Randy Rarick: the real King of the Triple Crown

Randy Rarick, Larry Bertlemann, Mike Haley, John Van Hamersveld, Phyliss O'Donnell, and Vince Moorhouse will be inducted into the Surfing Walk of Fame, on the 31st July, 2014, at Huntington Beach.

The votes have been counted. The 100-year anniversary of surfing in Huntington Beach will write the name of six legendary surfers in the history books.

Bertlemann (Surf Champion), Rarick (Surf Pioneer), Van Hamersveld (Surf Culture), O'Donnell (Women of the Year), Haley (Local Hero) and Moorhouse (Honor Roll) will earn their immortal place in the pavement on the corner of PCH and Main Street, directly across from the famous pier in Surf City USA.

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Annaba: an Algerian surfing treasure

Algeria is the 85th member nation of the International Surfing Association (ISA).

The ISA is growing. With 13 member nations in Africa, the governing body for the sport of surfing keeps attracting enthusiasts to wave riding.

Algeria offers over 1,100 miles of stunning coastline, much of which is still un-explored by surfers. It is the largest country in Africa by area, and the largest country along the Mediterranean coast.

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Pico Alto: critical drops, heavy wipeouts

The Billabong Pico Alto 2014 is on green alert, and will be run on the 3rd July, in Peru.

The 2014/2015 ASP Big Wave World Tour (BWWT) will kick off with a 35-to-40-foot ocean swell hitting South America. It's time to paddle out.

"The system has intensified off of Antarctica and is heading towards South America with ideal conditions projected for Peru," says Peter Mel, ASP Big Wave Commissioner.

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