The ISA began as an institution created to organize world surfing championships and to crown the world's best surfers as world champions.
With 78 National Federations as members, the ISA has grown over the last 50 years to be recognized by the IOC as the world's governing authority for surfing, standup paddle (SUP) racing and surfing, bodysurfing, wakesurfing, and all other wave riding activities on any type of waves and on flat water using wave riding equipment.
The iconic Kirra surf spot may well be changing its name to "Swan Break". While the Australians were enjoying a day at the beach something unusual was taking place in the small surf.
Four black swans went out the back and started catching waves, several times, before flying away to another break. What is even more curious is that these swans knew where the peak was.
The top 34 surfers on 2014 AP World Tour have been decided, but Glenn Hall doesn't understand the criteria for the injury wildcards, allocated to Tiago Pires and Owen Wright. The Irish-Australian surfer sustained a significant back injury, at Restaurants, Fiji, and spent half of the season recovering.
"Six months from the date of the accident and I'm sitting hear consoling my distraught wife. We have spent six months eagerly waiting to find out if my dream of being a WT surfer is over", Hall wrote in his personal blog.
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