World Waveski Surfing Titles 2020


When add to your calendar

16th of July 2020 to the 24th of July 2020 at 08:00 - Last date for Individual registrations is the 31st of March 2020, last date for Team registrations is the 30th of April 2020

Where

HUANCHACO, La Libertad, Peru


Cost

1st category - $125 (includes $25 WWSA Fee) ///////// 2nd Category - $80 ///////// Open tag team (including composite or international tag team) - $165 ///////// Women’s tag team - $70

Description

DO NOT FORGET TO ENTER YOUR T-SHIRT SIZE WHEN REGISTERING

SIGN-IN AND OPENING CEREMONY ARE ON JULY 16TH, COMPETITION STARTS ON JULY 17TH.

The venue for the World Waveski Surfing Titles 2020 will be HUANCHACO, La Libertad, Peru. Huanchaco is a left hand point break which hosts the World Longboard Circuit. It's a consistent and fun wave, with plenty of peaks, which often link up to create long rides. Magicseaweed has some photos and a brief write up about the wave. For those who need help with logistics, here is a useful site

Ambulatory and Non-Ambulatory adaptive waveski riders are encouraged to enter the WWST2020 and provisions have been put in place to accommodate you all. The WWSA are considering accommodating separate events for Ambulatory and Non-Ambulatory riders and are following the necessary procedures to apply the rule change. We are expecting a positive outcome. In the meantime, please register for the event. We will be in touch with all registered adaptive riders by April with an update about the categories.


Terms and Conditions of Entry

"The event will be run to World Waveski Surfing Association rules. These can be found at the WWSA website and include equipment specifications, judging criteria, age categories etc.

Competitors are expected to make decisions on the day with regards to their ability to compete in the surf conditions; considering the safety of themselves and others. All competitors must be a member of a National Governing Body for their country/region and have personal travel insurance which covers them to participate in this event. By entering the competition, you are confirming that you are a member of your governing body and hold personal travel insurance with a suitable level of cover. The organizers will ask to see your membership card and evidence of insurance at registration.

Competitors entering the Open category without a world ranking, are required to participate in the pre-qualification rounds prior to meeting ranked competitors in the main event."

Competitor age is taken as the date of advertised start of competition. As of 17 July 2020 the competitor must be the correct age for their categories.


Payment Details

Individual Prices

First class cost
Full Price 125.00 USD 80.00 USD

Team Prices

First Class Cost Additional class cost
Full Price 165.00 USD 70.00 USD

Organisers Contact


Documents

    Results will be available after the competition is finished.


Classes



The competition is limited to 100 individual competitors ,currently there are 31 competitors.
Individuals are limited to 3 classes.

Open Mens 10+ years [21 / 100] (Open Categories)

Terms and Conditions

Men only

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BARRETO, Fernando
BENSE, Dylan
COLIN, Guillaume
COPELAND, Doug
DALTON, Leon
DE SOUZA, Mauricio
DIESEL-REYNOLDS, Stewart
EADES, Nathan
ESTERHUYSE, Daniel
GRIFFITH, Ryan
HUMBERT, Virgile
JOUET, Paul
LE BARS, Nathan
LE BARS, Steeven
LIMA, Fellipe Kizu
MARSH, Mike
MONFORT, Enzo
MUNSON, JEFFREY
ROESSTORFF, Francois
TAYLOR, Rory
VIAENE, Bruce

Open Womens 10+ years [4 / 100] (Open Categories)

Terms and Conditions

Women only

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COPELAND, Shannon
DILLON, Jacqueline
LUCAS, Océane
TESSIER, Marie

Open Mens Adaptive — 10+ years [3 / 100] (Open Categories)

COLIN, Guillaume
LIMA, Fellipe Kizu
MUNSON, JEFFREY

Open Womens Adaptive — 10+ years [0 / 100] (Open Categories)

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Cadets 10-16 years [1 / 200] (Age Division)

10-16 years

10-16 years

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MONFORT, Enzo

Juniors 17-20 years [2 / 200] (Age Division)

LE BARS, Steeven
ROESSTORFF, Francois

New Age 21-29 [7 / 200] (Age Division)

BARRETO, Fernando
BENSE, Dylan
HUMBERT, Virgile
JOUET, Paul
LE BARS, Nathan
LUCAS, Océane
TESSIER, Marie

Senior 30-39 [4 / 200] (Age Division)

COLIN, Guillaume
EADES, Nathan
GRIFFITH, Ryan
VIAENE, Bruce

Master 40-49 [3 / 200] (Age Division)

JEAN-MICHEL, Bibes
MOORS, Yann
RIBAS, Paulo

Grand Master 50-59 [7 / 200] (Age Division)

COPELAND, Doug
CRUZ, Rogerio
DALTON, Leon
ESTERHUYSE, Daniel
MARCONDES, Marco Antonio
MUNSON, JEFFREY
TAYLOR, Rory

Veteran 60+ years [4 / 200] (Age Division)

CLEMENTS, Kenneth
DIESEL-REYNOLDS, Stewart
DILLON, Jacqueline
MARSH, Mike

TEAM Open Tag Team [0 / 200]

Tag Team Rules – World Waveski Surfing Championships...

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Tag Team Rules – World Waveski Surfing Championships Composite Tag Teams can not contain a member from a country that is also represented in another composite tag team e.g. Composite Team #1 - 2 Spaniards + 1 Greek + 1 Swiss Composite Team #2 - 1 Brazilian + 2 Dutch+ 1 Swiss The two competitors from the same country must be together in the same composite team. They can not be split across two different composite teams. (i.e. Swiss in the above example) * NOTE * - NO provision exists that denies a composite tag team from being recognised in final standings of a Tag Team event at the World Waveski Titles. Composite tag teams have equal status and if a team performs better than any full national team, the result stands. Should a composite team achieve 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.... the individuals comprising the team have earned the right for their result to be recognised. Having met the requirements to form a composite team in the first instance, they have surfed and competed fairly. The individuals comprising the composite team also earn the right to take whatever result they achieve back to each of their respective home nation/s for exposure, marketing and promotion possibilities for either themselves as individuals or for the sport in their country. N.B Competitors are advised to consult with their governing body or team captain before entering a tag team as there is usually a national selection process in place.

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If an individual has a National Team, she/he cannot join to an International Team. Each team country are allowed to enter up to 2 National teams. Members of a National team may not compete in a mixed team. Competitors are not allowed to compete on more than one National team.

Two (or more) National Tag Teams are allowed, but they have to be 100% “national” (example, France “A”, France “B”…)

International teams should be made of competitors from different countries (i.e 5 countries for the mens team and 2 countries for the women's team)

Each team are allowed to replace their team members with pre-named reserves.

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TEAM Womens Tag Team [0 / 2]

Tag Team Rules – World Waveski Surfing Championships...

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Tag Team Rules – World Waveski Surfing Championships Composite Tag Teams can not contain a member from a country that is also represented in another composite tag team e.g. Composite Team #1 - 2 Spaniards + 1 Greek + 1 Swiss Composite Team #2 - 1 Brazilian + 2 Dutch+ 1 Swiss The two competitors from the same country must be together in the same composite team. They can not be split across two different composite teams. (i.e. Swiss in the above example) * NOTE * - NO provision exists that denies a composite tag team from being recognised in final standings of a Tag Team event at the World Waveski Titles. Composite tag teams have equal status and if a team performs better than any full national team, the result stands. Should a composite team achieve 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.... the individuals comprising the team have earned the right for their result to be recognised. Having met the requirements to form a composite team in the first instance, they have surfed and competed fairly. The individuals comprising the composite team also earn the right to take whatever result they achieve back to each of their respective home nation/s for exposure, marketing and promotion possibilities for either themselves as individuals or for the sport in their country. Competitors are advised to consult with their governing body or team captain before entering a tag team as there is usually a national selection process in place.

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Terms and Conditions
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If an individual has a National Team, she/he cannot join to an International Team. Each team country are allowed to enter up to 2 National teams. Members of a National team may not compete in a mixed team. Competitors are not allowed to compete on more than one National team.

Two (or more) National Tag Teams are allowed, but they have to be 100% “national” (example, France “A”, France “B”…)

International teams should be made of competitors from different countries (i.e 5 countries for the mens team and 2 countries for the women's team)

Each team are allowed to replace their team members with pre-named reserves.

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No teams are registered yet. Be the first!?