Local surfer wins top prize

2017-12-15 06:00
PHOTOS: Karen Wilson / LizzardHeather Clark in action.

PHOTOS: Karen Wilson / LizzardHeather Clark in action.

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SOUTH Coast’s South African surfing champion Heather Clark proved her worth once again when she claimed the Lizzard/Hurricane KZN Surfing Championships open women’s title at Bronze Beach in Umhlanga on Sunday.

The championships are open to surfers from eThekwini, Ilembe, Ugu and King Cetshwayo districts.

Clark defeated Nicole Pallet, Olivia Brand and Tammy-Lee Smith respectively in very challenging wave conditions to add another trophy to her illustrious career as a professional surfer and take the R5 000 top prize.

The Lizzard/Hurricane KZN Surfing champs are hosted by Wave Wizards Surf Club and are sanctioned by the KwaZulu-Natal Surfing Association.

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