Bede Durbidge: goodbye WSL, hello Olympic Games

Bede Durbidge announced that he will retire from the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour in 2018. The Australian surfer will put an end to his pro surfing career as an athlete, possibly after the 2018 Margaret River. But he has big plans for the future. “I’m very excited to take on the role as the elite program manager for Surfing Australia’s High Performance Centre (HPC) and will be working with the best Australian surfers and their coaches heading into the 2020 Olympics,” stated Bede Durbidge.

Bede Durbidge announced that he will retire from the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour in 2018. The Australian surfer will put an end to his pro surfing career as an athlete, possibly after the 2018 Margaret River. But he has big plans for the future. “I’m very excited to take on the role as the elite program manager for Surfing Australia’s High Performance Centre (HPC) and will be working with the best Australian surfers and their coaches heading into the 2020 Olympics,” stated Bede Durbidge.

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Bede Durbidge: goodbye WSL, hello Olympic Games

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