Beach Breaks Carnival and NSW State Titles hit Maroubra,
By LAURA AUBUSSON
24th July 2015
local Koda Killorn, 11, will compete in the state
surfing titles at Maroubra this weekend.
Maroubra surfer Koda Killorn is small in size but
leaves a big mark in the ocean beating competitors
two years older than him.
Southend Boardrider is expected to be a standout in
this weekends NSW Grommet State Titles from
Friday to Sunday showcasing the best U14 surfers across
11, was first pushed on a wave at Maroubra at age
four. He started competing less than two years ago
and was quick to impress.
age 10 he took out the U12 Southside Regionals, and
placed fifth in the U12 State Titles.
really hard, theres a lot of really good surfers,
he said. But I can learn, and I can see what
they do on the waves if they are better.
just love being out there, on great waves.
trains with his dad Jamie, and surfing coaches Paul
Moffatt and Matt Griggs who introduced Koda
to his favourite surfer, Aussie pro Owen Wright.
like his style, he is a goofy surfer like me
and hes Australian and number three in
surfing final will coincide with Randwick Councils
Beach Breaks Carnival on Sunday from 12pm.
carnival has market stalls, food, rides, entertainment
and inductions into the Australian Surfing Walk of
years inductees are Maroubra big wave surfer
Steve Blackie Wilson, and former pro surfer
Jessi Miley-Dyer. Olympians Ron McKeon and the late
Walter Brown will be inducted for surf life saving.
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