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‘Made for More’ ran the Inaugural KZN Adaptive Surfing Champs held at the weekend.

‘Made for More’ ran the Inaugural KZN Adaptive Surfing Champs held at the weekend.

‘Made for More’ ran the first ever Inaugural KZN Adaptive Surfing Champs this past Saturday, 12th of May on Addington Beach in front of the Marine Surf Lifesaving Club. The surf conditions were glassy, small and perfect for the contestants. The day was filled with waves, joy, friendship and so much surf stoke.

The face of absolute pure joy. Alulutho ‘Lulu’ Tshoba (Clermont) on a bomb of a wave. (Image credit: Seth Coyne)

Made for More, an NPO whose focus is on disability sport host monthly adaptive surfing sessions in Durban for anyone who is differently abled and wanting to join their incredible surf therapy community.

Zonke Nyandeni (Durban) loving the freedom and showing insane amounts of bravery at her first ever adaptive surfing session. Grant Waters (Durban) pictured as water assistant. (Image credit: Seth Coyne)

Dean Hart (Durban) absolutely ripped throughout the day, winning the best wave of the day as well as the AS 1U (Adaptive Surfing stand up) division on an incredible high score of 14.5 out of a possible 20. Look out for this local up and coming shredder at the SA Adaptive Surfing champs coming up on the 4th and 5th of August in Durban. (Image credit: Seth Coyne)

The third South African Adaptive Surfing Champs is scheduled to be held in Durban for the first time on the 4th and 5th of August

Made for More: www.madeformore.org.za

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Results:

 

AS VI (Adaptive surfing Visually Impaired)

Erynn Geddie (Durban) 11.00

Danito Mondlane (Berea, Durban) 6.00

AS 1U (Adaptive surfing Stand up)

Dean Hart (Durban North) 14.50

AS4 (Adaptive surfing prone)

Peter Glass (Amamzimtoti) 15.5

AS5 (Adaptive Surfing prone assist)

Grant Oosthuyzen (Pinetown) 8.0

 

Expression session

Best wave: Dean Hart (Durban North)

Longest wave: Nelisiwe Sibiya (Pietermaritzburg)

Most stoked surfer: Amuri Mwanza (Durban)

First wave: Zonke Nyandeni (Durban)

Biggest wipeout: Nelisiwe Sibiya (Pietermaritzburg)

Most waves: Alulutho ‘Lulu’ Tshoba (Clermont

 

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