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US Open of Bodyboarding

The 2009 Sport Chalet US Open of Bodyboarding is just around the corner and it will be held between 23-25th May. This year Bodyboarding will host it’s own US open to crown it’s champion on the historical Huntington Beach Shores.

Wimpy/Rossi Pro

Durban local Mark Watts took top spot in the Pro division at the 10th Annual 4A rated Wimpy/Rossi Pro Am yesterday afternoon in an awesome display of high risk manoeuvres. A huge crowd gathered on the Beach as the sun rolled out perfectly from behind the dark clouds that drenched everyone earlier in the day, to watch the finals that got under way at 2:30pm.

Lucas Nogueira and Neymara Carvalho

Perfect conditions on Estaleirinhos Beach today. Good waves with 4-6 ft and no wind, the beach was crowded and the bodyboarders got a huge show to everybody here.

RNLI Perranporth

Stuart Flowerday, a volunteer RNLI lifeguard and member of Perranporth Surf Life Saving Club rescued a male bodyboarder caught in a rip current, which took him 50 metres off shore on Perranporth beach, on Sunday (19 April).

Rene Xavier

Today we had perfect conditions on Estaleirinhos Beach,, with no wind and 6-8 ft waves.

Mark McCarthy

With contestants on standby and indicators pointing to some quality conditions, the competitors for the 2009 Cave Rock Challenge were poised for an early start and arrived at Durban's Bluff to be greeted by 'just what the doctor ordered' - solid six foot, back breaking and firing Cave Rock beasts! The contest was ON!

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