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NOVEMBER  2009
 
 plan your NorCal & SoCal surf sessions accordingly...

Nov 2-8

sat & sun
 

 

O'Neill Cold Water Classic- Steamer Lane - Santa Cruz, CA

The O’Neill Cold Water Classic California goes down at Steamer Lane’s “amphitheatre-like break,” in Santa Cruz, Calif., Nov. 2-8, 2009. This year, it’s been upgraded to 6-Star Prime event.   The ASP Grade-3 Oakley Pro Junior North American Championships will also run concurrently.  This is final stop on the O’Neill Cold Water Classic Series 2009 where the winner will be crowned and awarded $50K prize money. Looking to oust reigning 2008 Champion Nat Young are current and former ASP World Tour stalwarts Jordy Smith, Timmy Reyes, Roy Powers, Cory Lopez and Adriano de Souza, current top American WQS leader Brett Simpson, current ASP World Junior Champion Kai Barger, and big wave rider Mark Mathews. A local trial will also advance two talented local into the mix.  Watch the contest webcast LIVE and get contest updates here.

By the way, Santa Cruz’s Jason ‘Ratboy’ Collins has been selected as the event ambassador. “Steamer Lane is a world-class wave,” says Ratboy. “It’s a very powerful, long perfect point break that can produce barrels, big air sections and lots of high-performance surfing. It’s a great thing to have a 6-Star Prime WQS event on my home break.”  Check out the expo area, the screening of Modern Collective and more.

NorCAL

Nov 7

sat
 

NSSA Jr Series - San Clemente Pier - San Clemente, CA

The National Scholastic Surf Association's Novice Series for shortboarders & longboarders continues.  7am - 4pm.  5 Divisions for high schoolers, middle school and girls.  |  Membership, Entries & Info

SoCAL

Nov 7-8

sat-sun



WSA/Gatorade Championship Series Event #4 - Pismo Beach Pier
 

The 2009-2010 season for the Western Surf Association (WSA) -- the oldest amateur series in the U.S. -- runs August through April.  Surfing 5 or more events qualifies surfers for the mid-May West Coast Championships.  The season-ending Surfing USA Championships is in June.  WSA has divisions for men, women & kids in shortboard, longboard & bodyboard divisions.  There's also a newly added 10 & under boys division, too. |  Entries & Info

CenCAL

Nov 13-15

sat-sun
 

Jim Beam Surftag U.S. Championships - Huntington Beach Pier, HB

Extremely popular in Australia, Jim Beam Surftag features surf clubs and teams representing specific breaks competing in a unique tag team format. Each team is represented by five contestants. In relay style each surfer catches three waves and then returns to the beach to tag their team’s next participant.  A $5,000 prize purse will be offered at each of the first three events and $10,000 will be offered for the final contest. Up to 16 teams will participate in each event.  The final showdown is, November 13-14, in Huntington Beach, CA | More info

SoCAL

Nov 13-14

sat-sun
 

PLA Pro Championships - Oceanside Pier - Oceanside, CA

This Professional Longboard Association's championships feature both an amateur & a pro contest. No PLA membership required to compete!  

In general,
All
PLA events are ASP sanctioned events. Surfers wishing to compete in the pro division and qualify for the WLT must register on the ASP North America website.  If you wish to compete in the PLA pro division and not become a member of the ASP, nor qualify for the WLT, please contact the PLA before the event date. |  Entries & Info

SoCAL

Nov 21-22
sat & sun
 

 

Uncle Dick's Surf Contest -  Linda Mar - Pacifica, CA


Hosted by NorCal Surf Shop, the annual winter contest features both longboard & shortboard events.  Come on out and see some of the Bay Area's top talent and local faces battle it out.  Ent
ries available at the surf shop at 5460 Coast Hwy, Pacifica.  Tel 650-738-WAVE.  
 

 

NorCAL

 

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