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Analise Kibble

Surf Ironwoman






Ocean Swimming / Board / Ski Paddling


Surf Ski & Board


Since 2020 I have used Reece’s skis and haven’t looked back. Every ski is hand crafted specifically for its rider, which each new model being innovated to improve both form and function. Reece has provided me with such insurmountable support, pushing me to become a better athlete and achieve my goals. With BOS, you know will always be paddling the most cutting edge and quality surf skis. 

MY Experience

Personal profile

Surfing, ski and board paddling, netball, science tutoring and pre-school swim teaching.

  • Currently completing a Bachelor of Medical Sciences

  • 2020 (U17) and 2023 (U19) NSW State Ski Champion

  • 4th place in 2023 Nutri-Grain Next Gen Series

  • 4th place in U19 Female Ironwoman at Aussies 2023

  • 2nd place in U19 Female Ironwoman at NSW State 2023

  • 2nd place in U19 Female Board at NSW State 2023

  • 3rd place in U19 Female Surf Race at NSW State 2023

I started my surf lifesaving career at Warriewood SLSC on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. There I participated in nippers and competed sparsely but always idolized the Nutri-Grain Ironmen and Women who are watched race on television. Despite a lack of talent for the sport, I persisted, ultimately making the move to Newport SLSC’s Kinghorn Surf Racing Academy for the 2017/18 season in U14s. That year I made my first Branch final. The next year my team and I won two gold medals at Aussies in the U15 board relay and surf teams. I can only credit Newport Surf Club to this rapid growth in my performance. 


At the 2020 NSW State, I claimed my first individual state title in the U17 Female Single Ski. But soon after Aussies was canceled due to COVID-19. The following season I struggled to get the results I wanted and so pledged to persevere. However, after training for months, in October of 2021 I was placed in a boot for a navicular stress fracture to my right foot. In February of 2022 I was told I needed surgery for the same injury on the other foot. Naturally, this ended my season. And so, I was more determined than ever to return to peak fitness for the 2022/23 season. Despite the added pressures of completing my HSC year, I was able to hit a stride this season and get the results I had been looking for, notably finishing 4th in the U19 Female Ironwoman at Aussies 2023.

Now that I’ve started a degree in Medical Science at Macquarie University, I’m keen to put this added time to good use and put the hard yards in this off season. 

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