World Surfing Championship

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The World Surfing Championship (in spanish: Campeonato Mundial de Surf ISA) at the ISA World Surfing Games its organizated by the world governing body for surfing sport, the International Surfing Association (ISA), which is recognized by the International Olympic Committee. [1] [2]

International Surfing Association international sport governing body

The International Surfing Association (ISA) is the world governing authority for surfing, SUP racing, SUP surfing, bodyboarding, and all other wave riding activities. The ISA is recognized by the International Olympic Committee.

International Olympic Committee ruling body of the Olympic movement

The International Olympic Committee is a non-governmental sports organisation based in Lausanne, Switzerland. Created by Pierre de Coubertin and Demetrios Vikelas in 1894, it is the authority responsible for organising the modern Summer and Winter Olympic Games.

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The 2014 edition took place at Punta Rocas, Peru, it was also celebrating 50 years of ISA world surf Champions

50 years of ISA world Champions list

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YearEventDivisionNameCountry
2014World Surfing GamesMenLeandro UsunaArgentina
2014World Surfing GamesWomenAnali GomezPeru
2014World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U18Luan WoodBrazil
2014World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U16Leo-Paul EtienneFrance
2014World Junior Surfing ChampionshipGirls U18Tatiana Weston-WebbHawaii
2014World Junior Surfing ChampionshipGirls U16Mahina MaedaHawaii
2014World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Surfing MenPoenaiki RaiohaTahiti
2014World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Surfing WomenEmmy MerrillUSA
2014World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Marathon MenTitouan PuyoFrance
2014World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Marathon WomenLina AugaitisCanada
2014World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipPaddleboard Marathon MenRhys BurrowsAustralia
2014World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipPaddlboard Marathon WomenJordan MercerAustralia
2014World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Technical Race MenCasper SteinfathDenmark
2014World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Technical Race WomenShakira WestdorpAustralia
2014World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipPaddleboard Technical Race MenRhys BurrowsAustralia
2014World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipPaddleboard Technical Race WomenJordan MercerAustralia
2013Hainan Wanning Riyue Bay International Surfing FestivalMenMichael RodriguezBrazil
2013Hainan Wanning Riyue Bay International Surfing FestivalWomenPhilippa AndersonAustralia
2013World Bodyboard ChampionshipMenEder LucianoBrazil
2013World Bodyboard ChampionshipWomenNeymara CarvalhoBrazil
2013World Bodyboard ChampionshipBoys U18Jefferson BustosCosta Rica
2013World Bodyboard ChampionshipGirls U18Glorielys OropezaVenezuela
2013World Bodyboard ChampionshipDropkneeLuis RodriguezVenezuela
2013World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U18Josh MonizHawaii
2013World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U16Jacob WilcoxAustralia
2013World Junior Surfing ChampionshipGirls U18Tatiana Weston-WebbHawaii
2013World Junior Surfing ChampionshipGirls U16Mahina MaedaHawaii
2013World Kneeboard Surfing ChampionshipMenDavid ParkesAustralia
2013World Kneeboard Surfing ChampionshipWomenKarelle PoppkeTahiti
2013World Kneeboard Surfing ChampionshipBoys U18Yoisis DelgadoVenezuela
2013World Kneeboard Surfing ChampionshipGirls U18Karelle PoppkeTahiti
2013World Kneeboard Surfing ChampionshipMastersRuben GutierrezSpain
2013World Kneeboard Surfing ChampionshipSenior MenChayne SimpsonAustralia
2013World Kneeboard Surfing ChampionshipSenior WomenMaria Eugenia RojasVenezuela
2013World Kneeboard Surfing ChampionshipGrand MastersGerome BlancoFrance
2013World Kneeboard Surfing ChampionshipKahunaPascal LucianiTahiti
2013World Kneeboard Surfing ChampionshipGrand KahunaDavid ParkesAustralia
2013World Kneeboard Surfing ChampionshipROBBPhilippe KlimaTahiti
2013World Kneeboard Surfing ChampionshipOpen VahinaKarelle PoppkeTahiti
2013World Longboard ChampionshipMenAntoine DelperoFrance
2013World Longboard ChampionshipWomenSimone RobbSouth Africa
2013World Longboard ChampionshipJuniorHonolua BlomfieldHawaii
2013World Masters Surfing ChampionshipMastersGreg EmslieSouth Africa
2013World Masters Surfing ChampionshipGrand MastersSunny GarciaHawaii
2013World Masters Surfing ChampionshipKahunasMike LatronicHawaii
2013World Masters Surfing ChampionshipGrand KahunaChris KnutsenSouth Africa
2013World Masters Surfing ChampionshipWomen MastersLayne BeachleyAustralia
2013World Surfing GamesMenShaun JoubertSouth Africa
2013World Surfing GamesWomenDimity StoyleAustralia
2013World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Surfing MenSean PoynterUSA
2013World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Surfing WomenNicole PacelliBrazil
2013World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Marathon MenJamie MitchellAustralia
2013World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Marathon WomenAngela JacksonAustralia
2013World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipPaddleboard Marathon MenBrad GaulAustralia
2013World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipPaddlboard Marathon WomenJordan MercerAustralia
2013World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Technical Race MenCasper SteinfathDenmark
2013World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Technical Race WomenAngela JacksonAustralia
2013World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipPaddleboard Technical Race MenLincoln DewsAustralia
2013World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipPaddleboard Technical Race WomenJordan MercerAustralia
2013World Tandem Surfing ChampionshipSara Burel & Rico LeroyFrance
2012Hainan Wanning Riyue Bay International Surfing FestivalMenHeath JoskeAustralia
2012Hainan Wanning Riyue Bay International Surfing FestivalWomenSofia MulanovichPeru
2012World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U18Matheus NavarroBrazil
2012World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U16Kalani DavidHawaii
2012World Junior Surfing ChampionshipGirls U18Dax McGillHawaii
2012World Masters Surfing ChampionshipMastersMagnum MartinezVenezuela
2012World Masters Surfing ChampionshipGrand MastersSunny GarciaHawaii
2012World Masters Surfing ChampionshipKahunasJames HoganUSA
2012World Masters Surfing ChampionshipGrand KahunaJavier HuarcayaPeru
2012World Masters Surfing ChampionshipWomen MasterRochelle BallardHawaii
2012World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Surfing MenAntoine DelperoFrance
2012World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Surfing WomenEmmy MerrillUSA
2012World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Marathon MenJamie MitchellAustralia
2012World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Marathon WomenBrandi BaksicUSA
2012World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipPaddleboard Marathon MenBrad GaulAustralia
2012World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipPaddlboard Marathon WomenJordan MercerAustralia
2012World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Technical Race MenTravis GrantAustralia
2012World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipSUP Technical Race WomenBrandi BaksicUSA
2012World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipPaddleboard Technical Race MenBrad GaulAustralia
2012World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard ChampionshipPaddleboard Technical Race WomenJordan MercerAustralia
2011World Bodyboard ChampionshipMenPierre Luis CostesFrance
2011World Bodyboard ChampionshipWomenIsabela SousaBrazil
2011World Bodyboard ChampionshipJuniorEduardo RodriguezSpain
2011World Bodyboard ChampionshipDropkneeArdiel JimenezSpain
2011World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U18Cristobal de ColPeru
2011World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U16 Filipe Toledo Brazil
2011World Junior Surfing ChampionshipGirls U18Cannelle BulardFrance
2011World Masters Surfing ChampionshipMastersCarlos CabreroPuerto Rico
2011World Masters Surfing ChampionshipGrand MastersJuan AshtonPuerto Rico
2011World Masters Surfing ChampionshipKahunasTom CurrenUSA
2011World Masters Surfing ChampionshipGrand KahunaCraig SchieberCosta Rica
2011World Masters Surfing ChampionshipWomen MasterLayne BeachleyAustralia
2011World Surfing GamesMenSantiago MunizArgentina
2011World Surfing GamesWomenCannelle BulardFrance
2011World Surfing GamesLongboardToni SilvagniUSA
2011World Tandem Surfing ChampionshipClement Cetran & Dhelia BirouFrance
2010World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U18 Gabriel Medina Brazil
2010World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U16Matt BantingAustralia
2010World Junior Surfing ChampionshipGirls U18Tyler WrightAustralia
2010World Masters Surfing ChampionshipMastersAndrew BanksSouth Africa
2010World Masters Surfing ChampionshipGrand MastersJuan AshtonPuerto Rico
2010World Masters Surfing ChampionshipKahunasRob BaldwinAustralia
2010World Masters Surfing ChampionshipGrand KahunaChris KnutsenSouth Africa
2010World Masters Surfing ChampionshipWomen MasterHeather ClarkSouth Africa
2010World Surfing GamesMenHira TeriinatoofaTahiti
2010World Surfing GamesWomenChelsea HedgesAustralia
2010World Surfing GamesLongboardRodrigo SphyerBrazil
2010World Tandem Surfing ChampionshipClement Cetran & Dhelia BirouFrance
2009Tandem Masters World ChampionshipMark & Debbie GaleUSA
2009World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U18Dean BowenAustralia
2009World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U16Keanu AsingHawaii
2009World Junior Surfing ChampionshipGirls U18Tyler WrightAustralia
2009World Surfing GamesMenJeremy FloresFrance
2009World Surfing GamesWomenCourtney ConlogueUSA
2009World Surfing GamesLongboardAntoine DelperoFrance
2008Tandem Masters World ChampionshipBear Woznick & Krystal ApelesHawaii
2008World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U18 Alejo Muniz Brazil
2008World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U16Tamaroa McCombTahiti
2008World Junior Surfing ChampionshipGirls U18Laura EneverAustralia
2008World Masters Surfing ChampionshipMastersJuan AshtonPuerto Rico
2008World Masters Surfing ChampionshipGrand MastersRob PageAustralia
2008World Masters Surfing ChampionshipKahunasMarc WrightSouth Africa
2008World Masters Surfing ChampionshipGrand KahunaChris KnutsenSouth Africa
2008World Masters Surfing ChampionshipWomen MasterHeather ClarkSouth Africa
2008World Surfing GamesMenCJ HobgoodUSA
2008World Surfing GamesWomenSally FitzgibbonsAustralia
2008World Surfing GamesLongboardMatthew MoirSouth Africa
2008World Surfing GamesBodyboardMarcus LimaBrazil
2008World Surfing GamesWomen BodyboardNatasha SagardiaPuerto Rico
2007World Kneeboard Surfing TitlesWomenJodie WinterUnited Kingdom
2007Tandem Masters World ChampionshipBear Woznick & Krystal ApelesHawaii
2007World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U18Jadson AndreBrazil
2007World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U16Garrett ParkesAustralia
2007World Junior Surfing ChampionshipGirls U18Sally FitzgibbonsAustralia
2007World Kneeboard Surfing TitlesMenGavin ColmanAustralia
2007World Masters Surfing ChampionshipMastersJuan AshtonPuerto Rico
2007World Masters Surfing ChampionshipGrand MastersMagoo de la RosaPeru
2007World Masters Surfing ChampionshipKahunasChris KnutsenSouth Africa
2006Tandem Masters World ChampionshipMark & Debbie GaleUSA
2006World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U18Julian WilsonAustralia
2006World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U16Owen WrightAustralia
2006World Junior Surfing ChampionshipGirls U18Pauline AdoFrance
2006World Surfing GamesMenJordy SmithSouth Africa
2006World Surfing GamesWomenJulia ChristianUSA
2006World Surfing GamesLongboardMatthew MoirSouth Africa
2006World Surfing GamesBodyboardManuel CentenoPortugal
2006World Surfing GamesWomen BodyboardKira LiewellinAustralia
2006World Tandem Surfing ChampionshipSara Burel & Rico LeroyFrance
2005World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U18Jefferson SilvaBrazil
2005World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U16Tonino BensonHawaii
2005World Junior Surfing ChampionshipGirls U18Stephanie GilmoreAustralia
2004World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U18James WoodAustralia
2004World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U16Matt WilkinsonAustralia
2004World Junior Surfing ChampionshipGirls U18Stephanie GilmoreAustralia
2004World Surfing GamesMenHira TeriinatoofaTahiti
2004World Surfing GamesWomenSofia MulanovichPeru
2004World Surfing GamesLongboardMarcelo FreitasBrazil
2004World Surfing GamesBodyboardAndrew LesterAustralia
2004World Surfing GamesWomen BodyboardKira LiewellinAustralia
2003World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U18Ben DunnAustralia
2003World Junior Surfing ChampionshipBoys U16Jordan SmithSouth Africa
2003World Junior Surfing ChampionshipGirls U19Jessie Miley-DyerAustralia
2002World Surfing GamesMenTravis LogieSouth Africa
2002World Surfing GamesWomenChelsea GeorgesonAustralia
2002World Surfing GamesJuniorWarwick WrightSouth Africa
2002World Surfing GamesKneeboardKyle BryantAustralia
2002World Surfing GamesLongboardMarcelo FreitasBrazil
2002World Surfing GamesBodyboardNicolas CapdevilleFrance
2002World Surfing GamesWomen BodyboardNeymara CarvalhoBrazil
2000World Surfing GamesMenFabio SilvaBrazil
2000World Surfing GamesWomenTita TavaresBrazil
2000World Surfing GamesJuniorJoel CenteioHawaii
2000World Surfing GamesKneeboardSergio PeixeBrazil
2000World Surfing GamesLongboardMarcelo FreitasBrazil
2000World Surfing GamesBodyboard Guilherme Tamega Brazil
2000World Surfing GamesWomen BodyboardKarla CostaBrazil
1998Big Wave Team World ChampionshipsMenCarlos BurleBrazil
1998World Surfing GamesMenMichael CampbellAustralia
1998World Surfing GamesWomenAlcione SilvaBrazil
1998World Surfing GamesJuniorDean MorrisonAustralia
1998World Surfing GamesKneeboardClinton "Gigs" CelliersSouth Africa
1998World Surfing GamesLongboardAlexander SalazarBrazil
1998World Surfing GamesBodyboardGoncalo FariasPortugal
1998World Surfing GamesWomen BodyboardDora GomesPortugal
1996World Surfing GamesLongboardGeoff MoysaUSA
1996World Surfing GamesMenTaylor KnoxUSA
1996World Surfing GamesWomenNeridah FalconerAustralia
1996World Surfing GamesJuniorBen BurgeoisUSA
1996World Surfing GamesKneeboardClinton "Gigs" CelliersSouth Africa
1996World Surfing GamesBodyboard Guilherme Tamega Brazil
1996World Surfing GamesWomen BodyboardDaniela FreitasBrazil
1995World Grommet TitleBoys U18Mitch DawkinsAustralia
1995World Grommet TitleBoys U16Michael LoweAustralia
1995World Grommet TitleGirls U18Melanie RedmanAustralia
1994World Amateur TitlesMenSasha StockerAustralia
1994World Amateur TitlesWomenAlessandra VieiraBrazil
1994World Amateur TitlesJuniorKalani RobbHawaii
1994World Amateur TitlesKneeboardClinton "Gigs" CelliersSouth Africa
1994World Amateur TitlesLongboardMichel DemontTahiti
1994World Amateur TitlesBodyboardJefferson AnuteBrazil
1992World Amateur TitlesBodyboardNicolas CapdevilleFrance
1992World Surfing ChampionshipMenGrant FrostAustralia
1992World Surfing ChampionshipWomenLyn MackenzieAustralia
1992World Surfing ChampionshipJuniorChad EdserAustralia
1992World Surfing ChampionshipKneeboardClinton "Gigs" CelliersSouth Africa
1992World Surfing ChampionshipLongboardTeva NobleTahiti
1990World Surfing ChampionshipMenHeifara TahutiniTahiti
1990World Surfing ChampionshipWomenKathy NewmanAustralia
1990World Surfing ChampionshipJuniorShane BevanAustralia
1990World Surfing ChampionshipKneeboardSimon FarrerAustralia
1990World Surfing ChampionshipLongboardWayne DeanAustralia
1990World Surfing ChampionshipBodyboardJackie BuderHawaii
1988World Surfing TitlesMenFabio GouveiaBrazil
1988World Surfing TitlesWomenPauline MenczerAustralia
1988World Surfing TitlesJuniorChris BrownUSA
1988World Surfing TitlesKneeboardSimon FarrerAustralia
1988World Surfing TitlesLongboardAndrew McKinnonAustralia
1988World Surfing TitlesBodyboardChris CunninghanUSA
1986World Surfing ChampionshipMenJeff BoothUSA
1986World Surfing ChampionshipWomenLisa AndersenUSA
1986World Surfing ChampionshipJuniorJohn ShimookaHawaii
1986World Surfing ChampionshipKneeboardMichael NovakovAustralia
1984World Surfing ChampionshipMenScott FarnsworthUSA
1984World Surfing ChampionshipWomenJanice AragonAustralia
1984World Surfing ChampionshipJuniorDamian HardmanAustralia
1984World Surfing ChampionshipKneeboardMichael NovakovAustralia
1982World Surfing ChampionshipMenTom CurrenUSA
1982World Surfing ChampionshipWomenJenny GillAustralia
1982World Surfing ChampionshipJuniorBruce EllisAustralia
1982World Surfing ChampionshipKneeboardMichael NovakovAustralia
1980World Surfing ChampionshipMenMark ScottAustralia
1980World Surfing ChampionshipWomenAlisa SchwarzteinUSA
1980World Surfing ChampionshipJuniorTom CurrenUSA
1978World Surfing ChampionshipMenAntoni BrodowiczSouth Africa
1972World Surfing ChampionshipMenJim BlearsHawaii
1972World Surfing ChampionshipWomenSharon WebberHawaii
1970World Surfing ChampionshipMenRolf ArnessUSA
1970World Surfing ChampionshipWomenSharon WebberHawaii
1968World Surfing ChampionshipMenFred HemmingsHawaii
1968World Surfing ChampionshipWomenMargo GodfreyUSA
1966World Surfing ChampionshipMenNat YoungAustralia
1966World Surfing ChampionshipWomenJoyce HoffmanUSA
1965World Surfing ChampionshipBig WaveFelipe PomarPeru
1965World Surfing ChampionshipSmall WaveMidget FarrellyAustralia
1965World Surfing ChampionshipWomenJoyce HoffmanUSA
1965World Surfing ChampionshipHotdoggingPaul StrauchHawaii
1964World Surfing ChampionshipMenMidget FarrellyAustralia
1964World Surfing ChampionshipWomenPhyllis O'DonellAustralia
1964World Surfing ChampionshipJunior (only Australian Surfers)Robert ConellyAustralia

Results of the World Surfing Games

World Surfing Games (WSG) is an ISA World Championship that brings together surfers from all over the world, currently features the Open Men, Open Women and Team competition, but formerly used to include several more like Junior, longboard, kneeboard, bodyboard and Tandem which now feature separate events like the StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship due to their popularity.

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2016 ISA World Surfing Games, Playa Jaco, Jacó, Costa Rica

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it was held between August 7 – 14, 2014

2016 Open Men Championship

  1. Flag of Argentina.svg Leandro Usuna, Champion Gold Medal
  2. Flag of Peru.svg Lucca Mesinas, Silver Medal
  3. Flag of Costa Rica.svg Noe Mar McGonagle, Bronze Medal
  4. Flag of Venezuela.svg Francisco Bellorin, Copper Medal

2016 Open Women Championship

  1. Flag of the United States.svg Tia Blanco, Champion Gold Medal
  2. Flag of Venezuela.svg Dominic Barona, Silver Medal
  3. Flag of France.svg Pauline Ado, Bronze Medal
  4. Flag of France.svg Justine Dupont, Copper Medal

2016 Overall World Team Championship Results

  1. Flag of Peru.svg  Peru 3,188 points, (Champions Gold Medal)
  2. Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal - 2,924 points, (Silver Medal)
  3. Flag of the United States.svg  United States - 2,860 points, (Bronze Medal)
  4. Flag of France.svg  France - 2,848 points, (Copper Medal)
  5. Flag of Costa Rica.svg  Costa Rica - 2,785 points
  6. Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina - 2,725 points
  7. Flag of Japan.svg  Japan - 2,576 points
  8. Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand - 2,179 points
  9. Flag of Australia.svg  Australia - 2,123 points
  10. Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador - 2,078 points
  11. Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa - 2,058 points
  12. Flag of Venezuela.svg  Venezuela - 2,045 points
  13. Flag of Chile.svg  Chile - 1,860 points
  14. Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico - 1,703 points
  15. Flag of Nicaragua.svg  Nicaragua - 1,560 points
  16. Flag of Panama.svg  Panama - 1,554 points
  17. Flag of Puerto Rico.svg  Puerto Rico - 1,474 points
  18. Flag of Italy.svg  Italy - 1,350 points
  19. Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland - 1,308 points
  20. Flag of Guatemala.svg  Guatemala - 1,218 points
  21. Flag of Canada.svg  Canada - 1,170 points
  22. Flag of Russia.svg  Russia - 1,170 points
  23. Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden - 1,158 points
  24. Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia - 1,050 points
  25. Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark - 300 points
  26. Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay - 264 points

2014 ISA 50th Anniversary World Surfing Games, Punta Rocas, Lima, Peru

(celebrating the 50th anniversary 1964 - 2014)
it was held between October 24 – November 1, 2014

2014 Open Men Championship

  1. Leandro Usuna (ARG), Champion Gold Medal
  2. Anthony Fillingim (CRI), Silver Medal
  3. Shane Holmes (AUS), Bronze Medal
  4. Nicholas Squires (AUS), Copper Medal

2014 Open Women Championship

  1. Anali Gomez (PER), Champion Gold Medal
  2. Dominic Barona (ECU), Silver Medal
  3. Philippa Anderson (AUS), Bronze Medal
  4. Jessica Grimwood (AUS), Copper Medal

2014 Overall World Team Championship Results

  1. Flag of Peru.svg  Peru 11,402 points, (Champions Gold Medal)
  2. Flag of Australia.svg  Australia - 11,340 points, (Silver Medal)
  3. Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina - 10,922 points, (Bronze Medal)
  4. Flag of Costa Rica.svg  Costa Rica - 9,508 points, (Copper Medal)
  5. Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador - 8,330 points
  6. Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa - 8,268 points
  7. Flag of Chile.svg  Chile - 7,830 points
  8. Flag of Puerto Rico.svg  Puerto Rico - 6,720 points
  9. Flag of Japan.svg  Japan - 6,540 points
  10. Flag of Panama.svg  Panama - 6,400 points
  11. Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand - 6,352 points
  12. Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico - 6,340 points
  13. Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay - 5,760 points
  14. Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia - 5,540 points
  15. Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland - 4,560 points
  16. Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland - 3,952 points
  17. Flag of French Polynesia.svg  Tahiti - 3,756 points
  18. Flag of Russia.svg  Russia - 3,456 points
  19. Flag of Venezuela.svg  Venezuela - 2,520 points
  20. Flag of Israel.svg  Israel - 2,280 points
  21. Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey - 1,152 points
  22. Flag of Dubai.svg  Dubai - 720 points

2013 ISA World Surfing Games, Playa Santa Catalina, Panama

2013 Open Men Championship

  1. . Shaun Joubert (RSA), Champion Gold Medal
  2. . Jean Carlos Gonzalez (PAN), Silver Medal
  3. . Cristobal De Col (PER), Bronze Medal
  4. . Russell Molony (AUS), Copper Medal

2013 Open Women Championship

  1. . Dimity Stoyle (AUS), Champion Gold Medal
  2. . Codie Klein (AUS), Silver Medal
  3. . Suelen Naraisa (BRA), Bronze Medal
  4. . Ella Williams (NZL), Copper Medal

2013 Overall World Team Championship Results

  1. Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa 11,102 points, (Champions Gold Medal)
  2. Flag of Australia.svg  Australia - 10,332 points, (Silver Medal)
  3. Flag of Peru.svg  Peru - 9,636 points, (Bronze Medal)
  4. Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil - 9,146 points, (Copper Medal)
  5. Flag of Panama.svg  Panama - 7,946 points
  6. Flag of Costa Rica.svg  Costa Rica - 7,678 points
  7. Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina - 7,422 points
  8. Flag of Chile.svg  Chile - 7,286 points
  9. Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand - 7,000 points
  10. Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico - 6,752 points
  11. Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador - 6,630 points
  12. Flag of Venezuela.svg  Venezuela - 6,620 points
  13. Flag of Puerto Rico.svg  Puerto Rico - 6,520 points
  14. Flag of Japan.svg  Japan - 6,116 points
  15. Flag of Italy.svg  Italy - 6,060 points
  16. Flag of El Salvador.svg  El Salvador - 5,400 points
  17. Flag of Guatemala.svg  Guatemala - 4,866 points
  18. Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland - 4,504 points
  19. Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay - 3,732 points
  20. Flag of Jamaica.svg  Jamaica - 3,096 points
  21. Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey - 1,152 points
  22. Flag of Canada.svg  Canada - 720 points
  23. Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden - 720 points
  24. Flag of Russia.svg  Russia - 576 points

2011 ISA World Surfing Games, Playa Venao, Panama

2010 ISA World Surfing Games, Punta Hermosa, Lima, Peru

2009 ISA World Surfing Games, Costa Rica

2008 ISA World Surfing Games, Portugal

2006 ISA World Surfing Games, Huntington Beach, USA

2004 ISA World Surfing Games, Salinas, Ecuador

2002 ISA World Surfing Games, Durban, South Africa

Open Men

Open Women

Junior

Until 2002 the ISA World Junior Surfing Championship was integrated into the World Surfing Games, and since after 2002 was divided into a separate event for the growing level and population of junior surfing

Men Bodyboard

Women Bodyboard

Team Placings

2000 ISA World Surfing Games, Maracaipe, Brazil

Open Men

Open Women

Junior

Women Bodyboard

Men Bodyboard

Longboard

Kneeboard

Team Placings

1998 ISA World Surfing Games, Lisbon, Portugal

Open Men

Junior

Open Women

Women Bodyboard

Men Bodyboard

Longboard

Kneeboard

Team Placings

1998 ISA Reef Big Wave Team World Championship, Todos Santos, Baja California, Mexico

Open

Team

1996 ISA World Surfing Games, Huntington Beach, California, USA

Open Men

Junior

Open Women

Women Bodyboard

Men Bodyboard

MEN'S BODYBOARDING

1. Guilherme Tamega (Brazil), 31.66; 2. Neil Stephenson (South Africa), 29.76; 3. Steve McKenzie (Australia), 21.80; 4. Luis Benitez (Puerto Rico), 19.67.

Longboard

Kneeboard

Team Standings

1994 ISA World Surfing Championships, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Open Men

Open Women

Junior

Longboard

Bodyboard

Kneeboard

Team Placings

1992 ISA World Surfing Championships, Lacanau, France

Open Men

Open Women

Junior

Longboard

Bodyboard

Kneeboard

Team Placings

1990 ISA World Surfing Championships, Chiba, Japan

Open Men

Open Women

Junior

Longboard

Bodyboard

Kneeboard

Team Placings

1988 Budweiser ISA World Surfing Championships, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico

Open Men

Open Women

Junior

Longboard

Bodyboard

Kneeboard

Team Placings

1986 ISA World Surfing Championships, Newquay, England

Open Men

Open Women

Junior

Kneeboard

Team Placings

1984 ISA World Surfing Championships, Huntington Beach, California, USA

Open Men

Open Women

Junior

Kneeboard

Team

1982 ISA World Surfing Championships, Gold Coast, Australia

Open Men

Open Women

Kneeboard

Junior

1980 ISA World Surfing Games, Biarritz, France

Open Men

Open Women

Team

Junior

1978 ISA World Surfing Championships, East London, South Africa

Team Results

1972 ISF World Surfing Championships, San Diego, California, USA

Open Men

Open Women

1970 ISF World Surfing Championships, Bells Beach, Australia

Open Men

Open Women

1968 ISF World Surfing Championships, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico

Open Men

Open Women

1966 ISF World Surfing Championship, San Diego, California, USA

Open Men

Open Women

1965 ISF World Surfing Championships, Lima, Peru

Big Wave

Women

Hotdogging

Relay Paddling

1964 ISF World Surfing Championships, Manly, Australia

Open Men

Open Women

Junior

World Junior Surfing Championship

The 'ISA World Junior Surfing Championship' is the biggest surfing event in the world for under-18 surfers, considering the surfing level, number of competitors and participating countries. The ISA World Junior Surfing Championship is an annual event that started in 2003 in Durban, South Africa. The International Surfing Association decided to hold a separate event for the growing level and population of junior surfing. The decision proved to be right. Nowadays the desire of every junior surfer is to represent their country in this great contest. The ISA started holding the Junior division in the ISA World Championship in 1980, and legendary surfer Tom Curren became the first ISA Junior Champion. [3]

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2014 isa world junior surfing championship, salinas, Ecuador

held between April 5-13

2013 ISA World Junior Surfing Championship, Playa Jiquiliste, Nicaragua

2012 ISA World Junior Surfing Championship, Playa Venao, Panama

2011 ISA World Junior Surfing Championship, Playa Hermosa, Peru

2010 ISA World Junior Surfing Championship, Piha Beach, New Zealand

2009 ISA World Junior Surfing Championships, Ecuador

2008 ISA World Junior Surfing Championships, France

2007 ISA World Junior Surfing Championships, Costa de Caparica, Portugal

2006 ISA World Junior Surfing Championships, Maresias, Brazil

2005 ISA World Junior Surfing Championships, Huntington Beach, USA

2004 ISA World Junior Surfing Championships, Papenoo, Tahiti

2003 ISA World Junior Championship, Durban, South Africa

World Masters Surfing Championship

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2013 ISA World Masters Surfing Championship, Montañita, Ecuador

2012 ISA World Masters Surfing Championship, Colorado Beach, Nicaragua

2011 ISA World Masters Surfing Championship, Punta Roca, El Salvador

2010 ISA World Masters Surfing Championship, Santa Catalina, Panama

2008 ISA World Masters Surfing Championship, Peru

2007 ISA World Masters Surfing Championships, Rincon, Puerto Rico

World Tandem Championships

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2011 ITSA/ISA World Tandem Championships, Trestles Church,San Diego, USA

2010 ISA World Tandem Championships, Lacanau, France

2009 ITSA/ISA Tandem Masters World Championships, Trestles (Church break), San Diego, California USA

2008 ITSA/ISA Tandem Masters World Championships

2006 ITSA/ISA World Tandem Surfing Championship, Waikiki, Oahu, Hawaii

World Bodyboard Championship

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2014 ISA World Bodyboard Championship, Iquique, Chile

to be held between December 6 – 14

2013 ISA World Bodyboard Championship, Playa Parguito, Venezuela

2011 ISA World Bodyboard Championship, Canary Islands, Spain

World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship

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2014 ISA World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship, La Boquita & Granada, Nicarágua

held between May 3-11

2013 ISA World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship, Miraflores, Lima, Peru

2012 ISA World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship, Miraflores, Lima, Peru

World Kneeboard World Championship

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2013 ISA World Kneeboard World Championship, Teharu’u, Tahiti

2007 ISA Kneeboard Surfing World Titles, Santa Cruz, CA, USA

World Longboard Championship

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2013 ISA World Longboard Championship, Huanchaco, Peru

Hainan Wanning Riyue Bay International Surfing Festival

The Hainan Wanning Riyue Bay International Surfing Festival (HWRBISF) is a new ISA event started in 2012 that expands the frontier of surfing to the Chinese coast. The Hainan Wanning Riyue Bay International Surfing Festival hosts two events—the ISA China Cup and the Hainan Classic, 4-Star Men’s ASP contest. The ISA China Cup hosts 64 athletes and officials from eight invited nations, and the Hainan Classic hosts 96+ athletes and officials from around the world. Surfers who qualified through the ISA World Surfing Games will compete at the ISA China Cup. It will be held at Riyue Bay which is located on Hainan Island in the Wanning Province of China.

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2014 Hainan Wanning Riyue Bay International Surfing Festival

to be held between November 23-28

2013 Hainan Wanning Riyue Bay International Surfing Festival-ISA China Cup

2012 Hainan Wanning Riyue Bay International Surfing Festival-ISA China Cup

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