Making Waves Out of Raglan

Kerry Black and his Raglan-based company, ASR (Artificial Surf Reef Ltd), are the focus of a SunSpot article on improving surf on America’s East Coast. A former Waikato University lecturer, Black is at the forefront of artificial surf technology and is responsible for the only successful reef to date – at Narrowneck beach, Sydney. He currently has 6 wave-building projects in the pipeline, including a high-profile contract in Southern California, and is working with a New York developer on creating an indoor surfing attraction.


Tags: Artificial Surf Reefs Ltd  Kerry Black  Narrowneck Beach Sydney  New York City  Raglan  Southern California  Sunspot  surfing  United States  University of Waikato  

Triple Crown for Penske Driver Scott McLaughlin

Triple Crown for Penske Driver Scott McLaughlin

Christchurch-born Scott McLaughlin has ended a 13-year wait with a thumping win to become the first Supercars driver to win the Triple Crown in Darwin. ESPN’s Eamonn Tiernan reports that DJR…