Georgia Miller has claimed back-to-back round wins in the Nutri-Grain IronWoman Series, crossing the line first at Kurrawa Beach today.

Big surf conditions again put the ironwomen through their paces, with 6-foot sets with athletes having to use all their surf skills they had at their disposal.

Miller sat in second for the ski and swim leg of the final race, before jagging a wave from the cans all the way home on board.

“To take another win, I am shocked to be honest – I don’t have any words,” Miller said.

“It’s such a great atmosphere today down here at Kurrawa – we wanted the surf and we certainly got that.

“I thought it couldn’t get much bigger than yesterday, but that wind blew all night and it’s still getting windier as the minutes go by. All the girls did such an incredible job out there,” she said.

Miller missed the first two rounds of the 2022 Nutri-Grain IronWoman Series due to health concerns, but impressed in the remaining four rounds at Kurrawa.

“I got asked yesterday if I was devastated that I couldn’t race in the first two rounds, and yeah I was but it was the right decision to make,” Miller said.

“I don’t think I would have come out and raced like that if I didn’t take that rest.

“I’m just racing and having fun – and really enjoying the Series,” she said.

Rounding out the ironwoman podium today was Newport’s Jemma Smith in second, and dual Olympian Aly Bull in third.

Today’s win set Miller up for an automatic qualification for the 2023 Nutri-Grain Series, finishing eighth overall with 75 points.

Despite finishing eighth today, Harriet Brown takes out the overall Nutri-Grain IronWoman Series crown for the second time, ahead of New Zealand’s Danielle McKenzie in second, and veteran Courtney Hancock in third.

“It feels so good, I really wanted this, I didn’t expect it but everything just came together for me,” Brown said.

“Last year I was devastated to miss the last rounds, I had a really tough time with my rehab and getting back.

“There were quite a few moments there where I didn’t know if I was going to come back as strong.

“But I just kept at it, and it’s so satisfying to be able to achieve this today. We put on a good show, that’s what surf iron racing is about.

“And I think it just goes to show that not only are we great athletes, but we’re strong lifesavers too,” she said.