2018 BOS CAPE CROWN
presented by Sea Harvest
Long Beach, Kommetjie
November 10th & 11th
- CAPE CROWN U12 BOYS Results
- CAPE CROWN U12 GIRLS Results
- CAPE CROWN U14 BOYS Results
- CAPE CROWN U14 GIRLS Results
- CAPE CROWN U16 BOYS Results
- CAPE CROWN U16 GIRLS Results
Long Beach Kommetjie to host the 3rd Edition of the BOS Cape Crown presented by Sea Harvest
Long Beach in Kommetjie will host the penultimate South African Surf Tour event this weekend when the third edition of the BOS Cape Crown presented by Sea Harvest takes place at this popular Western Cape surf spot.
Over 60 local and Eastern Cape surfers will compete for a share of the prizemoney and 2A SAST ratings points in the U12, U14 and U16 Boys and Girls Divisions.
The top seed in the U16 Boys division is Kommetjie local York Van Jaarsveldt with Aya Gericke of Wilderness seeded second ahead of Sam Bennie of Vredehoek and Reilly Mare of East London.
2018 SA Junior Team member, Ceara Knight, who returned from the ISA World Championships in the USA on Wednesday is the top seed in the U16 Girls Division. Fellow Kommetjie surfer Leila Steytler is seeded second, Caroline Brown of Hout Bay is the third seed and another Kommetjie girl, Summer Sutton is the fourth seed. Read More…
Long Beach Kommetjie provides small but contestable waves for the 2018 BOS Cape Crown presented by Sea Harvest
Although the surf small at Long Beach Kommetjie on Day One of the 2018 BOS Cape Crown presented by Sea Harvest Beach, it was contestable and there were some good heat scores produced by many of the young surfers competing in the event.
The good news is that the surf improved on Day Two of this, the penultimate South African Surf Tour event of 2018, giving contestants in the later rounds of the contest the chance to show their skills.
Although local surfers dominated the BOS Cape Crown entries it was two surfers from East London who stood out over the two days of competition. These surfers were Daniel Emslie, the eventual Under 14 Boys Division winner who posted 16.25 out of 20 in his semi-final heat which was the highest heat score of the contest and fellow East London surfer, Aimee du Preez, who posted 15.00 in her U16 Semi which was the highest girl’s heat score and one of the highest scores of the contest. Read More