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Panama ISA World Masters Surfing Championship
Santa Catalina, Panama
26 August 2010
The official website of the Panama ISA World Masters Surfing Championship is live. Follow the live action, daily videos, photos and contest news in both English and Spanish at www.panamaisaworldmasters.com.
The live webcast will start Saturday 28 August with the Parade of Nations, Sands of the World and Opening Ceremony from the town of Sona.
The competition will start 29 August with the best Masters from 21 countries entering the water to compete for gold in their individual divisions and overall team standing.
One of the biggest swell of the year is currently hitting Santa Catalina, welcoming national teams with solid 15 to 20 foot waves.
Everything is ready for the event to begin. Enjoy the best surfing from the elite Masters of the world at www.panamaisaworldmasters.com.
The Panama ISA World Masters Surfing Championship is made possible due to: Panamanian Tourism Department, Corona, Surfline, Súper Deportes, surfosmagazine.com and surfeapanama.com.
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About the International Surfing Association (ISA)
The International Surfing Association (ISA) is recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as the World Governing Authority for Surfing. It was originally founded as the International Surfing Federation in 1964 and has been running world championships since 1964 and the Junior World Championships since 1980.
ISA membership includes the surfing National Governing Bodies (NGBs) of over 60 countries on six continents. Its headquarters are located in San Diego, California. It is presided by Fernando Aguerre, first elected in 1994 in Rio, and re-elected six times since. The ISA's four Vice Presidents are Alan Atkins (Australia), Robin de Kock (South Africa), Mike Gerard (USA) and Karín Sierralta (Peru).