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Layne Beachley

Dee Why, Sydney, Australia

Layne Beachley is one of the most successful women surfers of all time. She has won seven world championship titles, six of them consecutively from 1998-2003, with her seventh in 2006. Ken Bradshaw helped her hone her big-wave skills, and she became the first woman to master tow-in surfing at many infamous spots such as Outside Log Cabins, Phantoms, and Todos Santos. She founded the Aim for the Stars foundation to help young women reach their sporting dreams. Beachley was inducted to the Huntington Beach Surfing Hall of fame in 2006, and her native Australian Sports Hall of Fame in 2011.

SPONSORS: Oakley

 
 
1 May, 2014 - CULTURE: Surfing Australia and Edith Cowan University have extended their partnership for a further three years to continue to develop the sport...
26 February, 2014 - CONTESTS: 2014 is set to be the biggest year for women’s team surfing seen in this country – arguably the world – when the annual Jim Beam...
24 January, 2014 - CONTESTS: Former ASP World Champion Joel Parkinson says this weekend’s National Final of the Be the Influence Australian Boardriders Battle...
15 April, 2013 : - TEAM: Layne Beachley has won the Women’s Masters title at the ISA World Masters Surfing Championship in Ecuador while...
8 April, 2013 : - TEAM: A perfect 10-point ride to Layne Beachley has helped TravelSIM Team Australia make a strong start at the ISA World Masters Surfing...
13 October, 2008 : - - Manly Beach -- Layne Beachley (AUS), 36, former seven-time ASP Women’s World Champion and current No. 3 on the 2008 ASP Women’s World...