SurfAid is calling for teams for the SurfAid Cup Malibu 2014. The fundraising event is part of the MSA Classic Invitational and will be held on Saturday September 6th at Surfrider Beach in Malibu, California. And a one-hour Expression Session will be held on Friday September 5th.
The SurfAid Cup is a surfing competition involving 12 four-person teams, each fundraising for SurfAid, with a minimum of $5,000 per team to enter.
Each SurfAid Cup team, in order of their fundraising total, will get to pick a surf legend to join them. Pro surfers who have indicated they will compete this year include four-time ASP world champion Lisa Andersen, two-time world ASP longboard champion Jen Smith, big wave legend Greg Long, Strider Wasilewski and Kassia Meador. ...read more
The Margaret River Wineries team has won the SurfAid Cup in Western Australia with a last-second ride in solid six foot (two metre) surf.
The MR Wineries scored 51.90 to narrowly defeat HSF aka the “Bar” Boys (51.80), with Macquarie WA third (42.67) and defending champions CineAds fourth (36.77). MadFish Wines and Grace Farm’s Finest finished equal 5th, while Caporn Young and Property Construction Nuts were equal 7th.
The eight teams raised $84,000 for SurfAid and Caporn Young (Jono Cullen, Todd Bennett, Jeremy Bower and Justin Wallace) won the fundraising trophy by collecting $17,500. ...read more
Top pros on the ASP World Championship Tour are lining up to compete in the SurfAid Cup, which will be held in conjunction with the Drug Aware Margaret River Pro, Western Australia.
This will be the third SurfAid Cup in Margaret River proudly supported by Surfing WA. Eight teams are aiming to raise $40,000 for SurfAid, and the event will be held on Sunday 6 April 2014 at Surfers Point. ...read more
Newcastle City Council Boardriders have won the Michilis SurfAid Cup in half-metre (two foot) surf at Dixon Park, Newcastle, with 16 corporate teams raising $52,000 for humanitarian organisation SurfAid.
Beilby Consulting won the fundraising trophy by collecting more than $7,000 and their East Coast manager, Ben Hainsworth, who is also a committee member of the Hunter Business Boardriders, said they were delighted to support SurfAid. “It’s an awesome reflection of local community support for international humanitarian initiatives and we are very proud to be able to help,” Hainsworth said. ...read more
Five former world champion surfers, and two Rugby League legends, are lining up to take on Sydney’s corporate world in the OzForex SurfAid Cup at Queenscliff Beach, Sydney, on Friday 1 November.
Mark ‘MR’ Richards, Layne Beachley, Tom Carroll, Damien Hardman, Martin Potter, Simon Anderson, Luke Egan, Rob Bain, Matt Hoy and Richie Lovett are among the pros who will be hitting the ocean to help raise money for humanitarian organization SurfAid. Joining them will be former Rugby League greats Andrew Johns and Mark Gasnier, both proficient surfers. ...read more
Must Winebar in Perth became home to five chefs who love to surf for the latest Surfing Chefs for SurfAid dinner on Thursday 5 September 2013.
Former ASP world surfing champion Martin “Pottz” Potter joined Surfing Chef’s pioneer Russell Blaikie (Must Winebar), Aaron Carr (Vasse Felix), Dany Angove (Leeuwin Estate) and Herb Faust (Herb Faust Food) in the kitchen to produce five courses matched with Madfish Wines. And the VIPs then adjourned to the Must Champagne Lounge. ...read more
The Santa Cruz Syndicate, with three-time ASP world champion Tom Curren on board, has won the SurfAid Cup at Malibu.
The Santa Cruz team (Curren, CJ Nelson, Michel Junod, Reilly Stone and Cheyne Renner) defeated the Firewire team (Sebastian Williams, Daniel Thomson, Pascal Stansfield, Taylor Jensen and Chuy Reyna) by only 7/100ths of a point, 49.37 – 49.30. ...read more
Singapore-based Australian Jackson English is set to cross the Molokai Channel for SurfAid in the Molokai2Oahu Paddleboard World Championships on Sunday 28 July.
It will be English’s seventh crossing of the 32-mile (51.5km) stretch of water known as the ‘Channel of Bones’. English, 38, who is SurfAid’s biggest individual fundraiser, has finished runner-up in the grueling event on three occasions and third three times. ...read more
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