Professional surfer Laura Enever is a 2x World Junior Champion, Australian Champion and Pro Jnr Champion, Laura had an amazing junior surfing career and has gone on to compete on the WSL Women’s World Tour for 7 years, consistently finishing in the Top 10.
With results to show that she is one of the worlds best female surfers, Laura has also made a name for herself showing a fearless approach in big waves and waves of consequence, making her one of the most exciting and influential female surfers of this time.
For all her surfing fans out there, you must read Women Fitness’ exclusive interview with Laura Enever.
As a 2x World Junior Champion, Australian Champion and Pro Junior Champion, You are currently competing in the 7th year on the WSL Women’s World Tour where you have consistently finished in the Top 10. What was the biggest motivation for you to take up surfing professionally?
I started surfing when I was 10 years old and just loved being in the ocean everyday. The competitions were so much fun when I was younger and before I knew it I had qualified for the WSL World Tour when I was 18. I still pinch myself everyday that I actually turned surfing into my job. The Last 7 years I’ve been competing full time on the World tour (which like any sport/job comes along with lots of ups and downs). After a couple of injuries this year I’ve put competing aside to get stronger and focus more on Big Wave Surfing which has been a fun, new challenge.
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