The International Surfing Association (ISA) is pleased to announce that results for the 2008 ISA World Masters Surfing Championship anti doping tests all came back negative where all finalists were tested. 

This years event saw competitors ages 35 and over from 17 different nations from around the world.  The competition took place over 6 days and concluded with South Africa taking home the team championship.

The Masters division was won by Juan Ashton (PRC), Grandmasters Rob Page (AUS), Kahunas Mark Wright (ZAF), Grand Kahunas Chris Knutsen (ZAF), and Women’s Masters Heather Clark (ZAF). 

The ISA is committed to a doping-free sport by performing anti doping testing at all ISA events and complying with its Anti Doping Code which is based on the World Anti Doping Agency’s (WADA) code. 

Source: ISA

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