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Open Champions crowned on day two of ASF

www.australiansurffestival.com. The 2014 Australian Surf Festival is proudly supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW. The event is also proudly supported by Coffs Harbour City Council, Coffs Coast Tourism, Wahu, The Hoey Moey, Nikon, Toyota, Pacific Longboarder, FCS, Australian Institute of Sport, Surfing NSW and Surfing Australia. RESULTS: Open Men 1 – Nic Squires (Corrimal, NSW) 2 – Jake Paterson (Yallingup, WA) 3 – Hayden Blair (Mollymook, NSW) 4 – Otis Carey (Coffs Harbour, NSW) Open Women 1 – Jessica Grimwood (Bateau Bay, NSW) 2 – Philippa Anderson (Merewether, NSW) 3 – Macy Callaghan (Avoca, NSW) 4 – Ellie Francis (Middleton, SA) Single Fin 1 – James Fleming (Geraldton, WA) 2 – Rob Hazelwood (Narrabeen, NSW) 3 – Jake Paterson (Yallingup, WA) 4 – Michael Crisp (Cronulla, NSW) Over-35 Women 1 – Sandra English (Budgewoi, NSW) 2 – Susan Levett (Manly, NSW) 3 – Melissa Crook (Coolangatta, Qld) 4 – Nichola Turner (Cronulla, NSW) 5 – Cheryl Peat (Seaford, SA) 2014 AUSTRALIAN SURF FESTIVAL SCHEDULE 1 August – Australian Surf Festival Opening Ceremony 2-6 August – Australian Surfmasters Titles 2-3 August – Australian Single Fin Titles 6-14 August – Australian Longboard Titles 7-10 August – Australian Logger Titles 14-18 August – Wahu Australian Bodyboard Titles]]>

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Open Champions crowned on day two of ASF

www.australiansurffestival.com. The 2014 Australian Surf Festival is proudly supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW. The event is also proudly supported by Coffs Harbour City Council, Coffs Coast Tourism, Wahu, The Hoey Moey, Nikon, Toyota, Pacific Longboarder, FCS, Australian Institute of Sport, Surfing NSW and Surfing Australia. RESULTS: Open Men 1 – Nic Squires (Corrimal, NSW) 2 – Jake Paterson (Yallingup, WA) 3 – Hayden Blair (Mollymook, NSW) 4 – Otis Carey (Coffs Harbour, NSW) Open Women 1 – Jessica Grimwood (Bateau Bay, NSW) 2 – Philippa Anderson (Merewether, NSW) 3 – Macy Callaghan (Avoca, NSW) 4 – Ellie Francis (Middleton, SA) Single Fin 1 – James Fleming (Geraldton, WA) 2 – Rob Hazelwood (Narrabeen, NSW) 3 – Jake Paterson (Yallingup, WA) 4 – Michael Crisp (Cronulla, NSW) Over-35 Women 1 – Sandra English (Budgewoi, NSW) 2 – Susan Levett (Manly, NSW) 3 – Melissa Crook (Coolangatta, Qld) 4 – Nichola Turner (Cronulla, NSW) 5 – Cheryl Peat (Seaford, SA) 2014 AUSTRALIAN SURF FESTIVAL SCHEDULE 1 August – Australian Surf Festival Opening Ceremony 2-6 August – Australian Surfmasters Titles 2-3 August – Australian Single Fin Titles 6-14 August – Australian Longboard Titles 7-10 August – Australian Logger Titles 14-18 August – Wahu Australian Bodyboard Titles]]>

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