Betzy: congratulations, girl

The sun was high at Haleiwa, Hawaii, when the first ever World Miss Reef 2010 was finally crowned.


The Miss Reef contestants came from all over the globe, but there was only one beauty winner. A total of 11 girls joined the classic event in the incredible hot day.

Regional Miss Reef contest winners from the Netherlands, Indonesia, Barbados, Peru, Panama, Argentina and the U.S. awed the judges with a diverse range of exotic beauty, poise and charm.

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Al Hunt: not easy watching the others get the best waves

Al Hunt, the "eternal" tour manager of the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP), has finally reached a personal goal.

He is about to reach the 1000th IPS/ASP sanctioned event. The mark will be conquered after the Reef Hawaiian Pro and Cholos Women’s Pro, which means the O'Neill World Cup or the Gidget Pro.

The historic ASP Tour Manager has attended the following surfing events:

Junior: 39
Longboard: 68
Women WT: 154
Women Star: 156
Men WT: 141
Men Star: 354
Spec: 87

That's a total of999 surfing events.

SurferToday.com: One Ocean, Four Sports

A journey of passion and true love for the surfing life. This is what best describes the third anniversary of SurferToday.com. As many of you have noticed, SurferToday.com has been leading thousands of queries on surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing and bodyboarding, in the main internet search engines.

I've done it with a great enthusiasm and a lot of try/fail experiments. I've been surfing for 20 years and I thought it was great way to give back to the community the pleasure I've been having in wave sports.

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