Land Rover Defender : Can & Will
Britain's first competitive woman surfer is still catching waves - six decades after taking to the sea.
Gwyn Haslock, 68, first headed into the swell in 1950s as a seven-year-old girl, using a solid wooden bellyboard and a woolly jumper for a wetsuit. In the 1960s Gwyn was the first British woman to use a proper fibre-glass board to surf standing up - and the only female to enter the country's earliest surfing competitions.

LAND ROVER UK, RKCR/Y&R, CD : Jules Calkley AD : Tim Brookes CW : Phil Forster