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Thank you for your interest in the Freedom Surf Contest!  In order to provide you with the best event yet, we have postponed the Freedom Surf Contest until next year.  Please email surf@surfingthenations.com if you have any questions. Looking forward to seeing you in 2015!

 

 

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MEDIA FROM 2013′S CONTEST

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The Freedom Surf Contest is held on Kuhio Beach, Waikiki promoting “Surfers for a Drug-Free Hawaii” and featuring The Surf Garage Hawaiian Nose-Riding Championship & The ITSA Pro/Am Tandem Hawaiian Classic.

 

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KUHIO BEACH, WAIKIKI

Surfing The Nations’ goal in this contest is to promote surfing as an alternative lifestyle to one of drug abuse. Our desire is to promote a positive image of the sport of surfing as a part of a healthy lifestyle and as a means of giving back to society.

An estimated 140,000 people are present during the event over the weekend. During the contest there will be live music, entertainment and plenty of fun and games for the whole family!

Surfers come together to promote the sport and push for a drug free Hawaii by living the motto of “Surfers Giving Back”. We hope to see you on the beach for an exciting day of surfing and community in Waikiki.

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2013 SPONSORS

Many mahalos to our sponsors this year, including our title sponsors Cobian and Surf Garage.

Thanks go to:

T&C Surf Designs, Kamanu Composites, Surfers Coffee Bar, Dukes Waikiki, Sticky Bumps, Chronic Surfboards, Ron Maize Surfboards, Rainbow Drive-Inn, JC Hawaii Surfboards, Hurley, Maui Mikes, HE>i, SR5R, Freedom Riding, Surf Co Hawaii, Mike Tuten Surfboards, Coalition For A Drug-Free Hawaii, Surfer Magazine, California Pizza Kitchen, Moku, Chilis.

 

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2013 FREEDOM SURF CONTEST RESULTS

Youth SB

1 – Koa matsumoto
2 – Brittany Penaroza
3 – Reef Tsutsui
4 – Reef Shaw
5 – Kaniela Stewart
6 – Makena Yen
Boys SB
1 – Hunter Johnson
2 – Justin Silva
3 – Kainaru Kato
4 – Kamerson Dowis
5 – Cole Cannon
6 – Nathan Chester
Girls SB
1 – Kirra Seale
2 – Kealohi Sabaite
3 – Namika Courtois
4 – Kaleha Suhayoa
5 – Shianne Murphey
6 – Piper Axtel
Mens SB
1 – Scott Mcnally
2 – Kaisho Kato
3 – Edrick Baldwin
4 – Kalai Maxilom
5 – Laakea Davis
6 – Eddie Traniello
Womens SB
1 – Maiil Enos-Branigan
2 – Candide Krieger
3 – Carly Wilson
4 – Madonna Ray
5 – Charis Ifland
6 – Kat McGill
Sr. Mens SB
1 – Gavin Sutherland
2 – Jairus cannon
3 – Raymond Shito
4 – Ben Ray
5 – Jon Kepoo
6 – Shannon Silva
Girls LB
1 – Kaihani Gruspe
2 – Ocean Tsutsui
3 – Mason Schremmer
4 – Kirra Seale
5 – Maile Edwards
6 – December Smith
Boys LB
1 – Christopher B.
2 – Micah Liana
3 – Kameron Dowis
4 – Hunter Johnson
5 – Kaniela Stewart
6 – Tristan Schrager
Mens LB
1 – Laakea Davis
2 – Fritz Belmoro
3 – Adam Lefebvre
4 – Sean Fonte
5 – Nick Alexander
6 – Cody Harada
Womens LB
1 – Maile Enos-Branigan
2 – Krystal Harmon
3 – Taylor Nelson
4 – Kahealani Enoka
5 – Kat McGill
6 – Julie Nelson
7 – Alyssa Christian
Sr Men LB
1 – Michael Sisiam
2 – Arthur Anchinges
3 – Bob Justice
4 – Todd Roberston
5 – Pauly Chambers
6 – Jon Kepoo
Sr. Women LB
1 – Doreen Terame
2 – Heather Graham
3 – Stephanie Gailey
4 – Dawn Chang
5 – Cassy Boyce
6 – Pua kane
7 – Linda Bisel
Legends LB
1 – Jay Umoto
2 – Nolan Buencomsejo
3 – Kevin Ho
4 – Okia Horswill
5 – Gino Bell
6 – Jun Aota
Team LB
1 – JK Surf Hawaii 29.17 seconds nose time
2 – Star Beach Boys 13.86 seconds nose time
Boys SUP
1 – Haa Foster – Bloomfield
2 – Micah Liana
3 – Isreal Texeira
4 – Joshua Chester
Girls SUP
1 – Mason Schremmer
2 – Lola Schremmer
3 – Scarlett Schremmer
Women SUP
1 - Candide Krieger
2 – Dominique Williams
3 – Charis Ifland
Men SUP
1 – Leleo Kimimaka
2 – Micah Pieduache
3 – Pascal Hardy
4 – Pauly Chambers
5 – Jon Kepoo
6 – JR Kaeo
Tandem Am
1 – Jordan + Kaya
2 – Maui Zack + Amanda
Tandem Pro
1 – Chuck  + Lauren
2 – Pauly  + Angelee
3 – Leleo + Megan
4 – Rodrick + Karin