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World’s best surfers head to Australia to face COVID-19 quarantine

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In a massive logistical feat, surfers from across the world are heading to Australia to face a two-week COVID-19 lockdown ahead of the world surfing tour, which is due to start on April 1.

The overseas competitors — many coming from coronavirus hotspots around the world — face a tough few weeks of isolation, travel, and quarantine, which has led some to predict the local Australian surfers will gain a slight competitive advantage.

News of the lockdown follows major disruption to surfing…



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