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March 7, 2018


From two sports there can only be one person that can be crowned Legend of the Bay.

British Kitesports & British Stand Up Paddleboard Association are proud announce that Legend of the Bay will once again be stage and hosted by the Extreme Academy, Watergate Bay over the weekend of April 28th and 9th 2018. 

Legend of the Bay showcases not one by two of the most exciting watersports, Kitesurfing and Stand Up Paddleboard. Over the course of the weekend competitors can entry either the one-day Kite Wave competition or the one-day Stand Up Paddleboard Surf Sup competition. Should individuals be proficient in both sports they can enter both competition. The competitor with the highest combined score will be crowned ‘Legend of the Bay’.


For those competing for the Legend of the Bay title, this unique competition format makes it both exciting and nail biting till the final hooter of the final round of competition. You cannot step of the gas at any point during the heats, you have to be winning to stay in the game, and claim your prize.

Competition of both days will aim to start around 9am, with semi-finals and final held towards late afternoon when the tide has turned and will bring the competition closer up the beach, and in front of the Beach Hut.

Prize Giving will follow after the completion of the day competition. Ideally it is aimed to stage the Kitesurfing on the Saturday, and Stand Up Paddleboard on the Sunday. It however will depend of weather forecast. Competitors need to be available all weekend.

For more information please contact Richard Marsh via e-mail:


On-line entries: www.webcollect.org.uk/wcws

The organisors of Legend of the Bay would like to thank Extreme Academy and Watergate Bay Hotel for the continued support of this event www.watergatebay.co.uk

British Kitesports www.britishkitesports.org

British Stand Up Paddleboard Association www.bsupa.org.uk

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