Results for sponsorship
Ellie-Jean Coffey might still be a teenager, but she is old enough to know that sex sells — especially when it comes to women’s surfing.
Vans and IMG Sign Multi-Year Partnership for Prestigious US Open of Surfing
Gabriel Medina, one of the most dynamic aerial surfers in the world and one of the most promising young talents ever to come out of Brazil, has joined Oakley’s Global surf team. The 19-year-old surfer from Sao Paulo, who finished in the top 10 on the prestigious Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Championship Tour in 2012, joins an already star-studded surf team which now becomes all that more formidable.
Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia Decision Not to Renew Support Agreement with the Indonesian Surfing Championship Tour for 2013 – Creates Opportunity for Asian Surfing Championship Tour to Take the Lead in Asian Pro Surfing
Official: Nike Transfers Men’s and Women’s Teams to Hurley for 2013 and Beyond
Jeren Kiring, 17, is from Lombok but has been living in Bali for a long time. A Canggu boy who has been “adopted” by the Indonesian King of Surfing, Rizal Tanjung, Jeren developed his surfing riding the tricky condition of the beach-breaks around Kuta.
Hurley and Nike to No Longer Sponsor US Open Of Surfing
After several years of sponsoring the US Open in Huntington Beach and taking it to a whole new level, Nike and Hurley are moving on and will not sponsor the event in 2013 or thereafter.
The Red Bull Night Riders Contest held in Kuta last night provided the island with yet another boundary-pushing event as has become synonymous with the energy drink. Many were surprised when most of the top Indonesian surfers failed to participate. Turns out that the ISC banned its top 16 from partaking in the event.