Starboard Zinkwazi Race Results

Starboard Zinkwazi Race Results

 

OPEN MEN
Position  Name
1 Dylan Frick 1:02:16.9
2 Tom King 1:02:47.5
3 Kimon Dos Santos 1:02:53.4
4 Matt Swemmer 1:04:46.5
5 Kyle Chrystal 1:04:52.2
6 Cameron Tripney 1:05:12.6
7 Brandon Read 1:05:25.9
8 Gunter Berger 1:07:11.4
9 John Bray 1:11:19.6
10 Corne Rossouw 1:13:32.3
11 Jon Irvins 1:14:23.0
12 Andre Fitt 1:22:09.7
13 Alan Marnitz 1:27:48.6
14 Michael Law 1:38:41.9
OPEN WOMANS 
1 Tarryn King 1:06:13.5
2 Charlotte Atherton 1:07:22.4
3 Karisa Grace 1:18:19.5
4 Lande Williamson 1:18:20.0
5 Jacky de Billiot 1:18:20.2
6 Shelley Naylor 1:32:12.0
7 Karen de Bruto 1:34:18.5
8 Ann Smith 1:41:25.4
9 Jayne Law 1:43:26.8
10 Yvonne Stacey 1:43:45.8
11 Marici Grefrath 1:55:00.8
12 Liz du Plessis 1:55:01.9
SOCIAL
1 Piet Stacey 42:36.2
2 Elizabeth Marnitz 1:11:35.7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018 Starboard Zinkwazi 10km SUP Race

2018 Starboard Zinkwazi 10km SUP Race

Entries for the 2018 Starboard 10km Zinkwazi Race are now open.

 

 

 

Download the 2018 Starboard Zinkwazi 10km SUP Race Entry form (right click an save).

 

Please send entries and proof of payment to admin@joluka.co.za before Wednesday 8th August 2018

Account Joluka Projects (Pty) Ltd.
Bank: Nedbank
Account 1124520953
Branch 14834500

 

 

Enter the 2018 SUP Durbs Pro Now

Enter the 2018 SUP Durbs Pro Now

 

Online entries for the 2018 SUP Durbs! Pro now open. Enter here…

 

The SUP Durbs! PRO (& SA SUP Surf Champs) is a Surfing South Africa sanctioned event.

During the course of this weekend, Durban will also play host to the National Prize-Giving, SUPSA AGM and National Team Fund Raiser.

 

Event: SUP Durbs Pro & SA SUP Surf Champs
Formats: SA SUP Surf Champs, Long Distance & Techincal Races
Date: 13-15 July
Entry cut off date: 5th July (online only!)
Online entry here: http://www.supdurbs.co.za/pages/15169/enter-sup-durbs-pro-2018
Contact person: Lande – lande@pulsatorlures.co.za
Location: mobile

 

2018 Xpression Wave Classic Results & Wrap Up

2018 Xpression Wave Classic Results & Wrap Up

2018 xpression wave classic

This weekend’s Xpression Wave Classic saw a great turn-out for the surfing with 60 competitors – perfect 3/4 ft offshore conditions at the Berg.

 

Sunday was a different story, 19 racers in extremely difficult condition – 3 ft chop, 25-knot side shore, strong current and irregular period. While we had hoped to have a far longer race (especially for Mr Chipps, who flew down especially from Durban) it was impossible to make the race longer or do multiple ins and outs due to the wind and rip, without endangering paddlers. Two girls had to be rescued close to the rocks as it is.

 

The SUP Surfing Finals

Sadly, we could not display what our sup-surfing was really about due to the conditions, but the winners probably still came to the fore.

 

2018 Xpression Wave Classic Mens Final Surfing Results:

  1. Tom King
  2. Henco Scholtz
  3. Dylan Frick
  4. Tyran Cooper

 

2018 Xpression Wave Classic Womens Final Surfing Results:

  1. Tammy Foster
  2. Penny Stemmet
  3. Tarryn King
  4. Khara Doyle

 

2018 Xpression Wave Classic Overall Race Results:

 

POSITION NAME DIVISION DIVISION POSITION

1

DYLAN FRICK OPEN MEN

1

2

HENCO SCHOLTZ JUNIORS

1

3

GARY VAN ROOYEN LEGENDS

1

4

TYRAN COOPER OPEN MEN

2

5

NATHAN VAN VUUREN OPEN MEN

3

6

KIMON DOS SANTOS OPEN MEN

4

7

TARRYN KING OPEN WMN

1

8

RORY SMYTHE LEGENDS

2

9

LEVI MAYES PRONE

1

10

TAMMY FOSTER OPEN WMN

2

11

CAMERON TRIPNEY JUNIORS

2

12

MIKE TERON LEGENDS

3

13

JUSTIN LINLEY LEGENDS

4

14

KE-LUNG SU OPEN MEN

5

15

SHAYNE CHIPPS OPEN MEN

6

16

EVETTE TERBLANCHE SOC WMN

1

17

MISSY VOLKER DIVAS

1

18

CAROLINE GILL SOC WMN

2

19

ELMARI RENECLE DIVAS

2

 

 

Xpression Wave Classic Surf Results;

 

Xpression Wave Classic, Presented by Mistral and Coreban

xpression cape town wave classic

Join the XOTB team again for the much anticipated and highly contested XPRESSION WAVE CLASSIC 2018! This year it is hosted in conjunction with ‘The Jordy Smith Cape Town Surf Pro’.

 

This is a SUPSA and SSA sanctioned event.

 

As the winter swells start rolling in, SA’s best paddleboarders gather to compete against each other in the Xpression Wave Classic. We will witness 2 days of heart-wrenching top to bottom surfing, cries of laughter, tears of joy (and pain) and fun in the sun (and/or rain) with friends and family!

 

* XOTB will also be holding a Technical Race which will take place on Sunday 17th June at Blouberg (just before the finals).
* This will be 2nd year they will be holding a Foil Division

 

Date: 16th – 17th June
Entry cut off date: Monday 11th June
Online entry: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfdVWkQkxubGtZnitwX1ljmXaSE7Fsc53ROvR2h_qNv6QW7-Q/viewform?c=0&w=1
Contact person:Gary – 0825523177 or Ty – 0712903829
Safety: PFD and Leashes compulsory for Racing. No Staps for Foil division
Location: TBC Muizenberg/ Blouberg

City Surf Series: Enter The Zigzag Durban Surf Pro SUP Race

City Surf Series: Enter The Zigzag Durban Surf Pro SUP Race

City-Surf-Series--Enter-The-Zigzag-Durban-Surf-Pro-SUP-Race

 

The Zigzag Durban Surf Pro presented by Graham Smith Surfboards, which takes place in Durban from this Friday to Sunday, will be the first of the final three City Surf Series events to include a Stand Up Paddle race.

 

Surfing South Africa’s Stand Up Paddleboard partner, SUPSA, will coordinate and present the Two Star rated SUP Race 5km race during the Zigzag Durban Pro presented by Graham Smith Surfboards, which is scheduled for Saturday, May 19th at 8 am. Paddlers should gather at North Beach at 7.30am for a pre-race briefing.

 

Sunday is the holdover day if conditions are not suitable for racing on Saturday.

 

Download Zig Zag Durban Surf Pro SUP RACE ENTRY FORM here >>

 

The race will start and finish between the piers during the surfing event, allowing spectators the opportunity to watch some of South Africa’s top Stand Up Paddleboard athletes racing 14ft race boards around a triangular course.

South African SUP Team members Tom and Tarryn King from Cape Town will both be competing in the Longboard surfing as well as taking on some of Durban’s top SUP racers for the R8000 in prize money which will goes to the top three finishers in the Men’s and Women’s divisions.

SUPSA Vice President Jackie De Billot, who is currently South Africa’s top ranked woman racer, is the Race Director and she has designed a challenging but fun course for the 5km race.

It will be held over three laps with paddlers going out through the surf, around a triangular course at the backline and back to the beach where a run transition after each lap will bring the action right onto the beach.

A fun social race will also be held to give less experienced paddlers the opportunity to get involved.

Paddlers keen to participate in the professional 5km race should confirm their entry by emailing Jackie de Billot at vicepresident@supsa.org.za. Early entries cost R100 and beach registration from 7.30am on the day will cost R120.

“Stand Up Paddling South Africa (SUPSA) is very excited by the opportunity offered to the sport of Stand Up Paddleboarding by our partner Surfing South Africa and Accelerate Sport to participate in the City Surf Series. Being a relatively new but fast growing water sport we appreciate the financial and logistical support that our inclusion in this series brings for ourselves and our sponsors, and we are exploring ways to expand this relationship to our mutual benefits in the future” said Dave Maxwell, President of SUPSA.

Gary Grant, Managing Director of Accelerate welcomed Stand Up Paddling to the programme saying “We are delighted to have SUPSA included into the remaining three events of the City Surf Series. This further entrenches our strategy to create a festival of surfing and coming together of the general market but also adds great additional value to our partners. We look forward to this trial period with SUPSA, so that we can include it into all our events in 2019”

 


Surfing South Africa is the recognised governing body for the sport in South Africa and is a member of the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC), the African Surfing Confederation (ASC) and the International Surfing Association (ISA). SUPSA works with Surfing South Africa as a partner and all national SUPSA events held in South Africa are sanctioned by SSA