Jay Christenson Extends his lead in WSA

Young buck, Jay Christenson, took to the podium AGAIN at O-side over the weekend, further extending his lead in the WSA 16 and under division...

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Jay Christenson and the Misfit Take to the Podium in WSA Season Opener

Congratulations to Rusty Surfboards team rider, Jay Christenson, for claiming first place in the WSA season opener, held at Trails in San Onofre. Jay edged out over 60 competitors in the 16 and Under division in fun 2-3 foot surf, provided by Hurricane Eugene, on his way to the podium that day. Jay surfed the entire event on his all new Rusty "Misfit" model and it proved to be the contest board he has been looking for...

Ryland Rubens claims 1st at WSA West Coast Championships

Super Grom Ryland Rubens stands tall...

Ryland took home the 12 and under  1st place trophy at the WSA - West Coast Championships at Churches this last weekend.  He finished the WSA season in 1st with most points overall, in 5 events he took  3-1st place finishes, a 3rd, and 4th.  He now automatically qualifies for the limited slots for the Surfing America USA Championships at Lowers in June... Big congratulations to Ryland from the crew at Rusty Surfboards.

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2011 WSA 16U Girls Season Champion – Lulu!


Came down to the finals with the top 3 girls fighting for the entire season. Winner of the final wins the Championship and the season. Lulu brought it after surfing a total of 7 heats yesterday competing in 3 divisions.

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Jake Halstead Wins the First WSA Prime of the Season at DMJs

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"Yeah...it's good to get a win in the first WSA Prime event of the '09-'10 season. Glad to get the points right off the bat! Mid morning I had a bad heat and I was pretty bummed when I lost in the QTR finals in the 18 & under division. That kinda fed the fire in the 16 & under division, and I was determined to get some good scores. The surf was really fun all day, with nice head high lefts peeling off the jetty pretty consistently all morning. By the time the final rolled around, it was choppy and closed out with a few lefts now and then. I knew that it would take finding the good waves to get the scores and...thank God...I guess I found them!"

—Jake

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Chelsea Byland Claims WSA Womens 18U Season Title

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This ten contest series runs from Morro Bay to San Diego and Byland took 1st place in the Womens 18U for the 2008/2009 Season! However, this is not her first time on the winners podium as she took home 1st place in the WSA Open Women's Division last year...

Congratulations Chelsea!

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