Papamoa's Natalie Peat Wins World Title With Black Fins
September 12, 2016
Another eight medals on the final day of Rescue 2016 contributed to an already successful campaign that has seen the New Zealand Black Fins crowned lifesaving world champions in The Netherlands overnight.
The team of 12, led by St Clair's Andrew McMillan, has created history once again as they're now the first Kiwi surf lifesaving team to win three consecutive world championship titles.
The Black Fins first prised the national team's title at the biannual Lifesaving World Championships from Australia in 2012 and once again in France in 2014
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