Australian Surfriders Association (ASA)

National government-supported administrative body for competitive surfing in Australia from 1963 to 1993; originally formed by Sydney surfers to protect local beach access rights. Australian surfers in the early '60s had been branded (not without some justification) as loudmouth hedonist rowdies, and municipal courts in Sydney had restricted beach access for surfers and imposed mandatory surfboard...

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