Cork

Just back from 5 days of great banter in the south of Ireland. We started off at the cable at Ballyhass – those guys are awesome! Early morning and late night shoots including finishing at 1am one morning… Then down to the club at Carrig for a couple more days of epic banter and boat riding. We raised €300 for the charity Aware too.


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I’m buzzing after winning Wakestock this morning! It was one of my main goals this year, and achieving it is one of the best feelings! Life is good!!
Also I want to thank all the Irish people out here! Their cheering was sensational!

Big congrats too to fellow Irish team rider, Sian Hurst, who took 2nd place in Pro Women. Given that Sian had a lot of injuries this season it’s a brilliant result.

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13 July 2014

Wakestock 2014

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That’s one Mahusive rail at Wakestock today!
Semi Finals tomorrow!

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What a brilliant event. Wakedock in Dublin held a 24 ‘rideathon’ to raise funds for  the charity Aware. There were 20 riders and we raised about €6,000. Wrecked now though having ridden yesterday, late last night and early this morning!

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I’m so stoked!!! I got a call from Nissan with some amazing news! Thanks to you guys, I’m going to be a Brand Ambassador for Nissan! They are giving me a 2014 Nissan Juke for a year!!!! I’m buzzing here writing this! yeeeooowwwwwwwwww. Thank you all SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much.

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Life is crazyyyyyy. Just finished up a load of demos at the Clipper Festival in Derry in Northern Ireland. I also got the chance to try flyboarding, which was amazing. Then to round off the weekend World Champion Ant Burgess just taught how me to stand up jetski!!! It’s sooo sick! Thanks Josh and Ant!
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Can’t believe it but I’m number 3 at the moment in the Nissan Brand Ambassador competition. I stand to win the use of a free Nissan for a year! Please continue to vote as there is only one week left. It’s a daily vote and you need to click on your confirmation e mail to validate your vote. Please check your spam/junk if you don’t see the ‘No reply’ e mail from Nissan. Thank you SOOO much everyone.




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Hi all,

It’s been a busy week commuting between Drogheda and Dublin. The Irish Maritime Festival was held over three days in Drogheda and David Coates, Pete Stewart, Nicole Carroll and I did demos. Although the water was very choppy the weather was great and there were thousands of people there over the few days so it was brilliant to showcase the sport. On the Saturday I drove to Dublin to compete in the Pro division of Wakedock Grass Routes Tour. I’m not really a cable rider so I was stoked to take 2nd place. Irish team riders Aisling Deegan and Nicole Carroll took 1st and 2nd place at the comp. and both qualified for the Wakestock Rail Contest next month. Big congrats to them.

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12 June 2014

Wakedock, Dublin

Great day down at Wakedock with Dan Kavanagh shredding the cable and getting ready for the contest at the weekend.