First Ever Big Wave Surfing Contest For Women

By |October 3rd, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The World Surf League took a gigantic step towards gender equality in announcing that it will include a single women’s professional big wave contest this surf season. Big wave surfing in recent years has seen a huge surge in women surfers charging waves over 20 feet Hawaiian. Following in the footsteps of unheralded hero’s like Phylis Dameron who charged gigantic Waimea Bay in the 70’s and 80’s on a 39 inch piece of foam also know as a bodyboard, today’s young ladies charge hard on modern surfboards and are growing in number each season.