Success of first coaching and judging courses offers glimpse of innovative approach for the future The International Surfing Association (ISA) has adapted to the challenging circumstances facing the world today, utilizing the latest virtual tools to offer online ISA Education Courses for surf instructors, judges,… Read More »
Just a few years after picking up a surfboard for the first time, Colombia’s Freddy Marimon rose to the top of Para Surfing and became World Champion. Get to know the inspiring story of this incredible surfer.
In 2016 Tia Blanco became the first surfer to ever earn back-to-back Gold Medals in the modern era of the World Surfing Games (post 1996). She earned her first in 2015 (Nicaragua) and her second in 2016 (Costa Rica). Watch the video for a recap… Read More »
Attention surf fans around the world: We have a treat of surfing history here for you today. The ISA President has dug into his personal archives and pulled out the full recap of the legendary 1996 World Surfing Games in Huntington Beach, California. 1996 was… Read More »
The world’s best para surfers united in La Jolla, California, USA for the 2020 AmpSurf ISA World Para Surfing Championship March 11-15. Through a week of team camaraderie, world-class surfing, and inspirational displays of perseverance, history was made in La Jolla as new World Champions… Read More »
The ISA celebrated International Day of Sport for Development and Peace on April 6 by participating in the #WhiteCard campaign, rallying surfers to display white cards to show how they make the world a better place through surfing. Showcasing the universality and global reach of… Read More »
Being the best in the world in a sport is a lifetime achievement for most. Being the best 5 times in a row is nothing short of incredible. That’s exactly what Denmark’s Bruno Hansen has managed to do in the Para Surfing prone division, recently… Read More »