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Team 2481

2481 Byron Bay is proud to sponsor some of our regions and hottest and brightest surf talents.

Tessa Davidson



Bio: Tessa Davidson has been surfing since she finished lifesaving at the age of 14 and has risen extremely quickly to the top of the Women Australian Longboarding Circuit with great results in all competitions throughout Australia.

At the age of 22 and having a good nature yet still a competitive attitude Tessa has won 3 of the Women's Suzuki Pro Longboarding competitions held in Australia this year which should see her go close to wrapping up the event, with the final event to be held in Byron, this would without doubt be a sensational achievement.

Results: Tessa has been cranking it this year...

  • 2005 1st Suzuki Longboard Tour - Torquay.
  • 2005 1st Suzuki Longboard Tour - Mandurah.
  • 2005 1st Suzuki Longboard Tour - Denmark.
  • 2005 4th Suzuki Longboard Tour - Coffs Harbour.
  • 2005 2nd Gold Coast Malfunction.
  • 2005 2nd Australian National Titles.




Steve Mills




Bio: Steve was born on the far North Coast of NSW and has lived in the region all his life,with a passion for surfing Steve is in the water everyday and competes regularly in Longboard contests.

In the current 2005 Suzuki Pro Longboard Series,Steve has competed in three of the events this year 2 in WA and in 1 in Coffs Harbour ,this is the richest Longboard contest series ever held in Australia and attracts international competitors as well as the Australian Longboard circuit.

He dominated the 35s division with wins at both Mandurah and Denmark and also won the 35s Byron Bay Malibu Classic and the Gold Coast Malfunction in May 2005.


Results: An awesome year in 2005 ...

  • 2005 35s 1st Gold Coast Malfunction.
  • 2005 1st Byron Bay Club Round Overall.
  • 2005 1st 35s Byron Bay Malibu Classic.
  • Suzuki Pro 35s 1st Mandurah, 7th Pros Division.
  • 1st 35s Denmark,7th Pros Division.
  • 2nd 2005 Australian National Titles.
  • Suzuki Pro Byron Bay 9th Opens Pro 2005.
  • Suzuki Pro 35s tour winner 2005.
  • NSW State titles Port Macquire 4th Opens 2005.
  • NSW State titles Port Macquire 1st 35s 2005.




Eli Colby





Bio: Eli Colbi at the age of 17 has a proven record surfing in the local area, not only ripping in competitions, but says surfing with his brother brings the best out in him "the question is, who is the better?" - I think ill leave that up to the girls!

Eli himself has great results finishing 3rd in the Ripcurl Gromsearch,and also mixes surfing with a more than promising rugby league career, his other interests include travelling, X-box and hanging with the boys.


Results: speak for themselves ...
  • 2nd Sawtell Sunpatch surf classic 2004.
  • 1st Casurrina teams event2004.
  • 2nd regional school team titles 2004.
  • 3rd Ripcurl Gromsearch 2004.


Nick Colby





Bio: Nick Colbi is a local hot talent who lives and shreds the waves of Byron Bay! Nick being a team 2481 rider along with his brother Eli,resides at Suffolk Park and has excelled in years of 2004/2005.

Nick is hoping to hit the big time circuit one day,and with results such as 2nd in the "05" u/18s Regional titles and making the semis of the Ripcurl Gromsearch "04"his dream might just not be to far away!

His goal is to land an air reverse to win a major competition!



Results: up and coming or what? ...
  • 1st Maddog Membership comp u/18s 2005.
  • 2nd Regional titles u/18s 2005.
  • 1st Regional titles u/16s 2004.
  • Semifinalist Ricurl Gromsearch 2004.
  • Semifinalist Gromfest u/16s 2004.




Jeremy Webb







Bio: Born: August 10th 1971
Lives: Suffolk Park NSW
Surf spots: Out the front, Rivery & Broken Head
Sponsors: 2481 & Parkes Kneeboards
Loves: Travel




Results: Can't get much better than world titles ...
  • 2002 World Titles, Sunshine Coast Top 10 in opens.
  • 2004 World Titles, Tahiti 4th in seniors and 13th in opens.
  • 1999 Queensland Pro, 3rd State Rep for SA and NSW.
  • Australian Rep 1999, 2002 & 2004 World Titles




 
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