- 29 June 2009 | Bodyboarding
Thanks to the great efforts of all the organisers of the Sopelana Event, it is now confirmed as International with $15000US Prizemoney.
4th Event SOPELANA PRO,Sopelana ,Spain August 19-23 $15000US International Event
5th Event SINTRA PRO Praia Grande ,Portugal August 25-30 $20000US GRAND SLAM
6th Event MISS SUMOL CUP Beach Costa Nova, Portugal September 1-2 €4000 Regional Event
7th Event PENICHE PRO Supertubos, Portugal September 9-13 $15000 INTERNATIONAL EVENT
8th Event BUZIOS INTERNATIONAL Geriba Beach, Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL Sept30-Oct4 U$15000 INTERNATIONAL
9th Event BODYBOARD PRO FESTIVAL, Isla Margarita,Venezuela October 22-25 U$20000 INTERNATIONAL EVENT
10th Event TENERIFE PRO Los Americas, CANARY ISLANDS November 23-29 U$15000 INTERNATIONAL EVENT
11th Event CONFITAL PRO El Confital, Gran Canaria CANARY ISLANDS December 3-12 U$1500 INTERNATIONAL GRAND SLAM EVENT
Additional Information The WWT Championship will be decided by the best three (3) Grand Slam results and best two (2) other results.
- 24 June 2009 | Bodyboarding
The BIA Tour - California Bodyboarding Contest Circuit has a brand new site.
Bodyboarder International Association or BIA is a California based bodyboarding contest series run by Chris Granone, Shawn Backus and several other great volunteers which play host to events up and down the California coast.
Divisions are divided into Youth (14-), Juniors, Mens, Masters (30+), AA, AAA, Drop Knee, Women and Pro Open & Pro Drop Knee.
- 23 June 2009 | Bodyboarding
The event will be capped at 48 competitors and will be run over a one day period during the 4th or the 5th of July - location will again be Cronulla Point.
Positions are still available so if you’re keen for a chance at $10,000 cash and the chance of winning some fantastic prizes entry, get your entry in before you loose out..
In regards to IBA contracted riders - I have been informed by the IBA that only riders that are contracted to the IBA (that is riders that have signed a contract in 2009) will receive a 12 month ban; any top 28 riders may also incur a $500 USD fine.
So – here is the deal
a) If you are not contracted by the IBA - you are more than welcome to compete.
b) If you haven’t signed an IBA contract but are competing on the IBA world Tour, you are more than welcome to compete.
c) If you are contracted and you are not planning on entering any more IBA event you are more than welcome to compete.
d) If you are contracted and want to enter regardless, guess what - you are more than welcome as well…
e) Please note: I understand that the IBAA have scheduled events during the SIC waiting period- so - for those non contracted BBA competitors not competing in The Soldiers Beach Pro ‘09, that’s right- you are also welcome to compete.
Come On - Support the event that has inspired a generation of chargers.