SCHEDULES

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EVENT SCHEDULE

*2017 Event: *Due to wave conditions, all surfing events subject to change without notice. Surfing Divisions: Pro/Am Longboard, Pro/Am Shortboard, Stand Up Paddle Surf, Stand Up Paddle Race, & Tandem

26

May

2017

FRIDAY

  • Place: Coastal Edge at 21st and Arctic Ave.
  • 4PM–7PM: 5K Racers will pick up race packets
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27

May

2017

SATURDAY

  • Place: VirginiaBeach, VA
  • 7AM–5PM: Surfing Competition begins
  • 8AM-9AM: SUP Race
  • 9AM–5PM: Coastal Edge Presents the Student Art Pavilion on the beach
  • 9AM–5PM: Coastal Edge Presents the Vans Custom Culture Student Art Show
  • 10AM–6PM: Virginia Beach Surf Art Expo on the Boardwalk 3rd Street 5th Streets and Vendors
  • 10:30 AM: Gromfest. Under12 surfing division.
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28

May

2017

SUNDAY

  • Place: VirginiaBeach, VA
  • 7AM–5PM: Surfing Competition
  • 8AM: 5K Race at 7th Street
  • 9AM–5PM : Coastal Edge Presents the RVCA Student Art Pavilion on the beach
  • 9AM–5PM: Coastal Edge Presents the Vans Custom Culture Student Art Show
  • 10AM–6PM: Virginia Beach Surf Art Expo on the Boardwalk 3rd t – 5th Streets & Vendors
  • 1:30PM: Hawaiian dancing performance by Copeland Mills School of the Arts
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29

May

2017

MONDAY

  • 7AM–5PM: Surfing Competition - Finals
  • 9AM–5PM: Coastal Edge Presents the RVCA Student Art Pavilion on the beach
  • 9AM–5PM: Coastal Edge Presents the Vans Custom Culture Student Art Show
  • 10AM–5PM: Virginia Beach Surf Art Expo on the Boardwalk 3rd – 5th Streets & Vendors
  • 12PM: Virginia Longboard Federation/Altmeyer Memorial Hawaiian-style Paddleout to honor our fallen U.S. soldiers of on-going military operations
  • 5PM: 14th Annual Steel Pier Classic & Surf Art Expo concludes
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steel pier classic heat schedule

HEAT SCHEDULE

Preliminary Heats will be 15 minutes for Amateur and 20 Minutes for Pro divisions.

Final Heats will be 20 minutes for Amateur and 30 minutes for Pro Divisions.

Each heat will begin and end with two sound signals and display of a green shape. A five-minute warning will be given with one sound signal and display of a yellow shape. A red shape will signal a temporary hold.

Competitors are given 10 waves maximum for preliminary heats and 12 waves maximum on finals. Upon reaching the maximum wave total competitors will immediately exit the water. Failure to do so will result in an Interference Penalty. Competitors are responsible for keeping their own wave count.

MORE INFO TO BE POSTED SOON WHEN HEAT SCHEDULE IS COMPLETED

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