Surfing NSW is planning for the tentative return of community sport this year with events planned to cater for Board Rider Clubs, Juniors and Master competitors.
The 2021 Volkswagen Tradies Surfmasters will try to take-off at Cronulla in late October, this will see some of the state's best and most senior surfers duke it out for a prestigious age title.
Surfing NSW President Luke Madden said its an evolving situation but they have to try to secure dates to hold some events.
The Tradies one-day event will see over 100 of NSW's best short boarders aged Over-28 competing on the Bate Bay beach's.
The Surfmasters will see five age divisions being contested with Over-28 Men, Over-35 Men and Women, Over-45 Men and Women, Over-55 Men and Over-65 Men all competing.
Ryan Davies, Director of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Australia said the Volkswagen team is thrilled to be back on the beach at Cronulla for another year of Volkswagen Tradies Surfmasters, as part of their ongoing relationship with Surfing NSW.
"Our connection to surfing goes right back to our original Kombi, and with a range of all-new camper vans now available in Australia, we can't wait to check out the action and show surf fans why our vehicles are the perfect partner in the search for the endless summer."
Former Australian title winners and contenders will be lining up and fighting for a title if NSW Covid restrictions have eased.
The Cronulla High School Targeted Surfing Program students will be raising money for the 'Surfaid-Make A Wave' initiative this month, helping to support the health and well-being of families in remote surf communities.
The Surfaid initiative is focused on improving the lives of women and children connected through surfing, giving them access to health care, food security, water and sanitation.
The Cronulla High Students will surf everyday in September to help raise awareness for Make A Wave-so while they are surfing in September, waves have a ripple effect and help bring clean water, healthcare and food security to families in remote surf communities.
Targeted Surf Captain Kye Spencer said surfers are lucky to visit some amazing places and surf spots, unaware of the struggles they face.
"Being able to give back to those struggling communities that gave us so much on our travels is the least we can do.
"And we can go surfing everyday for a good cause"
As a bonus if you donate to Kye's link you will be entered into the draw to win a skateboard deck art designed and donated by @colourdaze
To donate. https://makeawave.com.au/cronulla-high-school
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