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The FTBA returns in 2017 with a solid lineup of registered competitors and a host of many sponsors, helping us to achieve our goal of becoming a successful and inspiring club, ready to take bodyboarding on the Mid North Coast to new levels and helping to develop the abilities of all riders involved.

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Happy BOOGIN all.

 

Janies Last Sunday

Date Posted 7th December, 2011 Category Past Events

Some good 2-4ft swell rolled in and we had a mad time being the only lidders out.  The tide dropped and the waves moved from the wall to a bank about 200m down and all the fella's on sticks bailed.  It got heavy and some good little pits...

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Great Lakes Advocate – 1st Expression Session

Date Posted 3rd December, 2011 Category In The Press

Article in Great Lakes Advocate - Wednesday November 30th, 2011 As written by Leilani Vakaahi Forster Tuncurry Bodyboard Association recently held their first expression session in preparation for the 2012 return of the club. On November 13, 25 local riders from 11 years of age, to those more experienced,...

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Expression Session 1

Date Posted 13th November, 2011 Category Past Events

FTBA Expression Session - 13th November Special thanks for support Dan Kirkman, Colin and Donna Scard (aka Scardy's goldies), Tickle Family from No Bull Butcher Forster Keys for a lot of the food and Trish Smith of Westpac Forster for the water bottles. Total 7 days of advertising this...

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Great Lakes Advocate – Backflip Into First Place

Date Posted 12th October, 2011 Category In The Press

Article in Great Lakes Advocate - Tuesday February 27th, 2001 As written by Unknown Near perfect conditions greeted the 30 competitors in the first of Forster Tuncurry Bodyboard Association's Xsight Series Bodyboarding competition held in a sunny, clean 3 to 4 feet waves at Tuncurry Beach on Sunday, February...

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