Last Updated on November 7, 2023, 5:41 am
Logan Steinwede, a professional surfer from New South Wales, Australia, has tragically died.
Logan Steinwede, a professional surfer from New South Wales, Australia, has reportedly died. He was 20 years old. His sudden, untimely death has left family and friends in a deep state of mourning and the surfing community grappling with shock and sadness. Our thoughts and prayers are with family and friends during this difficult time.
What happened to Logan Steinwede?
The details of his death have not been made public. Some unconfirmed reports suggest that he allegedly committed suicide. Neither his family nor any close friends have confirmed these claims.
The sad news of his tragic passing was announced by The Macintoshes Own Boardriders Club (Horde) in a post on social media on Monday, November 6, 2023. The cause of his untimely demise was not mentioned. The club extended their heartfelt condolences to Logan’s family.
“It is with heavy hearts that we must say goodbye to Logan Steinwede, who passed away today.”
Logan was a very talented surfer who was a part of the MOB since his mini grom days.” the club wrote, “The MOB community is heartbroken at this news. Our love and thoughts are with Logan’s friends and family in this terrible time. easy, Logan – Kepp ripping wherever you are!”
Who was Logan Steinwede?
Logan Steinwede was one of the best Australian surfers from New South Wales who had competed at the top-level spots all over Australia and globally in Indonesia, France, and the US. Born on October 1, 2003, he began surfing at the age of five and surf coaching with Head Coach Amee since he was ten at Focal Coast Surf Foundation. Surfing was his lifelong passion, and he excelled at it with years of practice and training. He was also helping younger kids master the art of riding the waves.
His club (MOB) said Logan was a ‘powerful surfer’ who charged huge waves and ‘could huck a mean air reverse.’ They had nothing but praise for the late surfer and said he surfed waves a million miles an hour with tons of energy.’
Apart from surfing, Logan was a good person. His peers said he always greeted everyone cheerfully, respected older MOB/Macs crew members and was loved by young ones. He had a way of connecting with younger kids, communicating with them with ease, and motivating them on the beach and in the surf. They looked up to him. He was a kind, compassionate, generous soul who departed from earth well before his time.
Logan Steinwede Achievements:
He turned proficient in 2023 at the young age of 20.
He competed on The Planet Surf Association Qualifying Series.
He competed on global platforms, including Indonesia, France, and the US.
He was a surf mentor at Focal Coast Surf Foundation.
He was a well-renowned individual in the local surfing community and a great role model for young surfers both in Australia and worldwide.
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