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Surfing America offers amateur-to-pro road map

 On their way: Kanoa Igarashi & Tatiana Weston-Webb © Jack McDaniel/Surfing America

Surfing America Updates

Seminar answers the question "How do I get from beginning competition surfer to professional"

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 11 September, 2013 : - - Surfing America Judging Director, ISA/ASP International Judge, and renown surf coach, Erik Krammer, is bringing a brand new two hour seminar to the East Coast that answers the question "How do I get from beginning competition surfer to professional?"  Erik will take you through each level of surf competition and how to progress to the next. 

He will discuss judging criteria, competition rules, and heat strategy.  This course is a must for competitors, parents and coaches intent on progressing their surfing to the next level.  Based on the rules, criteria and philosphy of Surfing America, the International Surfing Association and the Association of Surfing Professionals, participants in this intensive short course will leave with a road map of how to progress their surfing to the next level.

What:  An educational program directed towards the basic understanding of surfing competition in the United States for competitors, coaches, parents and the general public.  The clinic is designed by Erik Krammer of International Surf Services and presented by Surfing America with the rules and ideals of the International Surfing Association (ISA) and the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP).

When:  September 18th from 6:30-8:30 pm
Where:  The Comfort Inn (just south of Jennette’s Pier) 8031 Old Oregon Inlet Road, Nags Head, NC  27959 (252) 441-6315 First floor in the Ball Room

Source: Surfing America

Author: Greg Cruse

Tags: Surfing America, ISA, East Coast Surfing Championships

Judging: Surfersvillage


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