22nd April
Competition entry information
The Jersey Contest portal is now open
The rescheduled Rest Bay event Contest portal will not open until the 4th May.
7th April
The Jersey leg of the tour has been confirmed for the 14th/15th May at St Ouens Bay with a back up date of the 28th/29th May.
Camping arrangements at the Laneez Surfing Centre on St Ouens Bay and travel information with be posted shortly.
The check in will be at the Laneez Surfing Centre on the evening of Friday 13th May.
More information as soon as it is confirmed.

6th February
Wales             16th - 17th April   Reserve 21st & 22nd May or 18th & 19th June
Jersey            14th-15th    May    Reserve 28th/29th May
Fistral             24th - 25th   Sept   Reserve dates     1st - 2nd     October

Entry Fees
For 2016 the entry fees for the events have been increased. The fees have been held down for a couple of years but they have been raised to reflect the increased costs of judging, other operating costs and the provision of Tee shirts to competitors.
The 2016 entry fees are:
All adult divisions 30
All Junior divisions 15

ISA world Longboard Championship rules on length
ISA Article here.
"All longboards were measured prior to the at the ISA World Longboard Championships at Huanchaco, Peru and a large number were found to be less than the minimum regulation 9' 0".  Some boards were borderline along the rocker but many were rejected for the competition up to 2 inches short including one board of Team GB.
ISA ruling: Length is a minimum of 9 feet from the tip of the board in a straight line along its deck.
This year at the WLC, borderline boards were able to be botched to  increase the length but it is my understanding, that this will not be repeated at future ISA Longboard events. In order that this doesn't happened to the equipment of British Competitors next season, organisers are going to to measure boards at the coming BLU Valero Classic (just to raise awareness) and before all legs of the BLU Season 2014.  It would be helpful for competitors to speak with their shapers to ensure that in future boards are the regulation minimum length." 
The British Longboard Union 2016
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