Published on February 22nd, 2011 | by Surfing In Victoria0
Open Surfing in VIC to lift with addition of $$$ in the Toll Ipec Open Series
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Tuesday, 22 February 2011
(Torquay, VIC -Tuesday 22nd February 2011): The Mornington Peninsula is gearing up for a big weekend of surfing with the Toll Ipec Victorian Open Series Presented by Chiko and the Victorian Masters titles Supported by VB hitting the pristine beach of Gunnamatta.
The first stop on the Toll Ipec Victorian Open Series will showcase some of the best open surfers in thes tate with the regular top performers such as Simon McShane (Phillip Island), Mitch Baker (Bells Beach) and Finn Barry (Apollo Bay) all ready to get off to a flying start for the season.
All surfers will be lookingto get off to a good start to put them in a position to become the prestigious Toll Ipec Victorian Open Champion.
With a hot conditions and light winds predicted for the weekend, there will be a high performance level throughout both the men’s and women’s divisions.
Current Australian Junior champion, Nikki Van Dijk (Phillip Island), will be competing in the event and looking to continue her amazing run of surfing with a win in the Open Womens.
However, Van Dijk will be upagainst some tough competition with reigning Open Women’s Champ Amy Stewart looking to defend her title from the barrage of up and coming young female surfers.
All male surfers will be competing for a $400 cash prize with the women competing for $100.
In the Victorian MastersTitles Supported by VB, pride will be on the line as old friends battle it out for a spot in the Victorian team for the Australian Masters Titles to be held later in the year.
Past champions such as Dave Matthews (Jan Juc), Phil Trigger (Mornington Peninsula), Grayme Galbraith (Jan Juc) and Rowan Sapwell (Jan Juc) will all be competing and looking to take out the event to earn a spot in the State Team.
With 6 separate divisions from the Over 35s upwards, there will be plenty of action down on the beach.
The Toll Ipec Victorian Open Series is presented by Chiko and Supported by VB
The Victorian Masters Titlesis Supported by VB