Johan De Goede wins the 2018 Tand Invitational

Johan De Goede has taken out the 2018 Digicape Tand Invitational. The legendary event got underway in pumping eight-to-ten-foot waves in Cape Town, South Africa.

One of the world's biggest and boldest bodyboarding competitions, saw some of the most talented local and international riders duke it out for the coveted title of Tand champion, and R18,000 in prize money.

Taking place at Tietiesbaai Rest Camp in Paternoster, the final saw "The Legends" and "The Young Guns" up against each other, but it was the more experienced team - "The Legends" - that came out victorious.

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High-action riverboarding in the heart of the Ottawa River

Welcome to Ottawa River, one of the most chaotic lineups on the planet.

Believe it or not, Canada has great waves. And some of them are waiting for you inland, where thunderous rapids meet wild rocky valleys.

When it comes to river surfing, Tom and Jon Paterson are always ready to introduce the provinces of Quebec and Ontario to the world.

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Sammy Morretino storms the 2018 Sandy Beach Challenge

Sammy Morretino claimed the men's and drop-knee divisions at the 2018 Sandy Beach Challenge, on the South Shore of Oahu, in Hawaii.

The young bodyboarder from Koloa won the most coveted trophies at the iconic shore break contest. Morretino, who is competing on the APB World Tour, won't forget this day.

"I'm stoked! The last time I won the men's pro division here was six years ago, in 2012 at the age of 15," said Morretino, who beat his opponents by narrow margins.

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Professional surfing is a highly competitive occupation. World title races are increasingly tight. And sometimes it all comes down to the wire.

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