CSA SURF CANADA
Formerly the Canadian Surfing Association, CSA Surf Canada (SURF CANADA) is the official recognized National Sport Federation for Surfing, Stand Up and Prone Paddleboard (SUP) in Canada, by the International Surfing Association (ISA) and the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC). SURF CANADA is responsible for holding the Nationals Championships for Surf and SUP each year and for selecting the official Canadian Surf and SUP Team to compete internationally. The International Surfing Association (ISA) is recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as the International Federation (IF) and World Governing Authority for Surfing, SUP and Paddleboard.
The Mission of SURF CANADA is to provide a Surfer and SUP run competitive platform for Canadian athletes competitive success, foster a positive image of competitive Surfing and SUP in Canada, and to provide the best possible experience for all participants by encouraging, developing, advancing, and administrating the sport, while producing champions. Top athletes feed into the National Championships from the 3 SURF CANADA Conferences: Western, Great Lakes, and Eastern.
SURF CANADA is federally incorporated not-for-profit organization. Key projects include but not limited to: improving competition standards through coaching and judging, youth development, hosting national championship events, and selecting and fielding the official Canadian Surf and SUP Team to compete internationally at ISA, PASO and Olympic Games.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President – Board Member
Vice President/Treasurer – Board Member
SUP Athlete Rep – Board Member
Surf Athlete Rep – Board Member