2021 Rip Curl Pro Nationals is a 3-day surf contest featuring Junior, Open (Amateur), and Pros, competing for the highly coveted Rip Curl Pro Titles. This competition will decide Titles in 10 separate divisions, and results will assist Surf Canada in identifying talent for National Team prospects in 2022 for the ISA Surfing Games, World Juniors and World Longboard Championships (Team selection protocol TBD in ’22).
This 14th edition of the Rip Curl Pro Nationals returns to the original surf competition site of Cox Bay in Tofino, B.C.
Friday September 24 to Sunday September 26, Rip Curl Pro Nationals and Canadian Titles
(3 total days of competition), Heat Draw and Schedule will be published Sept 20th.
COX BAY, Tofino, Vancouver Island, B.C., with the competition site in front of the Maltby Road beach access.
Planning your Visit https://tourismtofino.com/plan-your-trip/
Travel Tips & Regulations https://tourismtofino.com/plan-your-trip/travel-tips-regulations/
Female and Male surfers from any country are eligible to compete in each of following;
Pro Shortboard, Open Shortboard, Junior U18, Junior U16, Longboard.
Spaces are very limited, please register starting Sept. 3rd at: https://liveheats.com/events/2947
$8000 Total PRIZE MONEY
Female and Male finalists equally receive from the Prize Purse as follow;
Champion $2,000, 2nd $1000, 3rd $600, 4th $400
Live Webcast at www.csasurfcanada.org and the beach is always free.
As we are guests of the District of Tofino and the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations, all District Park rules apply, including; parking and fees, no alcohol consumption, no fires, and pets must be on leash at all times.
The chance for Canadian Surfers to stand atop the Pan-Am and Olympic Games podium is no longer a dream, it’s a reality. Surfing in Canada is rising in participation and popularity with each passing wave, and will continue to do so for years to come. Our sport has an optimistic future, however the funding required for coaching and the technical support needed to achieve success on the world stage requires significant financial resources.