Museum of British Surfing: old classics included

It’s time to pack your surfboard and get on the road with the Museum of British Surfing!

From June 12th to September 19th, 2010 our exhibition ‘An art history of British surfing history’ will be at:
Woodhorn, Queen Elizabeth II Country Park, Ashington, Northumberland NE63 9YF. It’s a stunning venue on the north east coast of England.

Art and surfing have been linked for hundreds of years, and our latest exhibition looks at how these elements combined to glide into British consciousness over the past few centuries.

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Luis Vindas: on top of the table

The 10th annual Circuito Nacional de Surf DayStar 2009-2010 will come to a conclusion this weekend June 25, 26 and 27 at Playa Hermosa’s La Curva.

It will be a war zone for Jaco’s Luis Vindas and Jason Torres who will put everything they have into the water for the Open category National Title. Due to the fact that this 7th date of the Circuito carries 5 stars and with it awards 2,000 points to the winner of each category, the athletes of the championship intend for this appointment to be their fourth best win, a situation that puts anyone who wins in a good place in the final ranking. In the best case, it will reward the surfer with the #1 ranking and the National Championship win.

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Josh Constable: used to the victory mode

In the wake of Queensland’s State-Of-Origin triumph, our proud state’s sporting dominance looks set to continue in the surfing world as the region’s best longboarders are all set for an Australian Titles onslaught after champions were crowned during today’s Bradnam’s Windows & Doors Queensland Longboard Titles.

Now looking to better their 2009 record-breaking seven out of a possible 11 national titles, Queensland’s State Longboarding Team will be spearheaded by Josh Constable (Noosa, Qld) who today claimed the blue ribbon Open Men’s division, capping off a stellar weekend for the world-class Sunshine Coast surfer.

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