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24 August 2014
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20 August 2014
It’s been a busy two weeks travelling around Ireland doing demos, catching up with other riders and a little bit of coaching. I was up in Northern Ireland at Riverfest which is always a fun event to do demos at, then it was off down to Terryglass on the River Shannon to ride and hang out with the crowd there.
I also spent a weekend coaching at Ballyhass Cable and the banter is always brilliant there. Now I’m up in Cavan and Monaghan training for Chill and Ride which takes place this weekend in Germany. This comp is awesome and we have a good crew going out from Ireland. Fingers crossed to retain my title.
4 August 2014
I was stoked to take Bronze at the Cable Nationals this weekend. I’m not really a cable rider but decided to enter and it was a nice surprise to make the podium. Congrats to David Coates on taking the win and John Tully on the Silver. Big shout out to Cable and Wake for organising a great event. Black Tie dinner at the Titanic building was awesome. Thanks guys! More
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
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.
13 July 2014
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.