Saturday, November 25, 2017

CBRASB Crowns Brazilian Champions for 2017

2017 CBRASB Troféu Brasil de Bodyboarding

Location: Praia do Estaleirinho, Balneário Camboriú, Santa Catarina, Brazil

Date: November 23rd-26th, 2017


  CBRASB (Confederação Brasileira de Bodyboarding) crowned its 2017 Brazilian National Champions on Saturday, November 25th.  Here are the results.

SUB-18:

1st- Luan Tavares (RJ)
2nd- Vinicius Bueno (ES)
3rd- Igor Almeida (RJ)
4th- Felipe Custódio (PR)

SUB-18 NATIONAL CHAMPION: LUAN TAVARES (RJ)


OPEN WOMEN'S:

1st- Isa Nunes (PR)
2nd- Naiara Stringhini (RS)
3rd- Cristiane Bianco (SC)
4th- Marina Sobral (SC)

OPEN WOMEN'S NATIONAL CHAMPION: ISA NUNES (PR)


OPEN MEN'S:

1st- Luan Tavares (RJ)
2nd- Leandro Gonçalves (PR)
3rd- Igor Almeida (RJ)
4th- Jailton de Camargo (PR)

OPEN MEN'S NATIONAL CHAMPION: LUAN TAVARES (RJ)


MASTERS:

1st- Leonardo Moreira (ES)
2nd- Douglas Junior (SC)
3rd- Ronaldo Figueiredo (SC)
4th- Marco Marciel (SC)

MASTERS NATIONAL CHAMPION: LEONARDO MOREIRA (ES)


WOMEN'S PRO:

1st- Maylla Venturin (ES)
2nd- Guta Borges (PR)

WOMEN'S PRO NATIONAL CHAMPION: MAYLLA VENTURIN (ES)


MEN'S PRO:

1st- Lucas Rodrigues (ES)
2nd- Marcos Boeno (PR)

MEN'S PRO NATIONAL CHAMPION: LUCAS RODRIGUES (ES)


For more information, please be sure to visit:

CBRASB on Facebook

CBRASB YouTube Channel

CBRASB Official Website


Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Isabela Sousa Relocating to Portugal

Isabela Sousa Relocating to Portugal

4x Women's World Champion Isabela Sousa. Photo: Lima Jr.

4x Women's World Champion Isabela Sousa has announced plans to move from her home in Ceará (Northeastern Brazil) to Carcavelos (near Lisbon, Portugal), where she plans to live for at least the next year.  Boa sorte e boa viagem, Bela!

For more information, please be sure to click the link below:

Surfer Today Press Release


Monday, November 20, 2017

2017 APB Awards

2017 APB Awards

  The 2017 APB Awards for Rookie of the Year, Move of the Year, and Athlete's Choice were voted on by the Top 24 on the APB Men's World Tour.

Alan Muñoz (Chile) received the Move of the Year award for this massive invert during the 2017 Arica Chilean Challenge!

MOVE OF THE YEAR: Alan Muñoz (Chile)

AM bringing a couple of souvenirs from the 2017 APB season back home to Chile.


ATHLETE'S CHOICE AWARD: Alan Muñoz (Chile)

Hawaii's Patrick Orr.

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Patrick Orr (Hawaii)


Official APB Press Release


For more information, please be sure to visit:

www.apbtour.com


Monday, November 13, 2017

RECAP: Jared Houston Wins Fronton King 2017

Jared Houston Claims the Crown at Fronton King 2017



Date: October 14th-28th, 2017

Location: El Fronton, Galdar, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands


FINAL:
1st- Jared Houston (South Africa)
2nd- Amaury Lavernhe (Reunion Island)


VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS:



OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASES:

APB Tour Press Release

Surfer Today Press Release


For more information, updates, and highlights please be sure to visit:

www.apbtour.com

APB Tour on Facebook

APB Tour YouTube Channel



Saturday, November 4, 2017

Friday, October 20, 2017

Movement Magazine is Back!

Movement Magazine is back in print...


...and has returned with "The Legacy Issue" which is available NOW!!!

To purchase a copy in the US, go to:

ebodyboarding.com/products/the-return-of-movement-magazine

For more information about Movement Magazine, please be sure to visit:

Movement Magazine website


Thursday, October 19, 2017

HISTORY: ISA Bodyboarding World Champions

HISTORY: ISA Bodyboarding World Champions

A 1988 promotional photo of Chris Cunningham from Morey Boogie Bodyboards.

Here's a quick look at the History of ISA Bodyboarding World Champions.

1988 World Surfing Titles: Chris Cunningham (USA)

1990 World Surfing Championship: Jackie Buder (Hawaii)

1992 World Amateur Titles: Nicolas Capdeville (France)

1994 World Amateur Titles: Jefferson Anute (Brazil)


1996 World Surfing Games:
Guilherme Tâmega (Brazil)
Daniela Freitas (Brazil)

1998 World Surfing Games:
Gonçalo Farias (Portugal)
Dora Gomes (Portugal)

2000 World Surfing Games:
Guilherme Tâmega (Brazil)
Karla Costa (Brazil)

2002 World Surfing Games:
Nicolas Capdeville (France)
Neymara Carvalho (Brazil)

2004 World Surfing Games:
Andrew Lester (Australia)
Kira Llewellyn (Australia)

2006 World Surfing Games:
Manuel Centeno (Portugal)
Kira Llewellyn (Australia)

2008 World Surfing Games:
Marcus Lima (Brazil)
Natasha Sagardia (Puerto Rico)

2009: No Event

2010: No Event

2011 World Bodyboard Championship:
Junior: Eduardo Rodriguez (Spain)
Drop Knee: Ardiel Jimenez (Spain)
Women's: Isabela Sousa (Brazil)
Men's: Pierre Louis Costes (France)
Team: France

2012 World Bodyboard Championship:
U18 Girls: Shiori Okazawa (Japan)
U18 Boys: Maxime Castillo (France)
Drop Knee: Iain Campbell (South Africa)
Women's: Sari Ohhara (Japan)
Men's: Eder Luciano (Brazil)
Team: Brazil

2013 World Bodyboard Championship:
U18 Girls: Glorielys Oropeza (Venezuela)
U18 Boys: Jefferson Bustos (Costa Rica)
Drop Knee: Luis Rodriguez (Venezuela)
Women's: Neymara Carvalho (Brazil)
Men's: Eder Luciano (Brazil)
Aloha Cup: Venezuela
Team: Brazil

2014 World Bodyboard Championship:
U18 Girls: Carolina Botteri (Peru)
U18 Boys: Yoshua Toledo (Chile)
Drop Knee: Amaury Lavernhe (France)
Women's: Teresa Almeida (Portugal)
Men's: Tristan Roberts (South Africa)
Aloha Cup: France
Team: Chile

2015 World Bodyboard Championship:
U18 Girls: Shiori Okazawa (Japan)
U18 Boys: Yoshua Toledo (Chile)
Drop Knee: Luis Rodriguez (Venezuela)
Women's: Anne Cecile Lacoste (France)
Men's: Eder Luciano (Brazil)
Aloha Cup: France
Team: Brazil

2016: No WBC

2017: No WBC

2018: ???



For more information, please be sure to visit:

www.isasurf.org

ISA on Facebook

www.isaworlds.com