The 1st Annual VIP 2015 ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championship Beach Party was held Sept. 26. The event was hosted by Jeff Jacobs, co-owner of Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa, and Annie Lawless, co-founder of SUJA Juice, to raise awareness for Challenged Athletes Foundation at the home of Jeff Jacobs.
Attendees had the opportunity to meet and greet with some of the top pro and adaptive surfers while enjoying drinks, dinner and the chance to bid on special surf items and packages.
The 2015 ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championship was presented by Challenged Athletes Foundation, Hurley, Stance and the City of San Diego Sept. 24-27. The event included 80 of the top adaptive surfers who came from 17 countries to be a part of this historical event to “provide universal access to surfing all the way to it becoming an Olympic/Paralympic sport.”
For more information, visit www.isasurf.org.
Photos by Jon Clark.