Womens Bodyboarding Association

We are all set for the coaching day to go ahead in front of North Cronulla Surf Club on January 16th.

Great news is, in addition to the beginner’s class, we also now have an intermediate class on offer; suitable for any girls wanting to take one step further and learn how to spin and roll.

Plus we’ve got a bundle of giveaways from supporting sponsors Surf Dive N Ski, Milkshakes and Hive Swimwear.

Any girls/ladies/mums/sisters out there who want to give bodyboarding a go, or want to improve your bodyboarding skills, come and join us at North Cronulla Surf Club 9am, January 16th. It’s only $20 to participate!

Location: Please meet at 9.00am, North Cronulla Surf Club, January 16th. We will expect to finish by approx 1.00pm.

Remember, medical forms will need to be filled out on the day. And all participants are required to be able to swim 100m.

Spencer Skipper

Manta is happy to announce their latest signing of Hawaiian Spencer Skipper.

Skipper has been long regarded as one most stylish riders in the business and seemed pretty stoked about the new deal.

“I’m stoked on the new deal. It gives me the chance to travel and do what I love doing best. I’ll be hanging on the North Shore for the Hawaiian winter and plan on surfing Pipe as much as possible. Then heading down to Oz for there winter to do some team trips with the boys.”

Reon Fisher Manta’s team manager commented. “It’s cool; Skip has always been one of my favorite riders. He has that really unique style of riding that I don’t think anyone else can really mimic. I’m looking forward to getting some good shots of him from the Hawaiian season and getting him out here for the Aussie winter.”

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Dean Attard

The second leg of the RAW Pro Juniors summer series is set to go down at North Avoca Beach this week (Sunday 10th January) and the action will be scorching.

This is the first time that a series dedicated towards junior bodyboarders has been staged and Terry McKenna, General Manager of IBA Australasia, says he is excited to take the event to the Central Coast.

“ The Central Coast is a hotbed of talent with a lot of gifted young Bodyboarders” said Mckenna.

“ The surf is always pretty consistent at North Avoca around this time of the year and with the school holidays in full swing we expect a big crowd”.

“ The first prize is a return trip to Hawaii for the first event on the IBA World Tour at Pipeline in Hawaii in February, so the best riders in the country will be pushing each other to get a win”.

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