CONFIDENT and well spoken, Georgia Grosskreutz has a plan for the future.

If her plan is as successful as her surf sports competitions have been over the years, the 17-year-old can add another successful chapter to her sporting resume.

"I want to become a PE teacher. I plan to go to Griffith University next year," Georgia said.

"I will still do surf sports down there and will continue to go away (to competitions)."

A talented athlete leading the next generation of Tannum Sands Surf Life Saving Club, Georgia is not overly ambitious in her dreams.

Doing very well with her studies, she also finds herself regularly needing to find more space for medals from her competitions.

It was the same again at the Senior Branch Championships over the weekend.

"I came second in the under-17 sprints, third in beach flags and second in open sprints too," Georgia said, before she had the chance to prove herself further in the board, ironwoman, swim, rescue tube and team events.

Having competed at that level before, the hectic schedule does not faze Georgia, who has shown on the biggest stage pressure is not an issue.

"At states I got a bronze last year in the 2km run for under-17s," she said.

"I got a North Australian 2km run gold this year too."

The Tannum Sands State High School student is again hoping to hold her winning form at the upcoming state titles.

"I am going to states, hopefully make the final in board and hopefully medal in the run," she said.



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