THE STOKE FOR LIFE FOUNDATION IS COMMITTED TO SPREADING THE ALOHA SPIRIT THROUGH ADAPTIVE WATERSPORTS
The main goal for the Stoke for Life Foundation is to bring awareness to the rehabilitative benefits of adaptive water sports through clinics and education. Our goals are to introduce these benefits in an effort to advance adaptive water sports and to raise awareness for access to our beach communities for those with disabilities. Stoke for life will host paddle clinics for adaptive paddle boarding and adaptive surfing; these will be free open clinics to further education of adaptive water sports, beach access for the disabled, and the advancements in adaptive water sports equipment. Among other information will be hands-on teaching for volunteers to learn how to handle people with all levels of disabilities and ailments safely in and out of the water.
– 4th Annual U.S. OPEN ADAPTIVE SURFING CHAMPIONSHIPS –
Stoke for Life Foundation and the U.S. Open ASC Competition Committee are Honored to Announce:
The U.S. Open Adaptive Surfing Championships are ON for the dates of September 9th-12th, 2021 at Oceanside Pier. Get ready for another $20,000 dollar prize purse and the opportunity to be crowned the U.S. Open Adaptive Surfing Champion.
– 2021 SURF CAMP SCHEDULE –
Stoke for Life Foundation will be hosting a free adaptive surf camp for people with all levels of disability all ages. Stoke for Life with the help of many volunteers will provide adaptive equipment, coaching, and assistance to all participants. All camps will be held at Oceanside Harbor – North Jetty.
July 24th – Saturday
August 21st – Saturday
October 18th – Saturday
Yes, I want to make a difference in the world of adaptive watersports.
US OPEN ADAPTIVE SURFING CHAMPIONSHIPS
STOKE FOR LIFE SURF CAMPS
DISABLED PEOPLE ASSISTED
– Stoke For Life Past Events –
US Open of Adaptive Surfing Championships
September 10-13, 2020
On September 26th through 29th 2019 the Third Annual U.S. Open Adaptive Surfing Championships powered by The University of St. Augustine for Health and Science hosted by Stoke for Life and High Fives Foundations was held at Oceanside Pier in beautiful Oceanside Ca. Athletes with disabilities ranging from paraplegia, quadriplegia, amputation, blindness, and more all competed for the U.S. Open Adaptive Surfing crown.
The competition was helped by a south west swell providing solid 3-5-foot surf with the conditions becoming very challenging the adaptive athletes stood up to the challenge and then some with some epic exchanges happening from heat to heat. This event has shown that Elite, World Class, Professional, Competitive Adaptive Surfing is here to stay.
Stoke for Life Foundation is grateful to all the sponsors that helped to make this historic event happen, The University of St. Augustine for Health and Science, High Fives Foundation, Volcom, Datron World Communications, North Shore Prosthetics and Orthotics, Sticky Bumps, Kaptains BBQ Shack, Total Harvest Solutions, Kings Paddle Sports, Jack’s Surf Shop, Surf Dog Ricochet, Surf Gimp Foundation, J.Nilson Designs, Baja Jerky, Socco, Beaten Berry Food Trucks, Route 99 Hawaii, Faith Hope Maui, Access Rec, Stay Covered, Wheelie Medical Supply, Amp Surf, MRM Nutrition Design Grotto, Sun Bum Sun Screen, Life Rolls On Foundation, Beach Trax SD, All American Garage Door, and Wrench and Rodent Seabasstro Pub.