Silver surfer has ridden waves for six decades
Updated: 2014-04-16 11:46
Britain's first competitive female surfer, who first hit the waves more than six decades ago, is still going strong - at 68.
Pensioner Gwyn Haslock began her hobby in the 1950s and had to compete against men as there were no competitions for women at the time.
She has continued to ride the waves on a regular basis and racked up several British titles in the 1960s and 1970s.
Gwyn Haslock from Truro in Cornwall, England surfs at nearby Newquay. [Photo/icpress.cn]