Battle for a Bay watersports festival 2015 attack Dollymount this weekend
Sun, sand, roller and kites are a sequence of a day during this year’s Battle for a Bay Watersports Festival during Dollymount Strand in Dublin.
The strand will play horde to a leg of this year’s Kit Boardercross Championships as good as a Stand-up Paddy Boarding Competition.
The festival, using tomorrow Saturday May 23 and Sunday 24 will see kite surfers from all over a universe forward to showcase their fantastic skills and contest for a King or Queen of a Bay crown.
This year will underline competition and freestyle competitions, with riders behaving adventurous technical tricks and feats.
Boardercross is a brew of freestyling and racing that will move a singular format of a competitors together on a starting line for a slalom character quarrel that is quick and mad involving jumping H2O obstacles.
The festival is giveaway with entrance from 10.30am to 6pm and as good as a kite surfing pros, there will be demos from Pure Magic on a beach, freestyle shows, paddle boarding, wakeboarding and kite surfing introductions for newcomers.
There will also be live song from bands including Loneshark, Anti-One Cornered, The Boy, Julyo, Beware Of You, Fever Solstice, Gary O’Neill, Fiona Lennon, Popgun Warfare and David King.
Surfers reliable to attend are Jade O’Connor (IRE) ranked #5 in a world, Katie McAnena (IRE), Peter Kosinski(IRE) and Nick Davies (UK).
The annual Paddle Boarding Competition (SUPing, or Stand Up Paddle boarding) will also take place as partial of a Battle of a Bay.
As good as particular races there will be group send races, a technical 6km and tiresome 14km Marathon. The Battle will also invade a River Liffey and a competition will start during 8am on Sunday.