Watch: Rip Curl #GromSearch National Final Crowns Its Champs

19 Jan 2019 0 Share

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The super-stoked out mega rad grom event that is the Rip Curl #GromSearch National Final went down this week. Over three days on the NSW South Coast, the country's rippingest shredheads in the Under 16, Under 14 and Under 12 age groups competed for the title of GromSearch Champ.

The list of previous GromSearch winners illustrates the prestigious history of the series, with WSL competitors Gabriel Medina (Brazil), Tyler Wright (Australia), Owen Wright (Australia), Matt Wilkinson (Australia), Jordy Smith (South Africa), Kolohe Andino (USA) and Sally Fitz gibbons (Australia) among the list of former competitors and Grom Search International Final Champions.

The list of names below will hope to one day be included in the above paragraph. Here are the results from the 2018/19 Rip Curl GromSearch National Final:

16-and-Under Boys
1 – Finn Cox (Gnarabup, WA)
2 – Jamie Thomson (Narrabeen, NSW)

16-and-Under Girls
1 – Molly Picklum (Shelly Beach, NSW)
2 – Carly Shanahan (Wooli, NSW)

14-and-Under Boys
1 – Lennix Smith (Barrack Point, NSW)
2 – Matt Boyle (Palm Beach, Qld)

14-and-Under Girls
1 – Jazz Wylie (Jan Juc, Vic)
2 – Liliana Bowery (Tewantin, Qld)

12-and-Under Boys
1 – Chez Bos (Burleigh, Qld)
2 – Yuma Nagasawa (Japan)

12-and-Under Girls
1 – Willow Hardy (Margaret River, WA)
2 – Quincy Symonds (Tweed Heads, NSW)


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