CALLING: TEAM SDSL FOR 2013 CONTEST DATES!
As many of you know by now, we have restated our interest with the Coalition of Surfing Clubs to compete in Club contests last year and finished off the 2012 contest season successfully. We started 2013 with the Gathering of the Tribes in January at Churches and the Rincon Invitational in March - where we won 2nd place in the wave sharing division! The Club contest and fun contest season has only started and here is how it will continue: Pull out your calendars ladies - here is the list of the contests for which we are looking for YOU to join the TEAM to represent SDSL:
06/8: PB Pacific Beach Surf Club: 15th Annual Summer Longboard Classic (Longboard only) more info: http://pacificbeachsurfclub.org/dnn/
06/15: Carlsbad Fun Fest - open to beginners, great to gain some first time competition experience!
more info: http://carlsbadbeachfest.com/
*07/13 + 07/14: "Call to the Wall", Malibu Boardriders Club contest, Surfrider Beach
more info: http://www.malibuboardriders.com/call.html
*08/10 + 08/11: Oceanside Longboard Surfing Club Contest (Longboard only)
more info: http://www.oceansidelongboardsurfingclub.org/
*09/06 - 09/08: MSA Classic Invitational, Surfrider Beach, Malibu
more info: http://www.msaclassic.com/
09/14 + 09/15: C-Street Classic, Ventura (Longboard and Shortboard)
more info: http://www.venturasurfclub.org/cstreet/event.htm#signup
*10/12 + 10/13: WindanSea Invitational, La Jolla Shores (Longboard and Shortboard) *10/19 + 10/20: "Return to the Reef" Swami's Club Contest at Cardiff Reef (Longboard only) more info: http://www.swamissurfingassociation.org/
*11/02 + 11/03: PB Surf Club: Tourmaline Classic (Longboard and Shortboard)
*Perk: For Coalition contests SDSL is kicking in part of your entrance fee: $25 per contestant per contest for a maximum total of (3) contest per year!
For a complete list of Coalition contests take a look here: http://www.surfclubs.org/ tournaments.html
The Coalition of Surfing Clubs (CSC) is an international organization that represents the interests of surfing clubs throughout California and the world. It acts as a united voice to address issues related to coastal water quality, beach access, development, and legislative policy. The Coalition represents over 10,000 surfers of all ages and exists for the betterment of the citizenship of the surfer, to improve clean water locally and globally and to promote the sport of surfing.