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quinta-feira, 22 de abril de 2010

Longboards roubados em São Pedro do Estoril

FICA O ALERTA

“Durante a semana de 12 a 16 de Abril foram roubados dois longboards Lufi que estavam guardados numa arrecadação de um prédio em São João do Estoril – ambas as pranchas são modelos à medida e possuem o meu nome inscrito no stringer, Pedro Quadros.  - 1 Longboard Lufi Model 9’1”x22x2” ¾  tri-fin, fins Kelly Slater, parte de cima em  branco, parte de baixo em amarelo, deck preto Creatures of Leisure, leash transparente Island Style, capa Ocean & Earth  - 1 Longboard Lufi Noserider 9’1”x22x3”, 1 quilha central FCS Ezi Trim 7”75 verde + 2 side-fins, parte de cima em amarelo parte de baixo em laranja, deck amarelo e preto Famous, leash joelho Ocean & Earth, capa Lufi  Peço a quem encontrá-los que me contacte para pedrocaquadros@hotmail.com ou 96 3897799.”

segunda-feira, 19 de abril de 2010

Regional de Surf/Longboard do ALgarve- Luís Esteves vence em Faro.

Luís Esteves, A.k.a. Orelhas venceu a categoria de Longboard no último fim de semana em Faro, arrancando assim preciosos pontos para garantir o lugar mais cimeiro do Ranking regional daquela zona, prova organizada pelo Clube de Surf de Faro (http://clubesurfaro.blogspot.com/).

A ele parabéns!!

sexta-feira, 16 de abril de 2010

Circuito Regional de regresso às praias da Costa! CSC 2010- Surf Open, Master (+de 35 anos), Feminino e Sub 16.


Vai ser já no próximo dia 24 de Abril que regressa o Circuito Regional de surf da Costa de Caparica 2010, que conta com o patrocínio da Samadi, e é organizado pelo Caparica Surfing Club.

Para inscrições: circuitoregionalsamadi2010@gmail.com

Apesar de não estar previsto a modalidade de Longboard, os responsáveis do CSC colocaram-se à disposição para "ajudarem" na realização de algumas etapas, por isso é esperar por um circuito de Longboard, e ir lá participar com pranchas mais pequenas na categoria de Master (para quem tiver mais de 35 anos) ou nas categorias previstas.

Surf Open, SUB16, MASTER e FEMININO.

Aloha e até 24 de Abril!

quarta-feira, 14 de abril de 2010

Datas ETL 2010 disponíveis no Blog oficial do ETL

Já estão disponiveis as datas para o Circuito ETL deste ano (2010)


Para mais informações consultar o blog oficial ETLTOUR: http://etltour.blogspot.com/

Cole Robbins e Jen Smith vencem LQS na Costa Rica na onda de Boca Barranca (Fonte: ASPNORTHAMERICA.ORG)




Robbins and Smith Win Costa Rica PLA Pro
Texto na íntrega da ASPNORTHAMERICA.ORG
BOCA BARRANCA, Puntarenas/Costa Rica (Sunday, April 11, 2010) – Cole Robbins (Santa Barbara, CA), 19, and Jen Smith (San Diego, CA), 24, won the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Longboard Qualifying Series (LQS) 3-Star Costa Rica PLA Pro in clean two-to-four-foot (1 metre) surf at Costa Rica’s impressive lefthand pointbreak of Boca Barranca.
The Costa Rica PLA Pro marks the second stop on the ASP North America Longboard Qualifying Series (LQS) and offers valuable ratings points towards qualification for the ASP World Longboard Tour.
Robbins clinched his first major ASP LQS victory today in impressive fashion by topping a stacked list of talent including former two-time ASP North America Longboard Champion Taylor Jensen (Oceanside, CA), 26, who finished second, current ASP WLT competitor Kai Sallas (Waikiki, HI), 28, and former ASP World Longboard Champion Josh Constable (Noosa, AUS), in a last second exchange to clinch the event with a 9 point ride.
“I can’t believe it, I feel on top of the world right now,” Robbins said. “I saw that wave coming and I thought ‘this is it’, hopefully I can at least move in to second and make some more money. It’s such a great event to win with Taylor (Jensen), Josh (Constable) and Kai (Sallas), there all such great surfers. I just don’t even know what to say.”
The young Californian has been struggling through and injury plagued season, and was elated to come away with the victory over such a talented field of finalists.
“I’ve been injured for most of this year and I really wasn’t sure how I was going to do in this contest,” Robbins said. “I pulled out an old board that works really well and it just all came together for me.”
Smith, who is the reigning two-time ASP Women’s World Longboard Champion, wasted no time in her final bout to clinch the highest scores of the entire women’s event by combining beautiful noserides and massive turns to post a 17.50 out of 20 combined heat total to take out her first event win of the season.
“It was incredible out there,” Smith said. “It really turned on for the Final and I definitely caught my best waves by far in that heat. I just sort of positioned myself further down the point that all of the other girls and they were a little too deep for those sets and I was able to get some really beautiful noserides.”
In addition to clinching the impressive victory, Smith also launches out to an early-season ratings lead over the women’s ASP North America Longboard Qualifying Series field with today’s win.
“I’m doing all of the events this year and with this being a 3-Star, the points are important,” Smith said. “Since we all split the points at the last event in Ocean Beach, I knew that this event would be the one to put someone out front.”
The next stop on the ASP North America Longboard Qualifying Series will be the ASP LQS 6-Star America’s Open of Longboarding at Huntington Beach Pier from June 4 through 6, 2010.
For additional information log on to www.aspworldtour.com or www.aspnorthamerica.org

Costa Rica PLA Pro Men’s Final Results:
1-
Cole Robbins (USA) 15.80
2- Taylor Jensen (USA) 14.37
3- Kai Sallas (HAW) 13.50
4- Josh Constable (AUS) 13.10

Costa Rica PLA Pro Men’s Semifinals Results:
Heat 1:
Kai Sallas (HAW) 16.83, Josh Constable (AUS) 16.00, Rodrigo Sphaier (BRA) 13.90, Steve Newton (USA) 6.86
Heat 2: Taylor Jensen (USA) 17.63, Cole Robbins (USA) 14.67, Ty Roach (USA) 9.77

Costa Rica PLA Pro Women’s Final Results: 
1- Jen Smith (USA) 17.50
2- Summer Romero (USA) 14.13
3- Leah Dawson (HAW) 12.03
4- Kelly Nicely (USA) 8.67
Costa Rica PLA Pro Women’s Semifinals Results:
Heat 1:
Leah Dawson (HAW) 13.10, Jennifer Smith (USA) 16.93, Nava Young (AUS) 11.76, Kaitlin Maguire (USA) 8.34
Heat 2: Summer Romero (USA) 16.93, Kelly Nicely (USA) 11.27, Amy King (USA) 10.10, Kate Easton (USA) 4.10
 

sexta-feira, 9 de abril de 2010

ASP 3-Star Costa Rica PLA Pro Completo round 1 Boca Barranca (Fonte Aspnorthamerica.org)

Opening Round of ASP 3-Star Costa Rica PLA Pro Completed at Boca Barranca
BOCA BARRANCA, Costa Rica (Thursday, April 8, 2010) – The second stop on the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) North America Longboard Qualifying Series (LQS) 3-Star Costa Rica PLA Pro completed Round 1 today at the idyllic lefthand pointbreak of Boca Barranca in Costa Rica and saw Brazilian standout Rodrigo Sphaier (BRA) lead the opening Round with an impressive 16.60 heat total while advancing through to take on the event’s main seeds.
Surfers competing on the ASP LQS compete in each of their respective regions in attempt to finish within the top of the ratings to qualify for the prestigious ASP World Longboard Tour (WLT). Once qualified, they earn the right to battle the globe’s finest longboarding talent for the title of ASP World Longboard Champion.
Sphaier is currently competing at Boca Barranca for the first time, but his early arrival to the famous lefthander paid dividends when he combined stylish, classic longboarding with new-school flare to clinch the day’s top scores.
“I got here 10 days ago to get used to this wave,” Sphaier said. “It’s a perfect wave and I’m happy to have a contest here. It’s good to surf the opening round to get comfortable before I surf against the top guys in the event.”
Sphaier, who is currently fresh off of a major ASP LQS 6-Star event victory in Peru, is hoping to carry the momentum through from his impressive victory into the Round of 32, where he will face former ASP World Longboard Champion Josh Constable (AUS).
“Winning the 6-Star in Peru was a highlight for me and a great way to start my year,” Sphaier said. “Hopefully I can surf well again here in Costa Rica.”
Still to surf in the event is reigning ASP North America Longboarding Champion Kai Sallas (Waikiki, HAW), 28, and American talent Taylor Jensen (Oceanside, CA), 26, while reigning two-time ASP Women’s World Longboard Champion Jen Smith (San Diego, CA), 24, will lead the women’s competitors as the top seed.
The ASP LQS 3-Star Costa Rica Pro will reconvene tomorrow morning at 5:30am local time for a possible 6am start.
For additional ASP information log on to www.aspworldtour.com or www.aspnorthamerica.org 

sábado, 3 de abril de 2010

sexta-feira, 2 de abril de 2010

ESTITXU ESTREMO sagra-se Campeã Europeia ASP LOngboard Feminino 2010


A Atleta de Euskadi, Estitxu Estremo sagrou-se hoje campeã 2010 da ASP Europa na disciplina de Longboard Feminino.

Amanhã estão agendadas com muita expectativa, as meias finais man-on-man do Open LQS Masculino, Ben Skinner (Campeão em 2009) defronta Antoine Delpero (Vice Campeão Mundial), e Alexis Deniel (Vice Campeão no Ano passado em Tápia) contra o Inglês James Parry, a luta vai ser acesa de certeza.
GOANNA PRO TAPIA 2010 - DAY 1 from aspeurope on Vimeo.

Aloha

quinta-feira, 1 de abril de 2010

BEn Skinner em destaque no 1º dia do LQS ( 1*) Europeu- Goana Pro 2010



Ben Skinner esteve durante o 1º round do LQS de Tapia, Goana Pro 2010, que se disputa em Espanha até dia 3 de Abril, estando assim a defender o seu título de Campeão Europeu pela ASP.

Quem ficou de fora foi Aurelien Meynieux que perdeu para Antoine Delpero e Sam Bleakey.

Amanhã segue-se os quartos de final, numa etapa do LQS (única na Europa) que não contou com nenhuma presença nacional, talvez devido ao elevado custo.

ALOHA

FONTE: ASPEUROPE.com

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