International Surfing Association president Fernando Aguerre writes exclusively for SportBusiness International about the sport’s hopes of joining the programme for the Olympic Games.
Despite heavy investment into state-of-the-art wave gardens, surfing’s dreams of getting into The Greatest Show on Earth will depend on Mother Nature. Christian Radnedge reports.
The International Surfing Association (ISA) has confirmed that the Chinese city of Wanning is to replace Buzios in Brazil as host of this year’s World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship (WSUPPC).
The World Surf League (WSL) has moved into the experiential travel and leisure market through an innovative new partnership with home rental and travel company Airbnb.
The World Surf League (WSL) has formed a new team event to mark its first major competition at a facility utilising artificial wave technology.
Will Chignell has been appointed as chief marketing officer of the World Surf League (WSL).
Australian surf-wear brand Billabong has sealed a deal to be acquired by US rival Boardriders in a deal worth Aus$197.7m (€129m/$155m).
The International Surfing Association (ISA) has reached an agreement with the World Surf League (WSL) on how athlete participation will be devised for the sport’s summer Olympic Games debut in 2020.
The International Surfing Association has awarded the 2018 edition of its showpiece World Surfing Games to the Japanese city of Tahara.
The World Surf League (WSL) will visit the first facility utilising artificial wave technology for its 2018 season as part of a significant overhaul to the calendar for its World Championship Tour.