15 year old windsurfer Grae Morris has achieved an outstanding result at the Big Techno Plus World Championships, claiming bronze in Portimao, Portugal.
The NSW Institute of Sport athlete placed behind Greek duo Alexandros Kalpogiannakis and Ionnis Karvouniaris.
Across 15 rounds Morris competed admirably, taking one first place, five seconds and a third which ultimately contributed to a net score of 51 and the bronze medal.
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🥉In the Bic Techno Plus Worlds! 🎉🥉🥉🥉 Congratulations to @alexandros_kalpo and @gkarvouniaris for 1st and 2nd, a very strong Greek team and @enora_tanne who got 1st for the women fleet! Thanks to the German team for taking me under there wing for a few days. Made loads of new friends over here and can’t wait for the next regatta. Racing is done! Time to have fun! 😉 @bicsport @nswinstituteofsport @windsurfingtv @t293class #teamnswis #partytime
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