Shark Island Challenge: you're never unprotected here

Now in its 14th year, the Fluidzone Shark Island Challenge is a one day invitational event held at Shark Island, an exposed rocky outcrop located one hundred metres off the coast of Cronulla, New South Wales.

Shark Island is infamous amongst the surfing community as one of the most dangerous waves in the world. The Fluidzone Shark Island Challenge will provide spectators with incredible visuals as the riders negotiate a sharp, shallow reef that regularly breaks bones and bodies. The event has a one-month waiting period to select the most optimum conditions, and will be held on the best day of waves between June 14th and July 14th.

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El Gringo: extreme wave

This natural beauty is now on the top 3 of the most spectacular waves in the world, reaching 16 feet breaking in 2 feet of water, directly on sharp rocks.

Silent for years, it has been highlighted in 2004 by the International Bodyboard Association as a first rank stage of the world championship.

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Guilherme Tamega: heading to Huntington Beach Pier

The 2010 Sport Chalet US Open will be held at the historical Huntington Beach Pier, between 4th and 6th June. Riders from all over the country and Globe will be touching down in HB for the largest gathering of professional Bodyboarders in the past decade.


Names such as Guilherme Tamega, Mike Stewart and Current World Champ Jeff Hubbard all will be in attendance along with a huge turn out of Mainland and Hawaiian Pros. The event will be held in conjunction with the AVP (Association of Volley Ball Professionals) HB Venue located at the South End of the pier.

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