Huge Thanks From Danny
Wow everybody. That was too much fun. Thanks so much for coming out and body shredding. So stoked everyone had such a great time
I cannot say how much I appreciate the help of everybody, and I need to give a huge thanks to a few people that really made the Sf bodysurf classic happen.
Jeff Canham- Art director extraordinaire. None of this would have happened without this guys vision. The t-shirts, Sign, everything. I really owe you Jeff. That 7’5” sloat slayer is on the way my friend.
Alex Kopps- Risked life and limb on the streets of SF to make the Video call to action happen. Put up this website and accepted the heavy responsibility of drafting the SF BS rules and Regulations Handbook. He’s rad. and Strange.
Judith- Thanks so much for all of the early morning meetings and helping make the Location call when it was 20 foot. You’re a legend.
The Woodshop crew- Luke bartels, John Bartels, and “Magic Hands” Dan Malloy. You guys were the salt of the operation helping me with so many details. Thanks for insisting on the middle finger Luke.
My wife Erin Kunkel- Thanks so much for running around and helping with every detail and mostly for putting up with me. Can’t wait to see the photo’s
The Water safety Crew- Nicholai, Austin and Johnny. Knowing you guys were out there made all the difference.
Andy Olive- You rocked those shirts.
The Judging Crew- Chris Malloy, Keith Malloy, Devon Howard, Ziad , Jim Pottenger, Todd Glaser, Chris Burkhard, Thomas Campbell, Eddie Donnelan, Dan Malloy, Peter Mcbride, Bruce Jenkins. Erin Feinblatt, Luke Bartells.
The Wedge Crew- For Charging- Thanks for making the journey.
I’m sure there are people I’m missing, so a big thanks again to everyone.
If you competed and didn’t get a shirt I’m making more and will have them in a week or so. Otherwise there will be a few for sale at Mollusk and Aqua soon.
The results are in:
Joe Sloggy (in Speedos!)
Photo: Alberto Cuadros (BBS).
CONTEST IS ON!! 1O AM TODAY
It seems optimum conditions have presented themselves for The Bodysurf Classic at Lincoln Street where it meets the Great Highway on Ocean Beach. The contest will be held in front of the small concrete structure on the beach commonly referred to as the Pill Box.