Darcy DeLaO: impressive style

Darcy DeLaO and Paul McDonnell claimed the Shortboard and Longboard titles at the 2013 World Deaf Surfing Championships at Maili Point, Oahu.

Surfers of all ages were greeted by incredible surfing conditions at Maili Point, Hawaii. Perfect, head-high waves pumped the 2013 World Deaf Surfing Championships.

In the Shortboard division, Darcy DeLaO showed all his style to claim the trophy with a backside 360 air. Harry Hillar and Trey Balding took silver and bronze.

The large wave faces were appreciated by longboarders, too. Paul McDonnell excelled and conquered the Longboard and Masters Longboard categories with his beautiful surf lines.

The spirit of surfing invaded Maili Point.

Kiyo Seminara claimed the Women's division, Kiyo Seminara blasted the Bodyboarding title, Ido Dar-el won the Masters Shortboard, and Tatsuro Ota showed off in the Seniors Longboard category.

2013 World Deaf Surfing Championships | Results

Shortboarding
Darcy DeLaO
Harry Hillar
Trey Balding
Alejandro Musso
Joshua Beal
Charles Herbold

Women
Kiyo Seminara
Tenaya Herbold
Pinky Aiello

Master Shortboard
Ido Dar-el
Harry Hiliar
Darcy DeLaO
Trey Balding

Senior Longboard
Tatsuro Ota
Ray Rapozo

Longboarding
Paul McDonnell
Harry Hillar
Jared Katakura
Bowe Lani
Henry Gosebrink

Bodyboarding
Kiyo Seminara
Adam Farrington
Salvatore Guido
Kami Seminara
Bowe Lani

Master Longboard
Paul McDonnell
Harry Hillar
Trey Balding
Joshua Beal
Alejandro Musso
Mario Venutolo

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