A summary of Nathaniel's surfing in 2019, including a trip to France, contest podium finishes and wins.
Let me start off with an apology for letting this blog slip away...I was thoroughly enjoying writing but Summer came and with it work, fishing and surfing took over and I just lost the flow of regular writing. I guess once you fall out of rhythm it is a hard thing to get back into.... Continue Reading →
When I started up this blog, interviews and opening up others to different people, brands, projects and events was something I really wanted to be able to do, it hasn't been instantly but I feel that there is enough of a following now to warrant it. If you haven't heard of Louvine it’s a pretty... Continue Reading →
Well as the title says tomorrow I become a surf coach...after years and years of being coached myself, tomorrow marks the day the I become one myself. I'm heading up to Surf Snowdonia to their Wave Garden to assist in coaching the Welsh Junior Surf Squad on the first squad training of the new year. It's something... Continue Reading →
Two of my best mates; Connor Griffiths and Josh Hocking, are over in Australia at the moment, surfing, cruising round and having an all round great time. This week they're competing in the Noosa Festival of Surfing. So while I'm putting on a hooded 5mm wetsuit and boots to jump into icy water and onshore... Continue Reading →
For many people, especially my age (19), getting away from home is something they can’t wait to do. New experiences, escape the boredom of their home town and discover new places. I however feel differently… I love where I’m from and with Swansea having the simply stunning Gower Peninsular on its doorstep I would... Continue Reading →
Thanks for checking out the site - This is a project I've been brain storming with for a while now and hopefully it can build with time. I found over the last year I really enjoy writing and maybe, just maybe it would be interesting to others. So let me introduce myself...My name is Nathaniel James, 19... Continue Reading →