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The Skull Candy States at Bowls

ALOHA...well, we "found" a pretty nice spring time Haleiwa swell to finish up the 2011-2012 HSA season and now it's time to toughen up on some lefts (any lefts) and get ready for HSA's 2012 Skull Candy State Championships at Ala Moana. If you've qualified for the "States" get your entry form in FAST and take advantage of plenty of surf coming for both north, west and south shores in the days ahead before the 4-day Championships kick in APRIL 26-29. That's this Thursday-Sunday.

Formed in the early 60's as the "Hawaii Surfing Association" the
original 'grouping' of amateur and professional surfers from
throughout our island state was organized under this HSA banner for
competition and recognition by the other worldwide associations. The
structure of the HSA was to promote the sport and competitions at
different locales. The creation of community and regional surfing
teams in that era helped to elevate the HSA's recognized stature on
an international level that found only Australia as a true rival in
organized surfing. Today surfing as a sport, in the eyes of the HSA,
represents a commitment on the part of its directors and officials to
help members focus on their athletic skills, physical training and
short and long term surfing goals toward a professional career. Of
equal importance is the commitment on behalf of the HSA's leadership
to help its members maintain good guidance, educational direction and
responsibility to their families and others within their community.


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