the Reef Challenge, which will take place during the three day period from June 28 to July 1st in West Sumbawa, Indonesia.
The six star Coca-Cola ISC sanctioned professional surfing competition will be drawing Indonesiaâ€™s top ranked surfers to compete in the beautiful and unspoiled West Sumbawa area, with a total prize purse of Rp 60 million rupiah up for grabs in the Menâ€™s Open, Womenâ€™s and Masterâ€™s Divisions, along with valuable Coca-Cola ISC Championship points.
The swell forecast is looking perfect for the event, with a building swell that should peak on Saturday afternoon for a great finish at Scar Reef.Â The backup location of YoYoâ€™s is being prepared for the early rounds and early mornings of the competition, as it is one of the most reliable and consistent surf breaks in the area, perfect for the morning sessions while Scar Reef typically gives up her best in the afternoons.
It promises to be another epic event on the Coca-Cola ISC Tour with the nations best pro surfers battling it out over the razor sharp and aptly named Scar Reef, taking off deep and pulling in with the hope of nabbing the biggest and longest barrelsâ€¦.and coming home with the traditional Scar Reef trophy sword held high!
Previous Scar Reef winners Rahtu Suargita and Raditya Rondi will be there, along with this years number one ranked Lee Wilson and number two ranked Mustofa Jeksen, as well as Garut Widiarta, Dede Suryana, Pepen Hendrik and Mega Semadhi to name but a few.
You can follow the Oâ€™Neill Freak of the Reef Challenge on http://isctour.com/events/scarreef and on Facebook at Indonesian Surfing Championship (ISC).
The Oâ€™Neill Freak of the Reef Challenge is sponsored by the Government of West Sumbawa, PT Newmont, and Oâ€™Neill Indonesia, with media coverage by Coca-Cola ISC partners Surfersvillage.com, Lines Magazine, Alam TV Bali, SurfTime Magazine, BaliBelly.tv, Baliwaves.com, RVM, the Outdoor Channel, MyLifeOnBoard.com, and assisted in the Coca-Cola ISCâ€™s â€śKeepinâ€™ It Greenâ€ť program by the ROLE Foundation, GUS, and Climate Wave.