Wainui Members came together this afternoon to celebrate an awesome season for the end of year Prize Giving. Acknowledging success, contribution and excellence from our under 5’s to our national achieving sport athletes through to life saving achievements and club involvement.
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Wainui SLSC welcomes all members to the annual prizegiving to celebrate the 2017/2018 season.
Jasmine Smith and Abby Logan have been paddling together probably since before they could walk. Coming together again for for the Open Women's Board Rescue in their last event of the SLSNZ 2018 Nationals done in spectacular fashion in the peaking swell and late afternoon light. Heading into the medal presentation suspense was building as placings had not been confirmed - GOLD to our girls!!
Day 2 of the SLSNZ 2018 Nationals dawned with a blustery Southerly and jump in swell that had event management relocate the U16 competitors at Waikanae.
The 2018 SLSNZ Nationals got off to a great start with perfect conditions across the beach at Midway. Being on home turf was an asset to the Wainui competitors who were able to get a good amount of training in on the competition arena leading into the Nationals.
2018 SLSNZ Nationals in Gisborne based at Midway Surf Club got off to a great start with the official opening day where the Masters competitors get out and go hard.
With the final Nippers session for the 2017/2018 season on Sunday 11 March we reflect on the importance of coming together to give our youngsters the opportunity to learn water and beach skills in a safe and fun environment.
Huge congratulations to our Wainui Oceans Team who competed with unconditional commitment and big hearts taking on the best of the country’s junior surf sport athletes.
Weather conditions eased some what for day 2 of Oceans 18. Beach availability was a concern for organisers today with Beach Flags on the schedule and not much room until the tide receded with strong onshore winds continuing to push in swell combined with a king tide due to the full moon.