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Industry News : Onecoin
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ASP men's surf news : Medina Claims Victory at Fiji Pro
on 2014/6/6 21:40:00 (1763 reads)
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Fiji Pro
Stop No. 5 on the 2014 Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour
Location: Tavarua, Fiji
Holding period: 1 - 13 June 2014
Call: Semifinals and Final
Conditions: 3 - 5 foot (1 - 1.5 metre) surf at Cloudbreak

TAVARUA, Fiji (Friday, June 6, 2014): A thrilling Finals day saw Brazilian Gabriel Medina reign supreme and win the Fiji Pro, stop No. 5 of 11 on the 2014 Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour (WCT), in three-to-five foot (1 - 1.5 metre) surf at Cloudbreak. The win moves Medina back to the top of the ASP World Championship Tour Rankings after he defeated Hawaiians John John Florence and Freddy Patacchia as well as American Kolohe Andino on his way to the Final.

Gabriel Medina (BRA) won his second WCT event of the season, taking the win over 2013 Rookie of the Year Nat Young (USA) in a hard-fought final. The Brazilian got out of the gates first while Young waited 10 minutes before posting a score. Medina posted a near-perfect 9.87 for a series of barrel sections and sizzling snaps to extend his lead. Young fought back but Medina's additional 8.53 left the American in need of two high scores for the win. Young was unable to break the combination, cementing Medina's fourth career ASP WCT victory.

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ASP Surf News : Bourez and Fitzgibbons Claim Billabong Rio Pro
  on 2014/5/12 19:40:00 (1787 reads)

Bourez and Fitzgibbons Claim
Billabong Rio Pro

Caption: Michel Bourez wins the Billabong Rio Pro after defeating Kolohe Andino in the Final.
Image: ASP / Smorigo
Billabong Rio Pro

Stop No. 4 on the 2014 Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour
Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Holding period: 7 - 18 May 2014
Call: Finals
Conditions: Two-to-four foot (1 metre) surf.

BARRA DA TIJUCA, Rio de Janeiro/Brazil (Monday, May 12, 2014): An epic Finals day at the Billabong Rio Pro and Rio Women’s Pro presented by Billabong, Stop No. 4 on the 2014 Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour (WCT), saw Michel Bourez (PYF) and Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS) claim victory after a day of barreling waves at Barra Da Tijuca.

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ASP women's surf news : Roxy Pro Gold Coast
  on 2014/3/1 3:00:00 (1866 reads)


Caption: Reigning two-time ASP World Champion, Carissa Moore, makes a strong start to the 2014 season.
Image: ASP/Kelly Cestari


Quiksilver and Roxy Pro Gold Coast
Stop one on the 2014 Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour

Location: Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Holding period: 1 - 12 March 2014
Call: Standby - next call Sunday, March 2 at 7.30 a.m. local time (AEST)
Conditions: Two-to-Three foot (1 metre) waves at Snapper Rocks. Light wind. Clear skies.

COOLANGATTA, QLD, Australia Saturday, March 1, 2014): The Roxy Pro Gold Coast presented by BOQ, Stop No. 1 of 10 on the Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour, was called ON today for Round 1 in two-to-three foot (1 metre) waves. There were standout performances from reigning two-time ASP Women's World Champion, Carissa Moore (HAW), and rookies Alessa Quizon (HAW) and Dimity Stoyle (AUS).

Roxy Pro Gold Coast Round 1 Heat 1:
Hawaiian rookie, Alessa Quizon, reigned supreme over South Africa's Bianca Buitentag and five-time ASP Women's World Champion and local favorite, Stephanie Gilmore. Quizon scored a 7.93 out of a possible 10 for an explosive series of backhand turns and drew an interference on Gilmore, which effectively took the veteran out of heat contention. Gilmore will face Nikki Van Dijk (AUS) in Round 2 Heat 5.

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ASP Longboard : Pulsing Pointbreak Riyue Bay Produces at the Swatch Girls Pro China
  on 2013/11/20 19:22:42 (1752 reads)

Moniz
CAPTION: Kelia Moniz (HAW), reigning ASP Women’s World Longboard Champion picking up where she left off last year. Pic Daher




Pulsing Pointbreak Riyue Bay Produces On Day One of the Swatch Girls Pro China

WANNING, Hainan Island, China (Wednesday, November 20, 2013) – The Swatch Girls Pro China hosted by Wanning saw clean 3 to 4 foot left handers running 150 meters down the point at Riyue Bay all day today. All 12 heats of Round 1 and 10 heats of Round 2 were completed with the world's best female longboarders putting on a show for the first day of the event that will decide the 2013 ASP Women's World Longboard Champion.

Justine Dupont (FRA) won the first heat of the 2013 Swatch Girls Pro China this morning with some serious power turns and carves. Dupont competes on both long and shortboards and is competing at the Swatch Girls Pro China for her second time this year.

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Other surf news : PUERTO ESCONDIDO OPEN 2013
  on 2013/11/11 19:35:40 (1641 reads)

MIKE VELASCO, HECTOR SANTIAGO, ASAYA BRUSA AND LILI GIRON ARE THE WINNER OF PUERTO ESCONDIDO OPEN 2013 .

With waves that came from less to more and that Sunday up to 7 feet out giving an excellent setting for the performance of the 30th edition of this traditional event at Zicatela beach parties in November and this time it paid tribute Jesus " chuy " Silva .

The kids marveled at its excellent performances in the local qualifying heats Mike Velasco 19 years surprised and took first place in the open category , also fine Julio Quiñones to the final performance , Jony Corzo was the revelation of the event to their 15 years achieving the podium with his third place and have made the best wave of the event that the judges awarded a tube with tapping out and three more, while eight-time national champion Roberto Salinas not found the wave .

The bodyboard too much competition beyond belief against inexperience experience , if Hector "engine" Santiago achieving victory on Ranferi Ruiz 13 years who was the other revelation of the tournament , David Olvera and current national champion Ulises Rodriguez, drew their best maneuvers but not reached .

Asaya Brusa was Queen of the tournament along with Lili Giron beat short board and body board respectively

At the air show Tow Out Volcon Jose Manuel " yuco " Trujillo and Jose Ramirez managed body board fly higher.

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ASP World Juniors : Ella Williams Claims Women's ASP World Junior Title
  on 2013/11/3 1:17:03 (1888 reads)

HD World Junior Championship pres. By Devassa
ASP World Junior Championships (Men’s and Women’s)
Joaquina Beach, Florianopolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil
October 27 – November 5, 2013

New Zealand's Ella Williams Claims Women's ASP World Junior Title at HD World Junior Championships

Ella Williams
Pictured: Ella Williams (NZL), 18, your 2013 Women's ASP World Junior Champion.



Credit: ASP/SMORIGO


JOAQUINA BEACH, Florianopolis/BRA (Saturday, November 2, 2013) - Ella Williams (NZL), 18, has won the 2013 Women’s ASP World Junior Title, defeating Kauai’s Tatiana Weston-Webb (HAW), 17, in a hard-fought final to win the HD World Junior Championships presented by Devassa at Joaquina Beach in Florianopolis, Brazil.

Williams’ victory places her name among some of surfing’s finest female talent, with past winners including the likes of ASP Women’s World Championship Tour (WCT) standouts Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS), 22, Pauline Ado (FRA), 22, and Laura Enever (AUS), 22. In addition to the prestigious title, surfers finishing in the Top 4 at the HD World Junior Championships have earned a seed in to the Round of 60 for all ASP Women’s 6-Star events for 2014, potentially fast-tracking their chances towards qualification for the elite ASP Top 17.

Ella Williams, who entered the event as a last-minute alternate, quietly navigated her way to the Final, besting recent ASP Women’s WCT Qualifier Johanne Defay (FRA), 19, before topping Weston-Webb for the win. The Kiwi battled hard in the Final and would lock in to two lefthanders in the back half of the match-up to secure the victory.

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Longboard News : France Wins the ISA World Longboard Championshiip in Peru
  on 2013/9/29 2:10:22 (798 reads)

FRANCE WINS THE 2013 ISA WORLD LONGBOARD CHAMPIONSHIP IN PERU
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Individual Gold Medalists Are Hawaii’s Honolua Blomfield In The Junior’s Under-18, South Africa’s Simone Robb In The Open Women’s And France’s Antoine Delpero In The Open Men’s. Team France Wins The ISA Aloha Cup


France, the 2013 ISA World Longboard Team Champions, holding the Team Champion Trophies presented by ISA Vice President Alan Atkins (far right) and Peruvian Institute of Sport (IPD) President of La Libertad, Benjamin Gayoso (far left). Photo: ISA/Michael Tweddle



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All the Individual Gold Medalists (from left to right): Hawaii’s 14-year old Honolua Blomfield, the only girl in the Junior’s Under-18 Final, South Africa’s Simone Robb in the Open Women’s, and France’s Antoine Delpero in the Open Men’s. Photos: ISA/Rommel Gonzales

Following an amazing week of great waves and exciting surfing performances, the 2013 ISA World Longboard Championship, in historic Huanchaco, Peru, is officially over.

France will go down in the history books as the Gold Medal Team in the first stand-alone ISA World Longboard Championship.

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IBA Women's Tour : Jessica Becker Wins Rio WWT
  on 2013/9/19 21:39:50 (942 reads)

Jessica Becker Wins Rio WWT


RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Day six of competition, the final day of Rio Bodyboarding International 2013, saw the conclusion of the Women’s Grand Slam series portion of this event. The morning began with round seven and ran straight through the final with the Brazilians dominating the competition for the day. Highlights included the elimination of #1-ranked, defending 2x World Champion and defending RBI event champion Isabela Sousa at the hands of former 5x World Champion Neymara Carvalho in the quarterfinals. Also in the quarterfinals, Jessica Becker defeated #2-ranked Emma Cobb (Australia).

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ISA : The 2013 Reef ISA World Surfing Games in Panama begins today
on 2013/5/3 23:36:14 (1064 reads)

THE 2013 REEF ISA WORLD SURFING GAMES IN PANAMA KICKS OFF TODAY WITH THE OPENING CEREMONY AND PRESS CONFERENCE




Costa Rica’s Noe Mar McGonagle taking advantage of the great pre-event conditions to warm up as he gets ready to face the world’s best surfers. Photo: ISA/ Rommel Gonzales.



All 24 National Teams will Parade Through the Streets of Soná and the Games will Officially be Declared Open

The 2013 Reef ISA World Surfing Games in Panama begins today with the Opening Ceremony, featuring the traditional Parade of Nations and Sands of the World Ceremony, followed by the official Press Conference.

All 24 National Teams and over 150 participating athletes and team officials will gather in the Province of Veraguas, an hour drive from Santa Catalina, to parade down the streets of the town of Soná, in front of government officials, and thousands of local spectators and supporters of surfing.

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IBA Men's Tour : Pierre-Louis Costes (FRA) has won the NMD/VS Fronton PRO
on 2012/12/15 18:54:58 (1173 reads)

PLC Wins Fronton 2012



Galdar, Friday 14th December 2012 - Pierre-Louis Costes (FRA) has won the NMD/VS Fronton PRO 2012 in pumping 6- 10 foot heaving barrels at Fronton today, defeating an in form Jared Houston (ZAF) in the final.

Houston seemed to have a strangle hold on the frenchman early in the heat, posting a 9.25 on his first wave for a huge barrel to backflip and backing it up with a lofty invert on another set wave.

Under the pressure, the Frenchman rose to the challenge, taking off on a draining right-hander, executing a flawless spin inside the tube and exiting the barrel with a lofty backflip over the shallow reef, scoring a near perfect 9.83, giving him a fighting chance to win the final.

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Stand Up Paddle : Australia Runs Away With Team Title, Winning Three More Individual Gold Medals on Final Day of the ISA World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship
  on 2012/2/25 23:54:44 (1138 reads)

Australia Runs Away With Team Title, Winning Three More Individual Gold Medals on Final Day of the ISA World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship


With a dominating overall showing in all disciplines at the inaugural ISA World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship, Australia won Team Gold and the perpetual Club Waikiki Trophy, which is being held by Team Captain Jamie Mitchell. Pictured with ISA President Fernando Aguerre (blue jacket) and Club Waikiki President José Osterling (white shirt). Photo: Photo: ISA/Michael Tweddle

Brad Gaul and Jordan Mercer Each Win Three Golds for the Event, While Jamie Mitchell Gets Some Redemption; Brandi Baksic Sweeps Women’s SUP Races

ISA World StandUp Paddle (SUP) and Paddleboard Championship
February 25, 2012
Miraflores, Lima, Peru

Some might call it a victory lap, but for Jamie Mitchell, that last wave into the shore – well beyond the next closest racing competitor in the 18-kilometer SUP Marathon course – was as much a relief on his body as it was on his racing reputation and his soul.

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Surf Movie Reveiws : Step Into Liquid
on 2012/2/15 16:26:02 (1105 reads)



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Step into Liquid




This movie really takes you back to the REAL reason we surf and that's the joy of the ride and being one with the wave. What an incredible thing to see big waves on the big screen too! Even non-surfers would greatly enjoy this movie, it's funny and at the same time it really taught me some life lessons, not just surfing ones. I would recommend it to anyone. And if you do surf and you want someone you know to understand why you do it, show them this surfing DVD movie, they'll get the picture.

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Bodyboarding : ISA World Bodyboarding Championship
  on 2011/8/6 8:10:00 (1797 reads)

ISA World Bodyboarding Championship
Galdar, Canary Island, Spain
November 30 - December 4

ISA Bodyboard



The International Surfing Association is proud to announce the first edition of the ISA World Bodyboarding Championship. The event is confirmed to take place at the waves of El Frontón and la Guancha (Galdar City) in the Canary Islands, Spain from November 30 until December 4, 2011.

The ISA World Bodyboarding Championship was conceived to give all the bodyboarders in the world their own event to demonstrate their excellence. After two years of evaluating venues, the Executive Committee of the ISA decided that the "European Hawaii" was the right place to make this happen.

"We're proud to launch this new ISA signature event," said ISA President, Fernando Aguerre. "Just like in 2003 when the ISA launched our Juniors-only event and it was a huge success, we're confident the WBC will have a great turnout. We are excited to go back to Europe to host a World Championship event."

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Honolulu Advertiser : Sharks suddenly more conspicuous at Hawaii's beaches
on 2008/9/12 23:30:57 (3373 reads)
Honolulu Advertiser

Sharks suddenly more conspicuous at Hawaii's beaches
There's no clear reason for increased sightings and attack, experts say


Photo: Shark attack survivor - Todd Murashige shows the size of the shark's head, which he says was between 18 inches and 2 feet wide.


Advertiser Staff Writer

Sharks seem to be coming close to shore a lot lately.


For the past week, up to 15 large tiger sharks have lingered along five miles of the Big Island's Kohala Coast, near the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, coming within 20 yards of shore.

Several beaches have been closed on O'ahu in the past two weeks because of sightings.

And a shark attacked a surfer Tuesday at a popular Ka'a'awa surf spot called Crouching Lion.

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