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Trinidad Hosting TDC International Surf Festival This Weekend

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TDC International Surf Festival

TDC Internation Surf Festival

Sans Souci, Trinidad12 - 13 May, 2012

Nils Schweizer, Icah Wilmot, Joshua Burke and others are to compete in the third edition of the TDC International Surf Festival.  It is set to take place this weekend, May 12th & 13th, in Sans Souci, Trinidad. The lure of a $10,000 prize purse and a weekend of quality beach entertainment have once again attracted top international professional surfers to our shores. Five Venezuelan professionals, including ISF10 Open Champion Rafael Pereira and ISF11 Open Men’s Champion Francisco Bellorin, are confirmed to be attending and will be defending various titles.

Top Jamaican surfer Icah Wilmot will be representing Jamrock, surfing in the Open Men's Division. From Barbados, there will be several top surfers participating including Chelsea Tuach, who recently ranked #11 female surfer in the 2012 ISA World Junior Championships.

Also confirmed from Barbados is junior surfing phenomenon Joshua Burke who put on quite a show of aerial performance surfing at ISF11, finding himself as the 'Poster-Boy' for this years International Surf Festival.  Josh, who was recently featured as #19 in Surfer Magazines 'Hot 100' Under 21 surfers in the world, will be competing in both Pro Junior (U21) and Open Men's Divisions.

Read more @ SurfersVillage

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