URBNSURF to host the Victorian Boardriders qualifying event


Surfing Victoria and Surfing Australia have announced that the Victorian qualifiers for the Hyundai Australian Boardriders Battle will take place at Australia’s premier surf park – URBNSURF in Melbourne.

Now in its ninth season, the Hyundai Australian Boardriders Battle is Australia’s largest grassroots boardriders event, involving over 60 of Australia’s top clubs and offering $ 112,700 in prize money. The competing clubs nominated teams of six surfers – 3x Open Males, 1x Open Female, 1x Over-35 Master (male or female) and 1x Under-18 Junior (male or female), who competed in an exciting format and dynamic.

As one of the best club surfing series, the nine stages of the Hyundai Australian Boardriders Battle Series will once again travel across Australia with events at locations such as URBNSURF, North Narrabeen and Newcastle for the national final.

Surf Victoria General Manager Adam Robertson said: “We are delighted to be able to host the Victorian round of the Hyundai Australian Boardriders Battle at URBNSURF.

“Combining the passion for club surfing with epic waves is the perfect recipe and I have no doubts that the level of surfing will be incredible. “

Surf fans across the country will be able to watch the best Victorian boardriders club with the event broadcast live on Kayo Sports.

The event will take place on Sunday 12 December at URBNSURF in Melbourne from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Due to the current COVID-19 situation and Surfing Australia’s commitment to comply with all state and federal regulations, series dates are subject to change at any time.

The 2021/22 Hyundai Australian Boardriders Battle Series is supported by Hyundai, Oakley, ACCIONA, Reef Tip, Gage Roads 2XP, mySURF.tv and Surfing Australia.

For more information: www.australianboardridersbattle.com

For more information on URBNSURF Melbourne, visit www.urbnsurf.com

Image :: Willis Droomer of the Torquay Boardriders Club will be one of the players to watch in the Victorian qualifying battle of the Hyundai Australian Boardriders. Courtesy of Surf Victoria

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