Surfing New Zealand selects a New Zealand Junior Surfing Team annually. The team competes at the International Surfing Association (ISA) World Junior Championships held around the world annually.
The World Junior Surfing Championships is an IOC recognised event which attracts approximately 250 surfers from over 30 countries.
Surfers compete for both individual and team medals in both divisions.
The event includes a tag team event for the top eight nations from the previous event held.
3x Under 18 Boys
3x Under 16 Boys
3x Under 18 Girls
3x Under 16 Girls
Teams are selected using the Surfing New Zealand Selection Criteria.
The location of the 2023 ISA World Junior Surfing Championship is yet to be confirmed.
The event will take place from : yet to be confirmed
2023 New Zealand Junior Surfing Team
Past New Zealand Results
New Zealand has been represented at ISA World Junior Championships since 2003 when the junior divisions were separated from the World Surfing Games.
Prior to this time the New Zealand Junior Surfing Team attended the World Grommet Titles since its inception in 1989. The most recent results of the New Zealand Junior Surfing Team are as follows:
2022 13th El Salvador
2018 – 12th
2017 – 10th
2016 – 10th
2015 – 15th
2014 – 10th
2013 – 9th
2012 – 10th
2011 – 10th
2010 – 7th
2009 – 7th
2008 – 6th
2007 – 4th
2006 – 7th
2005 – 7th
2004 – 5th (team points taken from tag team event)
2003 – 3rd (team points taken from tag team event)
Further information on this event can be viewed by visiting the ISA website.