PacSun USA Surf Team Arrives In Piha For ISAs

The 2010 Quiksilver ISA World Junior Surfing Championships Opening Ceremony and Parade of Nations Today

Head Coach Ian "Kanga" Cairns breaking things down for the team. Photo courtesy Surfing America/Billy Watts

Head Coach Ian "Kanga" Cairns breaking things down for the team. Photo courtesy Surfing America/Billy Watts


Piha, New Zealand – Wednesday, January 20 – The PacSun USA Surf Team has arrived safely in Piha New Zealand and is hard at work preparing for the 2010 Quiksilver ISA World Junior Surfing Championships.  The event commences this afternoon with the Parade of Nations and Opening Ceremony.  Competition begins tomorrow morning.  A rising swell produced four- to six-foot conditions with size forecasted to build through tomorrow.

“I’m feeling good,” commented Ian Cairns, Head Coach of the PacSun USA Surf Team. “The set up is nice and the Team is surfing well.  We look forward to getting to work.”

To watch the event live all week, head to isaworldjuniors.com/newzealand10/Home.php?btn_home=_over and stay tuned to transworldsurf.com for full coverage, including updates on the PacSun USA Surf Team. Go USA!

Kolohe Andino getting his kicks in at Piha, and showing off that newest sticker on the nose (Red Bull). Photo courtesy Surfing America/Billy Watts

Kolohe Andino getting his kicks in at Piha, and showing off that newest sticker on the nose (Red Bull). Photo courtesy Surfing America/Billy Watts

Team USA's base of operations in Piha, New Zealand. Photo courtesy Surfing America/Billy Watts

Team USA's base of operations in Piha, New Zealand. Photo courtesy Surfing America/Billy Watts

One of the favorites for the Girls gold medal, Lakey Peterson. Photo courtesy Surfing America/Billy Watts

One of the favorites for the Girls gold medal, Lakey Peterson. Photo courtesy Surfing America/Billy Watts