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Team USA wins Billabong ISA International Surfing Games

8/9/2009
Billabong

Another edition of one of the biggest and important surfing events in the world came to an end. It will come again in 2010. The next ISA event will be the Quiksilver ISA World Junior Surfing Championship to be held in New Zeland in January. For more information log on www.isasurf.org.

FINAL Team Results:

GOLD - United States - 14910 points

SILVER - France - 13280 points

BRONZE - Australia - 10996 points


COPPER - Hawaii - 10856 points 



INDIVIDUAL FINAL RESULTS
Open Men

Gold: Jeremy Flores (FRA)

Silver: Cory Lopez (USA)

Bronze: Gabriel VIllarán (PER)

Copper: Ben Bourgeois (USA)




Open Women

Gold: Courtney Conlogue (USA)

Silver: Rosanne Hodge (RSA)

Copper: Sage Erickson (USA)

Bronze: Pauline Ado (FRA)



Longboard
Gold: Antoine Delpero (FRA)

Silver: Harley Ingleby (AUS)

Copper: Ben Skinner (GBR)

Bronze: Tony Silvagni (USA)

Aloha Cup
Gold: Australia
Silver: Francia
Bronze: Peru
Copper: Tahiti

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS
1 - USA - 14910 points
2 - France - 13280 points
3 - Australia - 10996 points
4 - Hawaii - 10856 points
5 - South Africa - 10666 points
6 - Peru - 10180 points
7 - Costa Rica - 9650 points
8 - Venezuela - 9040 points
9 - Brazil - 9000 points
10 - Puerto Rico - 8820 points
11 - New Zealand - 8100 points
12 - Argentina - 7160 points
13 - Tahiti - 6688 points
14 - Ecuador - 6170 points
15 - Panama - 5952 points
16 - Italy - 5670 points
17 - Mexico - 5560 points
18 - Japan - 5324 points
19 - Chile - 5208 points
20 - El Salvador - 4784 points
21 - Ireland - 4568 points
22 - Austria - 4320 points
23 - Barbados - 4128 points
24 - Germany - 4024 points
25 - UK- 3810 points
26 - Guatemala - 3696 points
27 - Switzerland - 3440 points
28 - Jamaica - 2912 points
29 - Canada - 2784 points
30 - Nicaragua - 2656 points
31 - Colombia 2544 points
32 - Trinidad & Tobago - 2240 points
33 - Bahamas 2240 points
34 - Rep. Dominican - 1680 points
35 - Aruba- 384 points