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World Title Update…

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We’re coming into the business end of the ASP World Championship Tour, with only 3 events to go, the Rip Curl Pro Portugal, O’Neil Santa Cruz Pro and the legendary Billabong Pipeline Masters, the title race is shaping up for an exciting finish. Following his victory in the Quiksilver Pro…

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The Dilemma of Traveling with Surfboards

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A thirst for travel seems to go hand in hand with surfing; whether that’s simply driving up and down the coast exploring, or journeying down here to Costa Rica in search of your perfect wave. Unfortunately however, traveling with surfboards can be a cumbersome, expensive, and stressful process to the…

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A Question of Style…

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For a lot of people, style is the most important aspect of surfing. Up and till the early eighties and the invention of the thruster, style was thought of more highly than progressive maneuvers. Even though it is so subjective, it was still part of the official judging criteria. “For…

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How experimenting will make you surf better…

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 …”All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson So many people ride the same board day in day out. Whether that’s because it’s what the Pros are riding, because it looks cool under their arm (or in the car park) or maybe just…

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Why you should watch the Billabong Pro Tahiti.

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This week coming sees stop number 5 of the ASP World Championship Tour, the Billabong Pro Tahiti. One of the most anticipated contests of the year, it runs from August 16-27, at the heaving South Pacific reef pass of Teahupoo. This infamous event puts the world’s best surfers up against…

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Nike’s Surfing Swoosh

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Is Corporate America Stealing Surfing’s Soul? This week in Huntington Beach, California the Nike US Open of Surfing is taking place. Although as an ASP Prime Event (one tier under a World Title event) the points acquired by the surfers do not count directly towards a World Title, it does…

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