World Surfing News

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In August 2018, the first ever ISA Courses were conducted in the Black Sea in Constanta, Romania furthering the ISA’s development reach for the sport of Surfing. ISA Course Presenter from the Netherlands, Hans Van Den Broek, presented the ISA Surf Level 1 and ISA/ILS… Read More »

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Surfistas de Cabo Verde trabajan hacia el desarrollo del Surfing en el país mediante los cursos respaldados por Solidaridad Olímpica de la ISA realizados en julio. Foto: Cape Verde Surfing Federation

The International Surfing Association (ISA) continues to make great strides to grow and develop Surfing around the globe, with the ongoing access of the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) development program Olympic Solidarity. Successful Olympic Solidarity courses were recently organized in Cape Verde and Iran, adding… Read More »

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Un perfecto día de otoño en Oceanside, California. Foto: ISA / Chris Grant

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 »

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Kanoa Igarashi debutará representando a Japón en el UR ISA World Surfing Games 2018. Foto: Kenyu

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 »

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From left to right: Nippon Surfing Association Vice President Tomijiro Murakata, ISA Executive Director Robert Fasulo, Deputy Executive Director of Sports Takeshi Hashizume, ISA President Fernando Aguerre,  Nippon Surfing Association President Atsushi Sakai, Surfing Sports Manager Kimifumi Imoto, Tomohiro Mori.

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 »