Surfing will debut at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics but there are strict qualification requirements. Ellie Turner and Luke Dillon are optimistic.Read the full story ›
Three months after the accident at Gwithian beach, Steve Bowens is teaching other surfers basic first aid so they would know what to do.Read the full story ›
The man behind Europe's biggest surfing project quit his job as an osteopath and set about raising millions to make his dream a realityRead the full story ›
A Cornish surf lifesaving club is bidding for 1.3 million pounds of government funding to create a new environmental centre and club houseRead the full story ›
Tom Butler received serious injuries after surfing in the same place in 2016.Read the full story ›
'I hope that my performance gets more visually impaired girls and guys out in the water.'Read the full story ›
Emily Currie from Bude is a hopeful for the UK's first Olympic surf team. Surfing is making its debut in the Tokyo 2020 GamesRead the full story ›
But Andrew Cotton - who is credited with riding the biggest wave on the planet at 60ft in 2014 - says it hasn't put him off.Read the full story ›
All this week we're announcing our nominees for the ITV Fundraiser of the Year in the West Country.
We asked for your nominations for people in our region that go the extra mile to help others and raise money for charity.
The winner will be heading to the glitzy Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards later this month.
Matt Way has organised the Joe Way Paddle For Life for the past decade in memory of his son. It is one of many fundraising events he is involved in.
The Wave Project offers lessons to help teenagers feel more self-confident and is appealing for volunteers to become instructors.Read the full story ›