Australian surfers: hey, tell us how you surf

Australian surfers are invited to participate in the most comprehensive survey ever undertaken in the country on sports injuries.

Sports enthusiasts of all ages and all levels of experience will be asked to topics like how much time and money they spend surfing/bodyboarding and their habits in sports.

The project is conducted by the Southern Cross University’s School of Health and Human Sciences with full support of Surfing Australia and will be funded by the New South Wales Sporting Injuries Committee.

Your help is very much welcome to boost surfing sports in Australia. The survey is available online and only takes 15-20 minutes to complete.

All results will be published for everyone to take action.

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