Kneeboarding World Champs in Kiama

Organisers expect more than 125 competitors will take part when the World Kneeboard Titles are held in Kiama  next year.

Organisers expect more than 125 competitors will take part when the World Kneeboard Titles are held in Kiama next year.

MORE than 100 of the world's best surfing kneeboarders will descend on Kiama's beaches for a week next year.

The town will host the 2015 World Kneeboard Titles from September 13-20 next year.

Organisers expect more than 125 competitors from New Zealand, Tahiti, the US, Spain, Venezuela, France, England, Ireland, South Africa and Japan will take part in the event to contest the Open and age division titles.

The world titles are fully sanctioned by surfing's governing body, the International Surfing Association, and are held every two years.

Previous events have been held at Tahiti, Phillip Island, New Zealand, Santa Cruz and South Africa.

For more information head to kneeboardsurfaustralia.com

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