Kurrawa Surf Club has a strong and rewarding history in Surf Sports and has now become one of the most dominant competitive Clubs in Australia. Kurrawa prides itself on our athletes' performance in competitions of all levels of Surf Sports from top Iron Men and Women to March Past and IRB Racing.
Kurrawa also has a strong Junior Development Program to assist our next generation of athletes develop to their full potential, including an Elite Junior Program.
Every athlete must have a minimum qualification of either a Surf Rescue Certificate (Juniors) or a Bronze Medallion and must meet the patrol hour requirements according to their membership category to compete.
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SURF SPORTS EVENT CATEGORIES
The Iron Man and Iron Woman events are conducted over a course consisting of three legs, including a swim, surf ski and surf board. The race concludes with a beach sprint to the finish line. The order of the legs may vary and is decided by draw prior to the event.
Teams of swimmers, board paddlers and ski paddlers, compete together as a team relay over an Iron Man course. The order of the legs may vary and is decided by draw prior to the event.
The Taplin Relay event may be conducted in three person (one swimmer, one surf board and one surf ski paddler), six person (two competitors for each water leg), or four person (one competitor per water leg plus a beach sprinter to complete the race) variations.
SURF BOARD RESCUE RACE
This two-person event comprises of a surf swimmer and a surf board paddler. The race commences with the swimmer swimming to their allocated buoy and then signalling back to the beach for their board paddler to come out and collect them. Once the paddler reaches the swimmer, the two paddle their board back to the beach and cross the finish line.
SINGLE SURF SKI RACE
From a floating start, competitors paddle their surf ski around three buoys and return to the finish line. The finish is judged when any part of the surf ski crosses the finish line with the competitor and their paddle all in contact.
DOUBLE SURF SKI RACE
From a floating start, competitors (two per ski) paddle their ski around three buoys and return to the finish line. The finish is judged when any part of the ski crosses the finish line with both team members and at least one paddle in contact with the ski.
SURF BOARD RACE
From the beach (standing start) each competitor enters the water with their surf board, paddles around all buoys and returns to the beach. The winner is judged by the first competitor to cross the finish line on their feet and in contact with their board.