21 August, 2005 : - - Northwood of Durban have won the 2005 Mr. Price SA Schools Championships which was completed in 3 - 4 foot onshore surf at Nahoon Beach East London Sunday (August 21).
20 August, 2005 : - - Held over the weekend with surf conditions ranging from 1 to 3ft, over 40 competitors with an age range of 11 to 43yrs battled it out for the prestigious titles available. The championships were held over two days to allow for optimum conditions for the competition. The categories for this year
28 June, 2005 : - - Congratulations to Local Motion Teamrider, Clay Marzo, on taking top honors at the 2005 NSSA Nationals. Once again the 16 year old from Maui has shown his freakish ability by outclassing the country¹s top amateur surfers to become the Open Men¹s National Champion. (Last year Clay won both the Ope
26 June 05 : - - Hosted at Watergate Bay this past weekend, the title defenders held on to the trophy for another year, defeating the Welsh team by a convincing margin.
10 June, 2005 : - - O'Neill teamrider Jordy Defraye has won the Mimizan Cup in the grommets section, confirming his status as the best Belgian talent.
30 May, 2005 : - - Playa Hermosa, Costa Rica-May 28, 2005-Alvaro Solano and Lisbeth Vindas wrapped up the 2004-05 Circuito Nacional de Surf’s (CNS) season in the “Grand Finals” at La Curva beach break in Playa Hermosa this past weekend with wins that again named both National Champions for the second year in a row.
21 May, 2005 : - - It's official; Volcom’s VQS Championships are now over! The waves held up all weekend with sunny skies and plenty of action both on the beach and in the water.
15 May, 2005 : - - (Taranaki, New Zealand. Sunday, 14 May, 2005): New Zealand’s brightest U/16 surf star cemented his growing reputation as the country’s standout performer by winning the most important title of his young career, the Quiksilver “King of the Groms” held in solid two-metre surf at Taranaki this weekend
08 May, 2005 : - - National champions KZN underlined the fact that South Africa's top surfers are based in Surf City when they produced all four individual division winners and retained the Presidents Cup at the 2005 Quiksilver SA Championships which were completed in small New Pier surf in Durban on Sunday, May 8.
4 May, 2005 : - - Alan Stokes tore apart the fun sized waves at Watergate Bay, Newquay to be crowned English Champion for the third time over the Mayday holiday weekend. He beat a resurgent Shaun Skilton into 2nd place with Reubin Pearce getting third ahead of Micah Lester in fourth.
3 May, 2005 : - - Lloyd Cole who has given contests a miss for the past few years returned this weekend to take the Welsh Open title for 2005.
29 April, 2005 : - - Richard Christie has today (Saturday) stormed home to win the Under Boys Division of the Smokefree National Scholastic Surfing Championships. Christie obliterated the other three finalists ‘comboing’ them with 10 minutes remaining. The Gisborne surfer opened up the final with a crazy 9.0 wave
28 April, 2005 : - - The 2005 Portuguese Junior National Championship was held from April 23-25 and had over 140 participants, at Praia Nova da Costa da Caparica. All wanted to take claim to the Portuguese Junior Title.
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