Sally Fitzgibbons (Sally Fitzgibbons) - one of the best surfers in the world, was born in the Australian city of Guerroa. As a child, she was fond of football, her brother is the star of the Australian national team, Mark Bosnich. Sally herself was involved in athletics before surfing and even became the Australian middle-distance champion. The worldwide surfing community first spoke of Sally in 2004, when she became the youngest ever winner in ASP Pro Junior history (under 21) at age 14. After that, she had many more victories, but the most significant was the victory in the prestigious competitions in the world of women's surfing Rip Curl Women's Pro and Nike US Open of Surf. Following this success, the surfer's piggy bank was replenished with gold medals from the Rip Curl Women's Pro, Billabong Rio Pro and Roxy Pro France competitions.
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