Laird Hamilton and Gabby Reece: the proof of the tragedy

Laird Hamilton and wife Gabrielle Reece have visited the Gulf area affected by the BP oil spill.

The waterman was granted permission to fly over the disaster and to get in touch with the infected waters.

Hamilton and Reece had the opportunity to understand the dimension of the tragedy with the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) staff members.

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Bahoruco 2010: clean water carving

The “Bahoruco 2010 Southwest Surfing Championship” held by the Dominican Surfing Federation (FEDOSURF) in Bahoruco beach in the province of Barahona, Dominican Republic on June 19-20, 2010 resulted in a resounding success. The event was held on the occasion of the International Surfing Day and qualified as the third competition in the 2010 National ranking.

The competition brought together a large number of athlete surfers and bodyboarders, with representatives from almost the entire North Coast and South of the Island, mobilized by free bus transportation for the competitors, provided by the Dominican Olympic Committee.

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Evan Geiselman: white water tricks

The 2010 Surfing America USA Championships came to a dramatic close today in firing surf at Lower Trestles in San Clemente, CA.
From the youngest groms to seasoned juniors performance levels were at an all time high. The future of surfing is secure in the hands of promising young surfers like Jake Marshall, Boys U12 Champ, Ian Gentil, Boys U14 Champ, Mahina Maeda, Girls U12 Champ, Tatiana Weston-Webb, Girls U14 and U146 Champ, who all put on stellar performances today.

Champions were crowned today in a total of nine shortboard divisions. The Boys U16 and U18 as well as the Girls U18 heats had been particularly competitive all week long with former and reigning Champions looking to reclaim the glory among fresh talent striving to stake a claim of their own.

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