Event 1 of the Coromandel Regional Scholastics was held on clean 2-3ft at Whangamata today. Results below. The next event is scheduled for 23rd July at Hot Water or Whangapuoa.

Under 18 Boys
1st Rueben Fleetwood
2nd Tanner Hayes
3rd Jay Piper - Healion
4th Cameron Hankins

Under 16 Boys
1st Thomas Carter
2nd Ben Smith
3rd James Scott
4th Trae Cooney

Under 14 Boys
1st Jay Gordon
2nd Harri...
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Event 1 of the Coromandel Regional Scholastics was held on clean 23ft
Bronnie Baxter
Nicola Wynne
Jodi Gowler
Surfing New Zealand Inc
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06/22/2017 at 23:18. Facebook
The New Zealand Kneeboard Team is heading to Spain at the end of September to compete at the World Kneeboard Championships. Here is our line-up of men and women ready to take on the rest of the nations.

Murray Weir - Manage/Coach
Kelvin Weir - Captain
Casey Stevens
Eli Stevens
Julia Phillips
Lachy Stevens
Luke Porter
Gary Sawyer
Steve Ria - Judge
Vanessa McCarthy
The New Zealand Kneeboard Team is heading to Spain at the end
Jake Barton
Davo Skelton
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06/22/2017 at 06:50. Facebook
Let's do this NZ. Throw some votes Kehu Butlers way for the Quiksilver Young Guns clips. His is insane.
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Young Guns Surf Contest #YGSURF | Quiksilver

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Ella Atkins
Ronan Gilsenan
Diane Bennett
Medals on the Mind of Powerful New Zealand SUP and Paddleboard Team

Podium finishes and medals are on the minds of twelve athletes named in the New Zealand Team that will compete at the International Surfing Association (ISA) World Stand Up Paddle and Paddleboard Champions this September.

The New Zealand Team has continued its rise up the world rankings with a fourth place finish in 2015...
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Medals on the Mind of Powerful New Zealand SUP and Paddleboard Team
Debbie Hutchings
Barbara Newton
Deane Joyce- Bradfield
Keep up to date with how our Kiwis are tracking overseas.
Keep up to date with how our Kiwis are tracking overseas

WQS Update - June 2017 - SURF2SURF

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Here is our collection of fan photos - this time around all female surfers. Thanks for all the submissions, unfortunately we could not post them all. The image with the most likes by Thursday evening will be featured on our Instagram feed (@surfingnz) and will win the prizes from OSM and Photo CPL.
Here is our collection of fan photos this time around all female
Chris Frazerhurst
Lauren Brittain
Rebecca Moores
We always like to see our top surfers getting a win, in and out of the water. Levi Stewart is impressing Lilly from The Bachelor BIG time.
We always like to see our top surfers getting a win in

Lily chooses which single guy she wants to continue dating

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Levi Stewart
Daniel Farr has produced a career best fifth place at the QS1000 Vans Surf Pro Classic in South Africa. Coupled it up with a ninth in the Pro Junior too.
Daniel Farr has produced a career best fifth place at the QS1000
Chris Fougere Orthopaedics
Day 2 of the Hirepool Kaikoura Classic thanks to
Day 2 of the Hirepool Kaikoura Classic thanks to wwwJimmyJayPhotocom
Kaikoura turning it on. All images courtesy of Jimmy Jay Wright and available from Jimmy himself - .
Kaikoura turning it on All images courtesy of Jimmy Jay Wright and
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Oceon Natuka Grady
Hutchison Bows Out of World Surfing Games, Kiwis Finish 14th

The New Zealand Team have finished fourteenth at the International Surfing Association (ISA) World Surfing Games completed at Biarritz, France overnight after our final athlete was eliminated from the event and the team was eliminated from the Aloha Cup in the semifinals.

Hosts France went on to win the overall event by an...
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Hutchison Bows Out of World Surfing Games Kiwis Finish 14th
Hutchison Survives Tough Day For Kiwis

New Zealand surfer Taylor Hutchison (Rag) survived a tough day of action at the International Surfing Association (ISA) World Surfing Games being held in France advancing through to the third round of the event overnight (Friday 26th May).

Hutchison was the only Kiwi to advance out of the round after Zen Wallis (Piha) and Paul Moretti succumbed to the...
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Hutchison Survives Tough Day For Kiwis New Zealand surfer Taylor Hutchison Rag
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Robyn McLennan
Mike Jones
After a drawn out lay-day yesterday, the New Zealand Team should be back in action at the ISA World Surfing Games tonight starting at 7:00pm with Zen Wallis, Taylor Hutchison and Paul Moretti in action. Follow it live here - [ Isaworlds.com Link ]
After a drawn out layday yesterday the New Zealand Team should be
The New Zealand Team lost JC Susan from the World Surfing Games today. JC had the last heat before the event was put on hold due to the incoming tide and lack of waves.

Zen Wallis did not get to contest his heat due to fading light at 9:45 last night so will be first up when the event resumes. The conditions for day 6 are expected to be even smaller with organisers looking to only run...
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The New Zealand Team lost JC Susan from the World Surfing Games
Hutchison and Moretti Round Out Opening Heats

The New Zealand Surfing Team have successfully navigated first round nerves at the International Surfing Association World Surfing Games being held in France with all four male team members advancing directly through to Round 2.

The fourth day of the event, held overnight Tuesday 23rd May (New Zealand time), was contested in more small 0.5m –...
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Hutchison and Moretti Round Out Opening Heats
Williams Finishes Seventh, Men Get Underway in France

New Zealand Surfing Team member Ella Williams finished seventh at the International Surfing Association World Surfing Games overnight (Monday 22nd May) falling just short of a berth in the final against world class performers.

The 22-year-old surfer from Whangamata battled extremely small and inconsistent conditions in the semifinals...
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Williams Finishes Seventh Men Get Underway in France
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Tiina Sirkku
Julie N Reece Hood
Top Eight Beckons For Williams, Ensor Places Ninth

New Zealand surfer Ella Williams has advanced through to the semifinals of the International Surfing Association World Surfing Games in France overnight Sunday and will vie for a podium finish later this evening.

Williams (WGM) surfed through three rounds on day two of the event and was joined by Mount Maugnanui’s Raiha Ensor all the way...
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Top Eight Beckons For Williams Ensor Places Ninth