Well, it’s thirsty work and surely it deserves a couple of cold ones;)
So if you want to help keep my vocal chords from drying up and don’t want to see a poor English guy go thirsty… you can now ‘Donate’ some money to buy me a pint.. or 2.. or 3!!
Don’t worry I wont be spending it all on beer.. haha… the rest will get spent on bringing you more action and crashes from around the world …and if enough is raised maybe in getting some better camera equipment! …now that would be good
Oh yeah.. and I’ve already been bought my first beer (actually about 20 if i was in Capetown.. ) So Big thanks to ‘Bart Ter Haar’ (from Boardkings.com) for the first round and the idea!
Hopefully i can keep you entertained with the future Training Diaries.
p.s If you donate and want to leave a comment.. just leave it in the comments at the bottom of the page and i’ll sort it out and add it to the list. Thanks a lot for the support it’s appreciated
This is only partly donation – most of it is the $$$ for the filming you did in Esperance!
Nice one Ben - windsurfing competition commentaries have never been so entertaining
Hi, loving the train diaries, a few beer tokens from the Abersoch crew and thanks for a great session at Rhossy, cheers
I would recommend the (Belgian) Leffe Blonde but obviously, you’re totally free to drink any beer you want… ;o) Cheers, Man!
Great Diaries!! Love them all and finally made a donation.
Goodluck coming week, kick some butt! Grtz Jasper
Get yourself a tall aussie jug of beer mate… awesome action delivery!!! Cheeeeers
Paid on behalf of Jamie Hancock from his prize fund in the Fantasy Football league. Jamie overtook Ben in the final few weeks to claim a podium finish.
The 2015 diaries are the best yet. And the very best windsurfing journalism. Thank you for making them.
Some cold ones heading your way mate!
Keep ‘em coming!
Cheers Ben. Your training diaries is so cool.
Really like the way you make it. Congrats.
Bonjour du Québec, Canada!
Btw, if Bart de Vries is on Pozo... he gives away beer as soon as somebody captures his first double... ;-) .. Keep on doing those diaries, and commentaries during the PWA races... very amusing, and
Great view Ben. Hope you these beers help you get some courage for some big moves!
I’m saving up now, not being able to go to the coast to go surfing, saves on petrol costs.
Ribs are almost healed. I hope to be back on the water in a couple of weeks, so please keep me entertained with a lot of training diaries until then.
Keep me informed and I”ll keep getting your beers! Marc
Really good diaries keep at it
all the best Max
PS save a few quid for Ibrofen !
Fantastic Ben, number 5 is out, looking forward to watching it with a beer tonight!
Me and bro have sent you a beer over... think he just wants to see me on bunker cam. :)
Yesss, the first gift is here, for all the hard work on these great videos! Cheers from Holland :-) Bart ter Haar (www.BoardKings.com)
Thank you Ben, the diaries are getting better and better so you deserve another donation! Please drink the beers after the competition :-)
As promised. Thanks for the entertainment. Real beers when you are in Holland.
Thank you , watching the Diaries enlights any boring day at the office !
Great job on these Diaries. Really entertaining. Maybe we need to talk about a Cornwall training diaries!
Get a 6th Pozo diaires done and I’ll chuck another £20.00 in.
Less for beer, more for never having to see you wear a ‘wife beater’ vest again! Keep up the sweet footage ;0)
I always enjoyed the Training Diaries back home on my second screen while working…. but now I´m here and can see it all live…. I know how hard it is to sit there and film and to put together the whole thing.. so: your work is awesome!!! It adds a lot to the windsurfing world
A few pounds for a few beers on the way….
Thanks for the training diaries.
Ben, I really enjoy your videos. Keep them coming and have a beer or two on me!
A few beers for ya, keep those diaries coming :-)
Couple of beers on their way Ben, hopefully buy you some more if you’re at the Tenerife event!!
Some beer money as a way to say thank you for the training diaries!
Loving the training diaries, have a beer on me :)
Thanks Ben, love those diaries. Great fun. Likes what you did for Peter. I saw him sailing at the last Dutch speed championship. Pretty amazing guy.
Good luck next week competing!
I think everyone should give at least a £1.00 to watch the training diaries. Well done Ben, can’t wait for the next one…
Hi Ben, keep us entertained and good luck in de competition!
Awesome diaries – funny as, good luck with the comp. Kit
Love your Training Diaries! They always keep me entertained and it’s a nice view behind the whole World Cup thing! Keep it up :) And don’t let your throat dry out ;)
Keep us posted with your great footage, love to watch it!
Great stuff Ben, just had 2015 part 2 diary up on the big screen with the Chromecast, entertained all the family!
Enjoy the beer (and less of the golf talk ;-)
Should be enough to get wasted in spain... Keep on the hard work!
I must be mad doing this, but I do enjoy the diaries... so here's the deal. It has to be spent on beer only (nothing fancy like food, lodgings or camera equipment) although at a pinch you could buy Ju
Keep it up. How much for you to mention the Boardkings in your next update?
looking forward to some sick diaries Ben, but have some beers, that might help your double attempts without having you looking like santa claus haha
Our favourite windsurfing videos on the web – keep up the good work Ben. The classic Oz clip “mein eggs, mein eggs!” still gets quoted by Archie (aged 10)! Brilliant!
Keep up the good work Ben, really enjoying all the diaries!
Sorry mate but this is what it costs for a beer here in NZ ;-)
Thanks for all those training diaries. Very nice and entertaining too see. Hope i will grow over my ‘rocket man abalities’ soon. At least before a Pozo visit :-)
Brilliant diaries, please don't get so drunk you can't do anymore.... :-)
Time to chip in to the beer kitty in the hope more will be soon on its way. Keep up the work Ben (and Justyna).
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