A Western Cape police officer, Lt Col Kabous Louw, was crowned world champion for shore angling.
Lt Col Kabous Louw is based at Paarl POPS.
“She has been crowned shore angling world champion for a second time,” said police spokesperson, Lieutenant Colonel Andrè Traut.
“In November 2016, at the World Shore Angling Championships in Ireland, she became the first South African woman to achieve this milestone.”
Lt Col Kabous Louw Represented SA at Wales shore angling competition
From 20 to 26 October 2018, she again represented the country at the 26th World Shore Angling Championships for women in Llundudno, Wales.
“She not only became world champion for a second time, but also won the category for catching the most fish.”
In addition thereto, the SA Proteas achieved second place overall.
In February next year Lt Col Louw will also be representing South Africa at the World Angling Games. The games will be hosted in the west coast town of Langebaan.