Champions Crowned At HIF Victorian SUP Titles

26 Apr 2016 0

Over 40 Men's winner Chris Clarke champion, Photo by Surfing Vic  / Liam Robertson

Over 40 Men's winner Chris Clarke champion, Photo by Surfing Vic / Liam Robertson

SURFING VICTORIA | Partner Event 

Surfers and SUP paddlers couldn't have asked for better conditions when they turned up to the Surf Coast over the weekend. The 18-kilometre paddle took place from Point Roadknight to Torquay on Sunday, while the SUP surfing competition was held at Point Impossible on Saturday. 

The titles saw 16 new champions crowned across both men's and women's marathon, technical and surf divisions. 2-3 foot conditions with light winds were perfect for all levels and disciplines of the event and made the technical race exciting with paddlers required to weave in and out of a course through the surf. 

Congratulations to all the new champions and everyone who took part in the dynamic event over the weekend. 

View all the news & results here.

FINAL PLACINGS:

Open Men Surf 1st Harry Lee, 2nd Kenta Fergusson, 3rd James Carew, 4th Brendan Nachtigal
Open Women Surf 1st Lucy Bell, 2nd Gwen Carbone, 3rd Kathy Naoumidis
Over 40 Men Surf 1st Chris Clarke, 2nd Brad Kerr, 3rd John Takle, 4th Allan McKellar
Over 50 Men Surf 1st John Takle, 2nd Ross McClure, 3rd Damien Quinlan, 4th John Collins
Under 18 Boys Surf 1st Kenta Fergusson, 2nd James Carew
Open Men Technical 1st Harry Lee, 2nd Steve Ferguson
Open Women Technical 1st Lucy Bell
Over 40 Men Technical 1st Chris Clarke, 2nd Michael Abdilla
Over 40 Men Technical (14’) 1st David Sprague
Over 40 Women Technical 1st Kathy Naoumidis, 2nd Tiga Gilbert
Over 50 Men Technical 1st Warwick Lee, 2nd Michael Jenkins
Over 50 Women Technical 1st Jean Ringrose
Open Men Marathon 1st Heath Meldrum, 2nd Steve Ferguson, 3rd Harry Lee
Open Women Marathon 1st Anna Robertson, 2nd Patchara Songpraset, 3rd Racheal Blake Porta
Over 40 Men Marathon 1st Chris Clarke, 2nd Michael Abdilla, 3rd David Sprague
Over 40 Women Marathon 1st Tiga Gilbert
Over 50 Men Marathon 1st Warwick Lee 2nd Paul Gaynor 3rd Damien Gilmore
Community Paddle 1st Bruce Fikkers 2nd Mark Dowsey
Kieser SUP Surfer of the Weekend Kenta Fergusson Gwen Carbone
Kieser SUP Paddler of the Weekend Glenn Morgan Racheal Blake

Heath Meldrum Open Marathon Champion, Photo by Surfing Vic  / Liam Robertson

Heath Meldrum Open Marathon Champion, Photo by Surfing Vic / Liam Robertson


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