Wp Junior Trails 2 – Heats and Schedule

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Vans Surf Pro Classic Returns to Iconic ‘Yo-Yo’s’ in Lamberts Bay



Vans Surf Pro Classic Returns to Iconic ‘Yo-Yo’s’ in Lamberts Bay

Adds QS1,000 Women’s Event to Men’s and JQS1,000 Junior Men


The Vans Surf Pro Classic returns to the iconic surf break of YoYo’s in Lamberts Bay for its second edition, adding a World Surf League (WSL) Qualifying Series (QS) 1,000 rated event for women to the highly successful QS1,000 men’s and JQS1,000 junior men’s events held for the first time last year.


Scheduled for Friday to Sunday, 2-4 June, the entry lists for all three events are full after attracting competitors from as far afield as Hawaii, USA, Australia, South America and Japan, all of whom are keen to test their skills at the break dubbed the ‘Trestles’ of Africa after the outstanding waves experienced last year.


“Vans is honoured to be able to host the 2nd annual Vans Surf Pro Classic in the quiet fishing town of Lamberts Bay with its excellent waves,” says Vans Marketing Manager, Warren Talbot. “Following the success of last year we have definitely attracted more international interest, which will provide a highly contestable arena for our local QS campaigners. We here at Vans would like to wish all the competitors the best of luck.”


A total prize-purse of R70,000 is on offer along with coveted rankings points on the WSL QS leaderboard for men and women which determine their qualification for and seeding in events worldwide. The junior men earn points that count towards selection of the WSL Africa squad who will represent the region in the annual WSL World Junior Championships in Australia in January 2018.


The points from all events also count towards crowning the 2017 WSL Africa regional champions, titles which are currently held by defending Vans Surf Pro Classic winner Beyrick de Vries (uMhlanga), Faye Zoetmulder (Cape St Francis) and Adin Masencamp (Strand).


“The World Surf League is really excited to be back at Lamberts Bay for a second year and thanks to Vans we’re happy to help boost tourism and the economy in the area while also supporting some of the local social responsibility projects,” says WSL Africa Operations Manager, Colin Fitch.


“Word has spread globally of the great waves and warm hospitality in this friendly West Coast fishing town and this year local residents will hear Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese and some French being spoken. As visitors we’re committed to keeping the beaches clean, leaving only foot prints in the sand and taking away fond and lasting memories.”


Beyrick de Vries (uMhlanga) will be defending the men’s title he won in a hard fought final against current QS No. 17 Michael February (Kommetjie), while a new junior men’s champion will be crowned since 2016 winner Jordy Maree (Kommetjie) is no longer in the 18-and-under category.


Emma Smith (Jeffreys Bay), Crystal Hulett (St Francis Bay) and Sophie Bell (Salt Rock) head the local standings in the battle for the inaugural women’s crown and they will be hard pressed by a quartet of Australian challengers.


The addition of the QS1,000 women’s event has seen the event grow from two to three days and it will again be hosted by the  local West Coast Boardriders Club with the invaluable assistance of the volunteers from Christian Surfers South Africa.


Live scoring for the Vans Surf Pro Classic, along with results, images, video footage and news will be available on the www.worldsurfleague.com website.


1st Junior trials 6 May – Results

Trial 1 U12B Final

Trial 1 U12G Final

Trial 1 U14B Final

Trial 1 U14G Final

Trial 1 U16B Final

Trial 1 U16G Final

Trial 1 U18B Final

Trial 1 U18G Final

Tigers Milk Winter Classic will be held from June 9th – 11th 2017

Event:            Tigers Milk Winter Classic

Where:           Surfers Corner, Muizenberg

When:            June 9th  – 11th 2017

Muizenberg Corner to host the third Tigers Milk Winter Classic from June 9th – 11th

Muizenberg Surfer’s Corner based Tiger’s Milk Restaurant will host the third edition of the popular multi discipline internationally flavoured Tiger’s Milk Winter Classic in early June. Over 150 Long boarders, Shortboarders and SUP exponents are expected to compete in the unique event which is sanctioned and presented by Surfing South Africa in association with the World Surf League.


For the second year in a row a World Surf League Longboard Speciality Event for Men and Women will take pride of place at the Tiger’s Milk Winter Classic and there is R18000 on offer to the WSL competitors alone. In addition to the R18000 that goes to the finalists in the Men’s and Women’s WSL Speciality event a prize purse of R9 000 will be shared by the longboarders who reach the finals in the Over 40 and Over 23 divisions.

An additional R18 000 will be on offer to competitors in the shortboard and SUP divisions making the Tiger’s Milk Winter Classic one of the premier events on the annual Surfing South Africa calendar.

While the Tiger’s Milk Winter Classic will showcase the skills of many of South Africa’s top Long boarders, Surfer’s and Stand Up Paddlers, it will also support a Surfing South Africa Outreach initiative, sponsored by Tiger’s Milk.

This initiative will take place at Surfer’s Corner from 10am to 1pm on Sunday, June 11th, and will involve about 60 young surfers from of community based outreach programmes uses surfing to change the lives of marginalised youth. The programme will be coordinated by Surfing South Africa Development Officer, Danielle Johnson, and members of the Muizenberg based S.W.O.T Surf Club. Although the Outreach programme is geared towards giving surfers from disadvantaged communities the opportunity to participate in a team focussed surfing contest, the main objective of the initiative is enjoyment. In addition all of the young surfers from the eight outreach groups that will receive, refreshments and meals which will be provided by Tiger’s Milk and their suppliers. Surfers will compete in a Tag Team event which is a form of Surfing Relay that will see teams made up of boys and girls competing against each other. In this way organisers involve all participants in a fun surfing contest on the day. The that reaches the Finals will all receive commemorative medals.

The Tiger’s Milk Winter Classic itself will once again be run from inside the Tiger’s Milk Restaurant which overlooks the contest arena and from this vantage point officials and restaurant patrons will have the best view of the action in the water.

Entries into the 2017 Tiger’s Milk Winter Classic are now open and can be completed online by visiting to the Surfing South Africa website at www.surfingsouthafrica.co.za and clicking the Tigers Milk poster. Participants may only enter one division and details of the entry fee are included on the online entry form.



POSTPONED!!! 2017 WP Open & Master Trial Dates (1st Trials 13 & 14th May)


The 2017 WP Opens and Masters Trials to select the Team to represent Western Province at the 2017 SA Open and Masters Championships taking place at Nahoon Reef in East London from 7-13th August , will take place on the following weekends:

13 & 14Th May 2017

3 & 4 June 2017


Please click here to enter

There is an entry fee of R650 for all Trials (same cost whether you do 1or 2 Trials) this fee does not include membership. NB. Contestants have to be members of Cape Town Surfriders. Please fill in a membership form and complete payment of R150 for membership before entering
Bank details :
First National Bank, Fish Hoek Branch – Branch code: 202309 – Account number: 50210861429
(Please use your name as the reference when depositing money into the account.)
Please email the proof of payment to wpsurfing@gmail.com



SA Champs (Presidents Cup)

MENS DIVISION: SIX  (one must be Over 30)

WOMENS DIVISION: FOUR (one must be Over 30)


SA Masters Champs (Masters Cup)





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