The International Surfing Association has today reaffirmed its commitment to Surfing’s long-term Olympic future and its inclusion at both Paris 2024 and Los Angeles 2028, after the sport was recently named the Official Sport of California. Last month, California State assembly member Al Muratsuchi wrote and shepherded through the legislature that named… Read More »
World’s best National Surfing Teams head to Japan in preview of Olympic Surfing at Tokyo 2020 Japan’s Kanoa Igarashi and Australia’s Sally Fitzgibbons are headlining the top talent that has committed to represent their nations at the 2018 UR ISA World Surfing Games (WSG) in… Read More »
ISA Course Presenter Tim Jones guides us through intermediate surf coaching and simulation training.
Find out who will be crowned the world’s best National Surfing Team when the 2018 UR ISA World Surfing Games head to Tahara, Japan September 15-22. Catch all the action live on www.isasurf.org.
ISA Course Presenter Gustavo Corrales from Costa Rica has a tip for you. Watch to learn how to perform a well-executed re-entry.
Surfing will makes its Olympic debut at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Let us guide you through the process that the world’s best surfers will go through to represent their nations in the Games.
The International Surfing Association (ISA) has today welcomed a ruling in Portugal that confirmed the Portuguese Surfing Federation (FPS) as the exclusive governing body of StandUp Paddle (SUP). The ruling, made at the Portuguese Court of Arbitration for Sport, confirmed FPS as the only national… Read More »
The International Surfing Association (ISA) has today welcomed a high-level delegation from the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee, as Surfing’s Olympic debut moves closer. Following Surfing’s historic inclusion on the Tokyo 2020 Sports Programme in 2016, plans have been progressing on a unique Surfing Beach Festival venue plan… Read More »
International Surfing Association (ISA) President Fernando Aguerre has today been inducted into the Surfing Walk of Fame, alongside some of the sport’s most famous faces, at the annual ceremony held in Huntington Beach, California. The 2018 Surfing Walk of Fame marks the 25th year since the… Read More »
Reaffirms commitment to see Surfing at Paris 2024 The International Surfing Association (ISA) is today celebrating two years out from its Olympic debut, following Surfing’s historic inclusion on the Olympic Sports Programme for Tokyo 2020. At the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games, during the 129th IOC Session,… Read More »
In 2020 Surfing will infuse the Olympics with high performance action and youthful energy to a level never seen before in the Summer Games. As the governing authority of Surfing recognized by the International Olympic Committee, the International Surfing Association has their sights set on… Read More »
The International Surfing Association (ISA) has referred the ongoing dispute with the International Canoe Federation (ICF) over the governance of StandUp Paddle (SUP) to the Court of Arbitration for Sport’s (CAS) Arbitration process, seeking a resolution in the best interests of the athletes and the sport. The… Read More »
APP and ISA reaffirm partnership as 2018 APP World Tour arrives in London The International Surfing Association (ISA) today welcomed the support of the Association of PaddleBoard Professionals (APP) and the elite, professional athletes of StandUp Paddle (SUP), after they jointly released a statement recognizing… Read More »
July 1, 2018 via Surfing England. A day for the history books. The 2018 English National Adaptive Surfing Open comes to a close with adaptive surfers from around the world taking to the crystal-clear Cornish waters for an unforgettable day of competition and celebration. The… Read More »
ISA to Run First-Ever U-18 World Championship for Boys and Girls in SUP Racing The International Surfing Association (ISA) has today announced that Wanning, China will host the 2018 ISA World StandUp Paddle (SUP) and Paddleboard Championship from November 23 – December 2. Wanning, home… Read More »