Surfing Thailand Remembers 2004 Tsunami Victims

26 December 2012 – Phuket Island, Thailand

Phuket locals along with visiting surfers from around the world paddled out on this beautiful sunny morning at Patong Beach, Thailand to honor the victims of the devastating Boxing Day Tsunami which struck the island 8 years ago today.

On December 26, 2004 Patong Beach along with many other areas along the West coast of Phuket and Thailand were struck by a massive tsunami generated by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake. The wave caused a great deal of destruction along the waterfront and, in some areas, up to a kilometer or more inland. Thousands were killed in Thailand alone. Patong Beach was one of the worst affected areas of Phuket Island, although the destruction was not as bad as nearby Khao Lak. Patong, along with other effected areas in Thailand, have largely recovered since the tsunami

Around 30 surfers joined in the event put together by the Surfing Thailand organization. The surfers paddled offshore and formed a large circle by sitting on their boards and holding hands. Participants observed a moment of silence as flowers were set adrift within the circle to honor the dead.

“When I paddled out, all the memories from that day came rushing back to me. That feeling will never leave my mind,” said Decha Sitthidej, vice-president of Surfing Thailand and one of the Patong locals who were fortunate enough to survive the tsunami. “I hope we can continue to do this surf circle every year from now on,” Decha added, “This ceremony truly touched my heart.”

After completing the surfer circle the participants enjoyed a delicious lunch on the beach, promising to return again next year.

PHOTO: Iskandar Chehtae

Environmental Efforts to Clean Up Bali: Owen Wright board up for auction to help Bali’s most iconic wave

December 10th, 2012 


Uluwatu, Bali –  Professional surfer Owen Wright has joined forces with his Major sponsor Rip Curl, in an effort to help clean-up Bali’s iconic surf spot, Uluwatu, by donating a surf board to be auctioned off to raise funds for the ECO SURF RESCUE ULUWATU Community project at his long time favourite 
Indonesian destination. 

Owen has been a regular visitor to Uluwatu for almost 10 years and has close ties with the local community. Owen and his father have been staying with the same family every year since he was 12 years old.  For Owen, Uluwatu is synonymous with Bali: “When I say Bali, I mean Ulus, because that’s where I’ve always gone and it’s the best.” says Owen. 

Seeing first hand the changes to the area, where dramatic increases in tourism and population have over run the small scale infrastructure, Owen has decided to contribute to the community effort to keep the local surf break and historic cave of Uluwatu clean and safe for surfers and visitors. All proceeds from the auction of his board will go to the group Eco Surf Rescue Uluwatu’s plans for a new waste processing system for the beach 
and cliff side area. 


The board, a custom made 6’4" by Parish Byrne, is one of the tall goofy footers favorites and was ridden by Owen during the Fiji Pro this year. Owen had this to say about the board: “It has the thumb-tail that I like on all my boards, only it’s pulled in a little more to hold in the bigger waves. I feel like this one worked really well in solid surf, but Parish (Byrne) and I are willing to donate it for Uluwatu, it’s a great cause and it’s where we surf 
in Bali" 


About Eco Surf Rescue Uluwatu

Started by a group of expat surfers in Uluwatu, ESRU was formed when Bali based NGOs teamed up with the surf industry, local businesses and residents to address the pollution problems at Uluwatu. The ESRU mission is to work with locals to provide solid and liquid waste infrastructure that keeps Uluwatu clean and beautiful. We hope the world-famous surf break will one day become a pristine and healthy World Surf Heritage Area for 
the benefit of the Uluwatu community and future generations. Right now ESRU is working to keep the newly installed solid waste and recycling system running. Next, ESRU will install a professionally designed and environmentally friendly liquid waste system to finally solve the problem of leaking sewage and kitchen waste water. To learn more about ESRU or to make a donation, check out: 

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Started by Brian Singer and Doug ‘Claw’ Warbrick in the coastal Australian town of Torquay in 1969, Rip Curl was initially a vehicle for the perfect lifestyle – a never-ending search by two mates for perfect waves, adventure and the fun that inevitably follows. 

Rip Curl remains a company built by surfers for surfers. Endeavoring to make the best products, run the best events, support the best athletes, deliver the best customer service, communicate the best brand message and socialize with the best crew of people helpsRip Curl hold a vision of being regarded as The Ultimate Surfing Company. 

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Made Darmayasa Wins Open and Jessie Hong Wins Women’s Division at Rip Curl Pro Terengganu in Malaysia

3 December 2012, Terengganu-Malaysia: In a very closely contested battle for the ASC Men’s Open Division win, Bali’s Made Darmayasa narrowly trumped fellow Balinese pro Garut Widiarta to take the 6 star Rip Curl Pro Terengganu victory and his first ever ASC tour win yesterday.

Battling it out in a rainy and windy 20 minute final were four Indonesian surfers, two from Bali and two from West Java, going blow for blow in the smallish two-foot waves.  Garut Widiarta gained the lead early, smashing out first a 6.5 and then a 7.0 score for a 13.5 two wave total, seeming to have the final won, while the West Javanese brothers Sandi Selamat and Andre Julian and Made Darmayasa prowled the shifty lineup looking for big scores, but only getting average scores.  

Then at just after the mid point of the final Darmayasa found his rhythm and posted first a 6.0 and then a 7.5 point score to equal Widiarta’s 13.5 total.  The tension in the water and the beach was electric, as both surfers prowled the lineup looking for best wave with which to score 6.1 points or better in order to break the tie.  MC Ajill kept the surfers all posted on the remaining time as the minutes ticked by, also informing the crowd and the surfers that even though there was a tie score, Darmayasa would get the win as he had the highest single wave score of the final.  In the end it seemed that fate was on Darmayasa’s side, as the ocean failed to give up any more waves and the win was his.

“I feel so happy win this contest, so stoked,” said Darmayasa with his wide trademark grin.  “I was scared with Garut, Sandi, and Andre out there, as they all such good surfers, really dangerous!  I had to wait and wait to get a couple of good waves, and luckily I had a chance to do a couple of big maneuvers that got me some big scores.  I’m so lucky that Garut didn’t catch any more waves too!”

Darmayasa goes home with RM 6,000 (approximately $1,800 USD) and 3,000 Asian Surfing Championship points.
In the Women’s Open Division, it was Taiwan’s Jessie Hong who also won her first ever ASC tour victory.  “I really had a lot of fun out there and that makes this win really special,” she said.  “At the previous two ASC comps I think I tried too hard, and sometimes got nervous, which worked against me, so through this whole comp I just relaxed and tried to have fun. In the final I didn’t even pay attention to the scores or how I was doing, I just tried to find the good waves that I knew I could surf well.”  When asked about the waves conditions, she replied, “Usually I don’t surf beach breaks that well, but somehow here at Teregganu I found it easy and fun!”

The final day of the Rip Curl Pro Terengganu began in sunshine and glassy 2 foot waves, but as the day progressed the clouds gathered and the wind brought rain for the finals of the Bodyboard, Women’s, Longboard, Masters, and Men’s Open Divisions, but that didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the competitors or the spectators that huddled under tents and cheered for their favorite surfers.

The Longboard Division was won by current and two time Indonesian and Asian longboard champion Arip “Mencos” Nurhidayat from West Java, who quickly combo’d the field with his aggressive and impulsive style in both traditional and progressive surfing to post the highest score of entire event, an 8.0 out of a possible 10, to lead from start to finish and come into the beach with the victory over Tipi Jabrik, Decha Sithidej, and Terengganu local Khairil Doje.

In the Master’s Division, ASC President Tipi Jabrik from Indonesia as the tour’s newest member of the 35 years of age and older club, nabbed his first Master’s victory and now has another trophy to find a place for on his already crowded shelf.

The Bodyboard Division was won by Ibrahim Shiman from the Maldives, which saw two Malaysians and two Maldivians battling it out for the victory.

Organizer and Contest Director Bryan Ng was delighted with the results of the event, saying, “Terengganu is quite new to surfing, so we’ve been working with the government to promote surfing in this area as it is one of the best places to surf in Malaysia.  It’s my third year doing an event here and I think we’re making great progress.  About 5 years ago when I came here there were about local 5 surfers…now there are about 50. And this weekend we had surfers from all over Asia coming here compete, so I’m really stoked.”

ASC Head Judge Arya Subyakto was also impressed.  “It was amazing how well the contestants performed all during the competition,” he said. “Even in some testing conditions especially during the low tide periods. I was particular impressed by Terengganu local Khairil Doje’s performance in the longboard division, from my view he has great potential and it was good to see that, given that  the surf community here is only a few years old.  It was also great to see the enthusiasm of the locals, coming to compete with the best surfers from around Asia, and to see such a big turnout on the beach each day from the spectators.  But I have to say it was a bit different to have so many people at the beach but so few bikini’s and boardshorts on the spectators!”

A total of 61 competitors signed up for Men’s Open Division; 39 Malaysian, 13 Indonesian, 1 each from the Maldives, Taiwan, Thailand, France, and England, and 1 from Singapore.

Of the 18 Women’s Division competitors, 12 were Malaysia, 3 from Indonesia, and 1 each from Taiwan, Thailand, and the USA.
The 15 Masters Division (35 years of age and older) competitors included 8 from Malaysia, 2 from Thailand, 2 from Japan, and 1 each from Indonesia, Holland, and Australia.

The Longboard Division had 14 competitors, 9 from Malaysia, 2 from Indonesia, 2 from Thailand, and 1 from Japan, and the Bodyboard Division had 26 competitors, 20 from Malaysia, 5 from the Maldives, and 1 from Japan. 

In conjunction with the government of Terengganu, Rip Curl Malaysia is proud to be the first surf brand in Malaysia to sponsor a 6-star rated ASC surfing competition with total prize money of 36,500 MYR (over $12,000 USD) across five surfing divisions; Men’s, Women’s, Longboard, Masters, and Bodyboard, plus a Skateboard Slalom Race and various specialty awards such as “Best Malaysian Surfer,” “Best Terengganu Local” and more.  In addition there was 22,500 MYR ($7,500 USD) worth of Rip Curl products given out to the finalists.

With big prize money and valuable ASC championship points on offer, the Rip Curl Pro Terengganu attracted the Asian region’s best professional surfers from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, and the Maldives, as well as surfers from Japan, Singapore, England and France to compete over the weekend that was blessed by good contestable waves, lots of Fanta drinks and Nestle ice cream for all the spectators and competitors, sunscreen from Sunplay, surf lessons from the Rip Curl School of Surf,surfboard shaping demonstration's by world re-known shaper Darren Handley, and surboard painting by Laura Pabst de Cesar. Check out the video clips below to see what went down over the action packed three days.

Video links:

To see all the results, photos, heat draws, videos and more check Rip Curl Pro Terengganu on the Rip Curl Asia minisite at, and on the ASC website at

The Rip Curl Pro Terengganu 2012 was sponsored and supported by the State Government of Terengganu, Rip Curl Malaysia, EC Extreme, the Ministry of Tourism Terengganu Office, and Tourism Malaysia, and co-sponsored by Fanta, Nestle Drumstick and Sunplay with Suria FM as media partner.

Rip Curl Pro Terengganu 2012 Contest Results:

ASC Men’s Open Division
1. Made Darmayasa (IDN)
2. Garut Widiarta (IDN)
3. Andre Julian (IDN)
4. Sandi Selamat (IDN)

ASC Longboard Division
1. Arip Nurhidayat (IDN)
2. Tipi Jabrik (IDN)
3. Decha Sithidej (THA)
4. Khairil Doje (MLY)

ASC Women’s Division
1. Jesse Hong (TWN)
2. Yasnyiar Gea (IDN)
3. Diah Rahayu (IDN)
4. Salini Rengganis (IDN)

ASC Master’s Division
1. Tipi Jabrik (IDN)
2. James Hendy (ENG)
3. Decha Sithidej (THA)
4. Yasuo Hirana (JPN)

Bodyboard Division
1. Ibrahim Shiman (MDV)
2. Syed El Hussain Syed Atikullah (MLY)
3. Ali Javeed (MDV)
4. Hatta Affendi (MLY)

Specialty Awards
Best Malaysian Surfer  -  Mohd Didaqt
Best Junior Surfer – Mohd Shahizal
Best Surf Trick – Garut Widiarta
Best Terengganu Surfer – Azmi Awang
Terengganu Achievement Award – JC (Kit)
Best Photo Contest – 1st Chow Chee Keunk, 2nd Mohd Radzi Abdul Kadir, 3rd Mohd Farid

Rip Curl Malaysia Announces the 6-Star ASC Sanctioned Rip Curl Pro Terengganu for 30 November -Dec 2, 2012

17 October 2012, Kuala Lumpur-Malaysia:  At a press conference in front of the Rip Curl store in the Utama Mall in Kuala Lumpur on October 15, Rip Curl Malaysia officially announced the dates for the first ever 6-star Asian Surfing Championship surfing competition in Malaysia, the Rip Curl Pro Terengganu, which will take place at Batu Burok Beach in Terengganu from 30th November- December 2nd, 2012.

In conjunction with the government of Terengganu, Rip Curl Malaysia is proud to be the first surf brand in Malaysia to sponsor a 6-star rated ASC surfing competition with total prize money of 36,500 MYR (over $12,000 USD) across five surfing divisions; Men’s, Women’s, Longboard, Masters, and Bodyboard, plus a Skateboard Slalom Race and various specialty awards such as “Best Malaysian Surfer” and “Best Surf Wipout” to name but a few.  In addition there will also be 22,500 MYR ($7,500 USD) worth of Rip Curl products given out to the finalists.

In the ASC tour system, events are rated from 1 to 6 stars according to the total prize money available in the Men’s Open Division, with 6 being the second highest rating with a total prize purse of $4,000 USD. The highest rating the Ultima, which boasts a total prize purse of  $5,500 USD, and according to Mr. En Nik Mohd Syahrom from the State Government of Terengganu, the event will be upgraded to an Ultima level next year.

“After the success of last year’s event in Terangganu, we decided this year to up the prize money to the six star level,” said Mr. Syahrom who is the Manager of Promotion and Events for the Terengganu government.  “And have every intention of upgrading it to the highest level, an Ultima event, next year,” he said, which drew loud cheers from the crowd.
With big prize money and valuable ASC championship points on offer, the Rip Curl Pro Terengganu will draw the Asian region’s best professional surfers from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Japan, Singapore and the Philippines, as well as from other countries including Australia, the USA, and France. 

2012 ASC Men’s Open Champion Raditya Rondi from Indonesia is excited about coming back to Malaysia and competing in the Rip Curl Pro Terengganu, saying “I’ve competed in events in Malaysia every year for the last four years and always enjoy the monsoon season so I can go back there to surf, compete, see my friends, and have a great time.  With this year’s event having more prize money and points, I’m super stoked on getting a chance to come back, and hopefully I can win the event this year!”

Rip Curl SEA Marketing Manager James Hendy flew up from Bali to attend the press conference and to personally thank Jon Lee from Rip Curl Malaysia, Bryan Ng as the event organizer, and Mr. Syahrom from the Terengganu State Government for initiating and supporting the event, saying, “On behalf of Rip Curl I’d like to say that I’m really stoked to see such a great event being created here in Malaysia, and I’d like to say a special thanks to Jon and his crew here at Rip Curl Malaysia, to Mr. Syahrom and the government of Terengganu for their support, and to Bryan Ng for putting in so much time to organize what is promises to be the best most exciting surfing event ever held in Malaysia. Thanks again and we’ll see all of you soon in Terengganu!”

Also coming from Bali to attend the press conference was Tim Hain from the ASC, who voiced how delighted he was at how the sport of surfing was progressing in Malaysia.  “I’m very proud of Bryan and the core crew of Malaysian surfers that have ultimately made an event like this possible with their hard work and dedication, as well thankful to the surf brands like Rip Curl that are supporting them and believing in all the positive benefits that the sport of surfing brings to a community. My first trip to Malaysia for a surf contest was in 2008, and I’ve been coming back each year since, and its like a dream come true to have a 6 star ASC event this year.  I’m really excited about the event, and so proud of the surf community here in Malaysia.”

The press conference also included a fashion show with the latest collection of sporty Rip Curl products for men and women being shown off by models from the Amber Chia Academy, and the official signing of Rip Curl Malaysia’s surf team members.

Bryan Ng was officially signed as Rip Curl’s Brand Ambassador for Malaysia, Brenda Lee was signed up as Rip Curl Malaysia’s newest surf team member, and Mohd “Semmy” Suhaimi from Cherating renewed his surfing contract for yet another year.

After a photo session on the podium, the surfers and management of Rip Curl Malaysia together with Tim Hain from the ASC took to the stage and answered questions from the various invited media, then called it a wrap for the afternoon.

For more information about the Rip Curl Pro Terengganu, please contact:

Rip Curl Malaysia
Vivian Chew – AGM
Office Tel: 03-7880 3821
Mobile: 016- 210 6118/ 019- 210 2118

Asian Surfing Championships
Tim Hain – Media and Communications
Mobile: +628123606674

About the Asian Surfing Championships

The Asian Surfing Championships began in 2011 with the mission of growing the sport of surfing in South East Asia from the grassroots level by assisting each country in organizing professional surfing events that will develop the skills of their surfers in healthy competition as well as to draw attention to their area for the progression of surfing locally, nationally, and throughout the SEA area.

Organized surfing competitions have historically been the best medium for the development of surfers and for the sport of surfing, where learning how to compete fairly and to being disciplined in training and competition are key skills needed not only for surfing but also for life.

The ASC works with the local, national and multinational event sponsors and organizers to maximize the results of these competitive surfing events towards accomplishing the goals of sharing the sport of surfing and bringing positive economic, social, and environmental benefits to the people in these South East Asian countries.  See more at

Sport/Surfing: Competitors Locked In For Upcoming Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali

Caption: Last year's runner-up Andrew Doheny (USA) lit up the rights at Canggu, Bali. Image Credit: © ASP/Robertson.
Competitors Locked In For Upcoming Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali
KERAMAS, Bali/Indonesia (Wednesday, September 26, 2012) – The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) 2012 Men's and Women's World Junior Champions will be decided next month at the Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali. The ASP's seven regions including: Australasia, Africa, Hawaii, Europe, Japan, North America and South America have used their respective Pro Junior series' to determine their regional representatives at the event who will now battle it out to be the first ASP World Champions crowned in Indonesia.
Andrew Doheny (USA) finished runner-up at this event in Bali last year and will be looking to use his exciting brand of surfing to push for another solid result next month.
"Last year's event was a good experience," Doheny said. "The waves were really fun and I had a great time, doing well in the contest made the trip that much better. I'm really exited to go back and try my best in the contest and get some good surf. I like going to Bali it's always fun times there."
Maxime Huscenot (FRA), 2009 ASP World Junior Champion, will be competing as a junior for the last time at the Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali. Husenot's smooth style and competitive experience will see him enter the event as one of the favourites to take it out. 
"I'm feeling good and have good boards at the moment," Huscenot said. "I've been working hard lately, I've trained physically since last year and I have a good rhythm going. This is my last opportunity as a junior so I'm going to Bali with hopes of clinching the World Title! I know the wave pretty well and it is very similar to my home wave in Reunion Island."
Rosanny Alvarez (VEN) will be the first surfer from Venezuela to compete at the ASP World Junior Championships after she claimed the prestigious ASP South America Pro Junior title. 
"I am very excited to have secured the ASP South American Junior Title, that is unheard of for my country," said Alvarez. "Here in Venezuela we do not have much support for travel and to compete, but the president of the Venezuelan Federation of Surf is seeking sponsorship for me to represent my country for the first time in the Oakley ASP World Junior Championships and I believe everything will be okay. Already I am counting the days traveling to Bali!"
Matt Banting (AUS), the 18-year-old from Port Macquarie, Australia has had a breakthrough year in 2012. Banting started the year with a bang, winning both the Pro Junior and the men's divisions at the prestigious Australian Open Of Surfing and now sits at a very respectable 65th on the ASP Men's World Rankings. 
"I watched the World Juniors at Narrabeen for years when I was a grom," Banting said. "I watched guys like Adriano De Souza and Jordy Smith in the finals and it's always been a goal to win one myself. Bali is a great venue! It has a wide variety of waves, great food, great people and the water is warm. My preparation has been good as I've just come off the Europe World Tour leg. It's good to get home, tweak a few things and reset for Bali."
Nao Omura (JPN) who finished equal 5th at last year's Oakley ASP World Junior Championships is looking forward to returning to Bali and competing on the world stage.
"I'm so happy and excited to be in the Oakley ASP World Junior Championships again!" Omura said. "The waves in Bali are always fun, with both barrels and rippable waves. I've been following the ASP Star events because my home doesn't have much waves, and I'm training hard at home for the competition." 
The Oakley ASP World Junior Championships Bali will run from October 6 – 17. For LIVE webcast and event videos and more check
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ASP South America Representatives

1) Caue Wood (BRA)
2) Peterson Crisanto (BRA)
3) Luan Carvalho (BRA)
4) Italo Ferreira (BRA)
5) Deivid Silva (BRA)
6) Geovane Ferreira (BRA)

1) Juliana Meneghel(BRA)
2) Rosanny Alvarez(VEN)

ASP Australasia Representatives

1) Thomas Woods (AUS)
2) Wade Carmichael (AUS)
3) Jack Freestone (AUS)
4) Matt Banting (AUS)
5) Cooper Chapman (AUS)
6) Soli Bailey (AUS) 

1) Nikki Van Dijk(AUS)
2) Ellie-Jean Coffey(AUS)

ASP North America Representatives

1) Andrew Doheny (USA)
2) Evan Thompson (USA)
3) Taylor Clark (USA)
4) Luke Davis (USA)
5) Kanoa Igarashi (USA)
6) Conner Coffin (USA)

1) Quincy Davis(USA)
2) Frankie Harrer(USA)

ASP Hawaii Representatives

1) Keanu Asing (HAW)
2) Ezekiel Lau (HAW)
3) Kalani David (HAW)
4) Kaimana Jaquias (HAW)
5) Tanner Hendrickson (HAW)
6) Makai McNamara (HAW)

1) Mahina Maeda (HAW)
2) Brianna Cope (HAW)

ASP Europe Representatives

1) Maxime Huscenot (FRA)
2) Ramzi Boukhiam (MAR)
3) Frederico Morais (PRT)
4) Vasco Ribeiro (PRT)
5) Vicente Romero (ESP)

1) Cannelle Bulard (REU)
2) Maud Le Car (FRA)

ASP Africa Representatives

1) Davey Brand (ZAF)
2) Beyrick De Vries (ZAF)
3) Michael February (ZAF)
4) Slade Prestwich (ZAF)
5) Dylan Lightfoot (ZAF)

1) Bianca Buitendag(ZAF)
2) Sarah Baum(ZAF)

ASP Japan Representatives

1) Kaito Ohashi (JPN)
2) Arashi Kato (JPN)
3) Takumi Nakamura (JPN)
4) Hiroto Arai (JPN)
5) Reo Kanao (JPN) 

1) Nao Omura(JPN)
2) Minato Takahashi(JPN)


Caio Ibelli (BRA)
Ryan Callinan (AUS)
Jack Robinson (AUS)
Carlos Munoz (CRI)
Jocelyn Poulou (PYF)
Hairil Anwar (IND)
Koa Smith (HAW)

Leila Hurst (HAW)
Joanne Defay (FRA)

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