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Injury-free Dillon sets sights on successful 2018 season

By Tom Howe 17th January 2018

Injury-free Dillon sets sights on successful 2018 season
TOP DOG: Great Britainís number one international surfer Luke Dillon, from Newquay, is set for a big year after recovering from a serious injury that hampered his 2017 WQS campaign

After missing a large chunk of last year’s competition season, Newquay surfer Luke Dillon is targeting a return to the WQS top 100 as he enters 2018 injury-free. Luke, 23, suffered a serious knee injury while competing for Team England at the ISA World Surfing Games in May last year. This resulted in Luke - who grew up surfing the w...

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