Home > > For Immediate ReleaseSurfingCool Shoe South African Surfing ChampionshipsNew Pier, Durban, South Africa27th – 30th June 2013Thursday, 27 June 2013Reigning World Masters Surfing Champion Greg Emslie (East London, RSA) (pictured) posted a strong opening round heat win at the Cool Shoe SA Surfing Championships at Durban’s New Pier today.Emslie, who is representing the Border Surfing Team, outshone his opponents in the 1.5 meter surf, beating Alan Johns (Zulu), Neil Zietsman (WP) and Joost Van Lier (Boland) respectively in round one to advance directly to round three. © Karen / D-Vine ImagesThe Cool Shoe SA Surfing Championships, sanctioned by Surfing South Africa (SSA), will see 96 surfers from eight provincial teams compete for the four South African championship titles and the top provincial team will take home the refurbished 43 year old Presidents Cup.Surfing South Africa (SSA) is recognised by the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) and the International Surfing Association (ISA) as the governing body for the sport in South Africa.For more information on Cool Shoe go to www.cool-shoe.com or contact Georgia Carpenter on georgie1@live.co.zaPhotography supplied by D-Vine Images (Karen Wilson)Email: aquaoceanlife@gmail.comMobile: 073 463 9499

For Immediate ReleaseSurfingCool Shoe South African Surfing ChampionshipsNew Pier, Durban, South Africa27th – 30th June 2013Thursday, 27 June 2013Reigning World Masters Surfing Champion Greg Emslie (East London, RSA) (pictured) posted a strong opening round heat win at the Cool Shoe SA Surfing Championships at Durban’s New Pier today.Emslie, who is representing the Border Surfing Team, outshone his opponents in the 1.5 meter surf, beating Alan Johns (Zulu), Neil Zietsman (WP) and Joost Van Lier (Boland) respectively in round one to advance directly to round three. © Karen / D-Vine ImagesThe Cool Shoe SA Surfing Championships, sanctioned by Surfing South Africa (SSA), will see 96 surfers from eight provincial teams compete for the four South African championship titles and the top provincial team will take home the refurbished 43 year old Presidents Cup.Surfing South Africa (SSA) is recognised by the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) and the International Surfing Association (ISA) as the governing body for the sport in South Africa.For more information on Cool Shoe go to www.cool-shoe.com or contact Georgia Carpenter on georgie1@live.co.zaPhotography supplied by D-Vine Images (Karen Wilson)Email: aquaoceanlife@gmail.comMobile: 073 463 9499

June 28th, 2013

For Immediate Release
Surfing
Cool Shoe South African Surfing Championships
New Pier, Durban, South Africa
27th – 30th June 2013
Thursday, 27 June 2013
Reigning World Masters Surfing Champion Greg Emslie (East London, RSA) (pictured) posted a strong opening round heat win at the Cool Shoe SA Surfing Championships at Durban’s New Pier today.
Emslie, who is representing the Border Surfing Team, outshone his opponents in the 1.5 meter surf, beating Alan Johns (Zulu), Neil Zietsman (WP) and Joost Van Lier (Boland) respectively in round one to advance directly to round three.
© Karen / D-Vine Images
The Cool Shoe SA Surfing Championships, sanctioned by Surfing South Africa (SSA), will see 96 surfers from eight provincial teams compete for the four South African championship titles and the top provincial team will take home the refurbished 43 year old Presidents Cup.
Surfing South Africa (SSA) is recognised by the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) and the International Surfing Association (ISA) as the governing body for the sport in South Africa.
For more information on Cool Shoe go to www.cool-shoe.com or contact Georgia Carpenter on georgie1@live.co.za
Photography supplied by D-Vine Images (Karen Wilson)
Email: aquaoceanlife@gmail.com
Mobile: 073 463 9499

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