Eli Steele: he steals the show

Caloundrarising star Eli Steele today captured the 16 and under Boys division of the Sunshine Coast Ocean and Earth Teenage Rampage, qualifying for the international leg of the popular junior surfing series.

Held in fun waves at Coolum Beach (Sunshine Coast, Qld), Steele stylishly attacked the beach break peaks, scoring a combined two-wave heat total of 14.07 (out of a possible 20) including a 7.40 ride (out of a possible 10) in the final to defeat Jake Fissenden (Caloundra, Qld), Nick Callister (Noosaville, Qld) and Jackson Lynch (Coolum, Qld) who finished second to fourth respectively.

Steele said each year he always enjoys surfing in the Ocean and Earth Teenage Rampage.

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Dane Reynolds: a leap of faith

Heavy wind and rain is cutting through the two-to-three foot (1 metre) lineup at Culs Nus Beach this morning, prompting event organizers to call a lay day for the Quiksilver Pro France.

Event No. 7 of 10 on the 2010 ASP World Tour, the Quiksilver Pro France kicks off the European leg for the elite ASP Top 34 and a projected improvement in conditions could see Round 1 commence as early as tomorrow.

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Christian Hahn: he must be tired | Photo: creamcream.cc

It is done. After several wind and kitesurfers who have already conquered the 78 km of coastline of Fehmarn, Christian Hahn has circumnavigated the German island by SUP.

On September 11th, Christian set out. After a nice downwinder on his Glide 14’0”, Christian entered some horrific currents. He then had to paddle against the wind for 6 km.

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