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The Association of Surfing Professional’s (ASP) Banquet, held every year to award the season’s champions and outstanding surfers, took place on Australia’s Gold Coast on February 25.
Seven of the twelve surfers who were awarded are former ISA medalists.
ISA 2011 World Kneeboard Titles
Phillip Island, Australia
March 19 to 26
From March 19 to 26 Australia will see a huge contingent of kneeboard surfers converging at Phillip Island for the ISA 2011 World Kneeboard Titles. This is the first time that Phillip Island hosts this event. The Island has a long history of kneeboard surfing. The highly regarded “Phillip Island Kneeboard Classic” has been running for almost 30 years and still attracts the best kneelo’s from Australia.
Women’s 1982 World Pro Tour Champion selected to serve
The International Surfing Association is proud to announce that former surfing World Champion, Debbie Beacham (USA) has been selected to serve on the Executive Committee of the ISA. The ISA is the world governing body of the sport as recognized by the International Olympic Committee. Beacham fills the vacancy left when Robin DeKock (RSA) completed his term in October 2010, choosing to not run for re-election for the coming 4-year term.
March 8, 2011
La Jolla, California
The 2010 edition of the Quiksilver ISA World Junior Surfing Championship nominated for prestigious sports award in New Zealand
February 21, 2011
La Jolla, California
The International Surfing Association (ISA), the surfing world’s governing authority recognized by the International Olympic Committee, is proud to welcome Hungary to its list of member nations.
ISA Skullcandy Video Contest heats up as submission period comes to a close on March 30
With only 12 days to go until the end of the submission period, your chances are still open to win one of the many prizes in the ISA Skullcandy Video Contest.
The video should answer the question, “What does a better surfing future mean to you?” It is simple and you can do it however you want to. Use a webcam to film yourself, create a slideshow, tell a story, do a short fiction film, etc. You have 90 seconds of artistic freedom.
The perfect rights of Punta Roca will welcome the best over-35 year old surfers in the world this coming October
ISA World Masters Surfing Championship
Punta Roca, La Libertad, El Salvador
October 16 to 23, 2011
The 2011 ISA World Masters Surfing Championship will be held in the impressive waves of Punta Roca, in El Salvador’s town of La Libertad, from October 16 to 23.
The schedule for all the ISA Judging & Officiating Courses
The schedule for all the Coaching & Instructing Program Courses
- Interstyle Surf, Skate, and Snow Expo
- All Japan Ranking Surfing Championship 2011
- Quiksilver and Roxy to support Team Japan
- Oakley Set to Host Oakley Pro 2011 Dual Sanctioned ISC/ASC Event at Canggu-Bali from April 1-14
- Nyoman (Doktor) Krisna Mika Takes Out First Ever Keramas Surf Club Family Surf Contest
- Surfing Australia Green Room Conference - A Benchmark Industry Initiative
- Surfing Australia Announces New Partnership to Boost Sports Science in Surfing
- Australian Free-To-Air Television First With Quiksilver and Roxy Pro Broacast Live
- Sublime Stairmand Too Good For Opponents
- The Jensen and Constable Show
- Gisborne Surfers Victorious At Piha
- Upcoming events
- Important Happenings
- Greg Emslie wins Captain Morgan Spiced Gold Buccaneers Surf Classic at Eastern Beach in East London
- Whiterocks Beach Clean Up
- CSkins Junior Championships Results
- The Spanish Federation Participated in the Spanish Sports Gala
- Rip Curl Final at the Fontanilla Beac at Costa de la Luz
- First Week of the SUP in Cantabria
- Iturria Wins the Bitácora Classic and Claims his Fourth National Title
- Lost Junior Cup 2011: Outstanding Performances at the Surfing Hotbed of La Maquinita
- Brian Masmut Excelled at the Rusty Junior
- Festivities at the Final Stop of Rip Curl Kikiwai Longboard Classic 2011
- Lele Usuna and Martín Pérez Swept to Victory at Punta Lobos
- Lucía Cosoleto, Champion of the Billabong Championship in Miramar
- Lin Petersen Wins the Pasión Xtrema presented by O´Neill
- Certified Surf Schools Received Donation of Boards Today
- The Venezuela Surf Federation Offered a Course to Train Judges with the Support of the ISA
- Venezuela to Be the Seat of the South American Beach Games in 2013
- Venezuelan Surf Team Hires New Coach
- First Draft Drawn of the Venezuela Surf Team for Junior, Open and Longboard
- Surfing is Officially Affiliated with the Venezuela Olympic Committee (VOC)
- Tascon Wins the Third
- Brazilian Junior Team Trials
- Sebastián Madriz Won the First Stop of the Metropolitan Tour
- Quiksilver confirms the first King Of The Groms to be held in Costa Rica
- Buy a Shoe, Plant a Tree
- Luis Vindas Wins Again at Palo Seco and is the Prime Contender for the National Title
- Eduar Santana, FedoSurf’s 2010 Athlete of the Year
- Champions: Balbuena, Santana, Castillo, Gough, Barry and Rosario
- Juniors Dominate the Adult in Large Surf
- Surfing America Prime presented by Got Milk?
- SurfAid International announced the launch of their new website
- Shapers and artists join forces for SurfAid!
- Stoked & Broke Movie Premier
- World Surfing Reserves Approves New Sites
- World Water Day
- Surfrider Weekend at Mammoth Mountain
- Chile Aid
- ASP Chaplancy Update
- Brazil Chaplancy Update
- Regional Meetings
- Soul Surfer
- Christian Surfers Launches in Spain
|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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Margo Oberg was the Women's World Champion at the fourth ISA World Championship held in 1968 in Rincón, Puerto Rico. She was 15 years old when she won the tournament that turned out to be the start of one of the greatest Pro Surfer’s Careers in the history of the sport.
Women's surfing, despite its '90s boom in the marketplace, gets no respect...