spot_img
24.5 C
Mangalore
Monday, February 6, 2023
spot_img
spot_img
spot_img
spot_img

Popular Articles

National Open Surfing Competion Came To An End

The three-day premiere surfing competition conducted by the Surfing Federation of India and hosted by the Mantra Surf Club on Panambur Beach came to an end.

- Advertisement -

Karnataka’s Ramesh Budhihal emerged as the national champion, while Tamil Nadu’s Ajeesh Ali was the runner-up in the Men’s Open Surf category on the final day of the third edition of the Indian Open of Surfing here on Sunday.

Sugar Banarse and Sofiya Sharma have crowned the national champions in the women’s open and Groms Girls 16 & Under categories, respectively, while Tamil Nadu’s Kishore Kumar was the national champion in the Groms Boys 16 & Under category.

Surfing Federation of India president Arun Vasu said, “I am very impressed with the quality of surfers here. With the LA Olympics insight, we are working hard to identify young and upcoming surfers. And, the quality and skill that was on display today only give me the confidence to keep believing in our objectives.”

  The finals were a treat to watch with a picture-perfect end when Budhial caught a wave to display some breathtaking manoeuvres helping him clinch the victory. He secured 16.33 points, while Ali finished with 15.67 points. Suvarna registered 13 points.

  Expressing happiness after becoming the national champion, Budhihal said that the field was tough and Ali was spectacular. But he was there today to put in his best efforts.In the Expression Race at the end, where winners and runners-up of all categories competed, Budhihal emerged victorious, followed by Ali.

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

61,975FansLike
65,045FollowersFollow
5,249FollowersFollow

Recent Articles

Cold wave and rising viral fever in Dakshina Kannada

In response to the chilly weather that is currently in effect, the health department has started a health awareness campaign in the area. The...

A whirlwind swept across Karkala’s Gandhi Maidan, leaving residents awed and terrified

On Saturday, January 28, there was a whirlwind at Gandhi Maidan, which terrified and surprised everyone. When the whirlwind, which spiralled into the sky and...

Karnataka makes a proposal to add Tulu as a second official language

The state of Karnataka is attempting to designate Tulu as the second official language. This is expected to fulfil a long-standing request of the...