Christmas Party 2018 LGM

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Christmas Party @ LGM

The GSC Christmas Party is on Sunday Lunchtime 16th December 12.30. @ LGM
Spaces are limited to approx 100. We can fit nine large round tables into our restaurant and each table can accommodate a maximum of 12 people. Normally people book a table of 10/12 if you have less than ten that’s fine, you can also reserve an individual places.

If you could please let us know as soon as possible who wants a table we will reserve them on a first come first served basis.

We have a spread sheet template together with the menu’s that table organisers can use to fill in their details and menu choices.

Please let me know if you are organising a table and I can send you the template it helps us enormously (and reduces the chance of errors).

To reserve a table email

If you have any further questions or queries please email

Christmas MenuChildrens Christmas Menu

Night Surf

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Here’s the video from GSC Night surf to raise money for charity (Mind Guernsey) and for the GSC. A special thanks to IAG for sponsoring the entire event by covering all costs and for doubling the donation for charity and the club. Cams Hire – supplying the lights. Event Services – supplying speakers. Geomarine – supplying the generator.

Thanks to Pierre Bisson For the photos

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Night Surf

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Saturday 13th the GSC will be running a Night Surf Centres @ 8pm

The night surf open to GSC Members Only and £5 Entry fee on the night, money raised from this event will be split 50/50 between a charity and the GSC club funds.

If your not currently a paid up member renew now at

A big thanks to IAG (international administration group (Guernsey) limited), are paying for the lights and are supplying the high vis jackets and a big chunk of glow sticks.

Please arrive by 8pm for safety briefing ready to get in the water at 8.30pm, the event will run to 11.30ish depending on the tide.

This will be a great fun evening for surfers and spectators – see you all there 🙂

The Grom Search is coming to Jersey.

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Rip Curl Grom Search | Jersey – 2nd & 3rd June

For those juniors wishing to enter stop no.1 of the Rip Curl Grom Search in Jersey then entry just opened at

As a reminder, a surfers top two results are taken from the three events (St.Ouens, Jersey – Croyde, Devon – Porthmeor, Cornwall) to identify the Grom Search Champions, all info on the series can be found here:…/

2018 Cold Water Classic

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COLD WATER CLASSIC | Held On: 24 March 2018.

Congratulations to Johnny Wallbridge who place 1st in today’s Cold Water Classic held pumping surf at Perelle closely followed by Jake in 2nd, Tom Colley 3rd and Andy who took 4th. It was great watching with an excellent standard of surfing in epic Perelle comp conditions. Good to see juniors Tom & Ethan pushing themselves and both holding their own with some excellent waves and young Tom making the finals. Thanks to everyone the took part and big thanks to Kev W, Chris and Martin for help judging.

COLD WATER CLASSIC | New Date 24 March 2018.

Entrants must be Guernsey Surf Club members, more details and times to follow nearer the date.

Points from this competition will go towards selection of the CI squad with the plan to hold a CI Champs this May. The current plan is to hold the seniors CI’s in Guernsey and the Juniors over in Jersey later in the year. More details to follow soon.

For updates keep an eye out on here, and on our Facebook page.

Junior Series Event 2

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The 2nd Junior Series Event was held at Vazon check out photos below from the days competitions. Great to see such a good turn out and so many juniors getting involved. A big thanks to everyone that helped out running the comps today 🙂


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U18 Comp @ Perrelle

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Check out the photos below from the U18 comp held at Perrelle in classic conditions

European Surfing Championships CISF team head to Bore Beach, Norway

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As the Channel Islands Junior team return from Japan the CISF Senior Team head off for the Senior European Surfing Championships to be held at Bore Beach, Norway from 7th Oct-16th Oct.

The team itself has a blend of experience and youth with all surfers having competed at European, British National and International level.

This is a new location for the Europeans but the team are excited and ready to face whatever is put in front of them. With the increased activity of the Northern Atlantic over the last week the team should expect some decent surf.

For all information please visit the European Surfing Federation Website and follow on facebook Channel Islands Surf Page


Men’s Open
From Guernsey – Will De Garis and Jake Warr
From Jersey – Gus Brewer

Ladies Open
From Jersey – Laurie McGregor and Charlotte Bayliss

Men’s Longboard
From Jersey – Matt Tweedie

Men’s Bodyboard
From Jersey – Dave Speller

Ladies Bodyboard
From Jersey – Gabs Taylor

Colin Crowther

Assistant Manager
Clint (Radius) Loake

John Harvey

CI Judge
George Solh

The team would like to thank the Jersey Surfboard Club and the Jersey Longboard Riders Association for the financial support they have provided the team, Breda, Madhatter Surf Shop and a special shout out for Jake Powell for supporting the team with funds from the RumbleTree white collar boxing event held at the Watersplash in August

Tom & Louis in Japan for ISA World Junior Champs!!!

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Local boys Tom & Louis are in the CISF Juniors Team for the 2017 ISA World Junior Championships.

Hyuga, Japan, September 20, 2017 – The world’s best junior surfers are set to gather in Japan to represent their nations and go for Gold at the 2017 VISSLA ISA World Junior Surfing Championship in Hyuga from September 23 – October

The CISF Junior team.

This is a historic event for Guernsey and CI surfing with the first ever CI team to compete at a world junior championship event! Get behind these guys and show them your support.

For updates and to wish them luck, follow on Facebook (links below):

Guernsey Surf Club on Facebook
CISF Facebook page

Watch LIVE: The ISA World Championship will be streamed live on from September 23 – October 1. 

Fans will also be able to watch the live webcast on the ISA’s Facebook page, International Surfing Association.           

See more and click on Channel Islands. 

10 Things You Need to Know about the 2017 VISSLA ISA World Junior Surfing Championship

Here are the ten things you need to know about the upcoming competition:

1. The Olympics

With Olympic Surfing set to make its debut in Japan at the Tokyo 2020 Games, the 2017 VISSLA ISA World Junior Surfing Championship will serve as a precursor to the high-performance Surfing that will be experienced in 2020. The event, which has proven to be an indicator who will become the future stars of the sport, will provide a preview of the potential future Olympians who could represent their countries at the Games in three years’ time.

2. The Records

Riding the Olympic wave of momentum that has allowed Surfing to penetrate new non-traditional markets around the world, the 2016 edition of the event made history as the largest to date with 347 surfers from 39 countries. The 2017 edition is expected to exceed these numbers, featuring more than 40 nations and leading to another record-breaking edition of the event.

3. The Rise of Team Japan

Team Japan made history in the 2016 edition of the event, earning the overall Team Copper Medal, their first-ever ISA junior team medal. The Japanese will return four surfers from their 2016 squad with the aim to win another team medal for the local crowd in Japan.

4. Watch the Event Live

The ISA World Championship will be streamed live on from September 23 – October 1. Visit the official event website for results, photos, videos and news pertaining to the competition.

Fans will also be able to watch the live webcast on the ISA’s Facebook page, International Surfing Association.           

5. VISSLA – The Title Sponsor

This year’s competition marks the fourth consecutive year that VISSLA has supported the World Championship as the title sponsor, bringing their youthful, unique energy to the world’s largest junior surfing competition.

Vissla is a brand that represents creative freedom, a forward-thinking philosophy, and a generation of creators and innovators. They embrace the modern do-it-yourself attitude within surf culture, performance surfing, and craftsmanship. This is a surf-everything and ride-anything mentality.

6. The World Champions

 The 2017 edition will feature two teams that are fielding two past ISA Junior World Champions each. Hawaii will bring Summer Macedo (2015) and Brissa Hennessy (2016) and France will bring Leo-Paul Etienne (2014) and Thomas Debierre (2016).

The 2016 Gold Medalists are as follows:
U16 Girls – Caroline Marks (USA)
U16 Boys – Thomas Debierre (FRA)
U18 Girls – Brisa Hennessy (HAW)
U18 Boys – Weslley Dantas (BRA)
ISA Aloha Cup – Hawaii
Team World Championship – France

7. The History

The 2017 VISSLA ISA World Surfing Junior Championship will be the first time the ISA has held an event in Japan in over 27 years. The last time an ISA World Championship took place in the ‘land of the rising sun’ was when the 1990 ISA World Surfing Games graced the shores of Miyazaki and Niijima featuring future stars of the sport such as Kelly Slater, Rob Machado, and Taylor Knox.

Historically, the ISA has served as a glimpse into the future stars of the sport. Past ISA World Junior Champions include the 2014 WSL Champion Gabriel Medina (BRA, 2010), Tatiana Weston-Webb (HAW, 2014, 2013), Filipe Toledo (BRA, 2011), Tyler Wright (AUS, 2010, 2009), Alejo Muniz (BRA, 2008), Laura Enever (AUS, 2008), Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS, 2007), Julian Wilson (AUS, 2006), Owen Wright (AUS, 2006), Stephanie Gilmore (AUS, 2005, 2004), Matt Wilkinson (AUS, 2004), Jordy Smith (RSA, 2003) and Leonardo Fioravanti (ITA, 2015).

8. Social Media

The ISA will be posting live updates, photos and videos from the competition on social media. Follow along on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat and don’t forget use the official hashtags #ISAworlds and #VISSLAISAworldjuniors.

Facebook:International Surfing Association (@ISAsurfing)
Snapchat: @ISA_Surfing

9. The Schedule

September 23: Opening Ceremony, Hyuga, Japan
September 23: Start of competition following Opening Ceremony at Okuragahama Beach
September 24: – October 1: Competition
October 1:  Closing Ceremony, Okuragahama Beach

10. The Mission

Recognized by the IOC as the world governing body for Surfing, the ISA’s mission is to create a better world through Surfing. This is accomplished through annual World Championships, membership development, educational programs, scholarship distribution and working towards Surfing’s inclusion in the Olympic Games.



Great Channel Islands Beach Clean

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The GSC has sign-up to take part in this years Marine Conservation Society Beach Clean – Please come down and join in meet at the Vazon reef car park, at 6.30 pm on Sunday 17th September. (Next Sunday).
Everyone to bring their own gloves, gardening gloves / rubber gloves – We are registered to survey over 2 x 100 metre stretches of beach. The first is at the reef, the second is around the Richmond slipway. The idea is to record every bit of beach litter in that 100 metre section. Under 18’s: Can join in but parents need to sign a consent form these can be signed on the day.

Click to find out more about the The Waitrose Beach and River Clean Up