Surf lifesaving races this week

THE REPS: Team members and support personnel for the high-powered New Zealand Representative Challenge are, back (from left): Renee Wikaire (team manager), Dion Williams (coach), Blake Brown (Midway), Alex Bristow (Waikanae), Tom Dods (Waikanae), Joseph Puddick (Wainui), Jack Virtue (Wainui), Callum Torrie (Midway), Harry Dods (Waikanae), Chris Dawson (Midway), Laura Quilter (Wainui), Dave Corrin (team manager) and BDO Gisborne partner Lyall Evans (representing the team’s sponsors). Front: Aberdeen Falwasser-Logan (Wainui), Casie Fyall (Waikanae), Lauren Pickett (Waikanae), Danielle Scott (Midway), Alex Bermingham (Midway), Olivia Corrin (Midway) and Jamie Gedye (Waikanae). Absent are Shaun Pahina (Midway), Kirby Scammell (Midway), Sam Newlands (Midway) and Jess Blakeman (Midway). The 2017 rep challenge will be held on Sunday at Hawke’s Bay’s Waimarama Beach. Picture by Liam Clayton

SURF lifesaving athletes selected from the three Gisborne clubs will take part in a comprehensive competition programme held over one day of high-level racing this week.

SURF lifesaving athletes selected from the three Gisborne clubs will take part in a comprehensive competition programme held over one day of high-level racing this week.

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