2014 Rip Curl Pro Tofino / Canadian Surfing Championship Nationals Results
Pete Devries $5,000 – National Champ
Sepp Bruhwiler $1,500
Raph Bruhwiler $800
Shannon Brown $600
Jenna Balester $1,500
Cath Bruhwiler $600 – National Champ
Hanna Scott $250
Sara Taylor $150
Dan Rodriquez – National Champ
Sherrie Houghton $300
Hanna Scott $150 – National Champ
Leah Oke $100
Emily Ballard $50
Robbie Ferguson $500
Reid Jackson $250 – National Champ
Heath Thompson $150
Ollie Atkey $100
Raph Bruhwiler – National Champ
Live to Surf
Monster Expression Session:
Noah Cohen – $1,000
Under 16 Boys:
Max Self – National Champ
Kalum Temple Bruhwiler
Under 16 Girls:
Mathea Dempfle-Olin – National Champ
Under 12 Boys:
Reed Platenius – National Champ
Under 12 Girls:
Sanoa Dempfle-Olin – National Champ
Rip Curl Pro Tofino 2014 Recap Two days of action at the Rip Curl Pro Tofino/Canadian Surfing Championship at Cox Bay, Tofino BC.
June 03, 2014 Press release:
June 3, 2014, Vancouver, B.C.—Canada’s best surfers competed for national titles and more than $25,000 in cash and prizes this past weekend in Tofino, B.C., filling 150 competitor spots. The competition was fierce with action-packed surf on 4-5 ft. waves below sunny skies with light winds.
"From the first round, each heat was as challenging as a final," said Dom Domic, President of the Canadian Surfing Association and Competition Director of the Rip Curl Pro Tofino. Domic continued, "There are no easy heats for professional surfing in Canada, and this year the competition has raised the bar."
Six time champion, Peter Devries came out of the competition with another victory. Devries surfed through four extremely competitive heats, narrowly edging out Sepp Bruhwiler for the second year in a row, to finish with the well-deserved win.
Tofino, dubbed Canada’s ‘Surf City,’ had it’s best turnout for the event in eight years, showcasing competitors ranging in ages from 6 to 56. With more than 1000 spectators travelling near and far to experience the excitement, this year’s Rip Curl Pro Tofino highlighted the progression of the Canadian surf scene and it’s evolution over time.
"We could not have asked for better conditions for this event," said Myrosha Daley, Rip Curl Marketing Manager and Event Organizer. Daley added, "Every year this event is growing, Rip Curl Canada is excited about the event’s success this year and cannot wait to show what next year has in store."
The Rip Curl Pro Tofino is presented by Monster Energy in association with Coors Banquet, Spy Optic, Sanuk, Jose Cuervo, and sponsored by The Zone 91.3, Flor de Cana, Coast mountain Culture magazine, Afatanas Surfboards, Tourism Tofino and Iceberg.
Rip Curl Pro Tofino 2014 Surf Campionships Final Hours Highlights Cox Bay Tofino BC Canada - Video:Wet Coast News
The 2014 Rip Curl Tofino Surfing Competition. Highlights from the last few hours of the Men's Finals, the Expression Session & the Finalists Lineups held at Cox Bay, June 1, 2014.
On May 31st & June 1st Canada's greatest surfers will come to battle at Cox Bay in Tofino, British Columbia for more than $25,000 in cash and prizing.
Music by: Sinith Music Productions
Track: in a Hurry
» Canada’s largest surfing competition kicks off this weekend with over 100 registered surfers to compete. Surfers in nine separate divisions will vie for over $30,000 in cash and prizes. The event is the only one in Canada open to all divisions, including; Pro Men, Pro Women, Masters and Longboard. Sanctioned official Canadian Surfing Championship