Chloé Byron Memorial Longboard Championship: in loving memory of all the Bali victims

More than 200 Australian longboarders will participate in the 2010 Chloé Byron Memorial Longboard Championship, in Bondi Beach, on 17th October.

The surfers will pay tribute to the victims of the Bali Bombing, a tragic terrorist attack happened eight years ago in Indonesia.

All proceeds are heading to the HVSG - Homicide Victims Support Group, a charity nominated by Chloe's father, Dave Byron.

There will be surf, food, music and a night paddle out to pray for Chloé. Also, there's a new McTavish board to be won.

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