SA Junior Surfing Champs
5 – 9 October 2016
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|FINAL DAY U13 BOYS RESULTS||31 KB||364|
|FINAL DAY U13 GIRLS RESULTS||21 KB||299|
|FINAL DAY U15 BOYS RESULTS||50 KB||402|
|FINAL DAY U15 GIRLS RESULTS||28 KB||290|
|FINAL DAY U17 GIRLS RESULTS||25 KB||332|
|FULL RESULTS 2016 BILLABONG SA JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS||17 KB||266|
Upsets and Triumphs in Perfect Waves on Penultimate Day of Billabong SA Junior Champs
Semi-finalists and Finalists Determined as Waves Continue to Pump at Jeffreys Bay.
The country’s best junior surfers produced major upsets and spectacular triumphs as the semi-finalists and finalists in the various age categories were determined in pumping waves on the penultimate day of the of the Billabong SA Junior Champs presented by BOS at Jeffreys Bay.
Using the perfectly groomed 1 to 1.3 metre waves pouring down the point as a canvas for their full repertoire of manoeuvres, the top contenders advanced to tomorrow’s final day when the 2016 national champions in the U17, U15 and U13 boys’ and girls’ divisions will be crowned and the sought after Freedom Cup trophy awarded to the winning district team.
The U13 boys’ division completed their quarter-finals early in the day with the top seeds from Cape Town Surfriders (CTS) and hosts Nelson Mandela Bay (NMB), Alex Townsend and C Jay Posthumus, both eliminated as their counterparts from eThekweni (ETK), Buffalo City (BC) and Ugu progressed. Read More…
Stellar Performances by SA’s Young Surfers in Billabong SA Junior Champs at Jeffreys Bay
Ideal Conditions on Opening Day of 20th National Junior Championships
South Africa’s top young surfers produced stellar performances in the ideal conditions at the Lower Point in Jeffreys Bay as they started their campaigns for prized national titles and team honours on the opening day of the Billabong SA Junior Champs presented by BOS.
The Under 17 boy’s division got the 20th edition of the country’s premier junior event underway in solid 1 to 1.5 metre waves and glassy conditions. Ford van Jaarsveldt, the top seed from defending team champions and Freedom Cup holders Cape Town Surfriders (CTS), immediately set the bar high with outstanding progressive surfing in the first heat of the event. Read More…