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The Rottnest Classic is one of those SUP surf comps that is rich with good SUP surf talent, from local Australians to other international riders. This film from Benjamin Delfs shows us some of the best action from the comp. Such a good level of SUP surfing from the guys and girls. But in the video Benoit Carpentier is a clear stand out for us, with his powerful and planted backside hacks he is looking unstoppable on a wave. Also both Starboard riders Iballa and Shakira are killing it for the ladies.

MENS ROTTNEST CLASSIC:
1. Kai Bates (Mollymook, NSW) 16.56 – $2,500
2. Beniot Carpentier (Brittany, France) 14.83 – $1,500
3. Rick Jakovich (Gracetown, WA) – 11.40 – $900
3. Jake Jakovich (Gracetown, WA) – 5.73 – $900

WOMENS ROTTNEST CLASSIC:
1. Iballa Moreno (Canary Islands, Spain) 11.34 – $1,600
2. Shakira Westdorp (Tugun, QLD) 7.83 $800

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