Volume 19. Number 1
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That's Honolua Blomfield on her way to winning the Junior Women's and Open Pro at the Noosa Fest on a Peter White shaped Classic Malibu Nic Jones Powerhouse model (Nic won the Mens Open Am btw). Unashamedly tri-finned and channel bottomed, some Aussie subscriber is going to win this Ferrari by next issue - our 72nd board winner over 72 mags.

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WOMEN’S & LONGBOARD CHAMPS CROWNED AT THE AUSTRALIAN INDIGENOUS TITLES – PHOTOS AND WRAP
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AN OLD MAL DISPLAY LIKE NO OTHER – BENNETT SURFBOARDS CELEBRATING 60 YEARS IN BIZ
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