Congrats to Paige Hareb from Taranaki for taking out the Queen of the Point at Raglan this month at the King & Queen of the Point event.
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Entries by kyliem10
14 year old Asia Braithwaite set down a goal earlier this year, to get barrelled on a solid day. Since then she has been out putting in the yards during some thumping sessions getting more comfortable with each session. Last week Asia slotted this barrel which was one of the better tubes of the day […]
The rad team at Betty zine are taking pre-orders for the second issue, be sure to grab your hands on one of these beauties! Available here Betty Zine is a space for lady sliders to come together in our creative pursuits. We are a community of women from all waves of life, brought together […]
AWSA catches up with software engineer, illustrator and surfer Daria Milkhailova to discuss all things art, surf and life.
Riverton’s Marama Pou has had her feet planted firmly on a surf board since she was a child. After more than 30 years of living and breathing the sport, she has been selected to be the Southland ambassador for the Aotearoa Women’s Surfing Association (AWSA).
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.