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PADDLEBOARDER TERRENE BLACK TAKES HOME BRONZE

The Central Coast’s Terrene Black has come third in the World StandUp Paddleboard Championship in Denmark. The Toowoon Bay lifeguard got off to a flying start, taking the twists and bends with confidence and breaking apart from the pack. But she was pipped at the post by New Zealand’s Annabel Anderson, with France’s Olivia Piana scraping in to second place. Black finished the course in just over 22 minutes to take home bronze. (audio in parts)

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CARMICHAEL FALLS SHORT IN PORTUGAL

Avoca’s Wade Carmichael has fallen just short of the Azores Pro final in Portugal, bowing out in the semi-finals. The 25-year-old scored his top two waves straight away, then struggled to manage anything over two for his remaining waves. Meanwhile, Wamberal teen Harry Maskell has taken out second place at the World Stand Up Paddleboard Championships. He was the youngest competitor in the final, only beaten by Brazil’s Luiz Diniz by one point. (VISION ONLY)

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QUARTERS FOR CARMICHAEL

Avoca’s Wade Carmichael is through to the quarterfinals of the Azores Airlines Pro in Portugal. His first wave proved to be his strongest, posting a 8.27 which kept him in the lead for the whole heat. The 25-year-old finished with a solid 14.30, he’ll now face Brazil’s Peterson Crisanto tonight. (VISION ONLY)

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LLOYD PENS 3 YEAR DEAL WITH GWS

Big news for former Killarney Vale Bombers forward Daniel Lloyd. He’s just put pen to paper on a three-year deal with the GWS Giants. The 25-year-old made his debut for the side in May, taking to the field another six times during the season. While he’s made an impression on the Giants, he won’t be playing in tonight’s qualifying final against the Adelaide Crows. (AUDIO IN PARTS)

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