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March 23, 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 Kiribati to its list of member nations.
Located in the central tropical Pacific Ocean, the Republic of Kiribati is composed of 32 islands with perfect and abundant waves, and warm water.
La Jolla, California
March 31, 2011
The ISA Skullcandy Video Contest deadline for submitting videos has been extended until April 15. Due to the large number of videos we have received in the last week, and to make sure everybody has a chance to participate in the event, we decided to give procrastinators more time.
2011 ISA Kneeboard Surfing World Titles
Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia
April 1, 2011
Albert Muñoz has claimed the 2011 ISA World Kneeboard Open Title in pumping conditions at Woolamai Beach, Victoria, Australia. Born in Puerto Rico and currently living in Australia, he scored 13.00 points in the final to beat event standout Chayne Simpson from Australia, who scored 12.25.
The first ever ISA Coaching & Instructing Course to be held in lovely Greece took place on April 9 and 10 in Lakouvardos, on the west coast, about a 3-hour drive from Athens. Nineteen Greek surfers participated in this historic Course, including 2 girls.
ISA Coaching & Instructing Course Schedule 2011
The schedule for all the ISA Judging & Officiating Courses
- Stand Up Japan
- Upcoming Events
- Team Australia
- High Performance Centre Announces Fiji Camp
- Paerata – Reid Crowned King of the New Zealand Groms
- Hughes Takes SOL Super 16 But Quinn Makes It Four Series Wins In A Row
- Final 2010/11 SOL Surf Series Ratings
- Important Happenings
- Jordy Smith visits SA Junior Team training camp
- Future Stars Selected To Compete at Quiksilver Pro Junior 2011 presented by Durban
- French Team for the Quiksilver ISA World Junior Surfing Championship Announced
- Villaviciosa to Host the 2nd "De la Playa a la Pantalla”
- Interesting Information About the Goana Surf Tapia 2011
- SUP Course in Altea
- European Sportlight on Bundoran Waters!
- Carlos Mario Zapata Crowned Champion at Huanchaco
- Peruvian Surfing Community Protects Their Waves
- Waiting Period for the O’Neill Tow-In Pro Chilca Begins
- Casa Grande Classic 2011 to Take Place during Easter Weekend
- National Sporting Institute to Support Surfing
- Quiksilver Ceremonial 2011, Waiting Period Begins
- Fernández, Lozano, Goncalvez and Dapelo Crowned Champions
- Grand Finale for the 1st Surf Argentina Cultural and Sporting Exchange With Brazil
- Martin Perez, Champion of the Rip Curl Kikiwai Longboard Classic 2011
- ASA Releases Criteria for National Team Selections
- Lucía Cosoleto and Joela Jofre Recognized
- Last Stop of the Mormaii Junior 2011
- Boston Surfers Dominate Third NOS Event at Home
- Upcoming Events: 2011 Makka Pro
- Jair Pérez Wins the Quiksilver Cup and Puts Pressure on Vindas
- Noe Mar McGonagle “King of the Groms” Off to Mexico for the Latin American Finals
- Quiksilver Conquistadores de los Mares
- Second Edition of Surf Challenge Unión y Fuerza
- Quiksilver to take King of Groms to Mexico for the First Time
- Surfing America Prime presented by Got Milk?
- Surfrider Foundation filed suit to promote coastal preservation at Sharp Park
- Blue Vision Summit: May 20-23
- Save The Waves has teamed up with SwarmOn.com
- What You Can Do to Save Doolin Point and Crab Island
- Field Report - Five Months After the October Tsunami
- Japan Support
- Panama CS Welcomes Billabong ISA World Surfing Games
- New Zealand Has First Woman President
- Madagascar Seeks Coaching Boards
- UK Developments
- World Tour Chaplains Fundraising Events
- Satoshi’s Story
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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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Following up on the series of biographies of surfing legends in this section, we dedicate this issue to the fifth World Champion in history, Rolf Aurness. A man with an interesting surfing career, he virtually disappeared from the surf scene after winning the World Championship in 1970 at the age of 18.
In early May of that year, at Australia’s Johanna Beach, Aurness beat previous World Champions, Midget Farrelly and Nat Young, and legendary surfers Reno Abellira, Peter Drouyn and Keone Downing.The following article was written in 2000 by the talented surfing journalist Drew Kampion, published on surfline.com.