Monster winners once again

The team are (from left): Lauren Pickett, Briana Irving, Christy Tate and Georgie Pitkethley. Picture supplied

There were more than just two winning teams that featured Gisborne surf athletes at the gruelling Mount Monster long-distance surf lifesaving event at Mt Maunganui on Saturday.

A Waikanae team won the under-19 women’s section for the second year in a row.

Briana Irving did the five-kilometre beach run, Lauren Pickett the 1.5km swim, Christy Tate the 12km ski leg, and Georgie Pitkethley the 6km board paddle.

The team are (from left): Lauren Pickett, Briana Irving, Christy Tate and Georgie Pitkethley.

Picture supplied

There were more than just two winning teams that featured Gisborne surf athletes at the gruelling Mount Monster long-distance surf lifesaving event at Mt Maunganui on Saturday.

A Waikanae team won the under-19 women’s section for the second year in a row.

Briana Irving did the five-kilometre beach run, Lauren Pickett the 1.5km swim, Christy Tate the 12km ski leg, and Georgie Pitkethley the 6km board paddle.

The team are (from left): Lauren Pickett, Briana Irving, Christy Tate and Georgie Pitkethley.

Picture supplied

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