British Surfing Association (BSA)

National governing body for competitive surfing in Great Britain, founded in 1966, originally to fight municipal anti-surfing rules and regulations imposed at several English beaches. The British Surfing Association (BSA) ran instructional clinics, coaching and judging programs, and annually staged approximately 10 surf competitions, including the British Nationals, the British University Champion...

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