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The Light-Speed Rise of Erin Brooks

Experts say that kids pick up things quicker than adults. Start them on an instrument young, they say. Or teach them a second language as early as possible, and they’ll become fluent way quicker. But even they wouldn’t know what to make of an outlier like Erin...

2022 ISA World Surfing Huntington Beach USA

2022 ISA World Surfing Games Returning to Huntington Beach, USA

Olympic Surfing Qualification Starts with ISA Flagship Event The International Surfing Association (ISA) is pleased and proud to announce Huntington Beach, California, USA, as the host of the 2022 ISA World Surfing Games, September 17 – 24. In a significant innovation to the Olympic Surfing Qualification System, the winning...

Surf Canada partners with Endless Surf as official wave pool partner

In an agreement, earlier this week British Columbia-based surf pool technology company, Endless Surf, announced they have teamed up with Surf Canada to become the organization’s official wave technology partner.

Wave pools are benefitting the sport of surfing in incredible ways when it comes to the repetition and training potential that a fully controllable wave offers. Additionally, with surfing now included as an official Olympic sport after making its debut in the Japanese games last year, the sport is seeing immense growth. Surf parks around the globe are predicted to promote impressive new talent as well as foster the skills of existing athletes.

Rip Curl Pro Nationals in Tofino

History made at 15th edition of the Rip Curl Pro Nationals in Tofino

The 2022 Rip Curl Pro Nationals was one for the books.

It was Canada’s biggest surf contest in history with about 185 competitors, and for the first time since the event was launched in 2007, a lay day was called due to high winds and dangerous conditions.

Day 1 on Friday, April 8 was postponed and relocated to North Chesterman Beach on Saturday. Event organizers had a hectic couple days moving tents and equipment from one beach to another, but they were ultimately able to pull off rolling two days of competition into one by reducing heats from 20 minutes to 15 minutes and running two heats at the same time on separate banks.

About Surfing Tokyo 2020

10 Things to Know About Surfing’s Debut in Tokyo 2020

Surfing has arrived at the doorstep of the Olympic Games, set to make its debut appearance at Tokyo 2020. Here are the 10 things you need to know about this historic moment for the sport. 1. Duke’s dream Hawaii’s Duke Kahanamoku, an Olympic Gold Medalist swimmer and the...

Costa Rica Henry Martinez

Pismo Beach, California to Host 2021 ISA World Para Surfing Championship

World’s best para surfers to go for Gold December 7-11. Pismo Beach joins as Title Sponsor, AmpSurf continues support of the global Para Surfing movement. The International Surfing Association (ISA) is delighted to announce that the 2021 ISA World Para Surfing Championship will take place in Pismo Beach, California, USA from December 7-11. The...

Rough waves for Tofino surfers at Olympic qualifier

Tofino, both the spiritual and logistical home of Canadian surfing, will not be represented in the Tokyo Olympics this summer after Canada failed to qualify any surfers to the Games. It comes as a disappointment for a Canadian team that had realistic hopes for representation in...

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