IronMan Matt Bevilacqua has taken out his fifth consecutive win in the Men’s Solo Unlimited Prone Paddleboard and set a new course record of 4:20:50, beating his own 2016 record by 10 minutes.
In what was a repeat of their 2018 rivalry, IronWomen Harriet Brown and Lizzie Welborn vied for the top spot in the Women’s Solo Unlimited Prone Paddleboard with Lizzie coming in just under a minute behind Harriet.
While this is Harriet’s third straight win, both women battled the channel of bones in record time with Harriet setting a new course record of 4:50:58.
Alexandra Headland surf lifesaver Campbell Guthrie jumped up the ladder from fifth place in 2018 to a silver medal behind Bevilacqua after an impressive 2018/19 surf sports season.
Brielle Cooper from Kurrawa improved on her rookie year in 2018 and claimed the bronze medal in the Women’s Solo Unlimited Prone with a 5:27:23 finish time.
Manly LSC team mates Harrison Stone and Stewart Maclachlan both impressed in their Solo Stock Prone age groups, with Maclachlan taking out the top title in the 30-39 age group and Stone grabbing a silver in the Men’s Stock Prone Paddleboard Under 29 category.
Congratulations to all our surf sport athletes and to all the competitors in the Molokai to Oahu Paddleboard race.