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- 16 July 2018 | Bodyboarding
Sammy Morretino claimed the men's and drop-knee divisions at the 2018 Sandy Beach Challenge, on the South Shore of Oahu, in Hawaii.
The young bodyboarder from Koloa won the most coveted trophies at the iconic shore break contest. Morretino, who is competing on the APB World Tour, won't forget this day.
"I'm stoked! The last time I won the men's pro division here was six years ago, in 2012 at the age of 15," said Morretino, who beat his opponents by narrow margins.
- 10 July 2018 | Bodyboarding
The draw for the 2018 Digicape Tand Invitational has been revealed. There are former world champions in the elite list.
One of the world’s biggest and boldest bodyboarding competitions on the planet is back. The 2018 Tand Invitational is ready to kick off, and the waiting period runs from July 6-31.
The main heat draw signals the start of this window period, with pre-qualified riders entered into a draw where they are randomly assigned to one of the four quarter-final heats.
- 09 July 2018 | Bodyboarding
Hugo Pinheiro invited two former women's world bodyboarding champions to a tow-out session.
Four-time world champion Isabela Sousa, and two-time world champion Alexandra Rinder have become the first female riders to experience tow-out bodyboarding.
The Portuguese rider and former APB World Tour athlete put two world-class bodyboarders to the test in a surf break located somewhere south of Lisbon.