Recent Women News
Mark Paul Gosselaar, is definitely stoked on Oakley. The long-time Hollywood star, his kids and a collection of some of Tinsel Town’s brightest young stars converged in Dana Point, Calif. to be welcomed into the O family – surf style. All for Oakley’s famous ‘Learn to Ride’ program, which merges the entertainment and sports industries in efforts to spread the stoke on different sports. Hitting Doheny Beach on July 22, Gosselaar (TNT’s Franklin and Bash), Amber Lancaster (MTV’s Hard Times of RJ Berger), Brian Geraghty (Hurtlocker, The Chameleon), Kate Voegele (One Tree Hill) and many more joined to get down, get up on their boards and learn from Oakley’s resident Women’s World No. 2 Pro standout Sage Erickson, as well as Oakley Surf Managers Ronny Nelson and Luke Walsh.
Another Sweep: Harley Clifford, Amber Wing and Shota Tezuka Triumph at 2011 Wakeboard National Championships
Break out the brooms. Because Oakley’s killer Wakeboard team just racked up another sweep…Nationals style. Our very own Aussie phenom Harley Clifford lead the way by claiming his second consecutive Wakeboard National Championship, edging out Phil Soven for the contest and overtaking him for the King of Wake Series lead. On the prettier side of the sport, O ripper Amber Wing managed to topple defending National Champ and fellow Oakley rider Nicola Butler for this year’s honor – and an even bigger advantage in the Queen of Wake standings. Oakley Japan’s Shota Tezuka – a bone fide talent in every respect – scooped up a commanding 81.67 score for the Division Championship.
Defending the Title: World No. 1 Women’s Golfer Yani Tseng Claims British Open Crown, Becomes Youngest Golfer in History to Claim Five Majors
We said it before, we’ll say it again. Move over Tiger. Oakley’s World No. 1 Ranked Women’s Golfer Yani Tseng shot her way into the record books as the youngest professional golfer in history to claim five career major titles. The 22 year old successfully and boldly defended her Women’s British Open Title, passing Caroline Masson in the final round for the triumph. Trailing Masson by two strokes as the final day set in, Yani made her charge, birdying on the third hole to bring the two to a tie at 13-under-par. But she wasn’t done. Her birdie on the sixth gave Yani her commanding lead.