Victor Ribas: surfing in the upper floor

Australia, Brazil and South Africa are tied in the first place of the Panama ISA World Masters Surfing Championship’s rankings. All their surfers are still alive in the competition that will crown the World Masters Champion this Saturday.

The fifth day of the event took place today in 5 to 7 foot faces. All the divisions went to the water both in the repercharge and winners bracket rounds. Out of the 107 surfers from 21 countries that started the event, 52 from 14 countries remain in the contest.

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Panama ISA World Masters Surfing Championship: yes, always pumping

It was an intense fourth day of competition at the Panama ISA World Masters Surfing Championship with only repercharge rounds taking place today, again in pretty big waves that reached the 8 to 10 foot faces mark.

There were 99 surfers at the beginning of the day, 70 remains now out of the 107 that initiated last Sunday. South Africa, Australia, Peru and Brazil are leading the ratings, with all their surfers still in contention for the title.

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Still Filthy: a must see

The California Surf Festival celebrates awareness and support for surf history preservation through the California Surf Museum, between the 19th and 22nd November.

It is an international event destination bringing people from all over the world to Oceanside, California, to experience surf culture through films, music, art, photography and interaction with those who embody the culture as well as highlight the surf community of California.

The California Surf Film Festival, produced as a benefit by the California Surf Museum (CSM) in Oceanside, will include exciting and groundbreaking new surf films with many of the filmmakers in attendance.

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