Oney Anwar wins the Queensland Titles in Australia

June 2, 2009 | Surfing

Oney Anwar wins the Queensland Titles in Australia

Rip Curl Team rider Oney Anwar won the Queensland titles and has qualified himself for the Australian titles.

Oney Anwar born August 17th in Sumbawa, Lakey Peak, has been charging through his career ever since he first stood up on a surfboard.

Growing up at Lakey Peak and surfing mental waves on an everyday basis, Oney has had the opportunity to develop an incredible style in surfing. When Oney first joined the Rip Curl team in 2003 he was already looking to become a world class surfer at the age of 10.

Winning various events and always with the great attitude of a professional, Oney Anwar has taken it to the next level. Oney has been in Queensland Australia since 2007 as part of Rip Curls International Grommet development program, surfing and competing in the Palm Beach Boardriding Club.

Doing what any teenager does, Oney goes to school at the Palm Beach Currumbin High School and joins the professional athlete training program in the afternoons.

Watch out for more and look for that name.  If Oney wins this Australian title he will be charging towards the world title.

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