Although the final day of the 2016 Taiwan Open of Surfing saw wet, windy and wild conditions to challenge the remaining competitors, it turned out to be a highlight event for the ASC and its surfers as not only did West Java’s Dede Suryana claim his 2nd ASC tour championship at the event (he was also […]
West Java’s Dede Suryana won his second ASC Tour victory today at the Taiwan Open of Surfing in Taitung, advancing through his fourth round heat and also earning a spot in the quarterfinals. Suryana won his first ASC championship at the 2014 Taiwan Open two years ago, so the event is a bit of a good luck charm for him.
2015 ASC Men’s Champion Raditya Rondi from Kuta, Bali took down current rankings leader Dede Suryana (West Java) in the final of the Rote Open 2016 today to claim his 3rd ASC win of the year and move up to 3rd in the rankings behind Philmar Alipayo (Philippines) who is in 2nd, and Suryana who remains in first place with his runner up finish.
In the dying seconds of the 30 minute finale to the 4-day West Sumbawa Pro 2016 at Supersucks, the Philippine’s Philmar Alipayo snatched the victory from Bali’s Mega Semadhi, locking into the best wave of the final and earning a perfect 10 point score from the judges to get his first ASC tour win, and bring home a beautiful traditional West Sumbawa sword and Rp 20 million (approximately $1,600 USD) in prize money.
Clair Bevilacqua (Aus) earned a perfect 10-points in her semifinal heat in challenging 6-8 feet (2-4 meter) conditions on opening day of the West Sumbawa Pro 2016, by charging fearlessly through a heavy barrel section after setting it up with a couple of gouging turns
The annual Billabong Grommet Attack series is back for its 2016 installment, with the first leg (pending on wave conditions) set to take place this 29 May at Seminyak Beach; and the second and last scheduled for 17 July and 28 August at Padma Beach and Kuta Beach respectively.
The World Surf League (WSL) and Asian Surfing Championships (ASC) have combined once again to host another world-class event at one of the best surfing locations on the planet. The QS1,000 rated Mentawai Pro presented by Rip Curl.
In an exciting conclusion to the 2015 Rote Open International Surfing competition today, Raditya Rondi (Bali) took the Men’s Open win and the 2015 ASC Open Championship, and Rina Kitazawa (Japan) won the Women’s Division to cement her ASC Women’s Championship for 2015.
The Asian Surfing Championships is delighted to announce the return of the Rote Open International Surfing Competition, taking place from the 7th to the 12th of November at the spectacular righthander of Bo’a Beach on the island of Rote, one of the most eastern islands in the Indonesian archipelago.
Dede Suryana from Indonesia and Miyasaka Rioko from Japan took respective Asian Surfing Championship (ASC) Men’s and Women’s Division wins yesterday to the delight of hundreds of fans on the beach in an exciting finale to the inaugural ASC sanctioned Jialeshuei International Surfing Festival.