2008 OMBAC Longboard Surf Tournament
September 20, 2008 at
The Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach
The next OMBAC longbaord surf contest will be held September 20, 2008 at Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach – San Diego, California. Participants may sign-up at South Coast Surf at the foot of Felspar St. in Pacific Beach.
The contest is an opportunity for surfers and their vintage surfboards to gather for a nostalgic competition that has become more of an event than a contest. Surfboards used in this event are all 1970 or earlier making this a real “Endless Summer” styled event.
Spectators are encouraged to view this event from the pier that provides them with a “birds eye” view.
OMBAC donates proceeds from this event to local organizations that monitor beach pollution and laws effecting the beach.
SoCal Beaches Magazine and OMBAC would like to thank past sponsors who have helped make this event possible: Crystal Pier, South Coast Windansea Surf Shop, Figgy Fins, Envy Skateboards, Sand Dollar, Rider’s House, Surf Club, World Famous, Julie Designs, Taco Surf, Bully’s East, Bob’s Mission Surf, Clairemont Surf Shop, Joe Roper’s Surfboard Repair, Star Surfing Co., Solid Surf, Kono’s, Plastic Clothing, Pacific Beach Surfboards, La Sandale, Harry’s Surf Shop, TK Enterprises, and Crown Point Catering.
Enter this Surf Contest and Help Support Local Beaches!
It is not too late to enter…Click the link below and download
a surf participant form and get ready to have some fun!
2008 Surf Participant Form
– Pre 1970 Long Boards ONLY for this competition –
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