Our People


Isei Tokovou


Isei is from the Yasawa Islands, and lives in Momi Village.
Momi is 6 miles from Tavarua Island where he currently works (and learnt to surf at age 14). He has been a wildcard competitor in the Fiji ASP Mens world title event 3 times and was men’s Melanesian Cup champion in 2012.

JP getting some tube time.

John Philp

Vice President

Past President of the Fiji Surfing Assoc from 2005 – 2013.
Home break is in Suva. Businessman working in the fuel retail, and chandlery, yachting tourism, marina industry. Raced windsurfers and catamarans competitively for 18 years at national, regional and world championship level. Director of the Water Safety Council of FIji, and advocate for lifeguarding and drowning prevention in Fiji.

Ed and a very cheeky monkey

Ed Lovell


I began surfing at the age of 13 in Southern California.  Now at 66, I still enjoy a good session.   With an attitude of ‘surf for life’, my home break is the Lighthouse in Suva.  I was a founding member of the FSA in 1994 as we prepared for the South Pacific Games in Tahiti in 1995, and was fortunate enough to win a silver medal in the longboard.  I joined the Quiksilver Crossing as it passed through Fiji and again in French Polynesia.   I have three surfing daughters Carli, Budgie and Talei.

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