Team South Africa, the 2013 Reef ISA World Surfing Games Team Champions, holding the Fernando Aguerre World Team Champions Trophy and IOC President's Trophy. Photo: ISA/Rommel Gonzales
Sunday, May 12th, Santa Catalina, Panama - Following an incredible Final Day of great waves and tremendous surfing performances, the 2013 ISA World Masters Surfing Championship officially closed.
Team South Africa is the new 2013 Reef ISA World Surfing Games Team Champion. South Africans is the winner of the Fernando Aguerre World Team Champion Trophy, named and donated by the long-time ISA President who was first elected in 1994 and has been diligently working on fulfilling the ISA's mission of developing the sport of surfing around the world.
Additionally, the Team Champion received the International Olympic Committee (IOC) President's Trophy and the "Copa V Centenario Del Descubrimiento Del Oceano Pacifico," or 5th Century Cup of the Discovery of the Pacific Ocean.
South Africa's Shaun Joubert is the new Men's Reef ISA World Surfing Games Champion. With powerful turns and aerial tactics, Joubert earned the Gold Medal.
Australia's Dimity Stoyle is the new Women's Reef ISA World Surfing Games Champion. Stoyle earned the Gold Medal with a high scoring wave in the last minutes of her heat.
South Africa's Shaun Joubert Wins the Open Men's and Australia's Dimity Stoyle Wins the Open Women's in Incredible Waves at Santa Catalina. Photo: ISA/Rommel GonzalesRead More >>