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Kia Ora AWSA friends and whanau! AGM time has rolled around again.
Members of AWSA will receive the Zoom link to the meeting via email on Friday 5th June.
Katherine Greer is an entrepreneur, creator, mother, grandmother and ocean lover. Katherine established one of Aotearoa’s original surf shops in the eighties, Hydro Surf.
Earlier this year Salt Gypsy stayed with their good friends, Kelly and Adam, at their beautiful eco accomodation, The Huts, in the heart of Northland, New Zealand.
Overall, this event was community centred and had a strong inclusion of wahine surfers and the importance of having women involved in the event.
AWSA board member Daisy Thomas caught up with Ava last week at Scholastics after she took out the U14 division.
We are stoked to announce the winner of the Carissa Moore Scholarship. Congratulations to Natasha Gouldsbury on being selected to travel to Hawaii and train with Carissa Moore!
In her parents basement in Orewa, Lou Aitken is riding the quest of a wave, as one of a rare breed of women who create surfboards. Jim Kayes reports.
New Zealand's Paige Hareb has requalified for the World Surf League's full championship tour in 2019.
The Taranaki surfer confirmed her place in the elite division with a standout performance in Australia on Monday.
Hareb has had her struggles on the world championship tour (WCT) this year, failing to make it past the second round and being ranked 18th with just one event left in Hawaii later this month.
In October 2018, a group of women gathered in Shipwreck Bay, Ahipara, for a hui presented byHinemoanas Table: Positive evolution of Women’s Surf Culture in Aotearoa. We came with no ideas about what outcomes may arise, but instead a desire to celebrate those who had come before us, reflect on where we are now, and be open to what a positive evolution of womens surf culture in Aotearoa might look like.
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