The 6 Greatest British Surfers Ever

In 1970 Lord Ted Deerhurst also gave surfing its best description of Waimea when he described surfing the break as “like jumping off a three-storey house and then having the house chase you down the street. ” In all that time there have been a lot of Great British surfers.

Since then Williams has been based in Hossegor, employed in various official and unofficial roles in the surf industry, whilst running a raucous surf hostel where many pros have done their European tour apprenticeships, lost their virginity and much, much more that we can’t divulge for legal reasons.

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