Long Beach Kommetjie to host the BOS Cape Crown this weekend.
Just over 80 surfers from all parts of the country will celebrate the start of youth month this weekend when they compete in the BOS Cape Crown at Long Beach in Kommetjie. The 3A rated Surfing South Africa PST event offers R23000 in prize money, prizes and valuable ratings points on the domestic surf tour to surfers in the U12, U14,U16 and U18 Divisions for Girls and Boys.
The BOS Cape Crown is supported by Lifestyle Surf Shop, SurfEars, Billabong, Cape Villa Collection and Seventyonepercent sun cream.
Main sponsor BOS will be continuing their support for junior surfing at this event and are firmly behind Surfing South Africa’s commitment to holding at least eight youth tournaments at different venues around South Africa in 2016.
An official opening function will be held at the Lighthouse Grill in Kommetjie at 7pm on Friday June 10th where there will be free boerewors rolls and sponsors handouts for competitors. All officials, parents and supporters are welcome to attend the function and enjoy the music provided by a local DJ.
All seven division champions will be awarded special trophies, a set of SurfEars Version 2 and all four finalists in the seven divisions will receive medals. Each competitor will get a BOS wristband which entitles them to a free BOS drink during the contest.
Contestants must meet at Long Beach at 7.30am on Saturday June 11th and the heats will start at approximately 8am,
Information about this weekend’s contest is available on a dedicated facebook page @ The BOS Cape Crown and by sharing or liking a post on this page someone could win a month’s supply of BOS product.
The heats will be posted on www.surfingsouthafrica.co.za by Wednesday June 8th and results will be updated each day of the event.
Surfing South Africa is the governing body for the sport in South Africa and is a member of the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) and the International Surfing Association (ISA).
Press Release from Surfing South Africa