Greenaway Pro - 17-21 September 2013 (charity event)
With solid, fun waves and some of the best surfers in the country, Porthmeor beach became the battleground for The Greenaway Pro 2013 surf contest.
With non-stop surfing for three days, every division was fiercely contested and notably the JR's Rip Shredathon displayed probably the best two hours of surfing ever to take place underneath the Tate.
Even with such an eclectic mix of competitors, locals, family and onlookers, the spirit of kinship and community stayed true to the vibe that seems to be unique to The Greenaway Pro. Competition, but for a good cause. This was carried through all the way to the prize giving on Thursday 19th September, hosted by the Hub, where good food and music were served to help celebrate the coming together of the surfing community once again. Tom Greenaway's parents John and Ruth presented the Prizes that included £3,000 in a purse, sponsorship deals, surfboards, wetsuits, and one of the most precious trophies on the British surf scene. In their own words they "felt like they were amongst friends and that Tom would have loved it". There was live music from touring band Winter Mountain and some beautiful words from the winners.
1st Billy Stairmand - £700
2nd Stuart Campbell - £300
3rd Noah Lane - Custom Fourth surfboard
4th Alan Stokes - £75
Dan Skajaroski - £500
1st Sam Bleakley - £300
2nd James Parry - £75
3rd Mike Lay - £50
4th Matt Thomas - £25
1st Harry De Roth - £150
2nd Ed Smith - £75
3rd Paddy Daniels - £50
4th Simon Trebilcock - £25
1st Lee Bartlett - Rhythm clothes
2nd Tim Whitefield - Rhythm clothes
3rd Matt Thomas - Rhythm clothes
4th Stef Harkon - Rhythm clothes