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1 July 2010, 09:37 am
Record Breaking World Watersports Challenge
Record Breaking Watersports Challenge
Guy Cribb taking part in his watersports challenge at Rockley International

Record Breaking World Watersports Challenge
Dorset, Great Britain

Guy Cribb (GBR), world renowned windsurfer and instructor has completed a world record challenge for the most watersports attempted in one day.
This challenge was in association with Poole and Bournemouth Tourism's 'Coast with the Most' and took place on Monday 21 Jun, the longest day of the year.

Guy and his team started the day at 0600hrs on Boscombe pier for an early morning session of surfing, body boarding and stand up paddle boarding. The day was full of action and activities taking him from the high-adrenaline sports of windsurfing, kitesurfing and wake surfing at Rockley International watersports centre in Poole Harbour to the more relaxed watersports of snorkeling, pedalo and mini port boat rides.

The challenge took place from dawn till dusk including as many as 25 different watersports and Guy was fortunate enough to be able to take full advantage of the companies and organisations associated with 'Coast with the Most'.

"All the sports I have done today are all right here in Dorset and can be taken up by everyone." commented Guy. "You get very fit windsurfing, it is at the pinnacle of all sports; if you can windsurf you can do anything else, so it's pretty easy today."

Guinness World Records have yet to officially endorse the record.

For more details about Guy Cribb visit:
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For more details about Rockley International visit:
Sheron Crossman (as amended by ISAF)
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