Subway Surf Series sticks 13 young Australian ladies with WSL CT's Laura Enever
Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 4 May, 2015 - Coolangatta, Queensland - The future of female Australian surfing is in safe hands according to World Surf League competitor Laura Enever who is hosting 13 of the country’s top female juniors at the Subway Summer Surf Camp at Casuarina in northern New South Wales.
The 13 surfers won the Under 18 divisions during the Subway Summer Surf Series held across Australia last summer and were invited to an all-expenses paid training camp at the Hurley Surfing Australia High Performance Centre (HPC) at Casuarina
Enever, a Subway Summer Surf Series ambassador, is spending time and surfing with the participants and conducting video analysis of their surf sessions plus hosting question and answer sessions.
Lucy Callister © Surfing Australia
“There are so many girls surfing now and there are some days when I go out and there are more girls than men surfing, which is great to see,” Enever said.
“They have this no-fear approach now and they don’t look like they are intimidated out there anymore no matter what the conditions. There were some big sets coming through this morning and yesterday they were out at Kirra and just pushing each other.
“It’s great that they get this opportunity through the Subway Summer Surf Series and there’s no doubt female surfing in Australia is in amazing hands when you look at the talent at this camp.”
Lucy Callister and Alyssa Lock © Surfing Australia
The surfers at the camp are:
Holly Wawn (Newport, NSW)
Paris Whittaker (Cronulla, NSW)
Courtney Dunlop (Phillip Island, VIC)
Lucy Callister (Palm Beach, Qld)
Kirra-Belle Olsson (Avoca, NSW)
Lizzy Stokely (Bruny Island, TAS)
Bella Wilton (Manly, NSW)
India Robinson (Jan Juc, VIC)
Amy Gore (Christies Beach, SA)
Alysse Cooper (Queenscliff, NSW)
Emi Campbell (Denmark, WA)
Bailee Hastie (Gracetown, WA)
Alyssa Lock (Coolangatta, Qld)