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 Rip Curl Men's Pro Bells Beach: Finals Rip Curl Men's Pro Bells Beach: Finals
[Mick Fanning](@@athlete:554@@) (AUS) and [Adriano de Souza](@@athlete:13@@) (BRA) fight for the chance to ring the bell in the [Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach](@@event:1222@@) Final.
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 Entrepreneur and Big Wave Surfer - This and Nothing Else Entrepreneur and Big Wave Surfer - This and Nothing Else
Santa Cruz entrepreneur Tyler Fox dedicates his time to running his business, staying fit, and tracking red dots on the swell radar.
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 Big Wave Surfing famous surfer Laird Hamilton 80-100 Feet Big Wave Surfing famous surfer Laird Hamilton 80-100 Feet
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'Juno': A Short Surfing Film by Montauk's James Katsipis 'Juno': A Short Surfing Film by Montauk's James Katsipis
Montauk native James Katsipis is a photographer, videographer, and surfer. His company, Tauk is Cheap Productions, made the extremely cool (in every sense—brrr) video, "Juno," of surfers taking advantage of the big waves during the recent blizzard. BUT DO NOT Miss his other Production "Winter Solace"
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 Benjamin Sanchis & Marc Lacomare // Dirty Wax And Borrowed Boards Benjamin Sanchis & Marc Lacomare // Dirty Wax And Borrowed Boards
Every good surf trip typically faces some form of adversity. Take, for example, this trip that Benjamin Sanchis and Marc Lacomare took to Africa. They flew straight into a perfect combination of swell and weather, aaaand their boards decided not to show up.
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Down Days - Surf City & The Great Ocean Road Down Days - Surf City & The Great Ocean Road
Traveling offers different things to different people. To Vans Pro Surfers the Gudauskas brothers, travel has brought unlikely friends, fascinating stories and a unique knowledge of exotic places all over the planet. They are experts at devouring the road less traveled on a budget. Join Dane, Tanner and Patrick for a cinematic adventure that is both guide and journey, school and summer vacation. This is Down Days.
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Shaping Medina | Short Surfing Documentary Shaping Medina | Short Surfing Documentary
A short film about Brazilian surfer Gabriel Medina, shot during his 2014 ASP World Championship Tour campaign. Featuring interviews with two key people in his life - shaper John Cabianca and best friend Miguel Pupo - Shaping Medina looks at the themes and controversy that surround this young man on the verge of becoming Brazil's first world surfing champion.
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Outlook: Donavon Frankenreiter Outlook: Donavon Frankenreiter
Pat Parnell spends time with surfer and musician Donavon Frankenreiter and his family to experience the best adventures in Hawaii.
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If Everybody Had An Ocean, Could We Surf Our Way To Mental Health? If Everybody Had An Ocean, Could We Surf Our Way To Mental Health?
News by Anders Kelto
They're not just surfing for fun. Youngsters in Cape Town's Waves for Change are facing mental health problems. With the help of a surfing mentor and a counselor, they can learn how to cope.
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 Reef Hawaiian Pro 2014 Day 4 English Reef Hawaiian Pro 2014 Day 4 English
After three consecutive days of incredible waves and world-class action, the REEF Hawaiian Pro is being called the greatest ASP Qualifying Series Prime-rated event ever witnessed for the quality of waves and level of surfing.
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 Sainthood considered for 'Surfer Angel' Sainthood considered for 'Surfer Angel'
News by Pete Thomas
Brazil's Guido Schaffer, who died in a surfing accident just weeks before becoming a priest, was known for his work with the poor and homeless
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 Into the Sea | Surf Film | Official Trailer Into the Sea | Surf Film | Official Trailer
Into the Sea is a documentary about three young women who want to break down the cultural barriers by introducing surfing to their community!
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Iceland Surfing and Photography | Chris Burkard | Phase One Iceland Surfing and Photography | Chris Burkard | Phase One
Photographing surfing in Iceland.Photographer: Chris Burkard, burkardphoto.com Video: Dustin Wise, wisedustin.com Surfers: Nate Zoller, Raph Bruhwiler, roarkrevival.com
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 Cardboard Surfboard Ernest's Cardboard Chaos Cardboard Surfboard Ernest's Cardboard Chaos
This first episode we build a surfboard out of honeycomb paper with the help of legendary surf shaper Jeff Doc Lausch and Mike Martinez, Ernest’s creative director and design lab mad man.
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 Storm Surfers: The Surf Whisperer Storm Surfers: The Surf Whisperer
Meteorologist Ben Matson explains his process in forecasting the perfect big wave. He constantly watches the weather to chase storms to find the biggest waves in the world. He primarily searches for the key element, wind, to locate a big swirl.
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Surfers Not Street Children Surfers Not Street Children
Tom Hewitt is Crazy for Good. Born in England and born again in Durban, South Africa, for over 20 years he has taught street children to surf. He enables these children to change their lives and become respected members of their communities. It just takes one crazy idea to make a difference.
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A Behind The Scenes Exclusive From Surf Photographer Clark Little And The Inertia A Behind The Scenes Exclusive From Surf Photographer Clark Little And The Inertia
Earlier this year, The Inertia debuted their CREATORS series with a piece on Clark Little that gave the world insight into the life of one of the most renowned surf photographers there is. Check out this cutting room floor piece that gives a behind the scenes look at what Clark does, what he's thankful for, and what keeps him producing images at the top of his game.
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Life Rolls On inspires possibilities beyond paralysis Life Rolls On inspires possibilities beyond paralysis
Jesse Billauer is the Founder and Executive Director/CEO of the Life Rolls On Foundation which is dedicated to improving the quality of life for young people affected by spinal cord injury through action sports.
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Why Munich's city centre is a hot spot for surfers Why Munich's city centre is a hot spot for surfers
News by SSN Staff
A unique surfers haven location nestled in Munich, the Eisbach River is like no other. Downstream to the the lower tip of the cities expansive green space Englischer Garden, the river hosts an inner city wave that's open all hours.
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Dawn Patrol Morning Show, Quik Pro France Day 5 Dawn Patrol Morning Show, Quik Pro France Day 5
The ASP Desk recaps the fireworks on the last day of the Roxy Pro France, looks at a large swell approaching, and reviews the big matchups on deck for the Quiksilver Pro.
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Billionaire vs. surfers in fight over beach access Billionaire vs. surfers in fight over beach access
News by Andrew Blankstein
The beach is so central to California’s identity that the right of surfers and sun lovers to access the sand is guaranteed in the state Constitution. But now so many local landowners want to block public access to their chunks of the coveted coastline that there are several hundred alleged violations pending before state officials, including a highly charged case in which Vinod Khosla, a green energy billionaire with ties to President Obama, is fighting surfers over access to a beach south of San Francisco.
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 Get-N Classic Vol. 3 Get-N Classic Vol. 3
Vans embarks on an incredible journey of global surf exploration and progressive surfing in Get-N Classic, Vol. 3, starring a multi-talented cast of the world’s best surfers ever assembled under one banner.
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2014 Hurley Pro at Trestles - Round 1, Heat 10 2014 Hurley Pro at Trestles - Round 1, Heat 10
Aussies Owen Wright and Julian Wilson face off against Brazilian Alejo Muniz on the first day of the men's competition in San Clemente.
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 Hurley & Swatch Pro 2014 English Day 8 Hurley & Swatch Pro 2014 English Day 8
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 Dawn Patrol: Title Races Tighten, Big Waves Ahead Dawn Patrol: Title Races Tighten, Big Waves Ahead
The ASP morning crew recaps the Hurley Pro and Swatch Women's Pro so far, size up the World Tour Title Race, and share Surfline's latest forecast for big swell.
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 Hurley & Swatch Pro 2014 English Day 5 Hurley & Swatch Pro 2014 English Day 5
English Live Stream (Day 5)
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Seeking the Perfect Wave in Bali Seeking the Perfect Wave in Bali
Three decades ago Bali was thrust onto the main stage of tropical island destination travel by surfers seeking the year round “perfect wave”.
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5 Medical Applications of Surfing 5 Medical Applications of Surfing
News by Taylor Pitz Student/Surfer/The Inertia Editorial Intern
To many surfers, myself included, surfing is a cure-all. Be it a rough day at work, a long day of class or just day-to-day stress, there is no medicine quite like getting in the water for an hour or two. However, there are others out there for whom surfing provides actual medical treatment.
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 Dawn Patrol September 10, 2014 Dawn Patrol September 10, 2014
ASP Morning Show recap and analysis from Trestles
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 Isolated | New Guinea | Surf Film Official Trailer Isolated | New Guinea | Surf Film Official Trailer
A group of feral surfers and modern day explorers embark on a journey to search for one of the world’s last undiscovered waves in the journalist dead zone of New Guinea.
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 EXPOSURE: Surf Photographer Zak Noyle EXPOSURE: Surf Photographer Zak Noyle
An original Surf Channel production, "EXPOSURE" is an ongoing series featuring the world's most talented surf photographers. Episode one begins with the recent Red Bull Illume contest finalist, Hawaiian photographer Zak Noyle.
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 The Mel Family, Three Generations Of Santa Cruz Surf Stoke The Mel Family, Three Generations Of Santa Cruz Surf Stoke
Peter Mel is widely known as one of the best big wave surfers on the planet. What you may not know is that Peter comes from a strong lineage of Santa Cruz surfers and is proudly keeping the surf gene in the bloodline with his own son. -
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Brown Film Legacy continues Brown Film Legacy continues
Director Dana Brown visits his dad Bruce to discuss a family legacy of moviemaking; one that has profoundly affected action sports films with its honesty and heartfelt spirit...father to son and filmmaker to filmmaker -about their influences, challenges and achievements.
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 SURF BODYBOARD | ABOVE THE WEDGE | Aerial drone shots SURF BODYBOARD | ABOVE THE WEDGE | Aerial drone shots
The Wedge in action brought to you by Air Reel Productions. Drone aerial shots with new angles
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EXPOSURE: Surf Photographer Doug Falter EXPOSURE: Surf Photographer Doug Falter
“Exposure” is an ongoing series featuring the world’s most talented surf photographers. Episode 3 highlights North Shore surf photographer, Doug Falter.
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The Eagle Has Landed The Eagle Has Landed
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 The Kids Are Ripping In West Papua The Kids Are Ripping In West Papua
Here's an exclusive scene from one of the heaviest surf films of the year, Isolated. This documentary follows a group of feral surfers as they try to navigate the moral and political complexities of West Papua as they search for good waves and dodge civil unrest.
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Storm Surfers: How to Paddle Into a Big Wave Storm Surfers: How to Paddle Into a Big Wave
Paddling in to a wave is the ultimate challenge for a surfer. Tom Carroll explains the way to prepare yourself and how to paddle in, in order to be able to properly surf wave.
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Surfing a Forbidden Peninsula in Russia Surfing a Forbidden Peninsula in Russia
A new surfing documentary where surfer writer Ben Weiland and photographer Chris Burkard traveled with friends to Russia's forbidden peninsula, Kamchatka.
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BIG NAMES AND FUTURE STARS LIGHT UP EUROPE'S SURFING EPICENTER BIG NAMES AND FUTURE STARS LIGHT UP EUROPE'S SURFING EPICENTER
News by Press Release
Surfers in both the 6-Star and Pro Junior competitions of the Swatch Girls Pro France made the most of a dwindling swell today, with the sports biggest names and future stars putting on a show for the huge crowds.
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 Reef McIntosh's Mistress Reef McIntosh's Mistress
Reef McIntosh has a mistress. She’s powerful, demanding and all consuming for him each winter in Hawaii – her name is Pipeline. We join Reef for a chat in his frontyard at Pipe last Christmas to learn more about how she keeps him entranced.
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A small surfer makes big waves A small surfer makes big waves
News by ABC Open on Vimeo
At six, Quincy Symonds is already tipped as a future Layne Beachley or Stephanie Gilmore. They call her The Flying Squirrel. She may well be the best six-year-old surfer and skater on the planet. Prepare to be gobsmacked.
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 Sooruz Lacanau Pro 2014 Sooruz Lacanau Pro 2014
News by Press Release
The fourth day of competition in Lacanau didn’t disappoint, with excellent surfingin waves of three-to-four feet. The ASP 5-Star Soöruz Lacanau Pro ran through eight heats deciding the 16 surfers who still have a shot at the prestigious Lacanau trophy.
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Tips to Improve your surfing Tips to Improve your surfing
Have you been surfing over ten years now and you still suck?
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How Lance Knight Became a Surf Pioneer How Lance Knight Became a Surf Pioneer
Australian surfer Lance Knight, who skippered a barge between Yamba in northern NSW and Lord Howe Island a few hundred nautical miles offshore, wanted more than the usual pitstops, however. He wanted to be a surf pioneer.
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Misfits of Bull Bay Misfits of Bull Bay
Along Jamaica’s impoverished southern coast, Billy “Mystic” Wilmot and his sons have built an unlikely surf community and pioneered many of the island’s best waves.
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Surfing Perfection - Samoa Surfing Perfection - Samoa
Samoa is often called the 'Heart of Polynesia' ... whether you want to kick back and relax, take the kids on holiday, or surf to until your hearts content, Samoa may be the place for you...!!
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 Attempting Dangerous Surf Photography Attempting Dangerous Surf Photography
News by Press Release
The idea was brilliant. Send two surfers – one of the world’s best in big waves, and one of the world’s best all-around – for a massive swell at an incredibly dangerous surf spot, get them to catch the same wave, shoot a photo and you’re done. Just like that, you’ve got the most interesting -- and coincidentally, the most dangerous -- surf image ever taken.
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A Look at the Life of Surf Photographer Chris Burkard A Look at the Life of Surf Photographer Chris Burkard
Burkard’s images are punctuated by energized landscapes and moments of bliss. He answers some of our questions and shares a video interview.
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Advanced Paddling Techniques - Catch More Waves Advanced Paddling Techniques - Catch More Waves
Catching waves is all about timing. If you are on a reef, it is much easier. The wave breaks in the same place and most of the time, it breaks the same way. Catching a wave on sand bar beaches can be more challenging.
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9 Tips for Riding Barrels 9 Tips for Riding Barrels
Want the keys to making it outta tunnels? Step inside for tube-riding enlightenment.
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Visit Coolangatta, Australia for some epic Breaks Visit Coolangatta, Australia for some epic Breaks
Five thousand. That's the population of Coolangatta, Australia. Yet someway, somehow, this tiny town has produced more surfing world champions than anywhere else in the world.
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Interview with Rad Cars Kevin Butler Interview with Rad Cars Kevin Butler
Kevin’s Rad Cars illustrations harken back to his Californian childhood of sun-drenched days at San O Beach, fixing old cars with his dad and working at the surfboard factory
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The Ocean prolonging the life of Cystic Fibrosis patients The Ocean prolonging the life of Cystic Fibrosis patients
To some people, surfing is a way of life. From birth, they are taught that the ocean is a resource, a place of healing, and something you never turn your back on.To cystic fibrosis patients, the ocean is something entirely different, it is a way to prolong their lives.
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Senior Surfer Magoo Senior Surfer Magoo
What's It Like To Be An 85-Year-Old Surfer?
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Surfing Mullaghmore  - IRELAND Surfing Mullaghmore - IRELAND
Mullaghmore, Ireland’s premier big wave surfing spot is a small fishing village and popular tourist destination located between Cliffoney and Grange in County Sligo.
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Life of Bingin Local, Mega Semadhi Life of Bingin Local, Mega Semadhi
News by Peter and Linn
On Sri Lanka we heard about an incredible Indonesian surfer from a fellow traveller. Rumors said he was a priest and connected with god threw the sea.. Also he was probably Indonesia’s best surfer. He described him surfing and getting speed faster than anyone else and when in the tube he stood in a praying position.
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Dispatches: Mark Cunningham and the Defend Oahu Coalition Dispatches: Mark Cunningham and the Defend Oahu Coalition
The Defend Oahu Coalition is a diverse group of community residents, environmentalists, activists and religious leaders, all working together toward one immediate goal: protecting communities on Oahu from the dangerous effects of large scale development. VIDEO
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 Black Sea Factory - Drink the Sea Black Sea Factory - Drink the Sea
Most riders of the world are those that appear in this video, enjoying the power of the ocean in remote parts of Australia, Ireland and feared cold, warm and quiet Canary Islands, and also the fickle but familiar Spanish north coast
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Billabong Surfers Helping Surfers Billabong Surfers Helping Surfers
In an effort to "share the feeling" and assist local surfing outreach programs in underprivileged areas, Billabong South Africa have launched the Surfers Helping Surfers initiative that encourages all surfers to donate their old wetsuits and in exchange, qualify for a discount on a new Billabong suit.
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Macaronis Resort - The Premiere Family Surf Resort in the Mentawai Islands, Indonesia Macaronis Resort - The Premiere Family Surf Resort in the Mentawai Islands, Indonesia
Aepic week of all time Mentawai Islands surf here at Macaronis Resort in the Southern Mentawai Islands, Indonesia.
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Fanning vs Muniz at J-Bay Fanning vs Muniz at J-Bay
The veteran Aussie goes head to head against the young Brazilian in the final heat of the 2014 J-Bay Open Quarterfinals.
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 Wright and Medina Play for a Spot in the Semis Wright and Medina Play for a Spot in the Semis
Owen Wright takes on World No. 1 Gabriel Medina in the Quarterfinals
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Storm Surfers: How to Get a Big Wave Storm Surfers: How to Get a Big Wave
Ross Clarke-Jones explains why the hardest part of riding a giant wave is actually getting there.
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ASP J-Bay Open: Waves for Water ASP J-Bay Open: Waves for Water
Jack Rose from Waves for Water and the ASP take on clean water in South Africa.
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 TAHITI - Gnarly Bodyboard sessions and Q & A Reece Wartenberg TAHITI - Gnarly Bodyboard sessions and Q & A Reece Wartenberg
Watch these Gnarly Bodyboard sessions in Tahiti
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Close look at  NYC's surf culture Close look at NYC's surf culture
News by Samari
Last year, I paid a visit to Brooklyn, New York, shortly after hurricane Sandy destroyed Rockaway Beach, a popular surf spot in the neighboring borough of Queens. Besides eating the best pizza ever, I found myself welcomed into a tight-knit community of New York City surfers.
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Surfing Tip, How to Stand Up on a Surfboard Surfing Tip, How to Stand Up on a Surfboard
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Surfers Chasing the Swells around the World Surfers Chasing the Swells around the World
News by Rob - Around the World in Eighty Waves
For Carlos Burle, Rob and other professional surfers the challenge is being in a perpetual state of readiness, slaves to the swell. Watch this awesome packed with some hairy falls
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Isle Crew Chases Hurricane Arthur East to the Big Apple on Independence Day Isle Crew Chases Hurricane Arthur East to the Big Apple on Independence Day
News by Marc Miller Blog
With a small swell forecast for Southern California combined with a dash of foggy notion a few of the crew chose to head east for Independence Day this year. Hurricane Arthur was just starting to present himself to potentially deliver some epic surf to the New York area so I packed up some shred gear along with two Isle Inflatable’s and headed to the big Apple.
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Surfing Nambia's Epic Waves Surfing Nambia's Epic Waves
Epic surf videos from Namibi that make many rippers search for some of the long lefts. Get all the info you need to get there
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Hot Tips to Surf San Diego Hot Tips to Surf San Diego
Even when surfers aren't out surfing, they're usually thinking about surf. This obsession has influenced the entire San Diego beach culture and even residents who don't surf, embrace its important role in shaping our local identity.
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Top Surfing  images from a year in Tahiti - SLIDE SHOW Top Surfing images from a year in Tahiti - SLIDE SHOW
Photographer Ben Thouard's amazing look back at his favorite images from a year in Tahiti
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City Surfing in Munich City Surfing in Munich
A unique surfers haven location nestled in Munich, the Eisbach River is like no other. Downstream to the the lower tip of the cities expansive green space Englischer Garden, the river hosts an inner city wave that's open all hours.
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 Life Rolls On Foundation Life Rolls On Foundation
Jesse Billauer is the Founder and Executive Director/CEO of the Life Rolls On Foundation which is dedicated to improving the quality of life for young people affected by spinal cord injury through action sports.
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Surfers Talk Nutrition Surfers Talk Nutrition
Surfing and nutrition go hand in hand. Knowing how to fuel your body properly can help you drastically improve your performance in the water.
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 A Tribute To Al Byrne - Last Paradise A Tribute To Al Byrne - Last Paradise
“LAST PARADISE” – Launching the film of a lifetime…literally!
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7 Stupid Surfing Inventions 7 Stupid Surfing Inventions
There’s a fine line between genius and stupidity …
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Tourists of The Sea - Episode Two - Punta San Carlos - Surgical Strike - Kevin Pritchard + Graham Ezzy Tourists of The Sea - Episode Two - Punta San Carlos - Surgical Strike - Kevin Pritchard + Graham Ezzy
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Top 10 San Diego Surf Spots Top 10 San Diego Surf Spots
Surfin' San Diego To be honest, we aren't giving away any hidden coves or secret breaks. These are the surf spots everybody knows if they surf in San Diego County. With the summer swell season approaching, here's a surfer's top 10.
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2014 Summer Bucket List 2014 Summer Bucket List
You've waited for summer, you've counted down the days and now it's here—it's finally here! It's time to #YOLO with your besties and finally let loose and be fancy-free.
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Join Maya in Helping the Oceans Catch a Break Join Maya in Helping the Oceans Catch a Break
An extended look at what motivates champion big wave surfer Maya Gabeira to help Oceana protect the oceans.
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Surfing Chicamera Peru with the friendiest locals Surfing Chicamera Peru with the friendiest locals
Everyone’s surfed with enough unsavory characters to know the value of some positive lineup mates. Apparently, Chicameros – locals at Peru’s famed wave of Chicama – could be the world’s friendliest.
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Monthly Grind - Wipeouts Monthly Grind - Wipeouts
Awesome footage of some epic wipeouts
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 Behind the Sections: The Journey of Se7en Signs Behind the Sections: The Journey of Se7en Signs
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Surfer Dogs Catch Waves in Huntington Beach Surfer Dogs Catch Waves in Huntington Beach
Surf Dogs Ride Waves at the 2014 Purina Dog Challenge in Huntington Beach aka "Surf City" California. See more surfing dogs catching waves and "hanging 10"
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Surfing New Zealand Surfing New Zealand
With an astonishing 15,000 kilometres of coastline featuring a variety of breaks, waves, points and reefs, it’s no wonder New Zealand is a world-class surfing destination. Plus New Surf Film From New Zealand
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 The Plonka Project - Kevin Olsen The Plonka Project - Kevin Olsen
Kevin Olsen is the founder of OG-Atelier and the principle shaper of The Original Plonka (TM) who is South African born and a former pro surfer on the ASP tour. He now resides in France and shapes full time in Capbreton under the label Kevin Olsen Shapes.
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 The Cradle of Storms - Extended Trailer The Cradle of Storms - Extended Trailer
They braved heavy weather, flew on rickety prop planes, and ate seal meat en route to discovering one of the best cold-water slabs in the world.
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Surfers Not Street Children Surfers Not Street Children
Tom Hewitt is Crazy for Good. Born in England and born again in Durban, South Africa, for over 20 years he has taught street children to surf. He enables these children to change their lives and become respected members of their communities. It just takes one crazy idea to make a difference.
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The Land Of - Chapter Two The Land Of - Chapter Two
The Land Of is an entirely independent production that follows a group of surfers on a journey through Thailand as they gain new perspectives on travel that extend far beyond simply riding waves.
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Beyond Sight | Official Surfing Trailer Beyond Sight | Official Surfing Trailer
A film about a blind boy with a big dream to accomplish the unthinkable : To surf the biggest wave in the world.
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 This Is one of the most Amazing Waves in the World - Chicama, Peru This Is one of the most Amazing Waves in the World - Chicama, Peru
Chicama, located in Puerto Malabrigo in the central coast of Peru, is known to be the longest surfeable wave on Earth.
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Subzero Surfing in Nova Scotia - Subzero Surfing in Nova Scotia -
Sally accepts an invitation to go to one of the more unique locations in the world to find surf and hone her skills -- Nova Scotia, Canada
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CORONA EXTRA PRESENTS SOMEPLACE ELSE CORONA EXTRA PRESENTS SOMEPLACE ELSE
Someplace Else is a collective of free wheelin' fun lovin' and talented individuals - surfers Ozzie Wright and Dylan Graves, musician Hanni El Khatib, skateboarder Andrew Brophy and artists Jeff Canham and Rose Ashton -- pulled together by Corona Extra for a bus trip down the forgotten back roads of the Mexican coast.
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Surfing is Everything from Rip Curl - VIDEO Surfing is Everything from Rip Curl - VIDEO
Rip Curl Wetsuit
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Montauk Boardriders Gets Kids Surfing After School Montauk Boardriders Gets Kids Surfing After School
News by Elizabeth Fasolino from the East Hampton Patch
Since the coldest days of April, a group of wet suit-clad East End school kids (Hamptons, New York) has been turning up at a local beach break, hitting the waves, and learning to surf.
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The Roxy Pro France - Sally Stories Season The Roxy Pro France - Sally Stories Season
As the old saying goes, the third time's a charm. But will this hold true as Sally embarks on the European leg of the WCT?
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8 Best Surf Towns 8 Best Surf Towns
Surf’s up, America! The season for breaking out your waxed boards is upon us. Surfing, an iconic American pastime, boasts a like-minded community in coastal towns across the country. Thanks to the fact surfing can’t be enjoyed just anywhere (it all depends on dynamic surf spots), certain towns are known better than others for fostering the lifestyle
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KELLY SLATER LIFESTYLE KELLY SLATER LIFESTYLE
Lifestyle with Kelly Slater last year in Tahiti and Hawaii,
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Beach Town Life, Surfing and Fishing in Tamarindo, Costa Rica Beach Town Life, Surfing and Fishing in Tamarindo, Costa Rica
News by Jason Holland
Moving from New York City to a small town in the U.S. is quite a culture shock on its own. But Rick Macsherry, 60, and Christina Spilsbury, 58, did one better. In 1989, they moved to a small fishing village on Costa Rica‘s northern Pacific coast.
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Shapers Series: Jim Phillips by Anastasia Petukhova Shapers Series: Jim Phillips by Anastasia Petukhova
The first time I saw that warehouse I felt like I just entered Disneyland. The place was magic. There were blanks all over the place, wooden, foam, and some really old ones that looked like they’ve been there forever.
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Punta de Lobos, Chile, 4/24/14 - Los Lobos is for experienced surfers. VIDEO Punta de Lobos, Chile, 4/24/14 - Los Lobos is for experienced surfers. VIDEO
Get to know this little town with big wave attitude
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 Surfline's Six Weeks on the North Shore Movie Surfline's Six Weeks on the North Shore Movie
It's the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. And for at least six weeks every winter, there's no place like it on Earth.
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Best Surfing and Spearfishing Best Surfing and Spearfishing
News by Videos by Alejandro Monllor and Matt Davidson
Starting the year with a good spearfishing sesh and surf in crystal waters. What other way to start the year?? Enjoy...
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Top 10 Surfing Spots Indonesia Top 10 Surfing Spots Indonesia
Marlon Gerber fosters his protégé nephew Varun Tanjung in the ways of Indonesian surfing. Varun has a choice, just as Marlon did.
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Voyage 2014 | Beginnings Voyage 2014 | Beginnings
My name is Ryan Lovelace and this'd be one my blogs, created and maintained for the purpose of sharing my work in Surfcraft.
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 Bobby Lane: The Roundhouse Cutback Bobby Lane: The Roundhouse Cutback
Rehabilitation of wounded soldiers often includes physical training, psychological therapy, medication and more—but it isn't always enough.
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Surfing Wipeout Surfing Wipeout
News by Travel Bloggers
And Down the wave we go.....
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Epic Surf Trip in Costa Rica Epic Surf Trip in Costa Rica
For the boys headed to Costa Rica....You know who you are!. Be safe and have fun! GN BA...
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Starting Over at 35 in Costa Rica Starting Over at 35 in Costa Rica
News by Brett Schroeder
Brett's living the dream running his surf school and his friends share their video why they love living in Costa Rica. Start Planning your next dream.
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Kelly Slater and a shark....Watch and you be the judge. Kelly Slater and a shark....Watch and you be the judge.
News by Pete Thomas
Sharks a hot topic in the region because of a fairly recent spate of fatal attacks on surfers and swimmers, which led to a controversial government-sponsored ongoing shark cull.
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From Top to Bottom - The 10 Best Surfing Spots in Africa From Top to Bottom - The 10 Best Surfing Spots in Africa
Africa's 10 Best Surf Spots scattered across the continent from Morocco and Senegal in the north to South Africa and Mozambique in the south, as well as some secret spots in Southern and West Africa.
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Hobart Hobart "Hobie" Alter - a pioneer in Surfing and Sailing 1933- 2014
News by Press Release Hobie Cat
Hobart “Hobie” Alter, who started out shaping surfboards, and ended up shaping a culture, passed away peacefully at his Palm Desert surrounded by his loving family.
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Big Monday Big Monday
A giant swell hits the Portuguese coast, causing indescribable waves due to their strength and size!
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On a Budget for your next SUP or Surfing Vacation On a Budget for your next SUP or Surfing Vacation
Check out these ten destinations that will not break the bank
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Photo Montage - Breaking Waves Photo Montage - Breaking Waves
News by Photographer Gabriel Harding
It’s Spring time in the Dominican Republic and that means BIG waves!
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Bethany Hamilton was on fire at the Surf n Sea Pipeline Women's Pro Bethany Hamilton was on fire at the Surf n Sea Pipeline Women's Pro
News by Press Release
First Win in Ten Years - VIDEOS
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The In's and Out's of Paddling or Surfing with your Pooch The In's and Out's of Paddling or Surfing with your Pooch
News by SSN Staff
If you have spent any time researching or participating in stand up paddle boarding you have probably seen somebody paddling with their dog on the board. This is actually pretty common and easy to do. PLUS Video's of the first Surfing Dogs
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Surf Sauna....Yaaaaa Baby! Surf Sauna....Yaaaaa Baby!
News by SSN Staff
After a long day at the beach catching winter waves, there’s nothing quite like a good warm-up in a sauna. This portable, propane-heated sauna on wheels is perfect for relaxing your muscles and mind after any cold-weather activity.
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In the gym with big-wave surfer Ian Walsh In the gym with big-wave surfer Ian Walsh
This strict training regimen and diet helps the pro surfer keep top form
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VIDEO - Surfing For Change: Pro Surfers vs GMOs VIDEO - Surfing For Change: Pro Surfers vs GMOs
Pro surfer and activist, Kyle Thiermann, takes a trip to the north shore of Oahu to find out how GMOs are impacting the land and the people on the Hawaiian Islands -- and what it means for the rest of us.
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Who are the greatest surf explorers of all time? Who are the greatest surf explorers of all time?
News by SSN Staff
8 men who made the surfing world a whole lot bigger
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The perks and pitfalls of being New York's best surfer The perks and pitfalls of being New York's best surfer
News by Guest Contributor Chris Mauro
Balaram, or 'The Surf Prince of Long Beach,' as he's been called, is a native Point Lookout, New York professional surfer. He is widely acclaimed to be the best surfer to ever come out of the New York area, and is one of the sport's most creative aerialist.
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Anastasia Ashley Anastasia Ashley
Anastasia Ashley is quickly becoming one of the most famous female surfers on the planet.
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 Surfline's Six Weeks on the North Shore Movie Surfline's Six Weeks on the North Shore Movie
News by Press Release
It is a pilgrimage like no other, offering equal parts gore and glory. An island that's as hostile as it is holy. A beachfront where the potential is envisioned, the consequences are real, and the bravest, most bewildering acts on boards of all shapes and sizes manifest in the most pressurized environment imaginable. It's the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. And for at least six weeks every winter, there's no place like it on Earth.
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 Lighting it up in Puerto Rico Lighting it up in Puerto Rico
Surfing is a big draw in Rincon, where waves top out at 25 or 30 feet high.
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Florida teen fighting brain cancer has Make-a-Wish dream fulfilled with help of surfing dog  Florida teen fighting brain cancer has Make-a-Wish dream fulfilled with help of surfing dog
News by SSN Staff
The heartwarming moment 15-year-old Caleb Acosta ditched his wheelchair and climbed on the front of a salt-loving therapy dog's board was filmed at California's Del Mar Beach. Caleb, who is unable to walk, was wheeled out into the waves with Ricochet wagging her tail at his side. SSN Thanks Make-a-Wish for their great work and wish our best to Caleb.
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Risking it All to Sail Around the World Risking it All to Sail Around the World
Committing to the unknown taught us the importance of being humble and gave us the courage to fuel our passion to live life to the fullest. We are two small town firefighters who left everything behind to take an epic journey and follow our wildest dreams.
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Hurley Australian Open of Surfing Hurley Australian Open of Surfing
News by Press Release
Rain brings better waves to end competition on high note
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Meet Kama the surfing pig! He even has sponsorship deals, an Instagram account and can handle serious wipe-outs  Meet Kama the surfing pig! He even has sponsorship deals, an Instagram account and can handle serious wipe-outs
Kai Holt found the abandoned piglet at Bellows Beach, Hawaii a few months ago
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 Bodyboard Tahiti RDMBProd - Tahitian Bodyboarders Bodyboard Tahiti RDMBProd - Tahitian Bodyboarders
With all the COLD winter Olympics thought we needed a little of this.
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 A Breath of Life A Breath of Life
News by SSN Staff
To some people, surfing is a way of life. From birth, they are taught that the ocean is a resource, a place of healing, and something you never turn your back on.To cystic fibrosis patients, the ocean is something entirely different, it is a way to prolong their lives.
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California Mavericks competition: Surf's up for big wave junkies California Mavericks competition: Surf's up for big wave junkies
The world's best surfers are headed to Half Moon Bay, Calif., to compete in the Mavericks Invitational, one of surfing's legendary events. Organizers are hoping for record-breaking waves.
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Surfing For Change: Indonesia Trash Tubes Surfing For Change: Indonesia Trash Tubes
Bali is a little island with a big problem - it's drowning in trash.
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Surf's Up -- in Canada! Small New Brunswick Town Becomes International Surfing Hotspot Surf's Up -- in Canada! Small New Brunswick Town Becomes International Surfing Hotspot
News by Guest DAVID WRIGHT
A pair of surfer dudes from the land of Endless Summer recently conquered an epic wave in the land of Endless Winter, helping to turn a small Canadian city into a new surfing hotspot.
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‘Shark’ that photobombed two children playing in the surf probably was a dolphin ‘Shark’ that photobombed two children playing in the surf probably was a dolphin
Experts who examined the viral image, captured in California, say the shape of the tail fin strongly suggests that the critter was a bottlenose dolphin
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Artist and surfer Kevin Butler started the project on a whim Artist and surfer Kevin Butler started the project on a whim
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Surfing's 5 most fiercely protected local breaks Surfing's 5 most fiercely protected local breaks
Make a wrong move at one of these spots, and you can expect a (well-deserved?) beating
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Shane Dorian is your neighborly bow-hunting, big-wave surfer Shane Dorian is your neighborly bow-hunting, big-wave surfer
The fearless Hawaiian waterman talks about his passion for sustainable hunting, and how he honors the animals he pursues
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Derek Dunfee talks surfing movie 'Twig: A Calculated Madness' Derek Dunfee talks surfing movie 'Twig: A Calculated Madness'
Filmmaker and pro surfer Dunfee sheds light on his Grant ‘Twiggy’ Baker film
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How I got the shot: Dane Gudauskas surfs Norway's frozen waters How I got the shot: Dane Gudauskas surfs Norway's frozen waters
Photographer Chris Burkard reveals his formula for a location-based surf shot
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California Love California Love
I know this European surfer who wanted to take a trip in January. He didn’t care if it was a warm or cool water destination, he just wanted to get away from home, surf, and have fun. He had already been to the Caribbean and Morocco, and was looking for somewhere new.
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Satellite Sports Network Surfing Pick for this Winter and Spring Satellite Sports Network Surfing Pick for this Winter and Spring
Strung along both sides of the islands from Tahiti and Moorea up to the Tuamotus are other, less visible pleasures, enough to suit almost any surfing taste - Beautiful Photography and WATCH "Code Red" Full Movie - Surfing Goes Huge At Teahupoo Tahiti
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Surfers pump summer lifeblood into the Jersey Shore and Long Island Surfers pump summer lifeblood into the Jersey Shore and Long Island
News by POST-SANDY UPDATE: VOICE THROUGH MUSCLE
From drawing tourists inside to chasing dollars outside, surfers pump summer lifeblood into the Jersey Shore and Long Island
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Portuguese surfers find and restore historical footage Portuguese surfers find and restore historical footage
A Portuguese company has recovered thousands of old video tapes featuring surfers and surfing of the early 1990s.
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Think Blue Think Blue
News by Press Release
Surfrider Foundation Partners With Volkswagen Of America, Inc. For Think Blue Campaign -Surfrider Foundation and Volkswagen Encourage People To Think Blue; Promote Clean Water
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"Uncharted Waters" is the personal history of Wayne Lynch
News by CRAIG GRIFFIN
TRAILOR - Wayne Lynch is everything he wanted to be. His unique approach to surfing has made his life turbulent and often conflicted yet, never useless. In many moments, only Wayne understood his own life.
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Wave Rider
News by By Jonathan Foust
Learn to surf your emotional seas and you'll never be thrown off balance.
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SATELLITE SPORTS NETWORK LOOKS EAST: WILL CHINA BECOME SURFINGS'S NEXT FRONTEIR? SATELLITE SPORTS NETWORK LOOKS EAST: WILL CHINA BECOME SURFINGS'S NEXT FRONTEIR?
News by BY JOHN DALY
An emerging surf industry without any surfer.
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Great Rides of Tom Servais Great Rides of Tom Servais
Showcases the greatest rides of surfing super star Tom Servais.
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