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Update on William van der Beek

Update on William Van Der Beek

William Van Der Beek has had a very busy month. The first two weeks were spent in Japan at the World Championships where he finished 32nd. The level of competition was of a very high standard which really pushed him hard and he has already noticed big improvements in his surfing. Over the past week he has been in Gisborne competing in the New Zealand scholastic competition with the Bay of Plenty team. The team performed really well and ended up being the overall winners! 

In Williams own words "Thanks heaps DML for the support,  it means a lot."