Tune in to a live webcast of the final two days of competition of the 2014 NSSA National Championships presented by FIAT. All the live action from the South Side of the Huntington Beach Pier will air live at surfingmagazine.com/nssa on July 2nd and 3rd thanks to sponsorship from FIAT and Flips Audio.
This year marks the 37th anniversary of the NSSA National Championships, considered the most prestigious amateur surfing event in the United States. Each year, more than 80 NSSA events are held regionally across the country and culminate in Huntington Beach. Many of the world’s most prominent surfers got their start climbing through the ranks of the NSSA including former NSSA National Open Champions: Kelly Slater, Rob Machado, Kalani Robb, Andy Irons, Bruce Irons, CJ Hobgood, Carissa Moore, Lakey Peterson, Nat Young, Kolohe Andino and 2013 Men’s Open Champion, Taylor Clark from Encinitas.
“The FIAT brand’s live webcast of the 2014 NSSA National Championships is a great way to support the event and give fans unable to be on the beach the chance to catch all the action on the water,” said Jason Stoicevich, Head of FIAT Brand North America. “It also exposes our brand and vehicles to a customer base that generates trends not only in the US but also around the world.”
NSSA National Championships competition got underway on June 26th. The two-day exclusive webcast on July 2nd and 3rd will be the only opportunity to see live coverage of the final two days of the event without watching from the beach. The webcast will include coverage of the Open Mens and Womens divisions from Round Two through the Finals, as well as, Open Juniors beginning with Round Three, Open Boys and Mini Groms beginning with the Quarters, and the Girls, Open Longboard and National Airshow Finals.
In addition to live action, scoring and results, hosts Peter Mel, Saxon Boucher and a roster of special guest hosts including NSSA Founder Peter “PT” Townend will provide behind-the-scenes commentary and insights. Catch all of the live action at surfingmagazine.com/nssa/live.
The webcast will also be broadcast both live and delayed on Time Warner Cable on Channel 250 and 1250 HD in Hawaii (live), Channel 101 in Los Angeles (delay), Channel 111 in Desert Cities (delay), Channel 411 in San Diego (delay) and TWC SportsNet (delay), check local listings for more information.