18 March, 2013 18 March, 2013

Extreme Abilities Adapted Surfing Day

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This past Sunday’s Extreme Abilities Adapted Surfing Day was not only a chance for 47 disabled Capetonians to experience the ‘stoke’ surfing gives to millions of surfers across the globe. It was also a chance for many of Cape Town’s able-bodied surfers to be humbled and thankful that they get to experience these joys without assistance.

And they showed up in force to lend a helping hand to the 47 surf-hungry participants who’d signed up for surfing lessons.

Scroll through the gallery for some heartwarming moments captured by Shot Bru contributor Andoret Lombard.

5 Comments

  1. charmaine jones
    18 March, 2013 at 6:46 pm · Reply

    Wow, such a pleasure to read stuff like this!

  2. Dean Logie
    19 March, 2013 at 6:25 am · Reply

    Love this! saw a couple of my mates helping out. Bummed out that I missed this as I was out of the country and its right on my doorstep. I hope this will become a regular thing. Keen to share the stoke!

  3. Tasha Mentasti
    19 March, 2013 at 8:30 am · Reply

    It was an amazing event!! Thanks to Surfing South Africa, Dries Millard and his amazing family, all the volunteers and surf coaches as well as funding from Sport & Recreation SA it would not have been possible. Great images Andoret – you totally captured the days adventure 🙂

  4. Johan Smal
    21 March, 2013 at 4:30 am · Reply

    That is sharing the stoke. Bravo Zulu Well Done !!!!!!!!

  5. adrian
    24 March, 2013 at 9:18 pm · Reply

    This is what surfing is about.. no ego, no borders, just smiles and stoke 🙂

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