Kayne Dominic Duncan
How long have you been surfing
25 years +
Where did you learn to surf and what on:
I learnt to surf in Orewa on my bodyboard and spent my gromm days in Port Waikato on 5’10 Quad Saltwater Surf board.
Favourite surf spot:
Point Annihilation, Mahia Peninsula, Gisborne
Kuaotunu Reef, Coromandel
Anything that barrels!
I dislocated my knee at a surf competition in Papamoa.
Achievements in surf + life
I’ve been a competitive surfer for 16+ years. Competed in Open Mens shortboard, longboard and standup paddleboarding disciplines. I placed 4th in at the NZ Nationals over 28’s division in 2013 and 2014. I have completed ISA level 1 surf coaching course, revieved a bronze medallion lifeguard award and completed first aid training. My biggest achievement is being able to surf copetitively after breaking bothe my legs. Being able to get deep long barrels, sheaking out the doggy door and throwing out combinations all on the same wave. I enjoy coaching and sharing my passion for surfing to all ages.
Anything to do with the ocean from catching waves on any surf craft to gathering kai moana.
Fruit, chicken and bacon fettuccine
Deep barrels, sliding the tail, 360, and arial maneuvers.
What equipment do you ride:
My standard is a 6’1 custom made Hughes Gherkin but depending on the conditions I’ll take out anything. I love to surf.
Your idea of a good time:
Surf, Eat, Sleep, Repeat.
Outdoor First Aid
Community life saving Award
Level 1 SNZ Approved Surf Coach