Tofino, British Columbia (September 21, 2012) - On Saturday October 20th, four time World Surfing Champion, Roxy athlete, and the most influential female surfer of all-time, Lisa Andersen, will bring the Roxy Champ Camp series to Canada for the first time to coach some of the best amateur junior girls in the Pacific Northwest. This intimate and one of a kind experience is reserved for 8 lucky girls, 4 invitees and 4 that will be personally chosen by Lisa from a selection of online video entries.
This is ultimately a 2-day experience hosted by Roxy in the remote surf town of Tofino, BC, Canada. On Day 1, invitees and winners will spend the day surfing, with one-on-one coaching from Lisa and a second guest Roxy pro surfer. Technical video analysis, competition strategy, surf conditioning and insight from one of the most successful female competitors in history makes this an unmatchable experience for girls passionate about surfing. Day 2 will consist of a beach-barbeque open to the public along with the chance to freesurf with Lisa Andersen.
How to Enter:
If you are a female surfer in Oregon, Washington or Canada (excluding Quebec), between the ages of 14-24, we invite you to upload a recent 30-second, or 3-wave, video to YouTube and email the link to RoxyCanada@Quiksilver.com.
Complete Rules and Regulations are available at the end of this Press Release or by emailing RoxyCanada@Quiksilver.com.
Submit Your Video Between These Dates!
Friday September 21 – Friday October 05
Monday October 08, 2012
Saturday October 20, 2012
The Champ Camp is an unmatchable experience for young girls, with surfing legend Lisa Andersen as their mentor, who seek to progress the sport of surfing through training and analysis.
About Lisa Andersen:
Lisa Andersen is a legend. Her feminine style and athleticism laid the foundation for modern women’s surfing in the 1990’s, and she’s still the worldwide ambassador. Lisa has been in the limelight since 1986, when she racked up over 30 National Scholastic Surfing Association trophies in under a year. Soon after, Lisa learned how to adapt her explosive and progressive free surfing to the hyper competitive ASP World Tour, leading to the amazing four World Championship titles from 1994-1997. In 1995, Lisa became the first woman to grace the cover of Surfer Magazine. The magazine also named her one of the “25 Most Influential Surfers of all Time.” Sports Illustrated for Women named her one of the “Top Female Athletes of the 20th Century.” Her achievements are endless.
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