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Australian Indigenous Titles 2013

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Amber Mercy surfsister.com.au

Introducing Angela Thomas of future Photography,

 "I have just gotten back from taking photos at Bells for the Australian Indigenous Titles 2013. The indigenous competition is on its 2nd year after having a 17 year break. This year was the first year they have put a women's division in, which is awesome! Now there for all those Indigenous women looking to compete. It is an amazing competition and very cultural!!!"

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Philippa Anderson - 2012 Australian Champion

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Philippa Anderson (Merewether, NSW) have been crowned the respective Women’s champions on the final day of the Australian Surf Festival supported by Essential Energy at Port Macquarie.

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Surfmasters Opens Second Week Of Australian Surf Festival Supported By Essential Energy

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Australia’s best amateur surfers took to the water at Light House Beach in Port Macqaurie to open the second week of the Australian Surf Festival supported by Essential Energy.

One of Victoria’s most prominent and powerful female surfers, Georgia Fish (Flinders, VIC), lead the charge in the open womens. Looking to add an Australian Title to her very successful junior career, the 19-year-old was off to a flying start in her opening round of the Australian Surfmasters.

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The Australian Surf Festival 2012

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The epic week of surfing saw competitors test Diamond Head, Shelly Beach and finally North Haven in a quest for the title. The variety of beaches offered good banks and new Open Womens champion Georgia Young (Swanbourne, WA), relished in her first Australian Title.

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Bridget McCulloch

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Bridget McCulloch is a happy 17 year old Sunshine Coast surfer girl that has a hunger to compete. Bridget loves surfing her local break 'Alex' on her 5'5 DHD Project 15 or Laura Enever's old 5'6 DHD surfboard. Bridget is currently 'Queensland State Champion' for 2011 under 18's as well as performing the duties of Queensland's team captain at this years under 18 girls All Star Competitions. Where the girls took out the 'Australian Title' for 2011 under 18's girls All Star team division.

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