The 2020 edition of the AmpSurf ISA World Para Surfing Championship is set to break participation records, as approximately 140 athletes from 24 National Teams are headed to La Jolla, California to represent their nations and go for Gold.
The 140 athletes surpass the previous participation record of...
VICTORIA, BC – Surf Canada is stoked to announce the 2020 Rip Curl Pro Nationals co-presented by Red Bull and Corona, is set to take place at Wickaninnish Beach, BC from April 3-5, 2020. The competition is open to competitors from any country, and will also determine Canadian National Titles in each division, as well as primary selection for U-18, U-16 and Longboard National teams.
Ten men and eight women from WSL CT will represent seven countries in Surfing’s Olympic debut
With the 2019 Billabong Pipe Masters and Lululemon Maui Pro closing out the 2019 World Surf League Championship Tour (WSL CT) season for the men and women respectively, 18 surfers that have qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games have been determined.
Surf Canada heads south to face world’s top junior surfers at VISSLA ISA World Junior Surfing Championships
343 surfers from record-matching 44 nations to vie for Gold Medals in Huntington Beach, USA (with files from ISA)
Huntington Beach, Calif., USA – Surf Canada will join the world’s best 18 and under surfers in Huntington Beach, USA to stake their claims as World Champions at the VISSLA ISA World Junior Surfing Championship, Oct 26 – Nov 3.
Thanks to an historic showing at the World Surfing Games in Japan, the Surf Canada team is now ranked 10th overall in the rankings.
At last month’s ISA World Surfing Games in Miyazaki, the Canadian men placed 5th and the women 12th overall in the world rankings. This brings Surf Canada to a 10th place overall ahead of next year’s Olympic Games.
The International Surfing Association(ISA) is delighted to announce today that the 2019 ISA World StandUp Paddle (SUP) and Paddleboard Championship (WSUPPC) will take place in El Salvador from November 23 – December 1.
The men’s side of Surf Canada’s team consists of Peter Devries, Cody Young and Shane Campbell, while the women’s trio is made up of Mathea Olin, Bethany Zelasko and Paige Alms.
Canada and the rest of the participating nations kicked off the ISA World festivities with the Parade of Nations and the legendary Sands of the World Ceremony in Japan on Saturday afternoon.
Canada’s Shane Campbell, who has competed on the WSL Qualifying Series (Pro Circuit) for the past five years and has four finals and two wins to his credit. had this to say about his first Opening Ceremonies at the ISA World Surfing Games
“I didn’t know what to expect as this doesn’t happen on the Pro Tour, and being apart of this Olympic-like celebration amongst these exceptional athletes, all with the same dream to compete at Tokyo 2020, has got me even more fired up to take my surfing to that necessary level”.
"You're out there in mother ocean and anything can happen"
Mathea Olin competed at the Canadian National Surf Championships in Tofino, B.C., on May 12. (Evan Mitsui/CBC)
Canada isn't known as a top surfing country— but that could soon change.
Tofino surfer Mathea Olin,16, made history recently in Peru. She...