The Student Windsurfing Association

For the first time in many years, Exeter hosted a wave event! The weekend started with drinks at The Stoke Arms, and then we wandered down to the glorious Cavern. Here we boogied the night away to Exeter’s student DJs.

It feels like only yesterday that I sat and wrote the ‘AK What to Expect’ guide and here we are now at the end of the season. The results are in, everyone’s caught up on sleep (I hope) and all the big events in the SWA calendar are complete. I’d like to thank everyone who attended events this year, we truly wouldn’t be the same without you. We’d also like to thank our sponsors, Boardwise, C-Monsta, DryRobe, Club Vass, Salt Rock, Buccaneer, and Monster Energy, for their support and awesome prizes. Finally, I’d like to thank the clubs who hosted events this year, we really couldn’t hold events without your help! Now, on to the season wrap-up.

And now on to our 2023/24 Series winners! We'd like to thank our amazing prize-giving sponsors, Boardwise, Club Vass, C-Monsta, DryRobe and Salt Rock, for providing our winners with some awesome goodies! A very big thank you also needs to go to Georgia Stolliday for sourcing everything. As usual you can find the full season results here.

For the last event of the series and ultimately the most important of them all, all the universities hailed down to Bristol for Nationals. As people unpacked, they were rushed back out of the houses straight down to Kings Street to enjoy the night at Kongs. Over a couple of pints, high scores were made on all the arcade machines. However, the competitive edge was left for the Saturday windsurfing.

What a weekend! The Nationals debrief will be out in a few days but we know you're just itching to know who is taking home those coveted BUCS points and very shiny medals. From us at the SWA, a huge congratulations to everyone who competed and our talented winners! 


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