Supported by STELLAR Surfskis

We have 2022 Dates for the

Fishguard Bay Ocean Race

Two Days!

Saturday 16th July

Sunday 17th July

FBOR'21 Pen Anglas


CLICK HERE for all you need to know to enter either the Saturday EPITE Single SKI race, or the Sunday OPEN race, which will include classes for SUP and Prone board.

FBOR Surfski Coaching

2022 Ski Coaching Courses

Want to paddle faster, further and with less effort? In depth, one and two day courses for all levels with FBOR’22 Organiser and qualified Racing Coach, Ben Edom, widely experienced in Australia and GB.

FBOR'21 Open Results

2021 Results - Open Race

Open Race, for fit and capable Intermediate and Advanced Skis, SUPs and Prones. A challenging and technical 13km crosswind race – brimming with medals and Trophies, including a new one for First Across the Line!

FBOR'21 Elite Results

2021 Results - Elite Race

Specifically for GB Team selection for the European Ocean Racing Championships in France. Incorporating the first WELSH OCEAN SKI NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS – with specially commissioned  Dragon-Wave Trophy!

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Contact the FBOR Race team to ask any questions that our webpages and Facebook info doesn’t cover – for Paddlers, Organisers, Supporters and Spectators

What to expect on the  Fishguard Bay Ocean Race 2022

Racing for the Welsh Ocean Ski National Championship, FBOR Line Honours and Class Trophies

Fishguard Bay Ocean Race 2022 (FBOR’22) is a major downwind race for Ocean Racing Skis, along Pembrokeshire’s wild, award winning north coast – starting at Goodwick beach and crossing 17km of open sea to finish on the wide sandy beach at Newport.

You paddle deep clear water, past towering cliffs, a couple of fun tide-races, a skid turn around a wave-tossed rock and a final sprint up the beach at Newport Surf Lifesaving Club. 

The Fishguard Bay Ocean Race 2022 will be the 7th year of this annual tussle and was awarded Welsh Ocean Ski National Championship status in ’21 by Canoe Wales.
Paddlers from all over the UK and beyond compete to show their extreme fitness, navigation, boat-handling and seamanship skills, to win this “black-belt,” no-holds-barred ocean race.

FBOR’21 Winners

Perennial FBOR Trophy, FIRST ACROSS THE LINE – Francis Huntingford. (U18)

FIRST LADY – Rosie Edwards. (U18)

Dragon-Wave Trophy for FIRST WELSH PADDLER – Matt Rowlands.

Sunday Open Race: FIRST ACROSS THE LINE – Drew Howells (U18)

Open SUP – Ginnie Betts   

Open PRONE – Sam Norton 


FBOR'21 Winner


Both days – all classes.