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NSSA - GOLD COAST DOUBLEHEADER EVENTS 6 & 7 SCORE AT VENTURA HARBOR!
NSSA - National Scholastic Surfing Association

The National Scholastic Surfing Association (NSSA) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to encourage and assist its members in their interest to learn and develop the fundamentals and skills of surfing competition while competing in structured and quality events. The NSSA promotes the qualities of discipline and competitive excellence while supporting the merits of academic achievement to young surfers. The NSSA strives to provide a fun surfing experience for all of its members.

The NSSA is one of the few national youth sports organizations that require its participants to maintain academic standards in order to compete. Since 1978, the NSSA program philosophy has been that athletics and scholastics go hand in hand. More than 80 NSSA events are run nationwide that culminate with the annual National Championships which is regarded as the highest profile youth surfing event in America.


GOLD COAST DOUBLEHEADER EVENTS 6 & 7 SCORE AT VENTURA HARBOR!

NSSA GOLD COAST CONFERENCE

EXPLORER EVENT #6 & #7

VENTURA HARBOR “SOUTH JETTY”

NOVEMBER 9-10, 2013

THE VENTURA SOUTH JETTY LINEUP                                                 photo: Keet

CONDITIONS: An awesome doubleheader weekend with a combination of building west and background southwest swells producing clean, steep lefts. Stunning fall conditions were on offer under warm sunny skies. Calm winds and glassy conditions prevailed throughout the entire weekend until the wind turned on for Sunday's finals. 

EITHAN OSBORNE GOES BIG MAKING FOUR FINALS!                    photo: Steinmetz                                                                                                                             

THE SCOREBOARD

RESULTS

GOLD COAST CONFERENCE EVENT #6

VENTURA HARBOR SOUTH JETTYY

EXPLORER DIVISIONS

EXPLORER MENS

1. Micky Clarke-Ventura

2. Thelen Worrell-Malibu

3. Davis Freud-Huntington Beach

4. Bronson Wheelan-Ventura

5. Chris Keet-Santa Barbara

6. Dryden Brown-Santa Barbara

EXPLORER JUNIORS

1. Takumi Yasui- Saitama, Japan

2. Eithan Osborne-Ventura

3. Micky Clarke-Ventura

4. Davis Freud-Huntington Beach

5. Braden Jones-Pismo Beach

6. Thelen Worrell-Malibu

EXPLORER BOYS

1. Eithan Osborne-Ventura

2. Sean Woods-Thousand Oaks

3. Braden Jones-Pismo Beach

4. Sebastian Mendes-Agoura Hills

5. Tommy McKeown-Oxnard

6. Zane Booth-Santa Barbara

EXPLORER MENEHUENE

1. Tommy McKeown-Oxnard

2. Zane Booth-Santa Barbara

3. Taro Watanabe-Malibu

4. Dimitri Poulos-Ventura

5. Jabe Swierkocki-Ventura

6. Fisher DeVoe-Oxnard

EXPLORER SUPER GROMS

1. Gavin Eason-Santa Barbara

2. Hamilton Jacobs-Santa Barbara

3. Trevor Berry-Ventura

4. Liam Osborne-Ventura

5. Curtis Jacobs-Santa Barbara

6. Marley Sapp-Ventura

EXPLORER WOMENS

1. Ashley Held-Santa Cruz

2. Frankie Seely-Malibu

3. Malia Faramarzi-Encinitas

4. Madeline Hecox-Ventura

EXPLORER GIRLS

1. Malia Faramarzi-Encinitas

2. Alanna Moore-Carpinteria

3. Kyra Williams-Manhattan Beach

4. Cassidy Urbany-Santa Barbara

5. Ruby Singh-Santa Barbara

6. Angel Singh-Santa Barbara

EXPLORER SENIORS

1. Tony Foster-Cayucos

2. Chris Keet-Santa Barbara

3. Mike Lamm-Oxnard

4. Bill Urbany-Santa Barbara

5. Curt Harper-Santa Monica

TOMMY MCKEOWN STILL UNDEFEATED IN THE MENEHUENES!   photo: Steinmetz  

THE SCOREBOARD

RESULTS

GOLD COAST CONFERENCE EVENT #7

VENTURA HARBOR SOUTH JETTY

EXPLORER DIVISIONS

EXPLORER MENS

1. Takumi Yasui- Saitama, Japan

2. Davis Freud-Huntington Beach

3. Micky Clarke-Ventura

4. Dryden Brown-Santa Barbara

5. Bronson Wheelan-Ventura

6. Hunter Martinez-Pasadena

EXPLORER JUNIORS

1. Kei Kobayashi-San Clemente

2. Braden Jones-Pismo Beach

3. Micky Clarke-Ventura

4. Eithan Osborne-Ventura

5. Henry Jenkinson-Malibu

6. Dryden Brown-Santa Barbara

EXPLORER BOYS

1. Eithan Osborne-Ventura

2. Tommy McKeown-Oxnard

3. Sean Woods-Thousand Oaks

4. Josiah Amico-Ventura

5. Braden Jones-Pismo Beach

6. Jabe Swierkocki-Ventura

EXPLORER MENEHUENE

1. Tommy McKeown-Oxnard

2. Zane Booth-Santa Barbara

3. Dimitri Poulos-Ventura

4. Jabe Swierkocki-Ventura

5. Gavin Eason-Santa Barbara

6. Aiden Russo-Ventura

EXPLORER SUPER GROMS

1. Hamilton Jacobs-Santa Barbara

2. Joey Samuelian-Manhattan Beach

3. Marley Sapp-Ventura

4. Gavin Eason-Santa Barbara

5. Finn Reyes-Camarillo

6. Curtis Jacobs-Santa Barbara

EXPLORER WOMENS

1. Ashley Held-Santa Cruz

2. Frankie Seely-Malibu

3. Madeline Hecox-Ventura

EXPLORER GIRLS

1. Kyra Williams-Manhattan Beach

2. Angel Singh-Santa Barbara

3. Cassidy Urbany-Santa Barbara

4. Alanna Moore-Carpinteria

5. Ruby Singh-Santa Barbara

EXPLORER SENIORS

1. Tony Foster-Cayucos

2. Chris Keet-Santa Barbara

3. Bill Urbany-Santa Barbara

4. Curt Harper-Santa Monica

The NSSA Gold Coast Conference is proud to have support from Huntington Surf and Sport, Java Point, Surfing Magazine, Sex Wax, Scosche and Channel Islands. Many thanks to Ventura Harbor and the NSSA staff for assisting us in staging a professional quality event for the Gold Coast Explorer Season series.

Be sure to keep up with all the NSSA action via the website at nssa.org and social media platforms Facebook and Instagram.

About NSSA

The National Scholastic Surfing Association (NSSA) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to encourage and assist its members in their interest to learn and develop the fundamentals and skills of surfing competition while competing in structured and quality events. The NSSA promotes the qualities of discipline and competitive excellence while supporting the merits of academic achievement to young surfers. The NSSA strives to provide a fun surfing experience for all of its members.

The NSSA is one of the few national youth sports organizations that require its participants to maintain academic standards in order to compete. Since 1978, the NSSA program philosophy has been that athletics and scholastics go hand in hand. More than 80 NSSA events are run nationwide that culminate with the annual National Championships which is regarded as the highest profile youth surfing event in America.

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