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    Hawaii's Carissa Moore is the 2019 World Surf League champion

    Hawaii's Carissa Moore is the 2019 World Surf League champion


    She's claimed her fourth title after the only other competitor with a chance to pass her in the season-long race, Caroline Marks, was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Maui Pro.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other General News
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     29 Nov: New Zealand weightlifter Kanah Andrews-Nahu has been upgraded to a bronze medal at last year's Youth Olympic Games
     25 Nov: Chris Le Lievre has claimed a gold medal in his international debut at the Multi Nations bowls tournament on the Gold Coast
     19 Nov: Kiwi skier Piera Hudson is eyeing podium finishes in her opening two slalom races of the season in Colorado this week
     14 Nov: A case of job done for Timaru shooter Natalie Rooney
     11 Nov: Hamish Bond's about to embark on a new experience in the rowing world
     09 Nov: A mixed start for the New Zealander's at the men's squash world championships in Doha
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     Today's News

    International:
    UK election sees voters go to the polls as Boris Johnson seeks Conservative majority, live 8:57

    International:
    New Zealand military begins mission to bring tourists' bodies back from volcanic White Island 8:47

    Entertainment:
    Tiffany Haddish keeps a microscope in her bedroom 8:40

    International:
    Russia's WADA ban won't keep the athletes who profited from its cheating away from the Tokyo Olympics 8:37

    Business:
    Christchurch has spoken - and wants a new stadium 8:27

    Skiing:
    Kiwi snowboarder Zoi Sadowski Synnott has made a brilliant start to her campaign at the Women's Big Air World Cup in Beijing 8:17

    Entertainment:
    Chrissy Teigen is "no longer a sample size" 8:10

    Rugby:
    Scott Robertson wishes nothing but the best for new All Blacks coach Ian Foster 7:57

    Cricket:
    The American empire is vowing to strike back on day two of golf's Presidents Cup at Melbourne 7:57

    Business:
    The Prime Minister is defending the next step in deciding Ports of Auckland's future 7:57


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