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The round 3 of the BKC championships has come to an end. With some amazing riding across all categories in next-to perfect, fully powered conditions this was a show to watch... For those who could stand up to the wind!

Starting with juniors as one of our local Scottish riders, Cameron Auld has scooped up first place! You can find Cameron's Facebook page here. We don't have to say how stoked we are? Congrats dude!

The fastest growing division is the juniors, and under the careful coaching of Jo Wilson throughout the season, these young riders have improved massively. Cameron Auld from Scotland took advantage when championship favourite Harry Way was surprisingly beaten in the semi finals at Hunstanton. The young Scot had the heat of his life in the final, pulling everything together, including several flat passes. Harry Way finished as runner-up with Tom Seager in third. More at Kiteworld Magazine website.

George Dufty has claimed the men's Pro title for the second time this season. Rosanna Jury has retained her title in women's Pro's with both Sukie Robinson and Holly Kennedy consistently going head-to-head.

In the ladies amateur division first place was scooped by Anna Seager with Sarah Barclay coming second and Sarah Lawrance third. For men the first place went to Nathan Cullingford, second to Sam Conroy and third to fellow northerner Andrew McMillan. See below for a clip from the day and you can find more information on the event at the Kiteworld Magazine website.

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