BING TEAM LIGHTS UP THE EAST COAST SURFING CHAMPIONSHIPS

September 03, 2010

– 8.29.2010 – 1st Street Jetty Virginia Beach, VA – What a day as the surf came on for the ECSC finals today.  Chris Del Moro competed in the Semi Final of the Duck Tape Vans Joel Tudor Invitational which would have been a Final anywhere else. The best surfing that Virginia Beach has ever seen hands down. Chris Crockett won both the Shortboard and Longboard in the Amateur Divisions for his age group. Drake Courie came in 2nd in the Longboard Pro behind the winner of both the Longboard Pro and Joel Tudor Invitational, Justin Quintal from Jacksonville, FL.

Text: Mike Kretvix
Photos: John Wright



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