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The International Surfing Association, Surfing’s World Governing Authority recognized by the International Olympic Committee, is proud to announce that as of last week, the Republic of Singapore became its newest member.
The Surfing Association of Singapore, led by President Nazir Salleh, is now the National Governing Body of the sport in the country of Singapore.
On June 20th surfers from all over the world celebrated the International Surfing Day. From California to Bali, South Africa to Iceland, everybody enjoyed and was part of this special celebration.
International Surfing Association President, Fernando Aguerre, wrote the following inspirational letter to all the surfers. It’s about preserving our most valuable resource, the waves, and the responsibility that each of us have in making an effort.
Enjoy it and take action!
- Japan to Compete in the 2010 Billabong ISA World Surfing Games
- All Japan Surfing Championship, Edition 45
- Important happenings
- Sponsorship relationship news
- World Tour Surfer Adrian Buchan Hosts a Full House at the Hurley Ace Buchan Surf Camp
- Surf Dubai Summer Camp in association with Al Islami Foods and Quiksilver
- Fiji Surfing Association and the Famous Decree
- Fiji Surfing Decree Becomes Law
- Jordy Smith Claims Mr. Price Pro Ballito Title and World No. 1 Position
- Current World champions Chris Knutsen, Marc Wright and Heather Clark Included in SA Team for Panama ISA World Masters Championships
- Jordan Michael Smith crowned SA surfer of the Year
- Conference of Training and Schools of Surfing at the Canary Islands
- Open Surf Test Tour in the Canaries
- The British Junior Championships 2010 in association with Calypso and Fistral Blu
- Irish Surf Team Selection
- German National Champs
- Argentina is Getting Ready for the Panama ISA World Masters Surfing Championship
- The International Surfing Day Cup was for Maxi Siri
- A Big Close-Down for the Course of Sport Administration
- Nine Argentinean Surfers Awarded a Grant of the ENARD
- The COCH Recognized the Chilean Surfing Federation
- Venezuela Announced the Masters National Team for the Panama ISA World Masters Surfing Championship
- The Open Pre-selection Team was Announced
- Sebastián Santos towards the 2010 Title
- Javier Swayne Defended his Title of National Champion
- First Pre-selective Master Held at Caballeros
- Uruguay National Team for the Panama ISA World Masters Surfing Championship Announced
- Luis Vindas is the New Costa Rica National Champion
- Santana, Gough and Pérez win the Bahoruco Suroeste Surfing
- Ackeam Goes Pro
- Third Tournament Corona Cup, Peñitas 2010
- Quiksilver Pro, Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca
- Bodyboarding World Championship
- Angelo Lozano has signed with Skullcandy
- Sinaloa and Baja California Norte celebrate International Surfing Day
- It Takes Stew to Make a Thing Go Right! Wave Hello to Summer Cause The RipCurl Stew Dished out Another!
- Surfing America introduces the 2011 PacSun USA Surf Team
- Geiselman, Andino and Gilchrist are the new USA National Champions
- Surfing Suits
- Surfrider Partners with Jack Johnson
- Oil and Water Don't Mix
- Pavones Fish Farms Controversy
- Standing Up for Our Coasts
|About the program
The ISA to proud to award academic surf scholarships to U18 junior surfers. The Individual Scholarship Program's main objective is to provide financial support to junior surfers who demonstrate an actual need, in order to facilitate an experience in surfing while encouraging the importance of education.
The money must be used to travel to surf contests, and/or upgrade their surfing equipment and to foster the junior surfer’s education.
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In all the editions of the ISA World Masters Surfing Championship, the only surfer that managed the feat of claiming his title in two consecutive years in the same division was Puerto Rican Juan Ashton.
Ashton obtained his first crown on January 28, 2007, after shrewdly sliding the enormous waves of his hometown in Marías, Rincón, Puerto Rico, which broke at 10 and 15 ft on the day that defined the first World Masters Champions.