Monthly Archives: October 2019

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Sho Matsubara de Japón ganó el puntaje de ola individual más alto de la semana para avanzar en el Evento Principal de Hombres Sub 16. Foto: ISA / Ben Reed

Australia, Hawaii, and Spain without eliminations Tiago Carrique leads the charge for Team France with event-high heat total  USA’s Caitlin Simmers last remaining past Gold Medalist in Main Event rounds, marks highest girl’s heat total for Thursday After five days of competition at the 2019… Read More »

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Uno de los dos competidores del equipo de Suecia, Cristian Portelli, demuestra el crecimiento global del surfing mientras que avanza a la ronda 4 del evento principal. Foto: ISA / Ben Reed

Non-traditional surfing nations leave their mark on competition in Huntington Beach Australia’s Joel Vaughan earns highest heat total of event thus far Hawaii’s Gabriela Bryan continues to roll in Womens’ U-18  As the 2019 VISSLA ISA World Junior Surfing Championship presented by Visit Huntington Beach… Read More »

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Kana Nakashio de Japón encontró una ola de calidad en el Muelle de Huntington Beach para obtener un excelente puntaje de 8.5. Foto: ISA / Sean Evans

Twelve ISA Scholarship ambassadors represent their nations with pride  Improved, clean conditions produce high scores in Huntington Beach USA’s Sawyer Lindblad first competitor to crack 9-point range for single wave score France’s boys impress, Kyllian Guerin nabs top heat total  Twelve ISA Scholarship ambassadors representing… Read More »

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Surfistas angoleños y el Gerente de Membresías y Desarrollo de la ISA Alex Reynolds esparcen la emoción en Luanda, Angola.

The International Surfing Association (ISA) is proud to announce the successful completion of a development program in Angola organized by Angolan Water Sports Federation (FADEN in Portuguese) with the valuable support of Olympic Solidarity. This surfing development program, which featured ISA Coaching and Instructing, ISA/ILS… Read More »

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Stephanie Gilmore (AUS) está en ruta a representar a su nación en las Olimpiadas de Tokio 2020. Foto: ISA / Sean Evans

With two events remaining on the 2019 World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT), a host of surfers have already mathematically earned provisional qualification for Surfing’s debut in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. South Africa’s Jordy Smith, Australia’s Sally Fitzgibbons and Stephanie Gilmore, and Japan’s… Read More »