COTTESLOE, WA/AUS (Sunday, July 15, 2012) – Taylor Jensen (CA/USA) and Georgia Young (WA/AUS) both claimed victory at the ASP 3-Star “Be Kind, Be Calm, Keep Smiling” Whalebone Classic for the second year in a row. The Whalebone Classic, the third and final stop on this year’s ASP Australasian Longboard Qualifying Series (LQS), wrapped up [...]
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COTTESLOE, WA/AUS (Saturday, July 14, 2012) – Competition commenced at Isos Reef, Cottesloe, WA in pleasant, but small waves this morning. The 190 competitors from as far a field as Taiwan, Spain, Hawaii and New Zealand were greeted by the small but contestable waves and are looking forward to a promised increase in swell tomorrow. [...]
COTTESLOE, WA/AUS (Friday, July 13, 2012) – The final event of the 2012 ASP Australasian Longboard Qualifying Series, the “Be Kind, Be Calm, Keep Smiling, Whalebone Classic” will start tomorrow at Iso’s Reef, Cottesloe beach, WA. Over 190 competitors from WA, Australia and around the globe will Walk the Plank and Hang Ten as they [...]
COOLANGATTA, QLD/AUS (Wednesday, July 4, 2012) – An international field of longboard surfers will be vying for $20,000 prize-money and the prestigious ASP 3-Star “Be Kind, Be Calm, Keep Smiling Whalebone Classic” title at Iso’s Reef at Cottesloe from July 14th. Reigning ASP World Longboard Champion Taylor Jensen from California will be returning to defend [...]
COTTESLOE, Perth/WA (Sunday 17 July, 2011) – With valuable points on offer in t he ASP LQS Women’s Pro, the Semifinals were always going to be a hotly fought affair. Semi 1 saw 16-year-old Michaela Ross eliminated when she was out-manoeuvred by Georgia Young (WA) and Emma Webb (Vic). Semi 2 went right down to [...]
COTTESLOE, Perth/WA (Saturday 16 July, 2011) – Today saw a gathering of some of the world’s best longboa rders for the final leg of the ASP Longboard Qualifying Series – The 14th Annual Whalebone Classic at Iso’s Reef, Cottesloe Beach. Competitors entertained the crowd as they mixed traditional and modern manoeuvres on their logs. Six [...]