Llewellyn Whittaker is a professional surfer and qualified paramedic: After achieving top 14 ASP Africa series status in 2000 Llewellyn Whittaker followed his dream to become a professional surfer. Based in the U.K he competed on the WQS for 5 years consistently making the top 100. Near the end of his international career his focus turned to the British tour where he finished 3rd in 2006 and 2nd in 2007 and was also crowned U.K Triple Crown champion 2007. During this time he took part in the British surfing Associations coaching scheme where he qualified as a level 3 coach. He was extensively involved in the development of the British junior team in 2006 and 2007. This was a calling to Llewellyn at which point he decided to move back to sunny, wave plenty South Africa. Since been back in South Africa he has been selected to compete in National team trials, he also finished 3rd at the South African surfing Championships 2008. In 2009 he was assistant coach to the South African junior national surfing team which took part in the World surfing games in Ecuador. He also won S.A champs in 2009; in 2010 he completed his level 2 ISA coaching course. With Llewelly's extensive travelling and competing around the world he has much knowledge and experience to share. It is this experience through hard work and dedication that he wants to relay to YOUR surfing. His goal is to motivate, encourage you to achieve that next level in your surfing.