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Local surfer collects NSW bronze medal

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Dani (centre) with fellow competitors from the Byron Bay SLSC, Tyler Moon and Michael. Photo supplied

Byron Bay SLSC’s Daniela Berti Carrabs took home the bronze medal in the youth longboard contest at the NSW Board Riding championships on the weekend.

The event was held at Merewether Beach near Newcastle and fantastic conditions paved the way for some strong surfing across the day.

All up there were 98 registered competitors from 28 clubs.


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