MOLLYMOOK has again showed why it is one of the top surf lifesaving clubs on the sand in the country, at the weekend’s Ocean6 Series at North Wollongong Beach.
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Fresh off dominating the NSW Interbranch Titles the weekend before, where he claimed gold in both the youth men’s beach flags and sprint at Black Head Beach, 16-year-old Sam Zustovich continued his exceptional form at round three of the Ocean6 Series.
After winning the open men’s beach flags at Coolum’s round two, Zustovich matched that achievement on Saturday – just edging out club mate Brock Scrivener for the crown.
The same result happened in the open men’s beach sprint, with Zustovich just beating Scrivener to the line.
It was a clean sweep for Mollymook in the open men’s beach sprint, with Joe Halesy taking out the bronze medal.
The day also marked a successful return for club mate Payton Williams to the sport, with her claiming bronze in the open women’s beach flags.
In doing so, Williams knocked out her training partner Kate Lewis, who finished fourth on the day.
Not to be outdone was Tim Burgmann, who finished eighth in the open men’s beach sprint and sixth in the open men’s beach flags.
Round four of the competition will in held at Currumbin on January 12, but the Mollymook contingent, trained by Daniel Robberds, won’t be attending, rather concentrating on the NSW Interstate Championships and Ocean6’s round five at Surfers Paradise on February 2.
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