Finn Hill and Jasmine McCorquodale Claim 2019 Australian Indigenous Titles At Bells

4 Jun 2019 0 Share

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While many of our eyes were cast west over the weekend, to Margaret River and the big league's of the WSL's CT, the Margaret River Pro, a rad and important r homegrown event was going down back in Victoria at Bells with the Australian Indigenous Titles once again going off (and scoring pretty sick Bells in the process).

Jasmine McCorquodale of Bateau Bay and Finn Hill of Avoca were the respective winners of the Open event, adding their names for the first time to the honour roll of Australian Indigenous Surfing Champions.


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