Three Competitions, Three Different Countries, One Inspiring Sport – All in One Day!

The sport of Flowboarding made a serious splash around the globe this past weekend.

Since FlowRider, Inc. is approaching a 225 wave count worldwide before the end of this year, the amount of flowboarding that is going on at any given moment on any given continent is steadily increasing. There are indoor waves, outdoor waves, of course waves at sea amongst Royal Caribbean International’s fleet. Flowboarders are able to Go With The Flow™ no matter what time of year too!

After an exciting European Championship event at Surf Lounge Ibiza (June) and the US FLOW Tour (April-August) wrapping up in Florida at Gaylord Palms Resort Orlando for the US National Championship, the flow movement continues. The Asia FLOW Tour is halfway through their regional series of events and the Canadian Championships just happened at Hotel Valcartier Bora Parc in Quebec. On top of all that, Flow House LBI in New Jersey was also hosting a Pro/Am competition as the summer season winds down. With the conclusion of all these events, the World Flowboarding Championships is set to go down November 9th-11th in the Dominican Republic at Surf House Punta Cana.

If you have been staying social via @flowboarders you may have already seen a lot of action on and off the waves, and maybe even some behind the scenes footage.

Adam was on a “Quest to Quebec” while Rob and Faddy spearheaded the FLOW Asia Korean Qualifier (#4) at Flow House Seoul. While Chris Granone held down the Pro/Am event in LBI, NJ.

Click the links below for event recaps, photo galleries, videos and results!

Quest to Quebec

FLOW Asia Korean Qualifier (#4)

Flow House LBI Pro/Am

FlowRider FLOW Tour World Flowboarding Championships 2018